Manny Pacquiao Singing at Jimmy Kimmel (video)

March 4, 2010
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Manny Pacquiao is one of the best boxers in the world, but he is also very versatile, since we have seen the many faces of Manny. Recently he was on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Would you like to hear more about his appearance on Kimmel, them keep on reading, plus take a look at Manny Pacquiao’s photos and video below.

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Manny is the super boxer from the Philippines, did you know that his face was placed on stamps in his homeland? In fact he is the first boxer to be on them. He also has made his debut in the movies, with “Wapakman” and another film based on his life called Pacquiao: The Movie. You might think that he was not very noticeable in films, but Sylvester Stallone took notice, and it was rumored that they will be working together soon.

We heard about his plans to get into politics after he retired from boxing, but he give it a try while boxing. This news was not well received by fans, who thought his career would be doomed if he went into politics, but his fans were relieved when he lost the election. After this he came back to boxing, you all know his latest fights, but one in particular that called our attention even now, is the one against Floyd Mayweather Jr. and all that blood testing thing. Floyd’s comments about Manny taking banned substances and for these allegations, Manny started a lawsuit against Floyd.

Our last news about Manny was his latest appearance on Jimmy Kimmel, where he talked about his incident with Floyd, his political experience among other things, certainly just like the last time he was invited to the Kimmel show he delighted the audience with his singing performance of “Nothing’s Gonna Change My Love for You” by George Benson.

Take a look at Manny Pacquiao’s photos and video below.

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Manny Pacquiao Singing Video




Manny Pacquiao Video.

Photos: Mary Ann Owen, www.wenn.com

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