Manny Pacquiao, Senator of the Philippines, vows to stand strong with his countrymen as his nation is currently dealing with the trauma left by Typhoon Goni. 2020 has already been a harsh year for the entire world and it continues to scratch us even in its final phase.
While we are just 2 months away from 2021, a storm has wreaked havoc in the Philippines. As per reports, there has been severe damage all over the country and the countrymen are battling hard against it.
Meanwhile, octuple World Champion, Pacquiao took to social media to spread positivity and wisdom amongst his compatriots.
Being one of the strongest role models of the country, Pacquiao’s words were certainly a silver lining. However, they weren’t enough to cope up with the tragedy. ‘Pac-Man’ recently posted some pictures from his Twitter account, showcasing the exact condition of the country at this point.
“If a kingdom is divided against itself, that kingdom cannot stand. If a house is divided against itself, that house cannot stand.”
We must come and work together, we will rise up. #MagkaisaTayo 🇵🇭 pic.twitter.com/UYax643wzu
— Manny Pacquiao (@MannyPacquiao) November 20, 2020
It is clear that there has been severe damage to property and many have seemingly been left homeless. Not only that, but the scarcity of proper sanitation and food can also be a problem. While COVID-19 is still not over, this is an additional hurdle for the Philippines.
Will Manny Pacquiao return to boxing amid such conditions?
Pacquiao had his last fight against Keith Thurman in 2019. Earlier this year, he was rumored to return to the ring against Terence Crawford.
Then, it was rumored that he might bag a cross-promotion boxing match against Conor McGregor. However, none of these fights ever materialized.
That said, Pac-Man might not return to the ring anytime soon, being a Senator, his first duty is to help his countrymen and women through these tumultuous times. However, Pacquiao still has the WBA super welterweight title, which cites that he still has some fights left.