Sunday, May 3, 2009

Pacquiao and his faith vs. Hatton

Another big celebration for all Filipinos for the "people's champ's" victory over his fight with the "hitman" that only took two rounds...ahhh! I am not really a big fan of this kind of game. Well, as a woman, my interest is so far from it. However, I just couldn't help but be in one with the rest of our kababayan for feeling joyful over Pacquiao's another great win.

I guess the only difference between Manny Pacquiao from the rest of his opponents in all his boxing games is that Pacquiao rests his case on God before he starts to play while I see his opponents simply putting their confidence on themselves alone. Well, I don't know about his opponents' faith but what really admires me about Manny is that even if he has trained a lot and has already proven his great ability in boxing, and that each time he's already in the boxing arena, you'll see him really proud of his faith by bowing his head and pray before each of his game.

Here's hoping that in spite of Pacman's success in the boxing field, he'll stay humble and continue to put his confidence in God.

7 comments:

the donG said...

i can see that too. something unique to pacquaio. something the wolrd needs to see behind a pinoy champion.

Sportsbettingcentre said...

I imagine it must be difficult not to be a boxing fan if you are from the Philippines right now. Your man is simply the best pound for pound fighter in the world. I hope he gets the chance to consolidate his fine victory by beating Mayweather later in the year.

batopik said...

Isa na namang pacman post, pero kakaiba.

Pacquiao and his faith vs. Hatton alone, talo nga naman si Hatton. hakhak :)

oo nga. napansin ko din yun. nagpepray siya sa corner ng boxing arena bago siya humataw. awu! galing!

keep the faith alive hakhak!

prinsesamusang said...

sana din di siya magpolitics LOL nakita mo ba yung award ko para sayo? sa post ko na PM shake? okey ako ikaw naging busy ka yata masyado!

Keith said...

I remember hearing that the Ferry I rode to Cebu had Manny Pacquiao as a passenger.

Funny, The Pac Man video game was issued in May, 1980, less than 18 months after Manny was born. It must have been meant for him...

bw said...

It was an unbelievable show, granting that Hatton suffered a terrible knockout. Manny certainly deserves the victory for his dedication and faith which makes him feel invincible :)

Nyl said...

Sana nga lang musang di sya talaga magPOLITICS...so he'll be able to maintain that good image being a hero to this country.