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Manny Pacquiao’s victory was beyond commendable.
I’ve always known he would win the bout. His recently concluded fight with Cotto proved that he really deserved the title as the world’s pound for pound king.

Watching him throw punches at Cotto made me cheer in delight. It’s not that I’m a violent person. I just feel like I’ve learned to love Manny the way I love my own
Okay, that was exaggerated. But I felt like he was something more than just a boxing icon. He’s a symbol of unity, a messenger of peace.

Whenever he has a fight, every Filipino stops to watch him defeat the opponent. He was like a man working miracles all the time. He was one of the few persons who was able to bring unity among us. (Applause)

I’m not his no. 1 fan, by the way. Just someone who acknowledges his efforts in making the country proud and making all of us victors in his own way.

By Proudtobeme



pacquiao-vs-cotto-posterI adore Filipinos who take pride in bringing recognition to the country. There are lots of them. But the most remarkable of which, I believe is Manny Pacquiao. Being at the cover of both Reader’s Digest and Times magazine is a wonderful accomplishment.

So as I wait for tomorrow’s big event, I feel one with every Filipino who prays for his victory. Not only will it make him the greatest boxer of his time, it will also bring a much needed recognition to the country.

I must say he suck at being an actor, but excel a great deal in his craft, which is of course, boxing. He actually is Lebron James in basketball. Too impossible to be stopped.

Tomorrow, I will be sitting in the couch, watching him throw dynamic punches over Cotto’s face. Then he’ll be sorry for his arrogance (haha). And for us, hopefully, we’ll be cheering and celebrating another Pacquiao magic. Cheers!

By guy#16