By: Elena Grace Flores
The behavior of popular boxers is changing to a better one because of Manny Pacquiao’s humble example. Despite becoming one of the best boxers in the world, he remained to be the lovable Manny Pacquiao. He is definitely not after only in winning but also in giving a great fight. Win or lose, we see him so honest and humorous about his experiences in the ring – good or bad! Read this very genuine article:
When ESPN’s Bernardo Osuna asked Manny Pacquiao about the right-hand rocket from Timothy Bradley Jr. that staggered him in the fourth round, Pacquiao grinned mischievously and rubbed his jaw. “I saw stars,” he said without a hint of compunction. http://espn.go.com/boxing/story/_/id/10785683/manny-pacquiao-most-interesting-man-world
Manny Pacquiao gets paid whether he win or lose but for his family, it doesn’t matter if they become richer or not. You can sense the moral values our boxing hero is imparting to her children. Just like her daughter’s message to Timothy Bradley. It’s okay if you lose for as long as you are not hurt!, said Princess Pacquiao. Where else can she learn this from but from her father’s example when he was knocked out by his previous opponent – indeed the greatest insurance of a father’s legacy.