Pacquiao, were gentleman

October 9, 2007 3:40am CST
In the boxing world, who havent heard of the Philippine puncher- "the pacman" Manny Pacquiao? From the very young ages ranging 7-up, if asked whose the greatest boxer, they will answer you with PACMAN.- I think manny have the glory and fame now. I hope he keep his feet on the ground. In the rubbermatch between the two respected boxers in the world, in their first round of boxing, the two didnt take the damage first but as what I saw, they both are studying each one's weaknesses and new tactics. Last Sunday, was not as exciting as last time with morales because we all know that barrera can not match pacquiao's resistance. jogging cebu's terrain and mountains made him that good. A good friend of mine told me once that whenever pacquiao's having a fight, corruption halts. I dont know if its true. I asked,: Why? he answered, all the corrupt personalities in the philippines have their corrupt doings in the other side of the country because they also are in the arean. And some of the personalities he(my friend) mentioned are there. On the lighter side, pacquiao showed no eagerness to win, but showed heart, respect and his gentleman aura he's been showing inside the ring and in TV. If he was too eager to finish barrera, in the 6th round, he must have been downed barrera.
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