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Pacman hopes to KO Goliath MMAer
By Robbie Pangilinan, PhilBoxing.com, 10 Nov 2014

The eight-division world boxing champion Manny Pacquiao can only hope to knockout formidable opponent Chris Algieri, a young Goliath mixed martial artist, in their upcoming WBO Welterweight title f  
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TWO PROMISING MP PROMOTIONS FIGHTERS IN ACTION IN MACAU AND SHANGHAI
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, PhilBoxing.com, 10 Nov 2014

Ancajas. Two promising boxers who fight under the aegis of MP Promotions will see action on two big fight cards in November and December. Pacquiao’s adviser Michael Koncz who handles the affairs of MP Promotions told the Manil  
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TIBAY NG PINOY V: CABALQUINTO, PALICTE STOP FOES
By Lito delos Reyes, PhilBoxing.com, 10 Nov 2014

Undisputed Philippine jr. welterweight champion Adones Cabalquinto and flashy Aston Palicte lived up to their early predictions by stopping their separate rivals in the Tibay ng Pinoy V held Saturday at the Almendras gym  
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PBA CHAIR ON LEAGUE EXPANSION, ASIAN IMPORTS AND GILAS
By Eddie Alinea, PhilBoxing.com, 10 Nov 2014

Gregorio. The opening ceremony of the PBA 40TH Season held before a record 52,612 enthusiasts at the giant Philippine Arena in Bulacan could have easily earned more or less P9 million. PBA chair Patrick Gregorio   
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Kovalev-Hopkins: The fight of 2014
By Bart Barry, 15rounds.com, 10 Nov 2014
The most unexpected thing shared by guys who hit hardest is rarely how hard they hit or the speed of their attack. No, what surprises most about those guys is the nimbleness with which they take a backwards step the first three or four times you try to attack and smother them, their balletic willing  Read Full Story >>>

After the Conquest: What’s Next for “Krusher” Kovalev?
By Paul Magno, The Boxing Tribune, 10 Nov 2014
The fun, glorious stuff has already taken place– Sergey Kovalev scored a one-sided shutout of Bernard Hopkins using his size, strength, and most importantly, unflappable will and focus. He has added Hopkins’ WBA and IBF belts to his own WBO strap. Everything happened perfectly for the “Krusher” a  Read Full Story >>>

Seems like Hopkins is satisfied with this ending
By John Smallwood, philly.com, 10 Nov 2014
ATLANTIC CITY - Perhaps, Bernard Hopkins has finally realized he does not have to be like Mufasa. Not long after the Philadelphia boxing icon began this Yesterday Quest to twist and turn the standard theories of aging and world-class athletic competition upside down, I believed Hopkins, who will   Read Full Story >>>

“Fighting Words” - Kovalev Puts Bonus Onus on Adonis
By David P. Greisman, BoxingScene.com, 10 Nov 2014
Fight fans by the very nature of this sport enjoy picking one boxer to root for and, symmetrically and diametrically, one to root against. Those who follow boxing the closest are just as likely to take sides when there is conflict or rivalry outside of the ring. You need look no further for proo  Read Full Story >>>

Will Hopkins call it a career after losing to Kovalev?
By Jake Kaplan, philly.com, 10 Nov 2014
ATLANTIC CITY - At about a quarter to 2 yesterday morning, an hour after relinquishing his shiny IBF and WBA light heavyweight belts, the man who holds the record as the oldest world champion in boxing history emerged from his locker room at Boardwalk Hall. Flanked by a hoard of supporters, Berna  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao pace, skills will be too much for Algieri, says Roach
By Reuters, The Malaysian Insider, 10 Nov 2014
American challenger Chris Algieri represents a younger, hungrier generation of boxers hoping to take down Manny Pacquiao but the world champion's coach Freddie Roach is confident the Filipino has both the speed and skills to retain his WBO title. Algieri earned his shot at Pacquiao, a winner of   Read Full Story >>>

Chris Algieri Responds To Roach "Tough Kid" Comment
By Michael Woods, The Sweet Science, 10 Nov 2014
Chris Algieri got a kick out of the HBO 24/7, which ran Saturday night late-late, and told TSS his only regret is that more eps aren't running. Oh wait, there's another; the show told viewers that his bed was unmade, and that one stung. "I thought it was great," the Huntington Heartthob told m  Read Full Story >>>

Sergey Kovalev dominated a legend: Weekend Review
By Michael Rosenthal, RingTV.com, 10 Nov 2014
BIGGEST WINNER Sergey Kovalev: Those who predicted that Kovalev would defeat Hopkins knew he was no Beibut Shumenov, Karo Murat or Tavoris Cloud, the last three fighters beaten by Hopkins. And the Russian proved it by dominated boxing’s grand old man en route to winning a shutout decision, the wo  Read Full Story >>>

Hopkins Weighs Retirement but Continues to Train
By Tim Casey, The New York Times, 10 Nov 2014
ATLANTIC CITY — As he walked out of Boardwalk Hall shortly after 2 a.m. Sunday, Bernard Hopkins, the 49-year-old fighter known for his dedication, was already thinking about his next workout. He planned to head to Joe Hand gym in Philadelphia, his hometown, on Monday for what he calls a “shake out”   Read Full Story >>>

Bernard Hopkins not ready to decide on future after loss
By Bob Velin, USA Today, 10 Nov 2014
ATLANTIC CITY — Less than two hours after receiving a beating in the ring like he hasn't seen or felt in years, Bernard Hopkins still had a smile on his somewhat swollen face, a twinkle in his eye and his legendary sense of humor. What the 49-year-old future Hall of Fame boxer didn't have was a p  Read Full Story >>>

Duva: I’ll Talk to Someone in Montreal about Kovalev
By David P. Greisman, BoxingScene.com, 10 Nov 2014
Sergey Kovalev now has three world titles at light heavyweight after his unification win over Bernard Hopkins on Saturday night. And he has two options in terms of Montreal-based opponents — Adonis Stevenson, the lineal champion who opted not to face Kovalev in 2014, or former champion Jean Pascal.   Read Full Story >>>

Pascal Not Scared Off By Kovalev Effort
By Michael Woods, The Sweet Science, 10 Nov 2014
So, Jean Pascal, what did you think of what Sergey Kovalev did to Bernard Hopkins on Saturday night, and how he did it? "Kovalev impressed me," the 32-year-old Haitian-born Montreal resident with the 29-2-1 mark told me. Pascal advisor Greg Leon was taken with how Kovalev looked. Does he think  Read Full Story >>>

Op-Ed: Why Chris Algieri can't do to Pacquiao what he did to Provodnikov
By Leo Reyes, Digital Journal, 10 Nov 2014
Unbeaten light welterweight champion Chris Algieri is hoping he can do to Manny Pacquiao what he did to Ruslan Provodnikov when he scored a split decision victory despite the two knockdowns he suffered in the first round of their title fight last June 14. If Algieri wants to duplicate the game pl  Read Full Story >>>

24/7 Pacquiao-Algieri: Basement Dwellers
By Phil Rivera, Tha Boxing Voice, 10 Nov 2014
If HBO’s one-shot episode of “24/7 Pacquiao-Algieri” was meant to get fans excited about the upcoming November 22 PPV bout, it didn’t achieve its goal. This series began like many other Manny Pacquiao versions before it, with highlights of his early star making performances—including knockouts of Ri  Read Full Story >>>

Algieri steps up
Tempo, 10 Nov 2014
Just around the same time his rival in the Philippines took his preparation to another level, Chris Algieri did the same thing over in Las Vegas as the undefeated US fighter capped training day by sparring a total of 13 rounds over the weekend against three different guys. Two weeks before they   Read Full Story >>>

NBA -- Curry keeps Warriors picture perfect at 5-0
By Joan Secuya-Medida, PhilBoxing.com, 10 Nov 2014

SAN FRANCISCO -- In a battle between the league's only unbeaten teams, the Golden State Warriors raced past the Houston Rockets on Saturday night at the Toyota Center. Steph Curry had plenty to say in his team's 98  
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