Pacquiao Talks Like A Kid
He’s back in the Philippines. He preferred a quiet return. Unlike before when he brought home the bacon, Manny Pacquiao received the warmest and loudest welcome, but his recent comeback was not that overwhelming.
Pacquiao’s camp would only explained that the people’s champ is tired.
And while he denied the intrigues hurled against him about winning in fighting Mexican boxer Juan Manuel Marquez, Pacquiao has the following words to say:
Salamat sa sambayanang Filipino sa pagsuporta. Sa awa ng Panginoon, nanalo tayo at doon sa mga ibang tao na naniniwala na di tama yung desisyon eh, magpakatotoo ka…maging Filipino ka. Ang paniwala ko, bago natapos ‘yung 12 rounds ay lamang ako at panalo ako. So medyo di masyado akong kumbinsido sa performance ko dahil sa `yung ini-expect na ibigay ko sa mga tao ay di nangyari ang ganun. Eh, talagang ganun. Naintindihan natin na di sa lahat ng panahon ay pwede tayong manalo ng one-sided fight.. Tsaka, di pwedeng lahat ng kalaban bubugbugin . May kamay din ‘yan. Dumating lang `yun pagkakataon na naging close `yun fight. Di ko alam kung saan lumabas ‘yan…Siguro sa ibang tao na di dugong-Pinoy ang nag-iisip ng ganyan.
So, if you’re a Filipino criticizing Pacquiao and believing that he did not really won, you are not a true-bloodied Filipino? Did I hear a legislator talking like a little kid?
He did not agree with a grandiose welcome because he is ashamed? Pacquiao, himself, knew who really won and who is afraid of who’s waterloo.
He better be humble and quiet. Stop defending himself. It would only hurt his credibility.
After the controversial fight with Marquez, he dropped from being the top pound for pound fighter!