Top 38 Manny Pacquiao Quotes

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“I’m just a regular person who believes life is simple, and I like a simple life.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“Boxing is not about your feelings. It’s about performance.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“All those who are around me are the bridge to my success, so they are all important.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“I remember as a little boy I ate one meal a day and sometimes slept in the street. I will never forget that and it inspires me to fight hard, stay strong and remember all the people of my country, trying to achieve better for themselves.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“I eat the same foods almost every day. I have my favorites like Filipino beef broth, chicken soup with lots and lots of rice.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“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.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“The most important thing as a leader is your relationship with God.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“I don’t mind having these relatives. I’ll give them a little, since they all prayed for my victory.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“I know everyone in the Philippines is happy.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“I was just doing my job in the ring and doing my best to make people happy.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“I have a relative who is also gay. We can’t help it if they were born that way.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“Being a public servant, this is a serious job, not like a boxer, you’re entertaining people.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“In boxing you never know who you’re going to face in ring.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“Being a Christian means accepting Christ as your savior, your God. That’s why you are called a ‘Christian.’ If you remove Christ, there’s only ‘ian’ and that means ‘I am nothing.’”

― Manny Pacquiao

“Boxing is a sport. We allow each other to hit each other, but I’m not treating my opponent like my enemy. We’re doing a job to entertain people.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“I know what poverty is.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“Human anger does not produce the righteousness that God desires.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“I only gave out my opinion that same sex marriage is against the law of God.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“God’s words first… obey God’s law first before considering the laws of man.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“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.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“I have to give people time to take a picture, and sign autographs. I have to be generous to people. It is in my heart. Without that, I would not be Manny Pacquiao.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“No notes. You speak from deep in your heart. It’s easy.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“My #1 driving force is my lord and savior Jesus Christ. Also my family, my wife and children.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“I want the people of the Philippines to be happy, even if they have nothing.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“Only in death will I relinquish my belts.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“If we don’t have God in our life, we’re considered dead.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“I’m not against gay people.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“I’ve already established my (political)machinery. It’s like a car. It’s fixed already. You just have to get in and drive it.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“I wanted to be a world champion.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“Nothing personal – I am just doing my job.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“I come from a poor family.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“With experience in boxing, you learn how to be a scientific boxer and how to fight easy.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“You know, America is – for me, it’s the best country.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“I don’t have secrets in my life. Everything is out there.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“Well you know it’s dangerous in politics, because especially in the Philippines there’s a lot of killing in politics.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“God only expects man and woman to be together and to be legally married, only if they so are in love with each other.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“Most of leaders in Philippine politics come from rich family.”

― Manny Pacquiao

“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.”

― Manny Pacquiao
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