What is the house of Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao looks like?
Manny Pacquiao has a lot of properties in the Philippines and these are not ordinary, but huge. He got more of it outside the Philippines. One of his properties, Pacquiao’s residence, that was featured in MTV:Cribs is located in LA, California.
It has a 4,500 sq. ft area with 5 bedrooms, for his kids and the master’s bedroom. With a 5.5 baths and a beautiful kitchen for his wife. There is even a fireplace beside the swimming pool to keep them warm during night swimming.
You have to watch the video to see his residence…
Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao won against Antonio Margarito in the 12th round.
A series of blows were taken by Antonio Margarito by Manny Pacquaio during the first three rounds. Margarito was hurt on his right eye and was badly swollen and bleeding.
Pacquaio landed at 35 out of 65 to Margarito at Round 8.
Manny proves that the height doesn’t matter. He keeps on giving his punching techniques and constantly hitting Margarito. Showing his intelligence and smartness are his ultimate weapon this time.
Margarito is badly hurt, see the photos.
Results of Punches:
Manny Pacquiao thrown 1069 and landed 474.
MANNY PACQUIAO WON!!!
Pacquiao made hits at Margarito during the 3rd round and Antonio Margarito thought that he will not be hurt by Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao. Well, he’s wrong, see the photo.
Antonio Margarito’s right eye was totally swollen up and seems this is the target of Pacquiao during the Round 7.
Again, Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao made the Filipinos proud for his victory against Joshua Clottey.
It was celebrated by millions of Filipinos worldwide.
He was called by the Palace to meet with President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo together with her husband First Gentleman Atty. Jose Miguel Arroyo.
“Congratulations! Thank you for doing our country proud,” the President told Pacquiao.
A three-layered ginger-barako coffee-chocolate cake was given to Manny Pacquiao, which was especially prepared by Palace chefs Kristen Mae Andres and Lilibeth Biliones.
Each concentric round layer of the cake, which weighed 12 kilos and stood 11 inches tall, was colored red, blue and white to symbolize the colors of the Philippine flag.
The fight has been the best experience of the Manny Pacquiao fans as well as Joshua Clottey’s followers.
Twelve rounds of boxing with 75 punches thrown by Manny Pacquiao to Joshua Clottey. The first three rounds showed the technique of Joshua Clottey where no one else had thought of that against Manny Pacquiao. Every skin of Clottey’s face was covered with his black-gloved-fists all throughout every rounds.
I thought that Joshua Clottey’s strategy may end up on the ninth round just to let Manny Pacquiao release his energy and be drained. Clottey’s tactics didn’t work, so he decided to cover his jaws until round 12.
Everyone were so pissed off by this cover-it-all strategy of Clottey and so was Manny. It is not on his fighting nature to be easily pissed off, but this fight is just too much for him.
Two fists were released by MannyPacquiao and landed on to Clottey’s. Watch the video…
Manny Pacquiao’s PRODUCTS:
Manny Pacquiao vs. Joshua Clottey fight will be on March 13, 2010. That will be on Saturday at 8:00 PM at Dallas Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
Who is not excited to see this fight? Raise your right hand and say, I shouldn’t read this post on the first place. You’re reading it right now, so you’re interested and excited, right?
Enough of that, have you ever wondered how much does the ticket of Manny Pacquiao vs. Joshua Clottey fight cost?
Let me start at the poor man’s seats, the Mezanine. This is the farthest part from the ring. You can see Pacquiao as tiny as your little finger. It also depends on what Mezanine are you at. It might be in the corner part where the view of that corner ring post may block those low blows or right on the center ring, a perfect view for a low budgeter. That, my friend, will cost you from $35 to $236 range.
We will go straight to the heart, the Ringside. This is the area where you can view the fight at its best, but still depending on the radius you’re at from the ring. Ranging from $417 to $7,500, you can view the fight with a closer radius from the ring where you could also throw mineral water at the fighters. That’s bad, don’t you ever do that.
Kidding aside, this is what the Ringside Seat looks like and how much each seat costs.
FL1 – Ranging from $417 to $3,495
FL3 – Ranging from $648 to $3,695
FL4– Ranging from $487 to $2,965
FL5 – Ranging from $526 to $1,650
FL6 – Ranging from $684 to $2,975
FL7 – Ranging from $470 to $919
FL8 – Ranging from $486 to $7,500
You have one week to save for the fight. If you can’t afford one, you can still watch it on free TV.