Manny Pacquiao, inakusahan ng dating agent niya na ibinulsa umano ang P165M sa naunsiyaming McGregor fight

Manny Pacquiao, inakusahan ng dating agent niya na ibinulsa umano ang P165M sa naunsiyaming McGregor fight

- Sen. Manny Pacquiao’s former business agent and special assistant, Jayke Joson, recently went public to accuse the boxing legend of pocketing P165M in cash advance for a planned match with Connor McGregor

- The supposed boxing match did not happen as the camp of Sen. Pacquiao announced he will instead fight Errol Spence Jr.

- Joson did not say, however, if there was an offer from PacMan to return the money, if the claims are indeed true

- The boxing legend’s camp flatly denied the allegations of Joson and has vowed to file a criminal complaint against Pacquiao’s former aide

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Sen. Manny Pacquiao’s former business agent, Jayke Joson, has accused the boxing legend of pocketing P165M in cash advance for an alleged match with Connor McGregor.

Manny Pacquiao, inakusahan ng dating agent niya na ibinulsa umano ang P165M sa naunsiyaming McGregor fight
Photo: Manny Pacquiao (@mannypacquiao)
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The alleged match with McGregor did not materialize as the Pinoy boxing legend went on to fight Errol Spence, Jr. instead.

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However, Joson alleged that the fight with McGregor is supposed to be already in the works, which is why Paradigm Sports Management (PSM) did not hesitate to give Pacquiao the $2M he requested as cash advance.

“Dahil napapirma, ang gusto niya ay humingi ng advance… So naayos namin, nagbigay agad ang Paradigm ng US$2M kay sir MP as cash advance dahil alam naman natin na lalaban siya kung sino ang gusto ng tao,” Joson claimed.

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Pacquiao’s former business agent then said that Sen. Pacquiao might not be satisfied with the initial $2M and so requested an additional $2M.

Later on, PacMan, as claimed by Joson, demanded another $2M, which Paradigm declined to give this time, forcing the business agent to look for ways to raise the additional amount required by Pacquiao.

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“Hindi po siya nakuntento doon eh. Ang sabi po niya sa amin ay dagdagan, humingi pa ng $2M pa ullit para gawin na US$4M. Kami naman, sinubukan namin humingi ulit sa Paradigm, hindi na pumayag,” Pacquiao’s former business agent alleged.

He said that Paradigm thinks the additional cash advance allegedly requested by PacMan is already too much and that is not how they do businesses.

This is why Joson claimed they were forced to look for ways to raise some P65M as additional for Sen. Pacquiao.

“Binigay namin ang pera kahit nagkasanla-sanla kami, nakuha niya ang pera sa Paradigm. Tinakbuhan po kami. Hindi niya sinunod ang kontrata, hindi sinunod ang usapan namin. Para bang iyung matagal na pagkakaibigan namin eh nabalewala,” Joson claimed.

The camp of Sen. Pacquiao has denied all of Joson’s allegations and has vowed to initiate legal action, which includes the filing of a criminal complaint against the former aide.

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Manny Pacquiao is an eight-division world boxing champion, considered one of the greatest boxers in history. He also found success as a politician, first becoming a congressman before getting elected as a senator. Manny is married to Jinkee Pacquiao, whom he called his best friend.

Jayke was a guest of the latest episode of Take It Per Minute, where he was the "Man of the Hour." Christy Fermin called Jayke as the "Pambansang Anino" for 17 years, and she said that he has been with Manny Pacquiao and wherever Pacquiao is, he would also be there. The longtime friend of Pacman then revealed that it was the camp of Sen. Pacquiao who lambasted him first on social media, particularly, the bagman of Pacquiao. He then said that the bagman is the husband of the twin sister of Jinkee, Janet, or whom he called as "Tibo, who is the former Pinoy Big Brother housemate Steve "Tibo" Jumalon.

A sports journalist has also accused boxing champ and Philippine senator Manny Pacquiao of allegedly not paying for his services. Badua took to his own Facebook account and shared an article of GMA about Pacquiao's trip to Batangas. The article stated that Pacquiao allegedly said whether there is a pandemic, for as long as he sees people in need, he will give. Badua, in the caption of his post, alleged that he has not been paid for three months as a senate speechwriter and also three months as the MPBL Commissioner.

Source: Kami.com.ph

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