A world without Manny Pacquiao

The man who stepped out of the bus in Las Vegas “dapper in khaki slacks, dark coat and Kangol cap” is the one they call a working-class hero. He is one of Time Magazine’s most influential people, whose singing – roughly the same style and tone of the yearly penitential bible-reading popular among old women with spare skin hanging from their necks – made number one on the most wanted lists, and established Manny Pacquiao as a recording star.
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May 2, 2009 under Sports | 1 comment