Category Archives: Boxing 2016

Paquito Quote for the Day 12 Unanimously Humbled

Once again sincere humility were witnessed by the million fans of the boxing world yesterday. Our very own Emmanuel “Manny” Pacquiao won via unanimous decision over the WBO Welterweight champion Jessie Vargas, who now represents the US as his country in an exciting 12 round battle that saw the “young” Pacman creatively put some lessons to the much younger opponent.

A thousand times… the only 8 Division champion mentioned whenever he has a schedule fight in their pre-fight conference that he have surrendered everything to God, and that it is more of a purpose to promote sincere humility. For those who have watched the bout… it is very obvious that a couple of chance are available to knock Jessie Vargas out but he opted to give and share the ring to his opponent and through masterful sportsmanship skills… dodging counter punches and even throwing some friendly smile reminding the champ that Pacman is not a patsy fighter they’ve think of in his native country.

That second round “test power” straight punch have gotten all the preparation both fighters had from their training… meaning the Legend have gauged the Champ and  Jessie Vargas was blindly blasted by a power punch sample of a true “boxing legend”…. that Jessie Vargas was honored to raised his hands after the last bell and a gesture telling the world that he was able to finish the fight against the most feared pugilist  of the modern times.

Manny Pacquiao fighting not only for his country but for the humble purpose God has bestowed upon him once again and convincingly taught us the simple lesson of humility before the eyes of the world… unanimously indeed he deserved the victory.

Congratulations Senator Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao… We’re proud of you ! – Paquito


Winning Basketball Games thru God’s Words

Quezon City, Philippines Wednesday October 26, 2016

Our beautiful country is a home of one of the most popular sports in the world, basketball. Most of the locals learned to play in some makeshift goal right in the middle of a busy streets, rough road alleys and even water submerged places you can find a set of board and a rim with plastic straws attached as it’s nets to give justice to the game. Summer leagues including school intrams, college basketball like the UAAP and the NCAA serves as the talent training and honing ground for those aspiring amateur and professional basketball players in the future. Not to be outdone are those who truly love the game that they  chose to play some pickup games in every hard court available in the land day and night.

Rio Olympic Boxer Charly C. Suarez  said God is number 1 ! Shown here with Team Jesus

Every Wednesday evening the JCSGO Christian Ministries opens its basketball facilities to all ages who wanted to play the game with those regular members of the ministries. The evening were running its normal course when a very familiar man entered the court dressed to the occasion and did some little warm ups and exchanged high fives with every player inside the gym, Rio Olympian boxer Charly C. Suarez a native of Davao firstly said “I am also a fan of Jesus and servant of Christ!” and he unleashed his game to the delight of the crowd.

It was a very unforgettable experience for almost all of those who played the game as it is with greatest pride and honor to be on the same court with an Olympian who did shared his testimonies and heavenly experiences under the grace of God. He humbly spoke about his past struggles and challenges prior to making it to the Philippine Olympic Team. Every word he uttered significantly stresses the need to be humble and dedication of every work, practice, training and actual competition to the glory of God. the Olympian is a boxer by profession and preacher by the heart.

The Blogger, Lawrence Aquino, Russel Yaya and Olympian Charly Suarez seen here with the very supportive  JCSGO Ministries Brother. 

Apart from this former Emilio Aguinaldo College Generals shooting guard NCAA mainstay Russel B. Yaya also participated in the game who is also a number one fan of God. We have completed three full 20 minutes games and by God’s grace added and improved our body stamina, endurance and skills within the bounds of sportsmanship.

“Seek Yee First the Kingdom of God and His Righteousness and All these things shall be Added Unto You” Matthew 6:33 – Charly Coronel Suarez

God never ceases to guide a man who dedicated his passion to the gift he received. – Paquito

Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao versus Jessie Vargas

Take your pick if you must. The Filipino Boxing Peoples Champ will wear once more the boxing gloves and square it off with the current WBO Welterweight Champion Jessie Vargas of US this coming November 6, 2016 at 9:00 in the morning Manila Time. Dubbed as the Resurgence , this not to be missed fight of our legendary icon that will feature also our very own Nonito Donaire versus Jessie Magdaleno in the WBO Super Bantamweight division as one of the under-cards.

Shakeys Pizza Parlor Tomas Morato corner Scout Rallos Branch is inviting every boxing fans to witness the fight directly live from Las Vegas inside their neat and comfortable restaurant with the bite of a pizza of your choice and an ice cold beer while counting those power punch of our hero for  as low as Php 500.00 consumable reserved seating promo.


Contact the Shakeys Morato Branch at or call Hershey Ebalo 0917-5252974 and 0998-9723326 for reservations please refer to the seat plan.

The Legend/The Champ
Date November 6, 2016 ; 9:00 LIVE Manila Time
Location Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.
Title(s) on the line WBO welterweight title
Fighter summary
Philippines Manny Pacquiao Boxer United States Jessie Vargas
“Pac-man” Nickname “The New Generation”
General Santos, Philippines Hometown Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Tale of the tape
58–6–2 (38 KO) Pre-fight  record 27–1–0 (10 KO)
5 ft 5 12 in (166 cm) Height 5 ft 10 in (178 cm)
Eight-division World champion Recognition WBO-Welterweight champion

The Pacman sweats it out fair and square and made a name the world will remembered most in a century’s to come. – Paquito