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Pacquiao Did the Sun Tzu's "Art of War" PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 02 December 2010 17:14
Hi Jesse, I'm not a boxer, wrestler or karate expert. However, I'm a student of Sun Tzu who wrote "Art of War" some 2,500 years ago. What Pacquiao did was in line with Sun Tzu's strategy: withdraw when enemy is strong and attack when he is weak and hit him where he is most vulnerable. Well, "Maga rito. maga roon" Margarita's bloody face proved Pacquiao superiority in spite of the fact that Pacquiao was five inches shorter and 17 pounds lighter. By the way, talking about "eagle feather," I wrote an article about it in 2003. Cheers, Perry

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