Pacquiao Has the Double-Barreled Cannons of Napoleon Bonaparte! Part I

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Pacquiao Has the Double-Barreled Cannons of Napoleon Bonaparte! Part I
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Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao has just acquired the double-barrelled cannons of Napoleon Bonaparte!

This amazing boxer recently showcased this weaponry in his recent demolition job. He mercilessly pounded the Englishman Hatton to submission with his double-barrelled canon.

And let that be a fair warning to all  challengers to his throne as the best pound for pound boxer in the world.

But first things first, what is really this so called "double-barreled" cannons of Napoleon Bonaparte?

By the double-barreled cannons of Napoleon we mean that the legendary cannons of this war genius are packed together in pairs thus producing the maximum impact and destructions to enemy forces.

And although Napoleon himself only came short of doing this, the legendary trainer of Pacquiao has succesfully transformed his prize ward's left and right fists into such devastating intruments of destruction.

We all know from History that this little General waged the so called Napoleonic Wars in Europe in the early 1800. And, in time, he almost succeeded in making France the master of the civilized world. 

It took the combined Allied Armies of the Britain,The Netherlands, Belgium, and Prussia (Germany) to  put a stop to the little General's expansionist dream. One match-up was 234,000 men for the Allied Forces versus a mere 128,000 men for Napoleon.

Other battles of Napoleon saw him crushing the much bigger armies of his enemies with a match-up of two-to-one in favor of his enemies. However, Napoleon still prevailed!

Something similar to what Pacquiao is doing today in boxing. He just won his fourth Linear Title from Hatton in less than two years and the sixth world title in his carrear.

In the so called Classical War in Europe, Napoleon's cannons played a very important role in his victories as Napoleon's war secret lies in his cannons that were exceptionally mobile.

Although in the case of Pacquiao, it is no secret that both his fists are like the two-barreled-cannons of Napoleon and that the same are mobile too due to Pacquiao's exceptional footspeed.  

Battles that were waged in multiple fronts found Napoleon's cannon moved swiftly from one location to another. And even cannons deployed from losing fronts were swiftly rolled to other fronts where they were needed thereby maximizing their utilization and destruction to enemy forces.

Opposing armies found no answer to Napoleon's mobile cannons. What more, his cannons were bigger than those used by his enemies!

Pacquiao's double-barrelled cannons are also very mobile as shown in his recent fights. He was so mobile in his fight that it frustrated Dela Hoya no end. Pacquiao's agility is a real advantage for the boxer they call "Pacman"!

In chess, the cannons are the heavy pieces (two rooks and the queen) and are strategically placed in the the last row and are normaly used starting in the middle game.

Imagine what big advantage a chess player would have if on top of the regular heavy pieces, two pawns in the front row are immediately converted into another pair of heavy pieces and the original heavy pieces are mobile in their locations easily deployed where they are needed most!

That my friend is the real advantage of Pacquiao in chess parlance!

And Pacquiao's posible Waterloo and Russian Winter? Let us discuss that in Part II of this article.

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