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Manny Pacquiao
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Posted 7/19/08
very good in boxing
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22 / M / Philippines
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Posted 7/19/08
retire while he still has honor and titles
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26 / M / Port of Coimbra
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retire cuz more and more people are getting sick of his singing and showbiz publicity
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27 / nJ
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Posted 7/19/08
he's ok..on his last match i want him to lost but he didn't coz ever since he's been a "kapusong tae" the network always tell him to say that he's proud to be kapusong tae...so annoying
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23 / F / cebu
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i love how gma7 handle his publicity... if it was abscbn then, he would be singing another song right now.... anyway, he said that maybe he would retire and then he would run again for politics.... i think he should just use his money to establish a boxing gym and be a coach himself... his wins would just go to waste in politics and gambling... charity is just okay too...
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25 / F / Aloha State
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ocehC_lE wrote:

Manny Pacquiao i would say is a very
good boxer. He's born from General Santos
City at the Philippines. Here he is pretty much
a famous sports icon. Although he may not be
the best of English speakers... he does what
does best. And in the boxing arena, you'll see
him overshadow his other weaknesses off the
ring and surprise you with his amazing boxing
talents.

What are your thoughts about him people?

___

Just won a while ago I think....
Cool another KO victory too...


his a good boxer!!!!! but ders somtin dat annoys da hick out of me. so he has two champoinships belt now and i heard n da news dat cant happen, so he has to choose which one he wants to keep. i tink its stupid dat he has to choose one. i mean why da hick did dey let him fight again anyways when he cant even keep both titles? wats da point of dat . just my opinion but i was wondering wat u guys think of dis too?
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Posted 7/23/08
ooo . i see mm hmm
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21 / F / philippines
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Posted 7/23/08
hell surely fall hard,...the way he's up high now....
as for boxing, yah he's good, but i doubt he's the best.
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55 / F / in yerr face.
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Posted 7/23/08
boxing:yes
politics:no
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20 / F / Long Beach,CA
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he's the best!!i felt bad 4 diaz tho..y didnt he juss gave up earlier..gettin beat up by manny..totally ko!!
but the best thing is always his speech after the fight lol..hilarious!!hahaha thats wut my family r always waiting 4..
but ur still awesome!
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30 / M / Azerbaijan
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Posted 8/1/08
p4p king.....dela hoya is next
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"this fight is for you."
Posted 8/28/08
it's offical!!




De La Hoya, Pacquiao agree to Dec. 6 fight in Vegas

By Dan Rafael
ESPN.com
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Updated: August 28, 2008, 2:15 PM ET


De La Hoya To Announce Fight With Pacquiao

Oscar De La Hoya, boxing's biggest star announced Thursday that he will meet pound-for-pound king Manny Pacquiao on Dec. 6.

Golden Boy CEO Richard Schaefer dismissed reports this week that welterweight titleholder Paul Williams was under serious consideration to meet De La Hoya. Schaefer said that although Williams' name was thrown out during an internal meeting, it was quickly dismissed, and no contact was ever made between the De La Hoya and Williams camps. Williams promoter Dan Goossen confirmed that as well.

De La Hoya (39-5, 30 KOs), who has repeatedly said the December fight would be the last bout of his storied career in which he's won world titles in six weight divisions, has been in talks with Pacquiao (47-3-2, 35 KOs) for weeks. But negotiations got bogged down when the sides could not come to an agreement on how to split the revenue, which is expected to exceed more than $100 million.

De La Hoya stood firm for weeks on a 70-30 split in his favor; Pacquiao was demanding a 40 percent slice of the pie.

The rest of the major issues, from the maximum weight to the size of the gloves, were agreed upon, with Pacquiao getting his way on a 147-pound weight limit and 8-ounce gloves.

The percentage split that De La Hoya and Pacquiao have apparently agreed to is unclear.

Freddie Roach, Pacquiao's trainer and one of De La Hoya's former trainers, has been an outspoken advocate of the fight, going so far as to say he would train Pacquiao for free because he was so confident he would win.

Roach told ESPN.com on Wednesday that Pacquiao, whom he hadn't spoken to much recently, left him two voice mails at about 7 a.m. ET.

"He left me the messages and at the end of one of them, he said, 'Thanks for all your help.' I read that as the fight is done," Roach said.

Pacquiao, a lightweight titleholder who has won belts in five weight classes and is a national icon in the Philippines, would move up to welterweight for the showdown with De La Hoya.

The fight will take place at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, where De La Hoya has fought five of his past six bouts and seven of his past 10.
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manny vs. dela hoya....

dela hoya rockzzzzzzzzzz
Posted 8/28/08
It's going to be a great fight. Fight of the year, boxing wise, was Margarito vs Cotto.....Let's hope Oscar and Manny can put on a similar performance.
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