Two fans of Manny Pacquiao commits suicide in Philippines after Pacquiao losses against Mayweather

Two fans of Manny Pacquiao commits suicide in Philippines after Pacquiao losses against Mayweather

Manila: In a world famous fight, Floyd Mayweather defeated Manny Pacquiao in Las Vegas, United States. However, Manny Pacquiao won million of fans heart due to his brave game against Floyd Mayweather.

Some fans of Pacquiao were not in a position to accept the defeat against Mayweather. Two Philippines fans of Manny Pacquiao were in extreme depression after he loses against Floyd in Las Vegas fight. They both were suffering from a hyper-depression when Manny declared as the ‘looser’ in a world famous fight.

Both fans finally decided to commit suicide because they would not able to face their friends who were fans of Floyd.

Jumped from PBCom Tower

Both fans committed suicide by jumping off from PBCom Tower, the tallest building in Philippines. Someone called ambulance and both were rushed to the hospital but the doctors declared both dead.

“I have seen both friends jumping off from PBCom Tower”, said an eye-witness to World News Express correspondent in Manila.

“I am very shocked by suicide of my two friends due to Manny Pacquiao lost against Floyd Mayweather in Las Vegas, United States. It is just a game”, said a mutual friend of both to World News Express correspondent.

Doctors declared two Pacs fans dead

Doctors declared two Pacs fans dead

Suicide Note

Both friends left a suicide note but we were not able to obtain the copy.

Reaction on Manny Pacquiao Vs Floyd Mayweather Fight

Michael Healey from Australia, via email: “Left feeling that we needed to see 3 more rounds. Mayweather just played to his strength and ran the whole fight then locked manny up in a heaslock whenever he got inside of mayweathers reach. How much would it take to see a rematch?”

Martin Wanyoike from Kenya, via email: “Manny is definitely the better fighter and thoroughly entertained the fans. However Floyd controlled the fight with his annoying defensive tactics and had won it by the 5th round.”

First published on May 3, 2015.

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