A month after losing the 2012 presidential election, Mitt Romney and his wife, Ann, were at the ringside in Las Vegas on Saturday night to watch Manny Pacquiao getting knocked out by Juan Manuel Marquez in the sixth round of their welterweight bout.
Here's Mitt and Ann Romney's facial expressions at the exact moment Manuel Marquez delivered a perfect knockout punchto Manny Pacquiao during Saturday night’s fight.
You can almost see the Romneys having flashbacks to last month's election night!
The referee waved the fight to an end after Pacquiao went down for about two minutes after Marquez threw a right hand that flattened Pacquiao face down on the canvas in the sixth round.
Before the fight, Romney met Pacquiao in the fighter's dressing room at the MGM Grand, according to the New York Times, which described the "surreal" exchange:
In came Mitt Romney. Yes, that Mitt Romney, the former Massachusetts governor and the presidential runner-up, every hair on his head in place. Romney, in fact, came in twice. His introduction was at once awkward and hilarious.
"Hi, Manny," he said. "I'm Mitt Romney. I ran for president. I lost."
This is apparently how Mitt Romney might be introducing himself to people since losing the elections!
Well, with a lot that’s been going on social media regarding Pacquiao’s loss, these tweets are among the toppers.
People are saying Pacquiao lost because he shook Mitt Romney's hand before the match. HAHAHHAHAH— Joselyne Calvillo (@JoselyneCal) December 9, 2012
you know why pacquiao lost? cuz romney was there supporting him -_-— Night Car (@DayVan_TeaMal) December 9, 2012
Post elections, Romney has been spotted carrying out a series of everyday activities, like pumping his own gas and going to see the latest 'Twilight' movie with his wife.
Also, check out some bonus tweets on how people are reacting to Pacquiao’s loss:
Don't look upon what he has, look upon who he is now. Still proud of you #pacquiao— YJ Montalbo (@YJMontalbo) December 10, 2012
Just woke up...I wonder if #pacquiao has yet???— Luc Mullinder (@lucmull95) December 9, 2012
Humble at his best, humble at his worst. That's enough legacy for a man. #pacquiao— Miko Quiogue (@quiogs) December 9, 2012