Manny Pacquiao’s Boxing Retirement: Far from Over

| August 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

Boxing legend Manny Pacquiao does not entertain those feasible ideas of retiring from boxing, which has given him the best of both worlds. In fact, his longtime trainer and mentor Freddie Roach is returning to the country for their much awaited training for his upcoming fight this year. He is set to keep him-self in shape by doing these tedious processes in General Santos City. Speaking of his new endeavors in the field of Philippine sports, Pacquiao is the new head coach of Kia Pride Motors in the Philippine Basketball Association.

World boxing champion Manny Pacquiao is not yet retiring.

World boxing champion Manny Pacquiao is not yet retiring.

Although he is set to fight in November, he is very much determined to become one of the winningest coach in the PBA next to former Crispa and Great Taste mentor Virgilio Baby Dalupan. In response to his detractors that he cannot serve two masters at a time, he time and again said that he could be both a basketball coach and a boxer. Perhaps, all it takes is time management no more, no less. In his previous interviews he said that he always wanted to be in the hardcourt long before he signed a contract to become a world-renowned boxer. Therefore, he also wanted to share his inherent skills and talents as a would be basketball player. Aside from all of these things, he is in the same way a lawmaker. Thus, if Pacquiao was able to become as such; he could also be a colossal name in local basketball. After all, he said that he is not the type of person who will chase after something that he is not really sure of.

Let us give Manny Pacquiao the chance to do his thing inside a basketball arena. God will always give him the chance to shine because Pacquiao loves everything that he does with all his heart.

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