Quotes by: Manny Pacquiao
Pacquiao in 2013
|Senator of the Philippines
June 30, 2016
|Member of the Philippine House of Representatives from the Lone Legislative District of Sarangani
June 30, 2010 – June 30, 2016
||Erwin L. Chiongbian
||Roel D. Pacquiao
||Emmanuel Dapidran Pacquiao
December 17, 1978
Kibawe, Bukidnon, Philippines
||PDP-Laban (2012–2014, 2016–present)
People's Champ Movement (2010–present)
United Nationalist Alliance (2012–2016)
Liberal Party (2007, 2010–2012)
Nacionalista Party (2009–2010)
Kabalikat ng Malayang Pilipino (2007–2008)
||Jinkee Jamora (m. 2000)
General Santos, Philippines
Kiamba, Sarangani, Philippines
Notre Dame of Dadiangas University
Development Academy of the Philippines
||Eight-division boxing world champion
I don't mind having these relatives. I'll give them a little, since they all prayed for my victory.
I only gave out my opinion that same sex marriage is against the law of God.
I've already established my (political)machinery. It's like a car. It's fixed already. You just have to get in and drive it.
I have to give people time to take a picture, and sign autographs. I have to be generous to people. It is in my heart. Without that, I would not be Manny Pacquiao.
I eat the same foods almost every day. I have my favorites like Filipino beef broth, chicken soup with lots and lots of rice.
My #1 driving force is my lord and savior Jesus Christ. Also my family, my wife and children.
All those who are around me are the bridge to my success, so they are all important.
Being a Christian means accepting Christ as your savior, your God. That's why you are called a 'Christian.' If you remove Christ, there's only 'ian' and that means 'I am nothing.'
God's words first... obey God's law first before considering the laws of man.
With experience in boxing, you learn how to be a scientific boxer and how to fight easy.
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.
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've worked in construction, in a factory sewing clothes. I also sold flowers and doughnuts - just odd jobs to try to make 10 pesos, which is equivalent to 20 cents.