Manny Pacquiao Gets Emotional After Wife Jinkee Expressed Her Love and Concern

Until now, there are still talking about the loss of “Pambansang Kamao” and Congressman Manny Pacquiao against the Mexican boxer Juan Manuel Marquez last Sunday, December 9.

It became big news all over the world because besides the loss, it has been a long period of time since Pacquiao’s last knockout.

After Pacquiao fell down, it was shown in the television how worried Jinkee was that wasn’t able to come to the ring to see the real state of the husband.

Jinkee can’t hide how worried she was that time.

She said, “Natakot ako sa nangyari sa kanya kasi matagal [bago] siya nakabangon.”

“Siyempre pag boksingero, buhay yung nakataya sa kanila. But, thank God, he’s okay.”

“Yun ang importante, yun ang pinakamahalaga na okay siya at walang masamang nangyari.”

WANTS MANNY TO RETIRE. Jinkee can’t deny that she also wants Manny to quit boxing.

“Alam naman ni Manny yung sagot sa mga ganyang tanong. Kaya alam na niya yung gusto kong ano… yung hinihiling ko sa kanya,” she stated.

She will never leave his husband whether he win or lose.

“Oo naman, habang nandito pa ako para sa kanya, yung mga anak namin, so aalagaan namin siya,” sabi ni Jinkee, na pagkatapos ay napaiyak sa bisig ni Manny.”

Jinkee continues, “Masyado lang akong emosyunal sa ganyang mga bagay kasi nga siyempre pag ano… asawa mo.

“Kahit nga umaalis lang ang asawa mo, minsan hindi ka makatulog hangga’t hindi siya makabalik, di ba?”

Due to the statement of Jinkee, Manny can’t hold his tears anymore.

Said the “Pambansang Kamao”, “Ayoko kasing nasasaktan yung pamilya ko.”

“Yung mga tao na sumusuporta… yung moral ba… gusto ko silang pasayahin, malungkot sila ngayong lahat.”

“Tanggap ko naman kasi iyan ang ano ko… iyan ang trabaho ko.”

“Pag dumating yung… kailangang tanggapin pag dumating yung panahon na matalo.”

“Pero yung makita ko sa mga tao, yung reaksiyon ng mga tao, ng mga Pilipino na maraming umiyak, lalo na yung pamilya ko umiiyak, nasasaktan ako.”

But more than any other title, Pacquiao is thankful because he was saved from certain risks.

“Salamat sa Panginoon na nakahinga pa ako at iniligtas ako sa kapahamakan.”

“So, okay naman. Hindi ko alam na nakataob ako, e.”

DEFENDING HIS PERFORMANCE. Manny defends himself to the rumor that his performance lacked inside the ring.

“Hindi naman naging kulang yung preparasyon ko.”

“Kung titingnan natin, sa umpisa pa lang ng round… sa first round pa lang, aggressive na kaagad ako at mabilis yung galaw ko hanggang six rounds.”

“Maganda naman sana yung galaw natin pero ganun talaga.”

“Minsan dumarating yung mga panahon na ganun, na mga pangyayari.”

Did he really not see the incoming punch from Marquez that knocked him down?

“Kasi kumpiyansa ako doon dahil narinig ko yung last ten seconds na warning at medyo nag-fake ako sa kanya ng dalawa.”

“Tapos na-out of balance ako nung pag-fake ko ng pangalawa. Tapos ini-straight niya ako.”

THE KIDS’ REACTION. Pacquiao’s kids were surprised and saddened when they witnessed the defeat of their father.

Princess asked that his father won’t fight again.

The third kid of Manny and Jinkee said, “Daddy knock down him and I didn’t feel happy. My mom was also crying. He has enough fighting. I don’t want him to fight.”

The kids were asking their parents to stop weeping.

Queenie said, “Daddy, Mommy, don’t cry.”

Princess added, “Don’t cry Mommy and Daddy. I love you.”

Even Jemuel and Michael also states their love and care to their Daddy and Mommy.

BACK TO THE PHILIPPINES. They confirm that they will be back to the Philippines on December 12.

Is his clearance from the doctor okay for him to travel back?

“Wala namang problema. Nakalabas naman ako sa ospital kagabi [Disyembre 9] pagkatapos ng check-up ko. Wala namang problema.”

He said he doesn’t feel hurt anymore.

Manny set the date of his comeback to the country to the exact birthday of his son Michael.

Manny’s birthday is on December 17.

 

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