The People’s Boxing Champ Manny “Pacman” Pacquaio has come to a point wherein he needs to choose between two of the most important things in his life—politics and boxing career.
Pacquaio is a boxing champ who just turned into a full-pledged politician when he won the congressional race in Saranggani Province. Aside from taking care of his family, Pacman is now torn between boxing training schedules and legislative works at the House of Representatives.
Manny has been scheduled to have a bout against Antonio Margarito of Mexico. This will be a big event that Filipinos and most boxing fanatics in the world await. But this is a fight that Manny Pacquiao needs to prepare himself with. And people wait with anticipation at how well can Manny Pacquiao be able to master both congressional work and the sport that brought him to the top.
Yes, two important things in the life of the People’s Champ. His fans are now asking the question about which of the two would be his topmost priority. As a new comer in politics, Manny needs to learn a lot. He has to attend to whatever issues and concerns brought into the congress about his province. As a beginner, he has to get the hang of public service.
Manny was supposed to start his extensive training on September 20 with his coach Freddie Roach in Baguio City. Mr. Roach came to Manila for that very specific purpose. And as a friend, Roach visited Manny in the House of Representatives.
But it was learned that the champ postponed the trip to Baguio in order to iron out concerns for the 2011 budget for his province in Saranggani. With this development, one could assume that Manny really has a big heart for his constituents.
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