JV Ejercito’s Advice To Manny Pacquiao Goes Viral
MANNY PACQUIAO – Philippine Senator JV Ejercito’s Tweet about Manny Pacquiao went viral on social media.
Boxing fans waited for several months to finally witness the fight of the legendary boxer Manny Pacquiao and the undefeated Keith Thurman.
On July 21, the Filipino boxer proved that he still got the strength better than the younger boxers. He won the WBA Super Welterweight belt from the American boxer.
Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao floored Keith Thurman on the first round of their fight in MGM Grand Garden Arena in Los Angeles, California.
The 40-year-old Senator earned the title in a split-decision win. It is his 62nd victory in his boxing career.
Manny Pacquiao’s fellow politician Senator JV Ejercito took to the social media to express his thoughts and opinion about Pacman’s boxing career.
The 49-year-old politician hoped that the good Senator from Sarangani Province would consider retiring from the sport soon since he’s proven enough to his fellow countrymen.
“Hope Manny would consider retiring soon… nothing more to prove.”
Former President Erap Estrada’s son said he was just giving a piece of advice to a friend and suggested that he should consider taking care of his health now.
“As a friend, he should take care of his body. Boxing is a dangerous sport,” he said.
Surely, Estrada was just concerned about the health of Manny Pacquiao since boxing is undeniable among the dangerous sport.
The politician’s’ post has generated 150 retweets and 2.4K likes as of this writing
Lots of netizens agreed with Senator JV Ejercito’s advice to the Pinoy boxing icon. Here are some of their comments on the post:
@SirNocum: “True! Wag na hintaying mabaldado at mawala lahat nang pinagpaguran anyhow mas kailangan na sya sa senado at nang kanyang pamilya.”
@JepoyJ09: “true! 6th round onwards he looked tired, age is catching up to him”
@docpinkyG: “Agree with you, Manny proved a lot already. He should take care of himself now”
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