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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Apr 10, 2016

Manny Pacquiao's Fight With Timothy Bradley Not As Exciting And Anticipated As His Past Bouts

MANNY PACQUIAO’S fight versus Timothy Bradley is scheduled today but, haven’t you noticed, there’s not much excitement about it. Unlike during his past matches when everyone was all so thrilled, this time, even the cinemas where there are special screenings say the ticket sales is not as hot as before.

This should not be the case since Pacquiao has declared that this will be his last fight and he will be retiring after this. Some folks say it’s not exciting anymore because this is not his first time to fight with Bradley. “Suki na nga sila kaya wala nang interesado,” says one kibitzer.

If Bradley would win and beat up Pacquiao, we’re sure it’s the gays who the Pambansang Kamao called “Masahol pa sa hayop” will be the first ones to rejoice. They’ll say it’s just a case of karma for him. Well, he’s still a Filipino so personally, we’re still rooting for Manny P.