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Manny Pacquiao Reveals Heartbreaking Video Tribute to His Late Dog Pacman

MANNY PACQUIAO – Senator Manny Pacquiao paid tribute to his late dog Pacman in a heartbreaking video.

Recently, Team Pacquiao lost one of its loyal members, Pacman, Senator Manny Pacquiao’s 14-year-old Jack Russel terrier. He was accidentally run over by a Mazda sedan owned by the lawmaker’s assistant, David Sisson.

Pacman ran under Sisson’s car as Manny’s security employees were trying to clearing out his garage. Sisson said the dog just “came out of nowhere and it was too late.”

Photo Source: @MannyPacquiao FB

Pacman was immediately rushed to the nearest veterinary clinic. The veterinarian said Manny Pacquiao’s dog sustained severe injuries after the incident. The vet said he could have survived the incident if he was 7 years old.

David Sisson said the Pinoy boxing icon and his wife Jinkee Pacquiao understood that it was just an accident. Pacman was buried inside their mansion.

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Photo Source: @MannyPacquiao FB

After losing his beloved dog, Manny Pacquiao paid tribute to his late dog in a heartbreaking video. He shared a video compilation of his moments with his dog on his Facebook Page.

In the caption of the post, he wrote: “Thanks for being the best sidekick anyone could ask for! We will miss you Pacman!”

The 3-minute video featured photos of Pacman joining the legendary boxer in his runs and training. He has been Pacquiao’s loyal training partner since 2006. He also considered him as his bunso.

Watch the video below:

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