Life is meant to be a challenge, because challenges are what make you grow.— Manny Pacquiao
The most tempting Manny Pacquiao quotes that will transform you to a better person
I come from a poor family.
Boxing is not for killing each other.
If you practice hard, you can win every battle.
Even in my prime, I need God in my life because without God, we're nothing.
I’ve worked in construction, in a factory sewing clothes.
I also sold flowers and doughnuts - just odd jobs to try to make 10 pesos, which is equivalent to 20 cents.
Anyone will succeed in whatever field of endeavor in life by acquiring the same virtues and character that boxing world champions do - dedication, perseverance, courage, extreme self-discipline and prayers
Theres 3 things you need to remember in boxing, work hard, work harder, and work hardest
All those who are around me are the bridge to my success, so they are all important.
I've always fought for my country, in my own way, showing that Filipinos are a strong people and can do anything that they put their minds to.
I never broke up with my girlfriends, they broke up with me.
I'm not aiming for a knockout. I focus on doing my best. If the knockout comes, fine. If not, that's okay.
Faith is my motivation to win.
I grew up in the Philippines, and I don’t think there is a problem with the typhoon. It’s normal for us.
Only in death will I relinquish my belts.
You train hard and I'll train hard, and may the best man win, and good luck to both of us.
I'm just going to punch him and do my best. If the knockout comes, it comes.
My heart wants to read the Bible, wants to obey God.
When you have Jesus in your life, when you have God in your life, like the thing in this world is not important to your heart. The more important is God in your heart. That's how God changed my life.
No notes. You speak from deep in your heart. It's easy.
My family moved to the Philippines when I was 14.
While living there, I learned that my mom grew up very poor. Seeing that kind of abject poverty firsthand during my travels deeply shaped my life. Seeing those living conditions motivated me to want to tell inspiring stories of struggle and triumph.
I wanted to be a world champion.
I'm not against gay people.
I still think about the time when I was fighting for my first real big fight against [Marco Antonio] Barrera back in 2002. I know he can come in thinking that he has nothing to lose, and that's why I have to be aware of that.Always be prepared.
I'm not against gay people... I have a relative who is also gay. We can't help it if they were born that way. What I'm critical off are actions that violate the word of God.
Well you know it's dangerous in politics, because especially in the Philippines there's a lot of killing in politics.
Imagine what I would have done with my fire-breathing fists.
The religion is a personal thing in my life and fighting in the ring, it's boxing. It's my profession. God always gives me strength.
I was in tailoring business, I sold flowers on the street, I worked construction and many odd jobs.
The most important thing as a leader is your relationship with God.
Most of leaders in Philippine politics come from rich family.
Only God knows that. He is the only one who knows. He is only one who will know. And he is the only one who does know.
I live my life like everyday is my last.
Nothing personal - I am just doing my job.
It's very relaxing for me to sing. It's a good break from the hard training and the fighting.
In the morning, I wake up at about 6 a.
m. and I run for about 45 minutes, then more sprinting. Then I go back home, I eat and I sleep. When I wake up, I train - I do about three hours in the gym...
I'm doing this for my family and my country.
Being a Christian means accepting Christ as your savior, your God.
Thats why you are called a Christian. If you remove Christ, theres only ian and that means I am nothing.
If we don't have God in our life, we're considered dead.
If you don't have God in your life, you are nothing.
Right now I’m inspired to fight for the honour of my country.
I never compare myself to anybody. I don't look at my accomplishments compared to anyone. I'm happy with what I've accomplished in boxing.
I want them to make peace with the love of God.
As for me, I always train for 12 rounds just in case.
I don’t train for three, four, one, or 10 rounds - I have to train for 12 because you never know what will happen that night.
I have to adjust. I have to be nice to all the people. Because of the people I have become a famous person. My responsibility is to fulfill my responsibility as a famous person.
My success is not about the wealth and fame.
I am most concerned with my relationship to God, which is the most important.
o the gay community I apologize if I did something, but all I said was I was against same-sex marriage. But I am not condemning you. My favorite expression is, 'Love one another…as you love yourself, love thy neighbor.'
I did my best. I guess my best wasn't good enough.
I am very happy that Floyd Mayweather and I can give the fans the fight they have wanted for so many years.
I say to Floyd Mayweather Jr., don't be a coward and face me in the ring, mano a mano, and shut your big, pretty mouth so we can show the world who is the true king of the ring.