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PACQUIAO’S VICTORY IS THE VICTORY OF THE WHOLE NATION – GO

Senator Bong Go filed a resolution congratulating and commending Senator Emmanuel “Manny” Pacquiao for defeating reigning World Boxing Association (WBA) Super Welterweight Champion Keith Thurman recently at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

“His victory is the victory of the whole nation. His life story, hard work and dedication to serve God and the people is an inspiration to all Filipinos,” Go said.

“Muli mo na namang naipakita sa buong mundo ang galing ng Pinoy sa larangan ng sports. Maraming salamat sa patuloy na pagbibigay mo ng karangalan sa bansa. Mabuhay ka, Pambansang Kamao!” the legislator added.

“Pacquiao has continually brought immense pride and joy to all Filipinos.”

In Senate Resolution No. 20, Go said that Pacquiao has “continually brought immense pride and joy to all Filipinos through his accomplishments in his professional boxing career.”

“Senator Manny Pacquiao has managed to accomplish what no other boxer in history has accomplished.”

“Over the course of his long and decorated career, Senator Manny Pacquiao has managed to accomplish what no other boxer in history has accomplished,” the lawmaker said in the resolution.

“He has captured 12 world-titles in eight separate weight divisions, marking an unprecedented ascent up the scales,” the resolution further stated.

The senator also recounted Pacquiao’s boxing journey, from his win over Flyweight lineal champion Chachai Sasakul of Thailand at 112 pounds, to his victory over Antonio Margarito of Mexico to capture the super welterweight title at 154 points, up until his recent victories at the stage of his career where most fighters have retired or greatly regressed in their skill.

The senator also recounted Pacquiao’s boxing journey, from his win over Flyweight lineal champion Chachai Sasakul of Thailand at 112 pounds, to his victory over Antonio Margarito of Mexico to capture the super welterweight title at 154 points, up until his recent victories at the stage of his career where most fighters have retired or greatly regressed in their skill.

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