On Michael Buffer Introducing Manny Pacquiao

It looks like Manny Pacquiao is well on his way to winning Saranggani’s congressional seat. I guess the people of Saranggani really had no choice. I’m sure most of them would have wanted for Pacquiao to finish his boxing career first before representing them but it was either they voted for him now or risked losing him altogether.

We all know what happened in GenSan. Pacquiao lost to Darlene Antonino-Custodio because the people of GenSan wanted Pacquiao to continue his boxing career. Pacquiao didn’t get the message and ditched GenSan for Saranggani.

Anyway, I was just thinking earlier how Michael Buffer would introduce Pacquiao since he is now a congressman. “Fighting out of the red corner, with head trainer Freddie Roach, wearing white with blue, officially weighing 145 pounds. Professional record, 56 fights, 51 wins including 38 knockouts with 3 defeats and 2 draws. From Saranggani province, Philippines; the former flyweight, former super bantamweight, former featherweight, former super featherweight, former lightweight, current junior welterweight, and the reigning and defending WBO welterweight champion of the worrrrrrld, Congressman Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao.”

Man, Buffer should save a lot of air for that!

PS: To all who exercised their right to vote, apir!
PSS: Congrats to my uncle who is now the Mayor-elect of Angeles City. Hopefully, our city can relive its glory days.

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    • Kim Lineses
    • May 11th, 2010

    Mooky here was saying the same thing all day long, except that he adds: “From the lone legislative district of Saranggani… the Honorable Congresman Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao”. Yeah, Buffer would probably gasp for more air than usual. =D

  1. KIM! wow. the first comment from a former office mate. What up?

    Mooky is right (I rarely say that but bear with me), I should have added “from the lone district of” and “honorable.” It could have made the introduction more dramatic.

    Hopefully, Pacquiao doesn’t end up knocking his opponent out in a single round or else the introduction could be longer than the fight itself.

    Thanks for dropping by!

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