Manny Pacquiao Tell His Story On Why He Get Into Boxing

Manny Pacquiao is a Filipino congressman and  world champion professional boxer . He is the first and only boxer who won eight-division world champion.

Pacquiao gained popularity as he began winning multiple title as he beat famous mexican boxer  the likes of Antonio Barerra, Eric Morales, Juan Manuel Marquez and the biggest of them all Oscar De la Hoya, because of this Pacquiao was dubbed the ” Mexicutioner”.

Boxing fans and enthusiast wants Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao to settle in a boxing fight to know who is the best boxer in the world? But fans has been dissapointed in many years.

On May 2, 2015, the long awaited fight between the undefeated Floyd Mayweather and Filipino boxing icon Manny Pacquiao will finally happen in Las Vegas, Nevada. It is said to be the fight of the millennium.

As the fight awaits, Manny Pacquiao, recall his humble beginning into the sports of boxing. He told his story on why and how he got into boxing.

Pacquiao was born in unwealthy family in Kibawe, Bukidnon, Philippines,  his hometown where he resides is  General Santos City.

Pacquiao, recalls his childhood days,due to poorness,There are days  we do not eat rice . water  is the only source that serve as food for us. an interview during his training.

Manny’s Younger Brother and also a professional boxer Bobby Pacquiao, tells about a story about Manny during their childhood, Manny makes way to be able to have money or to find ways to earn money to buy rice.

To be able to help and support his family, Pacquiao decided to start his boxing career at age 16. He won 10 out of 11 boxing match, he lost his flyweight title in 1999.

From 2000-2004, he won 11 straight matches. He fight famous Mexican boxer with the likes of Antonio Barrera, Golden Boy Oscar dela Hoya, Erik Morales, and Juan Manuel Marquez and the rest is history.

As of today Manny Pacquiao is the current congressman of Sarangani, Playing coach of basketball team KIA, in Philippine Basketball Association and a Professional Boxer.