Successful Filipino Manny Pacquiao Boxing Disadvantaged
SINGAPORE – world boxing champion, Manny Pacquiao has inspired the young Filipino boxers to come out of poverty by becoming a professional boxer.
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Filipino boxer, Manny Pacquiao (AFP/GABRIEL BOUYS)
World boxing champion, Manny Pacquiao has inspired the young Filipino boxers to come out of poverty by becoming a professional boxer.
The condition causes the boxers were seeking a shortcut to jumpto the professional boxing arena without going through the levels of amateur boxing. This was disclosed by Manny Pinol, a former governor of North Cotabato yanng also a boxing gym manager “Braveheart.”
Philippines, a country with 100 million in habitants and the glorious history of boxing amtir, will send only one boxer to the 2012 London Olympics. This condition causes the state treasury will be difficult to add Olympic medals consisting of 2 silver and 3 bronze.
“Success boxer Manny Pacquiao and some others such as Nonito Donaire damage amateur boxing coaching for all the young boxers see themselves direct the Philippines as Pacquiao,” Pinol said.
“They do not want to go through the amateur level because of poor money. Moreover, it won the Olympic gold medal is much more difficult than it won the world title,” said Pinol.