Sunday, November 13, 2011

Wrong Timing

Dear insansapinas,

It almost cost Manny Pacquiao his championship--the bickering with his wife Jinkee. Jealousy reared its ugly head that Pacquiao was not in his elements during the 10-round fight with Marquez. Fans were disappointed and the crowd booed. Sana naghintay na lang muna kagaya nang paghihintay ng maraming magpapabinyag. Chismosa.

Ito ang balita.

ll bet you didn’t catch this one—a flash report from GMA 7’s Chino Trinidad in Las Vegas during Jessica Soho’s TV program “State of the Nation” Friday night.
An associate said Chino reported that there was an ongoing imbroglio between Manny and Jinkee Pacquiao inside their hotel room in Las Vegas at that moment.

At the same time, he said there was also a conflict between Manny and conditioning trainer Alex Ariza.

The cause of the fight was not disclosed, although Chino described Manny as “very angry.”
The report didn’t say if somebody got hurt.
Only cell phones were damaged according to Chino.

I imagine the two—or three—hurled their Blackberrys at each other in the heat of the feud. An expensive table glass top was also reported to be broken, hopefully not from being hit by Manny’s fist.
A sullen-looking Jinkee arrived in the United States some days ago. She refused to grant even a short interview to members of the media who were waiting for her at the airport.
Who’d ever imagine that The War of the Pacquiaos would be a virtual undercard to the third fight between Manny and Juan Manuel Marquez.
Some oddsmakers had predicted that Marquez won’t last three rounds this time. I wonder how Manny fared in the undercard.

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