Mansueto Velasco

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Mansueto "Onyok" B.Velasco Jr. (born January 10, 1974) is a retired Filipino boxer, comedian and occasional actor from Bago, Negros Occidental, Philippines. Competing in the 48 kg category he won a gold medal at the 1994 Asian Games and a silver at the 1996 Summer Olympics, the Philippines' only medal at those Games. He is the younger brother of Roel Velasco, a light-flyweight boxer who won a bronze medal at the 1992 Olympics. After being defeated he settled in the philipines with his wife and children,one of them being Youtuber Ry velasco

Mansueto Velasco
Mansueto Velasco 2017 stamp of the Philippines.jpg
Velasco on 2017 stamp
Personal information
Full nameMansueto Velasco Jr.
Nickname(s)Onyok[1]
Born (1974-01-10) January 10, 1974 (age 46)
Bago, Negros Occidental, Philippines[1]
Height1.57 m (5 ft 2 in)[1]
Weight48 kg (106 lb)
Sport
SportBoxing
Weight classLight flyweight

Olympic resultsEdit

Television careerEdit

Velasco later had a successful career as a comedian, appearing in several ABS-CBN sitcoms and on Manny Pacquiao's Show Me Da Manny on GMA 7.[2] He also played the role of a boxing trainer on the TV5 comedy-drama Beki Boxer.

Velasco also appeared on several TV shows alongside Bong Revilla, Richard Gomez, and Ina Raymundo.

FilmographyEdit

TV ShowsEdit

  • Tarajing Pot Pot (ABS-CBN 2)
  • ASAP (ABS-CBN 2)
  • Magandang Tanghali Bayan (ABS-CBN 2)
  • Tropang Trumpo (TV5) – guest
  • Maalaala Mo Kaya (ABS-CBN 2)
  • Richard Loves Lucy (ABS-CBN 2)
  • Ispup (TV5)
  • Da Body En Da Guard (ABS-CBN 2)
  • Da Pilya En Da Pilot (ABS-CBN 2)
  • Idol Ko Si Kap (GMA 7)
  • OK Fine Whatever (ABS-CBN 2)
  • OK Fine Oh Yes! (ABS-CBN 2)
  • OK Fine Ito Ang Gusto Niyo (ABS-CBN 2)
  • Kool Ka Lang (GMA 7)
  • Magpakailanman (GMA 7)
  • Kamao: Matira't Matibay (ABS-CBN 2) – co host
  • Extra Challenge (GMA 7)
  • Sabi Ni Nanay (SOLAR TV)
  • Kemis: Kay Misis Umasa (SOLAR TV)
  • Maynila (GMA 7)
  • Baywalk (QTV 11)
  • Talentadong Pinoy (TV5) – judge
  • It's Showtime (ABS-CBN 2) – celebrity judge
  • Everybodi Hapi (TV5)
  • Pinoy Records Presents: Pinoy Extreme Talent (GMA 7) – judge
  • Show Me Da Manny (GMA 7)
  • Ang Pinaka (GMA News TV 11)
  • Totoo TV (TV5) – guest
  • Magic Palayok (GMA 7)
  • Manny Many Prizes (GMA 7)
  • Toda Max (ABS-CBN 2)
  • Pepito Manaloto (GMA 7) – guest
  • Beki Boxer (TV5) – Ninong Onyok
  • Celebrity Bluff (GMA 7)
  • Wasak (Aksyon TV 41)
  • Tunay Na Buhay (GMA 7)
  • Matanglawin (ABS-CBN 2) – guest
  • A-Ha! (GMA 7) – guest
  • Demolition Job (TV5)
  • Don't Loose The Money (GMA 7) – guest
  • Basta't Everyday Happy (GMA 7) – guest
  • Astig (TV5)
  • Ismol Family (GMA 7) – guest
  • Sabado Badoo (GMA 7)
  • Mac & Chiz (TV5)
  • Sunday Pinasaya (GMA 7)
  • Till I Met You (ABS-CBN 2) - guest
  • My Super D (ABS-CBN 2) - guest
  • Langit Lupa (ABS-CBN 2) - guest
  • Dear Uge (GMA 7)
  • FPJ Ang Probinsyano (ABS-CBN 2) - guest
  • Home Sweetie Home (ABS-CBN 2) - guest
  • La Luna Sangre (ABS-CBN 2) - guest
  • Alyas Robin Hood (GMA 7) - guest
  • Wansapanataym Presents: Amazing Ving (ABS-CBN 2) - guest
  • Cain At Abel (GMA 7) - guest
  • Victor Magtanggol (GMA 7)
  • Precious Hearts Presents: Los Bastardos (ABS-CBN 2)
  • The General's Daughter (ABS-CBN 2) - guest

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c Evans, Hilary; Gjerde, Arild; Heijmans, Jeroen; Mallon, Bill; et al. "Mansueto Velasco". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Archived from the original on 2020-04-18.
  2. ^ Onyok Velasco. IMDb