Manny Pacquiao Quotes

Boxing is not about your feelings. It’s about performance.


I’m always having fun in training and in boxing. I think it’s because boxing is my passion.


Boxing is a sport. We allow each other to hit each other, but I’m not treating my opponent like my enemy. We’re doing a job to entertain people.


For me, boxing isn’t about hurting each other. Boxing is entertainment and making people happy.


Anyone will succeed in whatever field of endeavor in life by acquiring the same virtues and character that boxing world champions do – dedication, perseverance, courage, extreme self-discipline and prayers


The religion is a personal thing in my life and fighting in the ring, it’s boxing. It’s my profession. God always gives me strength.


The biggest fight in my life is not in boxing. The biggest fight in my life is how to end poverty in my country.


I never compare myself to anybody. I don’t look at my accomplishments compared to anyone. I’m happy with what I’ve accomplished in boxing.


I’m doing this for my family and my country.


A fighter’s dream is to win a world title and gain financial stability.
But what is happening to me now is the most humbling experience of my life. It is a great honor for me to be the face of my people and to let everyone know we are a small but mighty country. I have great pride for all of the Filipinos living throughout the world and it is these people that I fight for each and every time I step into the ring.


We have a job to do. After the fight, I’ll love him.


I want to be the best fighter. I would like to fight in the biggest fights.


The religion is a personal thing in my life and fighting in the ring, it’s boxing. It’s my profession. God always gives me strength.


I want to prove that he’s wrong – he’s wearing a t-shirt that says he won the last two fights.


Even the president is watching the fight.


I’m surprised that the fight was kind of easy.


The biggest fight in my life is not in boxing. The biggest fight in my life is how to end poverty in my country.


It’s very relaxing for me to sing. It’s a good break from the hard training and the fighting.


It’s important for me to win the fight, but it’s not the most important thing. The most important thing is to show people who spend their hard-earned money that they can be entertained by the way I fight.


I remember as a little boy I ate one meal a day and sometimes slept in the street. I will never forget that and it inspires me to fight hard, stay strong and remember all the people of my country, trying to achieve better for themselves.


I still think about the time when I was fighting for my first real big fight against [Marco Antonio] Barrera back in 2002. I know he can come in thinking that he has nothing to lose, and that’s why I have to be aware of that.Always be prepared.


I am very happy that Floyd Mayweather and I can give the fans the fight they have wanted for so many years. They have waited long enough and they deserve it. It is their mandate. It is an honor to be part of this historic event. I dedicate this fight to all the fans who willed this fight to happen and, as always, to bring glory to the Philippines and my fellow Filipinos around the world.


I say to Floyd Mayweather Jr., don’t be a coward and face me in the ring, mano a mano, and shut your big, pretty mouth so we can show the world who is the true king of the ring,


If you practice hard, you can win every battle.


It’s important for me to win the fight, but it’s not the most important thing. The most important thing is to show people who spend their hard-earned money that they can be entertained by the way I fight.


“I want to let people know that there is God who can raise someone from nothing into something. And that’s me. I came from nothing into something and I owe everything to God. He gave me this blessing. It’s all credit to the Lord.” – Manny Pacquiao


“I’ve always fought for my country, showing that Filipinos are strong people and can do anything that they put their minds to.” – Manny Pacquiao


“This is not about my comeback. My victory is a symbol of my people’s comeback from a natural disaster and a national tragedy.” – Manny Pacquiao


I will do my best, and I promise I will give this guy a fight, and I have to win this fight.


It depends on my promoter, Bob Arum.

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