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Manny Pacquiao Discloses Traumatic Childhood Experience

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By: Elena Grace Flores

Manny ran away from home when he was 13 years old. The reason might be very traumatic for a child but think about it. If Manny Pacquiao did not have the reason to leave his family in Gensan, will he become the Great Filipino Boxer of today? Certainly, whether a circumstance is positive or negative, there’s always a reason for everything.

In Manny’s case, it was horrible to witness his own father grabbing his beloved pet dog, butcher it, cook and eat in front of him who was very emotional during that time. Even if this did not happen to us, we can only imagine the shock, disbelief and fear for the action made by the older Pacquiao. He might not be thinking straight at that time – but many fathers unfortunately in this part of the world have done the same or even worst!

Some impoverish people blame their status for the wrong doings committed. Others are just too dumb to recognize the right from the wrong actions or perhaps refused to know the difference of both to have excuses in life. Whatever the case may be, justice may not always be served but blessings are real too. No wonder – it’s always Aling Dionisia or Manny Pacquaio’s mother who always get the credits for the man that he is now!

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Manny Pacquiao is a Knockout Puncher No More

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By: Elena Grace Flores
During Bob Arum’s recent interview through Yahoo Sports Philippines, he mentioned that due to age, Manny Pacquiao is not anymore the kind of a knockout puncher as he was before. This he said is true to any boxer. Despite of that, he is still very confident that Manny still has the ability to be a great boxer. Read this to clarify:

Boxing News 2014: Manny Pacquiao Already Lost KO Power, Says Bob Arum

By: Lou Ramon Aguila

Arum, who has been in the business way back during the Muhammad Ali era, believed Pacquiao might have lost his menacing one-punch knockout power but not his skills to fire shots from different angles. Arum stressed Pacquiao is not a one-punch knockout artist, but a boxer that deteriorated his opponent through landing a barrage of shots.  http://au.ibtimes.com/articles/539853/20140221/boxing-news-manny-pacquiao.htm#.UwdV1KLDBH1


Manny Pacquiao might have lost his KO power but it does not mean that the great Filipino fighter will not beat his opponent anymore. He still have the strength, quickness and the technical skills to outsmart any boxer with the same caliber as him or even more. Manny Pacquiao’s fight regardless of who is opponents is will still be very interesting to watch.

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