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PostPosted: Sun Nov 26, 2006 6:45 am 
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Is it a bad idea if Manny will help this poor man's survivor? or, at least help raise funds for these po folks?

Gumikan sa nanobrang kalipay sa kadaugan sa iyang paboritong boksidor nga si Manny ''Pacman'' Pacquiao niadtong milabay''ng Domingo, usa ka construction worker ang gituuhang giatake sa sakit ug namatay atubangan mismo sa telebisyon.

Ang biktima giilang si George Bugna, Sr.47, kinsa driver sa usa ka construction firm ug nagpuyo diha sa sitio Dakit sa barangay Kabituonan sa dakbayan sa Toledo.

Ang asawa sa biktima nga si Lydia kinsa nakahinabi sa DyLA kagahapon mitug-an nga kalit lang nga migahi ug miungot ang baba sa biktima human kini magmustra sa aksyon sa boksing nila ni Pacquiao ug Erik Morales.

Nianang tungora ang iyang bana uban sa iyang mga anak nag-alirong sa atubangan sa ilang telebisyon niadtong tungora, gani si Bugna nagyaka lang sa sawog ug nagkisi-kisi sa kalipay matag mobarag si Morales inig kaigo sa kumo ni Pacquiao gikan pa sa pagsugod sa round hangtud sa third round.

Matud pa migahi ang lawas sa biktima ug nahagba sa salog human usab mapalid sa katapusang sukmag ni Pacquiao si Morales kinsa niadtong tungora nayaka ug mipakita na og disgustong di na mopadayon og away sa Pinoy boxer.

Nagtuo ang mga anak ni George nga nagkomedya lang kini nga diha sa salog tungod kay iyang kinaiyang lingawon ang mga anak apan dihang wala gyud kini mobangon ila na kining gisusi ug gidala sa Toledo district hospital diin kini gideklarar nga dead on arrival.

Ang insidente wala ma-report ngadto sa kapolisan apan usa ka paryente ni Bugna nga non-uniform-personnel sa Toledo police station nga si Josie Maaba,42, kinsa gikahinabi sa Banat News mitug-an nga lagsik kaayo ang lawas sa namatay ug wala kini balatiang gihambin.

"Di ni siya masakiton, maayo gyud ni siya og lawas wala gyud ni siya sukad maadmit sa hospital tungod sa sakit," asoy pa ni Bugna.

Nagtuo si Maaba nga tungod lang sa sobrang kalipay niini ug dakong pagsuporta kang Pacquiao kinsa midaog usab wala damhang matandog niini ang posibleng sakit nga daan ng diha sa iyang lawas.


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translation please :peace:


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You already started a thread like this in Manny the Destroyer forum.


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ikan sa nanobrang kalipay sa kadaugan sa iyang paboritong boksidor nga si Manny ''Pacman'' Pacquiao niadtong milabay''ng Domingo, usa ka construction worker ang gituuhang giatake sa sakit ug namatay atubangan mismo sa telebisyon.
Due to his overjoy with his favorite boxer's, Manny Pacquiao, victory last Sunday one construction worker had a heart attack and died in front of a tv.

Sad.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 26, 2006 9:16 am 
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PAC-EM trilogy.......3 casualties.....one for every fight.....!!!!


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 26, 2006 9:19 am 
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Hehe, would be nice to get a translation on that. Is that Bisaya? I can understand a little bit of it since i'm from sorsogon just near samar. Di naman ata Waray yan no?


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Ramrod25 wrote:
PAC-EM trilogy.......3 casualties.....one for every fight.....!!!!

I heard in the news two were hurt too trying to fix their antennas.
I remember Riddick Bowe sending $40,000 to the family of a man who died fixing his antenna during a heavy rain. He was going to watch Bowe fight Holyfield I believe.
God bless Riddick Bowe.


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JoeyInCali wrote:
Ramrod25 wrote:
PAC-EM trilogy.......3 casualties.....one for every fight.....!!!!

I heard in the news two were hurt too trying to fix their antennas.
I remember Riddick Bowe sending $40,000 to the family of a man who died fixing his antenna during a heavy rain. He was going to watch Bowe fight Holyfield I believe.
God bless Riddick Bowe.




Will Pacquiao follow Mr. Bowe's example?


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heroe_del_silencio wrote:
JoeyInCali wrote:
Ramrod25 wrote:
PAC-EM trilogy.......3 casualties.....one for every fight.....!!!!

I heard in the news two were hurt too trying to fix their antennas.
I remember Riddick Bowe sending $40,000 to the family of a man who died fixing his antenna during a heavy rain. He was going to watch Bowe fight Holyfield I believe.
God bless Riddick Bowe.




Will Pacquiao follow Mr. Bowe's example?


i believe he will.. btw, was there any incidents like this in Mexico?

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Thats Bisaya. This things happens everytime Pac fights a big fight. Happened during PAc-EM II. I was in the PI and my neighbor had a stroke :(
He's OK now but he had right side weakness.


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paoxav wrote:
heroe_del_silencio wrote:
JoeyInCali wrote:
Ramrod25 wrote:
PAC-EM trilogy.......3 casualties.....one for every fight.....!!!!

I heard in the news two were hurt too trying to fix their antennas.
I remember Riddick Bowe sending $40,000 to the family of a man who died fixing his antenna during a heavy rain. He was going to watch Bowe fight Holyfield I believe.
God bless Riddick Bowe.




Will Pacquiao follow Mr. Bowe's example?


i believe he will.. btw, was there any incidents like this in Mexico?



I think he will if he still have money left after the leeches thru with him..


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paoxav wrote:
heroe_del_silencio wrote:
JoeyInCali wrote:
Ramrod25 wrote:
PAC-EM trilogy.......3 casualties.....one for every fight.....!!!!

I heard in the news two were hurt too trying to fix their antennas.
I remember Riddick Bowe sending $40,000 to the family of a man who died fixing his antenna during a heavy rain. He was going to watch Bowe fight Holyfield I believe.
God bless Riddick Bowe.




Will Pacquiao follow Mr. Bowe's example?


i believe he will.. btw, was there any incidents like this in Mexico?


If there were, they were not reported on Mexico's leading sports newspapers. However, I would not be surprised if someone who bet the house, car and wife had a heart attack when they saw Morales sitting on the canvass.


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heroe_del_silencio wrote:
paoxav wrote:
heroe_del_silencio wrote:
JoeyInCali wrote:
Ramrod25 wrote:
PAC-EM trilogy.......3 casualties.....one for every fight.....!!!!

I heard in the news two were hurt too trying to fix their antennas.
I remember Riddick Bowe sending $40,000 to the family of a man who died fixing his antenna during a heavy rain. He was going to watch Bowe fight Holyfield I believe.
God bless Riddick Bowe.




Will Pacquiao follow Mr. Bowe's example?


i believe he will.. btw, was there any incidents like this in Mexico?


If there were, they were not reported on Mexico's leading sports newspapers. However, I would not be surprised if someone who bet the house, car and wife had a heart attack when they saw Morales sitting on the canvass.


thx for the info.. lol, those were really the true fans of boxing.. willing to bet a part or even their lives on their fighter.. unlike the trolls, clows and nuthuggers in the forums which are pure talks.. lmao

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paoxav wrote:
heroe_del_silencio wrote:
paoxav wrote:
heroe_del_silencio wrote:
JoeyInCali wrote:
Ramrod25 wrote:
PAC-EM trilogy.......3 casualties.....one for every fight.....!!!!

I heard in the news two were hurt too trying to fix their antennas.
I remember Riddick Bowe sending $40,000 to the family of a man who died fixing his antenna during a heavy rain. He was going to watch Bowe fight Holyfield I believe.
God bless Riddick Bowe.




Will Pacquiao follow Mr. Bowe's example?


i believe he will.. btw, was there any incidents like this in Mexico?


If there were, they were not reported on Mexico's leading sports newspapers. However, I would not be surprised if someone who bet the house, car and wife had a heart attack when they saw Morales sitting on the canvass.


thx for the info.. lol, those were really the true fans of boxing.. willing to bet a part or even their lives on their fighter.. unlike the trolls, clows and nuthuggers in the forums which are pure talks.. lmao


No kidding. My heart was ponding like crazy right before the beel rang. It then went away as Morales landed the first punch. Then it came back when Morales was in serious trouble. It's all like an adrenaline rush. However, I can see how some extreme fanatics can have a heart attack.

By the way, betting does not make you a hardcore boxing fan. Millions of people bet money only when De La Hoya fights, and don't give a crap about boxing after that fight. I don't usually bet, by the way. Do you?


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Did we get any news of this kind after manny Pacquiao was in bloody mess and was defeated in the EM-MP II or even after a draw fight with JMM?...or news of this kind surmounts only after Manny wins?


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