This week, there were some surprising events in the boxing area, such as the sudden departure of Floyd Mayweather Jr. from the big new fights in the new year in Tokyo. But nothing is disturbing and warming up the heart of a bad Filipino language, such as the dignity of Manny Pacquiao at Cambridge and Oxford in the United Kingdom.
He was great and modest, scored excellent points, won with hard-earned pointers in his life, and it turned out that he added another big crown to the sensational Eighth World Championship he won.
The great thing was that he had his own, as if he was not the first timer before the debating unions that formerly liked Winston Churchill, Robert Kennedy, Albert Einstein, Mother Theresa.
It is predictable that he laughed at an unstoppable childhood when he was hungry and poor, and told his enthusiastic audience that he would never get to the greatest possible extent.
In Cambridge, Pacquiao joined the silent pride that he never had the opportunity to pursue with a degree, which would only mean the sixth grade.
He explained with a glittering glare: "I did not allow these circumstances to be limited. I continue to study at a university called Life."
He explained: "Being a poor person does not mean that he must kill the poor. Hard work will rid you of the mystery of poverty. "
Then he launched a general challenge for his well-inclined listeners: "You, by education, determination and faith, can change the world."
During the interview from the prestigious phase he was completely controlled.
Veterinarian sports columnist Joaquin Henson said that Pacquiao appeared in a knockout at Oxford.
Henson said that Pacquiao, without any pretensions, is upset with his real desire to increase humanity.
Pacquiao barely touched his boxing career, explaining that there is an increasing chance that in 2015, a remix with Floyd Mayweather Jr., who put him in a monumental fight, will re-appear.
Pacquiao continued to maintain that he had unfinished business with Mayweather (50-0), who came out of retirement to beat the beautiful Irish mixed martial arts Conor McGregor in Las Vegas in 2017.
Pacquiao will meet on January 19th with former two-time world champion Adrien Broner in Las Vegas.
However, the boxing world began to show more interest in the Pacquiao-Mayweather rematch.
Pacquiao said in Cambria: "My thinking is that I have a cheerleader and I will make it clear who wins. The last one we had was not clear who won. It did not hit a lot, but won. I had a shoulder injury But if there is a revenger, there will be no excuses. "
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