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Great Power Comes Great Responsibility

Most boxers fight for Money.

Manny Fight Against Poverty.

Manny Pacquiao: Yellow gloves a symbol of fight against poverty.

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http://old.ph.news.yahoo.com/gma/20110505/tsp-manny-pacquiao-yellow-gloves-a-symbo-9a97127.html

Filipinos Eat Storms for Breakfast

This time, he prove to have eaten more than a storm for breakfast.  He even busted a tornado.

Pacman won by unanimous decision.  He now has 8 belts on his credit…

He is a professional boxer and a politician (also an actor-producer and a commercial model/product endorser).  Manny is the only boxer in history to achieve an eight-division world champion and won ten world titles in eight different weight divisions.  He is a toast to the boxing world.  His name is Emmanuel Dapidran Pacquiao or simply called Manny Pacquiao (the Pacman).

His triumph is his country’s pride.  Time stop whenever he has a fight… no rightist nor leftist no differences in dialects and status in life… all rally behind the Philippine flag and their legend.

Manny Pacquiao “The Pacman”

 

He is the toast in the boxing world.  Manny is his nickname.  His real name is Emmanuel Dapidran Pacquiao.  Also called as the “Pacman.”  Manny Pacquiao was born on December 17, 1978 at Kibawe, Bukidnon, Mindanao and currently resides in his home town General Santos City, South Cotabato, Philippines. He is married to Jinkee Pacquiao  and they have four children.

No other boxer in history whom have won seven world titles in seven different weight divisions. 

In addition, he is the former Ring Magazine featherweight and super featherweight champion.  He is now the, Ring Magazine light welterweight champion, and is rated by Ring Magazine as the number 1 pound-for-pound boxer in the world.

Who would have thought that this young man from a very poor broken family from General Santos Philippines would even conquer the lineal championship in four different weight classes.  Hew started with only 106 pounds (light flyweight) when he was only 16.  His potentials were first noticed through a boxing show titled, “Blow by Blow” where he fought at small boxing venues.   His professional debut was a four round bout against Edmund “Enting” Ignacio, on January 22, 1995, which Pacquiao won via decision, becoming an instant star of the program. Manny’s boxing career made a drastic turn around after the death of his close friend Mark Penaflorida in 1994.   He was the one who encourage the young Pacquiao to pursue a professional boxing career. 

Manny Pacquiao is no ordinary boxer.  He wins fight not just for the title but also to inspire his nation the Philippines.  Beyond his boxing career achievement is his contribution to Philippine sport, politics, showbiz, donations to the less fortunate, peace advocates, advertising and endoresement, etc.  

Pacquiao’s big break came on when unexpectedly, he was asked as a late replacement on two weeks’ notice against former IBF World super bantamweight champion Lehlohonolo Ledwaba at MGM Grand Las Vegas, in Las Vegas, Nevada.  He won!  He became the new IBF World super bantamweight champion (his second major boxing world title).   Pacquiao went on.  Credited to his improvement is his expert low profile trainor Freddie Roach at the Wild Card Gym. 

Professional boxing record

50 Wins (38 knockouts, 12 decisions), 3 Defeats (2 by knockout, 1 by decision), 2 Draws

Res.

Opponent

Type

Rd., Time

Notes

 Win

Joshua Clottey

 Unanimous Decision  12 (12), WBO Welterweight title on the line.
Win

Miguel Cotto

TKO

12 (12), 0:55 Won WBO Welterweight Title and WBC Diamond Belt.
Win

Ricky Hatton

KO

2 (12), 2:59 Won IBO and Ring Magazine World Light Welterweight Titles.
Win

Oscar De La Hoya

TKO

8 (12), 3:00 A non-title fight, fought at Welterweight.
Win

David Diaz

TKO

9 (12), 2:24 Won WBC World Lightweight Title.
Win

Juan Manuel Marquez

Decision (split)

12 (12) Won WBC and vacant Ring Magazine World Super Featherweight Title.
Win

Marco Antonio Barrera

Decision (unan.)

12 (12) Retained WBC International Super Featherweight Title.
Win

Jose Solis

KO

8 (12), 1:16 Retained WBC International Super Featherweight Title.
Win

Erik Morales

KO

3 (12), 2:57 Retained WBC International Super Featherweight Title.
Win

Oscar Larios

Decision (unan.)

12 (12) Retained WBC International Super Featherweight Title.
Win

Erik Morales

TKO

10 (12), 2:33 Retained WBC International Super Featherweight Title.
Win

Hector Velazquez

TKO

6 (12), 2:59 Won vacant WBC International Super Featherweight Title.
Loss

Erik Morales

Decision (unan.) 12 (12) WBC International Super Featherweight Title on the line.
Win

Fahsan Por Thawatchai

TKO

4 (12), 1:26  
Draw

Juan Manuel Marquez

Draw

12 (12) WBA and IBF World Featherweight Titles on the line.
Win

Marco Antonio Barrera

TKO

11 (12), 2:56 Won Ring Magazine World Featherweight Title.
Win

Emmanuel Lucero

KO

3 (12), 0:48 Retained IBF World Super Bantamweight Title.
Win

Serikzhan Yeshmagambetov

TKO

5 (10), 1:52  
Win

Fahprakorb Rakkiatgym

KO

1 (12), 2:46 Retained IBF World Super Bantamweight Title.
Win

Jorge Eliecer Julio

TKO

2 (12), 1:09 Retained IBF World Super Bantamweight Title.
Draw

Agapito Sanchez

Technical Draw

6 (12), 1:12 WBO and IBF World Super Bantamweight Titles on the line.
Win

Lehlohonolo

TKO

6 (12), 0:59 Won IBF World Super Bantamweight Title.
Win

Wethya Sakmuangklang

TKO

6 (12) Retained WBC International Super Bantamweight Title.
Win

Tetsutora Senrima

TKO

5 (12) Retained WBC International Super Bantamweight Title.
Win

Nedal Hussein

TKO

10 (12), 1:48 Retained WBC International Super Bantamweight Title.
Win

Seung-Kon Chae

TKO

1 (12), 1:42 Retained WBC International Super Bantamweight Title.
Win

Arnel Barotillo

KO

4 (12) Retained WBC International Super Bantamweight Title.
Win

Reynante Jamili

KO

2 (12) Won WBC International Super Bantamweight Title.
Loss

Medgoen Singsurat

KO

3 (12) Lost WBC World Flyweight title.
Win

Gabriel Mira

TKO

4 (12), 2:45 Retained WBC World Flyweight Title.
Win

Todd Makelim

TKO

3 (10)  
Win

Chatchai Sasakul

KO

8 (12) Won WBC World Flyweight Title.
Win

Shin Terao

TKO

1 (10)  
Win

Panomdej Ohyuthanakorn

KO

1 (12) Retained OPBF Flyweight Title.
Win

Melvin Magramo

Decision

10 (10)  
Win

Chokchai Chockvivat

KO

5 (12) Won OPBF Flyweight Title.
Win

Ariel Austria

TKO

6  
Win

Wook-Ki Lee

KO

1 (10), 1:04  
Win

Mike Luna

KO

1 (10)  
Win

Sung-Yul Lee

TKO

2  
Win

Ippo Gala

TKO

2  
Win

Bert Batiller

TKO

4  
Win

John Medina

TKO

4  
Win

Marlon Carillo

Decision

10 (10)  
Loss

Rustico Torrecampo

KO

3  
Win

Lito Torrejos

Decision

(5)  
Win

Rolando Toyogon

Decision

10 (10)  
Win

Rudolfo Fernandez

TKO

3 (10)  
Win

Renato Mendones

TKO

2 (8)  
Win

Lolito Laroa

Decision

8 (8)  
Win

Armando Rocil

KO

3  
Win

Acasio Simbajon

Decision (unan.)

6 (6)  
Win

Dele Decierto

TKO

2  
Win

Rocky Palma

Decision

6 (6)  
Win

Pinoy Montejo

Decision

4 (4)  
Win

Edmund Enting Ignacio

Decision

4 (4)  

Titles 

Major:

  • WBC World flyweight champion
  • IBF World super bantamweight champion
  • WBC World super featherweight champion
  • WBC World lightweight champion
  • WBO World welterweight champion

Minor:

  • IBO World light welterweight champion

Regional:

  • OPBF flyweight champion
  • WBC International super bantamweight champion
  • WBC International super featherweight champion

 The Ring Magazine titles:

  • World featherweight champion
  • World super featherweight champion
  • World light welterweight champion

Lineal Championship titles:

  • World flyweight champion
  • World featherweight champion
  • World junior lightweight champion
  • World junior welterweight champion

Recognitions

  • 2000-09 Boxing Writers Association Of America Fighter of the Decade
  • 2000-09 Philippine Sportswriters Association Athlete of the Decade
  • 2000-09 HBO Fighter of the Decade
  • 2000-09 The SweetScience.com Fighter of the Decade
  • 2006, 2008 and 2009 Ring Magazine Fighter of the Year
  • 2006, 2008 and 2009 Boxing Writers Association Of America Fighter of the Year
  • 2006 and 2008 SecondsOut.com Fighter of the Year
  • 2008 and 2009 Ring Magazine number 1 Pound for Pound (year-end)
  • 5-Time PSA Sportsman of the Year
  • 2008 University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) Honorary Award for Sports Excellence
  • 2008 and 2009 BoxingScene.com Fighter of the Year
  • 2008 Sports Illustrated  Boxer of the Year
  • 2008 and 2009 TheSweetScience.com Boxer of the Year
  • 2008 and 2009 WBC Boxer of the Year
  • 2008 Yahoo Sports Fighter of the Year
  • 2008 and 2009 ESPN Star’s Champion of Champions
  • 2009 ESPN Fighter of the Year
  • 2009 ESPN Knockout of the Year
  • 2009 ESPY Awards Best Fighter
  • 2009 TIME 100 Most Influential People (Heroes & Icons Category)
  • 2009 TIME Magazine cover for November issue
  • 2009 Forbes Magazine Celebrity 100(ranked 57th)
  • 2009 Sports Illustrated Fighter of the Year
  • 2009 The Ring Magazine Knockout of the Year
  • 2009 World’s Greatest Ever Featherweight
  • 2009 World’s Greatest Ever (ranked 2nd)

Other recognition and achievement:

Manny Pacquiao at the cover of TIME Asia Magazine.  He was also included by Time Magazine as one of the world’s most influential people for the year 2009, for his exploits in boxing and his influence among the Filipino people. Pacquiao was also included by Forbes Magazine in its annual Celebrity 100 ist for the year 2009, joining Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie and fellow athletes Tiger Woods and Bryant. Forbes also listed Pacquiao as the world’s sixth highest-paid athlete, with a total of $40 million from the second half of 2008 to the first half of 2009. The athletes who ranked ahead of Pacquiao were Woods at number 1 spot ($110 million); Bryant, basketball legend Michael Jordan, and Formula One star Kimi Räikkönen sharing the number 2 rank ($45 million each); and football superstar David Beckham at number 5 ($42 million). Pacquiao had also won the 2009 ESPY Awards  for the Best Fighter category, beating fellow boxer Shane Mosley and Brazilian mixed martial arts fighter Lyoto Machida.

He appeared in TV shows (Philippines).  First he signed with ABS CBN, then later transferred to GMA 7 (not to mention his numerous guestings, interviews and other participation in both local and international shows TV shows).

There were so many to mention (e.g. opening ceremony for sports and various events, commercials, etc.)Many is a superstar to many and he deserve the admiration for all the glory he shared with the Filipino people.  Nonetheless, with all the glitz, boxing belt and glamour… at the end of the day, Manny Pacquiao “the Pacman” is a Filipino that will be remembered from generation to generation because his victory is a victory of his nation the Philippines.  To us, he is the same ordiry person who made his dream into reality through hardwork and love for his country.  His achievement inspires not just the boxing fans but his whole country and the world.  Would you believe that whenever Manny Pacquiao has a boxing match, time stops in the Philippines.  Even  war with the rebels and terorists stops (no crimes as well on every streets and municipalities).  To God be the Glory!!!

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