Although Manny 'Pacman' Pacquiao wasn't able to bring the Welterweight belt and lost the fight with Floyd Mayweather, Malacañang Palace still praised him for a good fight he performed that day.

He may lost the bout still Malacañang lauds Manny Pacquiao

Presidential Communications Operations Office Secretary Herminio Coloma, Jr. said, “Filipinos can hold their heads up high: our national pride, Congressman Manny Pacquiao, did us all proud when he stood his ground against one of the best boxers of our time, Floyd Mayweather.”

Coloma also extended the President's gratefulness and said, “for serving as an inspiration to every Filipino in overcoming the daily challenges in the pursuit of a better life and future,” and added, “We will continue to be proud that we have a People’s Champ in Manny Pacquiao who exemplifies skill, strength and courage. He is a worthy exemplar that the Filipino is able to compete in the global arena — for as long as there is a level playing field.”

Coloma ended his statement saying, “Hopefully, Manny may now be able to devote more time with his family and that he is able to maintain good health that will serve him in good stead in all his future endeavors.”

The Filipino Champ had lost the fight via unanimous decision against Floyd Mayweather. The score of the three judges are as follows, 118-110, 116-112, 116-112 in favor of Mayweather.

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