Manny Pacquiao Faced with many enemies in the ring, but now he is in a much more brutal sport … Presidential politics.
Manny says he intends to run for President of the Philippines in next year’s elections. He accepted the nomination of his party, the PDP-Laban Party, at the convention on Sunday. “I’m a fighter and I’ll always be a fighter inside and outside the ring,” Manny told the crowd, “I sincerely, bravely, and humbly want your support.”
The 42-year-old is wearing a hat at the right time … the citizens of the country are fed up with the government, many are demanding change, and Manny may be the change they are looking for. not.
Pacquiao has accused the current administration of terrible corruption. This isn’t the first time he has participated in politics, and in 2016 he was elected to the Senate with over 16 million votes.
As for his platform, he says he will fight poverty and corruption. He lives in poverty early in life and understands it, so he says he is qualified.
Manny gave a disastrous warning to the current corrupt politicians … they “will soon be in jail together.”
If anyone in the United States finds it strange for a boxer to become president of the country … well, meet pots, kettles.