KAMI learned from INQUIRER.net that Tenorio shared his emotions in winning the Championship.
He considers this year as his most special MVP award among the 3 that he already got.
"Among the three Finals MVP that I got, this one is the most special because the championship match reached Game 7. And we played in front of a humongous crowd. Victory was sweeter because I was able to play well, even with an injured elbow."
'Tinyente' also shared that he has high respect to their opponent team Meralco Bolts especially to their coach, Norman Black.
When asked about his advice to PBA Rookies: "Don’t be complacent just because you already made it to PBA. Keep working hard, learn how to listen and be humble. Enjoy every moment, because you never know until when you will last." He said.
Tenorio also clarified that he has no plans of retiring yet.