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PostPosted: Fri Mar 26, 2010 10:42 pm 
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Pacquiao pays it forward
By By Izah Morales, Yahoo! Southeast Asia Friday March 26, 2010 06:44 pm PHT

Everyone looks up to him as their hero, their own personal idol. Everyone wants to have their photo taken with him. He was feted like a rock star at the 10th Gabriel "Flash" Elorde Annual Memorial Awards-Banquet of Champions.



But in spite of being surrounded by fans, Manny Pacquiao stood up from his table and approached Zeta Celestino Oliveros Gorres or Z "The Dream" Gorres, who collapsed after his victory against Colombian Luis Melendez in November 2009.



Pacquiao chatted with the wheelchair-bound Gorres for a few minutes before handing him an envelope and quietly returned to his table to continue signing autographs for fans who lined up to get some one-on-one time with this living legend.



"Masaya ako at nakabalik na si Z-Gorres dito sa Pilipinas. Naniniwala ako na ang Pilipinong boksingero ay matibay, malakas at matatag, [I'm happy that Z Gorres is back here in the Philippines. I have faith that Filipino boxers are strong.]" said Pacquiao, who was awarded as Boxer of the Decade on March 25, 2010, incidentally the 25th death anniversary of Hall of Famer Gabriel "Flash" Elorde.



In his thanksgiving speech Pacquiao said, "We all desire to have a sense of meaning, a sense of purpose, a sense of contribution. We all desire to leave a legacy."



"Isang napakalaking karangalan ang iginawad nyo sa akin ngayong gabi. Ito'y hindi ko makakalimutan habang ako'y nabubuhay, [You have bestowed a great honor upon me tonight. Something I will never forget for as long as I live.]," he added.



Pacquiao told Yahoo! Southeast Asia that he wanted to pay it forward through supporting Filipino boxers.



"May mga boksingero akong hawak ngayon. Tinutulungan ko sila sa promotional company ko, ‘yung MP promotions. Tinutulungan natin silang lumaban sa abroad, sa Amerika, [I'm helping young boxers through my promotional company called MP promotions, which paves the way for them to fight outside the Philippines.]" said Pacquiao.



Pacquiao recognized other boxers' effort who brought honor to the country.

"Sa bawat laban ko, ang aking hangad ay makapagbigay ng karangalan sa ating bansa. Hindi lamang ako kung, hindi lahat ng boksingero ngayon dito ay nakapagbigay ng karangalan, [In every fight, I strive to bring honor to the country. All the boxers present here this evening have given honor to the country.]" said Pacquiao.



Pacquiao summed up his speech with this quotable quote, "What we do in life echoes in eternity."

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 26, 2010 10:59 pm 
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How Gerry became one of the boxer of the year?????? He lost all his latest fights.... Its all politics at least for Gerry!


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 26, 2010 11:11 pm 
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that was worth the read. 8)


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 27, 2010 12:23 am 
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How Gerry became one of the boxer of the year?????? He lost all his latest fights.... Its all politics at least for Gerry!


Probably sort of like "Lifetime Achievement Award".

I have no problem with it. Gerry showed his fighting spirit against JuanMa, and should have been awarded the decision against Morel. At least they recognized Gerry for his prior accomplishments. Maybe his kumpare Manny Pacquiao pushed to have this for Gerry.

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Pacquiao pays it forward
By By Izah Morales, Yahoo! Southeast Asia Friday March 26, 2010 06:44 pm PHT

Everyone looks up to him as their hero, their own personal idol. Everyone wants to have their photo taken with him. He was feted like a rock star at the 10th Gabriel "Flash" Elorde Annual Memorial Awards-Banquet of Champions.



But in spite of being surrounded by fans, Manny Pacquiao stood up from his table and approached Zeta Celestino Oliveros Gorres or Z "The Dream" Gorres, who collapsed after his victory against Colombian Luis Melendez in November 2009.



Pacquiao chatted with the wheelchair-bound Gorres for a few minutes before handing him an envelope and quietly returned to his table to continue signing autographs for fans who lined up to get some one-on-one time with this living legend.



"Masaya ako at nakabalik na si Z-Gorres dito sa Pilipinas. Naniniwala ako na ang Pilipinong boksingero ay matibay, malakas at matatag, [I'm happy that Z Gorres is back here in the Philippines. I have faith that Filipino boxers are strong.]" said Pacquiao, who was awarded as Boxer of the Decade on March 25, 2010, incidentally the 25th death anniversary of Hall of Famer Gabriel "Flash" Elorde.



In his thanksgiving speech Pacquiao said, "We all desire to have a sense of meaning, a sense of purpose, a sense of contribution. We all desire to leave a legacy."



"Isang napakalaking karangalan ang iginawad nyo sa akin ngayong gabi. Ito'y hindi ko makakalimutan habang ako'y nabubuhay, [You have bestowed a great honor upon me tonight. Something I will never forget for as long as I live.]," he added.



Pacquiao told Yahoo! Southeast Asia that he wanted to pay it forward through supporting Filipino boxers.



"May mga boksingero akong hawak ngayon. Tinutulungan ko sila sa promotional company ko, ‘yung MP promotions. Tinutulungan natin silang lumaban sa abroad, sa Amerika, [I'm helping young boxers through my promotional company called MP promotions, which paves the way for them to fight outside the Philippines.]" said Pacquiao.



Pacquiao recognized other boxers' effort who brought honor to the country.

"Sa bawat laban ko, ang aking hangad ay makapagbigay ng karangalan sa ating bansa. Hindi lamang ako kung, hindi lahat ng boksingero ngayon dito ay nakapagbigay ng karangalan, [In every fight, I strive to bring honor to the country. All the boxers present here this evening have given honor to the country.]" said Pacquiao.



Pacquiao summed up his speech with this quotable quote, "What we do in life echoes in eternity."


wow that's a line from the movie "TROY" I know he used the spiderman movie quote "with great power comes great responsibility!" before now he's going for the greek mythology!! at anyrate Pacman you are the best and the pride and honor of our country!! :celebrate: :toast: :combo:

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 27, 2010 2:15 am 
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fil79 wrote:
Trent Reznor wrote:
http://ph.promo.yahoo.com/ringside-with-manny/article?blogid=yblog&postid=66&viewPost=1

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Pacquiao pays it forward
By By Izah Morales, Yahoo! Southeast Asia Friday March 26, 2010 06:44 pm PHT

Everyone looks up to him as their hero, their own personal idol. Everyone wants to have their photo taken with him. He was feted like a rock star at the 10th Gabriel "Flash" Elorde Annual Memorial Awards-Banquet of Champions.



But in spite of being surrounded by fans, Manny Pacquiao stood up from his table and approached Zeta Celestino Oliveros Gorres or Z "The Dream" Gorres, who collapsed after his victory against Colombian Luis Melendez in November 2009.



Pacquiao chatted with the wheelchair-bound Gorres for a few minutes before handing him an envelope and quietly returned to his table to continue signing autographs for fans who lined up to get some one-on-one time with this living legend.



"Masaya ako at nakabalik na si Z-Gorres dito sa Pilipinas. Naniniwala ako na ang Pilipinong boksingero ay matibay, malakas at matatag, [I'm happy that Z Gorres is back here in the Philippines. I have faith that Filipino boxers are strong.]" said Pacquiao, who was awarded as Boxer of the Decade on March 25, 2010, incidentally the 25th death anniversary of Hall of Famer Gabriel "Flash" Elorde.



In his thanksgiving speech Pacquiao said, "We all desire to have a sense of meaning, a sense of purpose, a sense of contribution. We all desire to leave a legacy."



"Isang napakalaking karangalan ang iginawad nyo sa akin ngayong gabi. Ito'y hindi ko makakalimutan habang ako'y nabubuhay, [You have bestowed a great honor upon me tonight. Something I will never forget for as long as I live.]," he added.



Pacquiao told Yahoo! Southeast Asia that he wanted to pay it forward through supporting Filipino boxers.



"May mga boksingero akong hawak ngayon. Tinutulungan ko sila sa promotional company ko, ‘yung MP promotions. Tinutulungan natin silang lumaban sa abroad, sa Amerika, [I'm helping young boxers through my promotional company called MP promotions, which paves the way for them to fight outside the Philippines.]" said Pacquiao.



Pacquiao recognized other boxers' effort who brought honor to the country.

"Sa bawat laban ko, ang aking hangad ay makapagbigay ng karangalan sa ating bansa. Hindi lamang ako kung, hindi lahat ng boksingero ngayon dito ay nakapagbigay ng karangalan, [In every fight, I strive to bring honor to the country. All the boxers present here this evening have given honor to the country.]" said Pacquiao.



Pacquiao summed up his speech with this quotable quote, "What we do in life echoes in eternity."


wow that's a line from the movie "TROY" I know he used the spiderman movie quote "with great power comes great responsibility!" before now he's going for the greek mythology!! at anyrate Pacman you are the best and the pride and honor of our country!! :celebrate: :toast: :combo:


you are soooo wrong its from the movie Gladiator (yr.200) one of its very famous tag line how can u missed that one?... :?

Three weeks from now,
I will be harvesting my crops.
Imagine where you will be,
and it will be so.

Hold the line!
Stay with me!

If you find yourself alone…

riding in green fields
with the sun on your face…
do not be troubled.
For you are in Elysium,
and you’re already dead!

Brothers…
what we do in life…
echoes in eternity.


Maximus in the Gladiator


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fil79 wrote:
Trent Reznor wrote:
http://ph.promo.yahoo.com/ringside-with-manny/article?blogid=yblog&postid=66&viewPost=1

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Pacquiao pays it forward
By By Izah Morales, Yahoo! Southeast Asia Friday March 26, 2010 06:44 pm PHT

Everyone looks up to him as their hero, their own personal idol. Everyone wants to have their photo taken with him. He was feted like a rock star at the 10th Gabriel "Flash" Elorde Annual Memorial Awards-Banquet of Champions.



But in spite of being surrounded by fans, Manny Pacquiao stood up from his table and approached Zeta Celestino Oliveros Gorres or Z "The Dream" Gorres, who collapsed after his victory against Colombian Luis Melendez in November 2009.



Pacquiao chatted with the wheelchair-bound Gorres for a few minutes before handing him an envelope and quietly returned to his table to continue signing autographs for fans who lined up to get some one-on-one time with this living legend.



"Masaya ako at nakabalik na si Z-Gorres dito sa Pilipinas. Naniniwala ako na ang Pilipinong boksingero ay matibay, malakas at matatag, [I'm happy that Z Gorres is back here in the Philippines. I have faith that Filipino boxers are strong.]" said Pacquiao, who was awarded as Boxer of the Decade on March 25, 2010, incidentally the 25th death anniversary of Hall of Famer Gabriel "Flash" Elorde.



In his thanksgiving speech Pacquiao said, "We all desire to have a sense of meaning, a sense of purpose, a sense of contribution. We all desire to leave a legacy."



"Isang napakalaking karangalan ang iginawad nyo sa akin ngayong gabi. Ito'y hindi ko makakalimutan habang ako'y nabubuhay, [You have bestowed a great honor upon me tonight. Something I will never forget for as long as I live.]," he added.



Pacquiao told Yahoo! Southeast Asia that he wanted to pay it forward through supporting Filipino boxers.



"May mga boksingero akong hawak ngayon. Tinutulungan ko sila sa promotional company ko, ‘yung MP promotions. Tinutulungan natin silang lumaban sa abroad, sa Amerika, [I'm helping young boxers through my promotional company called MP promotions, which paves the way for them to fight outside the Philippines.]" said Pacquiao.



Pacquiao recognized other boxers' effort who brought honor to the country.

"Sa bawat laban ko, ang aking hangad ay makapagbigay ng karangalan sa ating bansa. Hindi lamang ako kung, hindi lahat ng boksingero ngayon dito ay nakapagbigay ng karangalan, [In every fight, I strive to bring honor to the country. All the boxers present here this evening have given honor to the country.]" said Pacquiao.



Pacquiao summed up his speech with this quotable quote, "What we do in life echoes in eternity."


wow that's a line from the movie "TROY" I know he used the spiderman movie quote "with great power comes great responsibility!" before now he's going for the greek mythology!! at anyrate Pacman you are the best and the pride and honor of our country!! :celebrate: :toast: :combo:


you are soooo wrong its from the movie Gladiator (yr.200) one of its very famous tag line how can u missed that one?... :?

Three weeks from now,
I will be harvesting my crops.
Imagine where you will be,
and it will be so.

Hold the line!
Stay with me!

If you find yourself alone…

riding in green fields
with the sun on your face…
do not be troubled.
For you are in Elysium,
and you’re already dead!

Brothers…
what we do in life…
echoes in eternity.


Maximus in the Gladiator



oops!! thanks for the correction bro! :toast:

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 27, 2010 2:43 am 
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Pacquiao summed up his speech with this quotable quote, "What we do in life echoes in eternity."


:shock: maximus pacquios? :lol: hanep ka talaga packy. :bounce1:

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 27, 2010 2:45 am 
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Would have been better if he were original, or his speechwriters were.


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 27, 2010 3:35 am 
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This photo doesn't need any captions. It's beautiful.
Had their destiny been reversed, I'm sure Manny would
have appreciate the same gesture of a fellow prize fighter.







Oooops, I did place a caption. :?


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 27, 2010 11:22 am 
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Pacximus......

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i doubt gayweather would do the same thing.

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 27, 2010 9:46 pm 
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ang bait talaga ni pacquiao.
God bless you pacquiao.

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