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manny pacquiao:should he retire?
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He has to retire at age 30 if you don't want him to suffer brain damage -_-

BTW how old is he now?
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sabekuji_kaneda wrote:

He has to retire at age 30 if you don't want him to suffer brain damage -_-

BTW how old is he now?


30....


Just kidding, I dont know....
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sabekuji_kaneda wrote:

He has to retire at age 30 if you don't want him to suffer brain damage -_-

BTW how old is he now?


30....


Just kidding, I dont know....


Well that's what people tell me, that boxers are suppose to retire at age 30 for their own good.
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why would he retire?for wat?
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feck no.
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haha

what the heck?!

i don't care

no offence

!!!peace!!
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Career wise? No. He's at his peak.

Health wise? Yes. Boxing can do significant damage on the body, especially the head. If he doesn't want to risk having a concussion on the insides of his cranium, well retiring would be the best option.

Political motives? I wouldn't vote for him if he were the last candidate in the Philippines.

On the way to becoming a recording artist? His singing voice sounds like that of a drunkard.
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jette1221 wrote:


mikomiko123 wrote:

Lolz, he is living a life of luxury, popularity, and wealth, why should he retire? I heard he had some mistresses and that he gambles a lot. Is it true?


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He must not or else he'll do politics.


Wow, if he runs for President, Ill bet a lot of folks will vote for him!


Oh God.. I'll either commit suicide or leave Philippines of that ever happens...


funny.. lol! but i dont think he can run for president coz he didnt finish his HS? or his COLLEGE? that's what i think but, not sure.



Uhh, did Erap finish HS?

Well actually he dropped out of college.
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Political motives? I wouldn't vote for him if he were the last candidate in the Philippines.

On the way to becoming a recording artist? His singing voice sounds like that of a drunkard.


agreeEeeee~

just imagine his statue in the middle of a city.. sux...

pacquiao singing?? cmon man.. you're already good at boxing.. stay with it please...


@the topic.. i think pacquiao sold his soul to the devil thats why he doesnt lose and thus he cant quit...



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for me he should retire!.
he is rich enough so he should retire so that his body will never punch or kick by the other boxer!.and for his past few game he always win so he should retire that he is a winner not a looser!
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Posted 7/4/08

sabekuji_kaneda wrote:


jette1221 wrote:


sabekuji_kaneda wrote:

He has to retire at age 30 if you don't want him to suffer brain damage -_-

BTW how old is he now?


30....


Just kidding, I dont know....


Well that's what people tell me, that boxers are suppose to retire at age 30 for their own good.


george foreman became champion once again at 45 :O
there are a lot of boxers over 30 and some are pretty good.
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h4x0rz wrote:


sabekuji_kaneda wrote:


jette1221 wrote:


sabekuji_kaneda wrote:

He has to retire at age 30 if you don't want him to suffer brain damage -_-

BTW how old is he now?


30....


Just kidding, I dont know....


Well that's what people tell me, that boxers are suppose to retire at age 30 for their own good.


george foreman became champion once again at 45 :O
there are a lot of boxers over 30 and some are pretty good.


Well yeah it is the boxer's choice if he wants to retire or not. It's just that they say that for boxers to avoid getting brain damage they should stop boxing as early as 30. It would be a waste if you continue boxing and then you get some brain sickness which you'll probably spend a lot of money (most probably the money you won from all your matches) to try and cure which probably won't. That happened to a famous boxer once, they say. I don't know the name though -_-
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Posted 7/4/08

sabekuji_kaneda wrote:


h4x0rz wrote:


sabekuji_kaneda wrote:


jette1221 wrote:


sabekuji_kaneda wrote:

He has to retire at age 30 if you don't want him to suffer brain damage -_-

BTW how old is he now?


30....


Just kidding, I dont know....


Well that's what people tell me, that boxers are suppose to retire at age 30 for their own good.


george foreman became champion once again at 45 :O
there are a lot of boxers over 30 and some are pretty good.


Well yeah it is the boxer's choice if he wants to retire or not. It's just that they say that for boxers to avoid getting brain damage they should stop boxing as early as 30. It would be a waste if you continue boxing and then you get some brain sickness which you'll probably spend a lot of money (most probably the money you won from all your matches) to try and cure which probably won't. That happened to a famous boxer once, they say. I don't know the name though -_-


No, brain damage can happen to any one. Age is not a factor. How hard the other guy clubbed your head is.

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h4x0rz wrote:


sabekuji_kaneda wrote:


h4x0rz wrote:


sabekuji_kaneda wrote:


jette1221 wrote:


sabekuji_kaneda wrote:

He has to retire at age 30 if you don't want him to suffer brain damage -_-

BTW how old is he now?


30....


Just kidding, I dont know....


Well that's what people tell me, that boxers are suppose to retire at age 30 for their own good.


george foreman became champion once again at 45 :O
there are a lot of boxers over 30 and some are pretty good.


Well yeah it is the boxer's choice if he wants to retire or not. It's just that they say that for boxers to avoid getting brain damage they should stop boxing as early as 30. It would be a waste if you continue boxing and then you get some brain sickness which you'll probably spend a lot of money (most probably the money you won from all your matches) to try and cure which probably won't. That happened to a famous boxer once, they say. I don't know the name though -_-


No, brain damage can happen to any one. Age is not a factor. How hard the other guy clubbed your head is.



That's exactly my point. Since boxers often receive powerful blows that often strike their head, they have a high chance of getting brain damage. Thus, just like what I said, it is ideal for boxers to retire as early as 30 years old to prevent their chances of getting brain damage from getting any higher.
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