It's a sad day for the country, pacquiao, beaten by marquez

Philippines
December 9, 2012 2:25am CST
whether you like pacquiao or not, I'm sure you felt bad that he lost.
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@Aja103654 (5658)
• Philippines
9 Dec 12
He had such a straight win record that having lost twice after that is disappointing. I can never blame anyone for his loss. The thing that concerns me more is his health and his life after the battle. I think he should be retiring and focusing on his family life. He's also a politician and it's tough being one and at the same time a boxer. That's quite a challenging life Manny is living.
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@cobalt20 (1321)
• Philippines
9 Dec 12
He is still have the money and a star even he lost twice. He earns his money from politics, singing, entertainment and also joining an networking company or MLM.
@Aja103654 (5658)
• Philippines
11 Dec 12
I don't think money should be concerned about money. It's his boxing reputation that ought to concern him and his health too. I just think that he should retire before he gets truly hurt. Come to think of it, when Manny knocked down his rivals in the ring, people don't care so much about what happened to the rivals afterwards. But when Manny was knocked down, everyone worries! Manny is so loved and admired by many people, not just Filipinos.
@Aja103654 (5658)
• Philippines
11 Dec 12
LOL, i mean Manny not money.
@cobalt20 (1321)
• Philippines
9 Dec 12
I am not worried about Manny Pacquiao's lost to Juan Manuel Marquez. Nonito Donaire and Brian Villoria is still there for us. Donaire's next fight this sunday against Jorge Arce. I hope Donaire will win this in order to cover Pacquiao's lost.
• Philippines
9 Dec 12
yeah, true, however the thing is, both boxers, does not really represent the philippines, in fact, villoria is oftern referred as the hawaian punch and donaire is struggling to even speak in filipino. unlike pacqiao who is the epitome of the filipino dream, grew in the province of gen san, worked his back off at a very young age, started fighting and achived superstardom. he is the true filipino dream.
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@aabuda (1729)
• Philippines
10 Dec 12
I feel pity for Pacquiao. His lose will bring a huge mark in his career....yesterday was a history.
@chiyosan (30205)
• Philippines
10 Dec 12
yeah, you bet it is really a sad day for the country, its like we were all expecting something, and saw another thing... so that is making everything quite more confusing and when reality sank in... boom we were faced with reality that our bet has lost and we put so many reasons to justify why he lost. =(
@louievill (20294)
• Philippines
9 Dec 12
he just got nailed by a very strong punch in he's eagerness to finish off Marquez and again forgot that the opponent is a strong and good counter puncher, there is always that possibility when two good fighter fight toe to toe, it would have had happened to Marquez too. What worries me more is the way he went down, could be an indication that he's career is on the decline
@nicanorr (1789)
• Philippines
9 Dec 12
Here's the raw score for the Philippines on that December 8, 2012 boxing fight at MGM Grand, Las Vegas: Undercards: Filipino ERNIE SANCHEZ defeated Coy Evans; Filipino DODIE BOY PENALOSA JR. defeated Jesus Lule Raya. WBA world super featherweight 12 rds: YURIORKIS GAMBOA defeated by UD Filipino MICHAEL FARINAS IBF lightweight 12 rounds: MIGUEL VASQUEZ defeated by UD Filipino MERCITO GESTA MAIN EVENT: JUAN MANUEL MARQUEZ won the coveted title WBO's Champion of the Decade by knocking out MANNY PACQUIAO in the 6th round. FINAL TALLY FOR FILIPINO BOXERS INVOLVED IN THIS CARD: 2 wins, 3 losses
@devonavis (1857)
• Greece
9 Dec 12
Hands down to Mr. Marquez, he has proven himself but my heart is still with Pacquiao. Mwah mwah tsup tsup! Haha joking!