So, apparently Mitt Romney 2.0 was at the Manny Pacquiao fight last night, and introduced himself as the guy who lost the POTUS election.—
Hesiod Theogeny (@Hesiod2k11) December 09, 2012
The latest installment of “Where’s Willard” finds Romney at a boxing match.
Romney is in the 2nd row at the Pacquiao fight. Why does this seem so strange?—
Emily Sims (@EmilyCSims) December 09, 2012
Mitt Romney, of all people, front row at the MGM Grand to watch the Marquez/ Pacquiao fight. Mind blown.—
Nick Jacob (@nicktjacob) December 09, 2012
Romney attended the fight between Juan Manuel Marquez and Manny Pacquiao last night in Las Vegas.
When introduced to Manny Pacquiao, Romney said this:
"Hello Manny. I ran for president. I lost," Romney told the fighter, according to Pacquiao publicist Fred Sternburg.—
Peter Schorsch (@SaintPetersblog) December 09, 2012
Twitter is buzzing over the simple and to the point introduction.
Why, yes. Yes they are. Many Twitter users are pinning a “The Brady Bunch” cousin Oliver “jinx” label on Mitt Romney, due to Pacquiao’s loss.
Mitt Romney apparently gave pacquiao a pep talk before the fight. oh, that's why he lost.—
Rahul Rikhy (@rahulrikhy) December 09, 2012
Apparently Mitt Romney told Pacquiao "Hello Manny. I ran for president. I lost." Pacquiao was later knocked out. Mitt, you're a jinx!—
Niall M (@BigWeeNige) December 09, 2012
Pacquiao shuld hv known it was a lost fight d moment Mitt Romney walkd 2 his dressin room sayin 'hello Manny. I ran 4 president. I lost.—
Olutayor Moussa (@tibosky) December 09, 2012
Mitt Romney was sitting ringside last night and visited Pacquiao in his dressing room beforehand…no wonder he lost!—
Sanum Ghafoor (@Strange_Sanum) December 09, 2012
Losing presidential candidate Mitt Romney gave a prep talk to Pacquiao before the fight, no wonder he lost…—
Joe Palmer (@JoePalmer5) December 09, 2012
I blame Romney for this Pacquiao loss—
Hambone Williams (@highclasscoon) December 09, 2012
Romney is bad luck even for boxers.Im glad Paquiao lost and the way he lost.He is very arrogant and very full of himself.—
T.C. Mercado (@TigerloveC) December 09, 2012
Loosing? Oh, dear. Try to get the words right, at least, when attempting to slam someone.
Others have a different take, and some advice for Romney.
Mitt Romney's post-Presidential career – MMA fighter?—
Matt DeLuca (@MattDeLuca) December 09, 2012
If Romney talks to any press or like anybody tonight, he should say in total seriousness, "My name is Inigo Montoya."—
Katherine Miller (@katherinemiller) December 09, 2012
Stay tuned for further installments of “Where’s Willard!”