The internet is rife with pictures and vid caps of Juan Manuel Marquez caught on cam stepping on Manny Pacman Pacquiao’s foot several times. If it was done once or twice, I’m sure people would have let it go. But too many times, no way! There was even a footage where Marquez was attempting to trap Pacquiao’s foot several times consecutively.
Check out these pictures.
at first I thought they were faked via photoshop again. Like our fake DPWH controversy, but there is an actual video with slow mo you can see here below:
Everyone’s favorite 80s game turns 30, so Google celebrates Pac Man 30th anniversary with icon game. 30 years ago, Pac man hit the stores and arcades and became perhaps one of the most addictive games ever developed. Installed in a large video game box, Pac Man became the favorite after-school and at times during school time-waster, and in online form it still is.
Google proved that today with its’ installation of a “logo-based” Pac Man game placed where the standard Google logo is located on its page. Merely logging on to google.com can enable the user to play the 80s game alread.
Well, you can see how much fun Pac Man can be to play. No wonder it’s lasted 30 years!
Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao
Reigning WBC Lightweight Champion
Reigning WBC Super Featherweight Champion
Reigning RING Super Featherweight Champion
People’s Featherweight Champion, 2003 – 2005
IBF Super Bantamweight Champion, 2001 – 2004
WBC Flyweight Champion, 1998 – 1999
48 Wins (36 by way of Knockout), 3 Loses, 2 Draws
Manny Pacquiao made his debut at the young age of 16, and by the time he was 26, Manny was already a ten-year professional. A former two-time world champion, he won the WBC flyweight world title two weeks before his 20th birthday in December, 1998, and held the title for nearly a year. He held the IBF jr. featherweight world title from June, 2001, until he vacated it on January 15, 2004, to move up to the featherweight division.
There is so much talk about the Pacquiao (48-3-2, 36 KOs) versus Ricky “The Hitman” Hatton (45-1, 32 KOs) for their May 2, 2009 bout.
Just like in the past with Oscar De La Hoya’s fight arrangement disagreement over the purse split, (De La Hoya wanted 70-30, Pacquiao wanted 40), the Pacquiao Hatton fight almost did not push through with a similar disagreement over the purse. Both parties stressed that each had the bigger crowd draw from their home country, thus each demanding a bigger cut from the Pay Per View revenues.