Manny Pacquiao on “Knowing Bros”, from his candidacy for President to his extraordinary good deeds… “He built 1000 houses for homeless people”

Filipino boxing hero Manny Pacquiao showed off a sense of entertainment that captivated the members of ‘Knowing Bros’. 

Manny Pacquiao mentioned prominent players in the past on JTBC’s ‘Knowing Bros‘, which aired on the 22nd. Among them, de la Jolla was mentioned. Dela Jolla he mentioned is a legend who won six weight divisions in boxing history. In response, actor Lee Hoon showed off his knowledge, saying, “Del La Hoya was beaten by Pacquiao so much that he declared a TKO in the 8th round.”

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“The Filipinos didn’t want me to fight with Dela Hoya,” Manny Pacquiao said. “They didn’t want me to get hurt because I was shorter than Hoya.” He then recalled the game, saying, “I’m shorter than him, but I said I can fight in the ring.” At the time, he showed confidence in unfavorable physical conditions and overwhelmed Dela Hoya with a powerful punch. Eventually, he beat Dela Hoya, and after this match, world-class player Dela Hoya retired.

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Asked if he was afraid of the match against Dela Hoya, Manny Pacquiao replied, “No.” Asked if the punch hurt at the time, he then surprised everyone by saying, “It didn’t hurt.” He also confessed, “There were many people who thought I couldn’t win because I was short, but I proved that I could win.

The rival of Manny Pacquiao has also been unveiled. His strong rival was Antonio Margarito, the biggest weight difference among his rivals. Manny Pacquiao also mentioned the game against Joshua Clotti, who threw two punches. 

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Manny Pacquiao also confessed that he was running for the 17th presidential election in the Philippines this year. He confessed that he had run for the sake of maintaining order and prosperity in the country. When asked if he would like to run again, he said, “I still have plans to run again.” Sandara Park, who was in charge of the interpreter, said, “I want to help the people, so I want to run for office.”

Manny Pacquiao’s extraordinary good deeds were also revealed. “We’re building homes for the poor and homeless, and we’re helping thousands of students go to school,” he said. Lee Hoon said, “Manny Pacquiao built 1,000 houses”. 

Manny Pacquiao also revealed why he will play a special boxing match with DKU in Korea in December. “We will use the proceeds of the game to help the war victims and build more free housing in the Philippines,” he said. “We are already building free housing in the Philippines,” drawing admiration once again.

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