“Neither gods nor men can foresee when an evil deed will bear its fruit.”
Transform, seek, and destroy.
These are three significant terminologies that are are always associated with Manny Pacquiao whenever he fights in the square ring.
We know that outside the fight arena, he resembles a man who has a personality equivalent to a modern saint. I know this because he sometimes shares some of his vast wealth to unfortunate people who always need some blessings from him anytime they wish.
He always does these kind of things because he knows the feeling of being poverty-stricken. He also suffered this kind of fate when he was still a young kid wandering the murky streets of General Santos City.
Not getting enough food for his family merged with his miserable experiences when he was still an unknown human being. This triggered and awakened the monster living inside of him, which, in the near future, will convert him into one of the deadliest finishers of the sport.
No one could have foreseen this astonishing occurrence except him.
Every time he steps into the ring, a complete transformation of him takes under control. A once respectable and benevolent individual becomes an absolute unstoppable beast whose only craving for blood and carnage can satisfy his sheer hunger.
Many have tried to stop him but only few have survived the severe onslaught that the dark Pacman has brought to them.
Can you imagine this?
You’re standing inside a ring where only you and the devil would fight for the whole 36 minutes of your life. For me it sounds terrifying enough to imagine and undergo, but what if the demon you’re fighting with has inhuman power and speed, and can punch you like someone is hitting you with a baseball bat in the head and the body?
What in the hell are you going to do?
For me, well I can’t really say but to think of it, I could go and pee in my pants right now, no kidding.
On May 2, 2009, we will again see this total transformation and domination that we, fans, are eagerly awaiting. The awakening of this legendary figure is a dangerous indication for the Hitman, Ricky Hatton.
I pity him not because Pacquiao will fully devastate his dreams of becoming the best fighter in the planet, but his beautiful white face will also be damaged and busted come fight night.
I’m not predicting it will really happen but all the warning signs have been constantly appearing in everyday news.
Trust me, news never lies.
The Hitman getting some black eyes in his sparring sessions are already an enormous signal that Pacman can do much more if he can actually taste and feel the precarious fists of the pound-for-pound king of boxing.
We’ll just see it to believe it. It’s only two weeks away and I am getting very hyped for the battle that will test who from both sides of the world is really the best among the rest.
“Violence isn't always evil. What's evil is the infatuation with violence.”
Manny Pacquiao shows who he truly is...inside the boxing ring. A devil who looks straight into your eyes, that's what he is. Are you scared right now? You should be.
Photo credited to Mr. Drain Brain of www.pacfans-corner.com.