Black vs. Not so Black
It was a decade of my plain view in boxing, not until Emmanuel Dapidran Pacquioa (courtesy of Google.com) aka Manny “Pacman” Pacquioa spiced up my taste in the ring. Pacman’s big break was when he beat Lehlohonolo Ledwaba and replaced him as Super Bantamweight chmapion, Manny has constantly step forward into success of his career. As well as his most exciting fights against Mexican boxing icons like Marc Antonio Barrera, Juan Manuel Marquez, Erik Morales, Hector Velaquez, Oscar Larios and Jorge Solis. Due to draw decision of judges about Barrera and Pacquioa’s fight, they finally had a rematch last 2007 for a record.
Another for the record match of Manny Pacquiao was his battle versus David Diaz and Oscar De La Hoya, these are the best fights that put Pacman to the top. As well as Ricky Hatton’s disappointing performance inside the ring which only led into two rounds of defeat for Hatton. Even his fight against Miguel Cotto which fairly stopped up to the last round.
Having not less than eight significant titles in the field of boxing, Pacman is now again trying to test his luck beating Joshua Clottey for another milestone of his career. Manny is truly one of the best athletes on Earth. Pacman will always be a pride of Philippines in sports most especially in boxing arena. Either wins or losses in his future challenges with other boxers, I’ll be in Manny Pacquiao’s side.
God bless you Pacman!! ^_^
Posted on March 14, 2010, in Celebrity, Drop By Notes, Entertainment, Life, Philippines, Sports, World and tagged boxing, david diaz, emaanuel dapridan paquiao, erik morales, hector veklasquez, jorge solis, joshua clottey, juan manuel marquez, lehlohonolo ledwaba, manny pacquiao, marc antonio barrera, miguel cotto, oscar de la hoya, oscar larios, pacman, pambansang kamao, people's champ, Philippines, pilipinas. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.