Saturday, March 27, 2010

Manny Pacquiao Won The Fight Against Clottey!

Before I proceed with another topic I want to tell my readers here that my favorite boxer has won and has defended his championship belt against Clottey. I was so happy that Manny was declared winner but personally I did not enjoy the fight--NO MATCH! I had seen the nervousness of Clottey before the fight. He was not too responsive on the thrown punches of Manny. I was expecting a knockout but Clottey had ensured his safety by blocking with the help of his wrists to protect his head from the bullet punches of Manny.

I did not see fatigue from Manny. Even on the last round he was still punching like a speed of light. I guess that's why Floyd Mayweather, Jr. resist to fight the real pound-for-pound boxer of all times.

Manny has already proven that he is really the pound-for-pound king. The whole world was really amazed on the strength and endurance he had shown in the last fight. Would it be the last bout of Manny in boxing ring? He is now ready to retire if Mayweather, Jr. will not fight him.

Friday, March 12, 2010

Too Excited on Pacquiao-Clottey Fight

In few hours the clock will stop for every Filipino anywhere in the world. Many people will certainly go again to movie houses, coliseums, or in other places (sometimes free of charge) just to see Manny Pacquiao via live-feed (PPV) for the much-awaited fight. Normally the tickets are being sold for PHP500 (USD 10) per pax. I am planning to watch it in Araneta Coliseum for only just about PHP 150 (USD 3) just like in previous fight of Manny Pacquiao against the Puerto Rican Miguel Cotto.

If I would be going to watch it in local television it would take long period of time before I would know who won the fight due to many commercials and advertisements.

Good luck to both fighters and of course I want Manny to win on this boxing fight. This would be my first time to see Manny exchanging punches with Ghanaian contender.

In separate interviews both fighters respect each other. There has no trash-talk heard from both camps.

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