Two months ago I was under a condition (writer's block) in which I lost my interest to write. I was unproductive then but now I'm on! The Fire Power Boxing Event brought me back on track! The fight between our very own Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao and Miguel Cotto is strong enough to encourage myself to publish a post today! To start with, the Puerto Rican boxer was filled with energy and excitement to attack Manny during the first round.Cotto was successful in his attempt. He scored on the first round.On the other hand, I could see that the pound-for-pound King was very relaxed.As the fight continues, it shows that it's a battle between speed and size. It was hard for me to bet this morning since it's undeniable that Cotto's physique can be a good factor for him. I'm not underestimating Manny's abilities though (^__*). Then, Cotto was on his knees on the 3rd round and I like what happened inside the boxing ring on the 4th round!I always have the feeling that he's going to get the title..that he's going to win! It's not because we're both Filipinos but remembering his previous fights made me think that he's truly a legendary boxer! As a whole, Pacman was dominating the match. However, Cotto was also showing what he has got with his punches and Pacman was hit by him. In the last few rounds, Cotto was traveling away!!!! Was that his strategy to last 'til the 12th round? His face was no longer nice to look at.Blood came out from his eyes and nose. On the final round, the referee interfered and stopped the fight allowing the Boxing Champ to kneel on the corner of the ring and thank God for another victory!Cotto had sustained a facial injury and can longer defend himself properly. With a technical knockout against Cotto, Manny is now hailed by boxing enthusiasts and for the rest of the people around the globe for having seven different title in seven different divisions! It's a peculiar thing in the boxing history! Pacquiao is a good sportsman. He never cheats and plays fair.I'd say that this Filipino boxer is a professional one. To Cotto, it's great to know that he lasted 'til the end. What a courage he has for pushing forward though he was unstable on the 10th round.Congratulations to the speedy Southpaw from Philippines! Hooray!!! I don't have any idea how the fight would be if Floyd Mayweather Jr. is Pacquiao's next opponent.