MANNY PACQUIAO ON “HOT SEAT” AT HOME OVER FLOYD MAYWEATHER
San Francisco, CA– A writer who used to work for Don King, who many think “unofficially” now works for Manny Pacquiao’s promoter Bob Arum, one Michael “The Menace” Marley, is now reporting that Arum and his company Top Rank will try and go forward with a Floyd Mayweather fight, sooner, rather than later. Reason being, Pacquiao is taking more heat at home in the Philippines by his countryman than he can handle.
NO FIGHT & MANNY WON’T GET ELECTED “DOG CATCHER”
The Filipino people are up in arms over the pablum being fed to them by promoter Arum. And seeing he speaks for Pacquiao, Manny is taking the brunt of the criticism in his homeland. Many Pinoys and Pinays are starting to wonder out loud, “Is Manny Scared Of Floyd?” If not, “Why Won’t He Fight Floyd?” I think I have gone over the reasons that the egomaniac and power thirsty Arum, who all but has had everything his way since the departure of longtime rival Don King, doesn’t want the fight, mainly that he isn’t holding the better hand of cards in the public eye, Mayweather is by agreeing to a 50-50 split!
MANNY HAS LET IT BE KNOWN!
Pacquiao, who has never been the subject of criticism at home, now knows the pain involved in being Arum’s tool. Thus, to his credit Manny has supposedly told Arum to stop bull spitting people about his cut from the November bout with Juan Manuel Marquez fight won’t allow him to be ready on May 5, and to make the fight! Looking at this from purely a political point of view, Pacquiao has to be embarrassed with the way Arum has portrayed him in the media. Scared of needles, superstitious, an unhealed cut, something that everybody in the Philippine can see is not the case.
NOT FIGHTING FLOYD WILL COST PAC POLITICALLY!
Lastly, with Presidential aspirations, Manny Pacquiao doesn’t want to go down in his native country as the man who refused or was afraid of fighting Floyd Mayweather. I can see political opponents dogging him in future campaigns. “If he is afraid of a big mouth American, how can we trust him to fight for you as an elected official?” If this fight does happen in May, it’ll be because the Filipino people are calling Manny out, and at the same time questioning his manhood. Not quite the qualities you want in an elected official!