manny pacquiao quits boxing??
November 14, 2010 10:08am CST
It's an honor for us to have a great athlete like manny pacquiao, it has brought our country to the map ...well all praises on manny pacquiao, but at to your end what will be manny pacquiao's next step? will you like him to quit or still fight a few bouts more, what is your opinion regarding this? thanks for sharing....
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14 Nov 10
I still want him to fight maybe two more years. I am still waiting if Mayweather is going to train himself(not his mouth) to challenge Pacquiao. Manyy is considered an icon already and getting the 8th world division champ is really something that not most boxers can do, he knows how to respect his co boxers and he is a classic example.
18 Nov 10
As a boxing fan, of course I will like him to play more. Boxing will come back to being lackluster if Pacquiao retires. But time is not on his age and soon he may feel the effect of his profession to his body, so I could understand why he may want to retire.
15 Nov 10
It totally depends on him. I guess he is not getting any younger doing this thing and quitting at this point in his boxing career maybe one of the best option before he really gets his match on him. Although I know many of us Pinoys would want him to fight for more but I guess he is aging as well and each fight he is into wears him down already as a fighter. I would respect if he decides to quite boxing and concentrates on his political career.
15 Nov 10
I think it's best the he retire and enjoy his fame and fortune. Manny has accomplished so much already that it would probably take a long time before somebody else breaks his record. He may look OK for now but eventually those punches that he received over the years will eventually take it's toll on his body. Manny is a great boxer but he is not superman. He should not abuse his body more than what it can withstand since the price to pay would even be too much that it ain't worth all the money he has so far acquired over the years. Boxing fans would definitely consider him a loss if he retires but he should not listen to the fans all the time, fans are just wanting him to fight, they won't care if something happens to him. If I were him, I'd just spend the rest of my life getting busy serving constituents and enjoy the rest of the price money.
15 Nov 10
I will be looking forward for the fight against Mayweather before he could retire from the boxing profession..