The country is once again “paralyzed” while waiting and looking forward to Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao’s boxing fight with Antonio Margarito. We just finished watching Solar Sports’ pre-fight special where they documented the day-to-day activities of the Pacman and the Tijuana Tornado weeks before the scheduled fight. I am rooting of course for Pacquiao – as usual. Tim and I think that this is the Pacman’s last fight and he will retire from boxing and concentrate on his other career. We fervently hope that he will not go down in flames but go out of the boxing world with a big bang instead.
I stumbled upon this photo on Facebook when Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao defeated Miguel Cotto on November 14th, 2009. Pacquaio won the WBO Welterweight Title and WBC Diamond Belt. I don’t know who made this photo but it still stirs the Pinoy pride in me everytime I look at it. Pacman does that every time he wins a fight. So I’m posting this photo here in my blog so everyone who drops by will also remember that pride and be inspired by Pacquiao.
I just got home from the city after a day at the malls with Tim (who else?!) and I realized that I just had the best five days of my life so far. Let me tell you why. This blog post is just a summary of those 5 days because I will blog about them one by one in the next five days (get it?). That way I’ll have more topics to write about. LOL.
I’m writing this post just for the key word and see if how many people will stumble upon my blog if I rant about Boracay! Anyway,we’re going to the beach! And not just the beach but the best beach in the Philippines! It’s the place to really hang out and chill, have fun with friends because it’s bursting with life! Just what I need!
Oscar “Golden Boy” De La Hoya stopped his “Dream Match” with Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao at the end of the eighth round of their scheduled 12-round fight. Pacquiao gave a great fight, probably his best fight ever. Manny is the WBC Lightweight champion. He kept throwing a left punch to the head of Oscar De La Hoya during the first round of their welterweight bout in Las Vegas, Nevada. And it went on and on until Oscar De La Hoya chose to give up and he stopped the fight.