Manny Pacquiao Bids Boxing Goodbye after 26 Years
MANNY PACQUIAO – The boxer-turned-senator announced his retirement from boxing after 26 years of huge success in the sports.
In the international boxing arena, one of the personalities who made a name is Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao. He really did brought a lot of honor to the Philippines with his victories in the ring.
It is no secret to the public that Pacquiao was born in a poor family. He worked at an early age and he even joined amateur boxing fights to earn for their food. The boxing talent he’s blessed with has greatly helped him take his family out from their unfortunate situation before.
Throughout his boxing career, Pacman won 12 major titles. His fights have always been much-awaited not only in the Philippines but across the globe. He is a champion in eight different divisions.
Undeniably, not only the victory of Pacman impressed the people but as well as how he handles defeat. He has established good relationships with other boxers he shared the ring with.
Previously, the Filipino boxing champion revealed that his family already wants him to stop boxing. According to him, it was just his passion that made him continue in the sports. He has already established a name and is one of the wealthiest Filipinos before he joined the political arena.
Recently, Sen. Manny Pacquiao announced his retirement from boxing. Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, the retirement of the Filipino boxing legend came after 26 years since 1995 when he first joined the sports.
According to Pacquiao, he never thought that the day when he would hang up his boxing gloves will come. He expressed his gratitude to the world most especially the Filipinos for the support given to him. “Goodbye, boxing”, the legend said.
Sen. Manny Pacquiao intends to run for president in the 2022 Election. According to him, he wants to help more people and it is a commitment he has with God to do what he can.
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