CONCORD – They also have the giant wooden spoon and fork. (Although, there’s no man-in-a-barrel from Baguio.) But what makes Rosauro (or Roi to friends) and Isolde Malibiran’s home atypical among Pinoy homes is thatMore >
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Malacanang most recently congratulated boxer and Rep. Manny Pacquiao who won the WBO international welterweight championship against American boxer Timothy “Dessert Storm” Bradley Jr.
“Manny Pacquiao has done the Filipino nation proud again by winning decisively against Timothy Bradley. We applaud and thank him for demonstrating anew that the Filipino has the courage and skill to compete in the global arena,” said Communications Secretary Herminio Coloma, Jr.
Vice-president Jejomar Binay commended Pacquiao for his latest victory.
Manny Pacquiao once again proved that he is the best pound for pound fighter by defeating Timothy Bradley by unanimous decision (116-100 from all three judges) in front of 14,665 at MGM Grand Garden last April 9.
By Jeff Gauna | FilAm Star Correspondent
MANNY PACQUIAO HAS no regrets losing to Floyd Maywether. He has been away from the boxing scene after that fight focusing on his senatorial candidacy in the Philippines. On one of his interviews, he stated that he has never rested this long in his entire boxing career and he is ready to take on Timothy Bradley on April 9 at MGM Grand Arena.
These two boxers have fought in the ring twice since 2012. Bradley won the first one through a controversial split- decision and Pacquiao taking the win on the rematch that vindicated him.