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Miguel Cotto leaves Pacquiao loss in the past and aims to the future with new trainer Steward
By Dennis 'dSource' Guillermo,, 18 May 2010
As great athletes and competitors know, you can't hang your head too much on a loss. And after his hard-fought defeat against Manny Pacquiao, Puerto Rico's biggest boxing star Miguel Cotto is taking the same approach. "The loss happened on November 13. Two or three months is more than enough. We'  Read Full Story >>>


Undefeated Filipino lightweight sensation Mercito "No Mercy" Gesta (17-0-1, 7KO) of takes his first step towards a world title as he faces off against KO artist Oscar "El Estudiante" Meza (19-3, 17KO) for the vacant WBO A  
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Boxing Historian Mike Silver on Floyd Mayweather, Manny Pacquiao, Shane Mosley and Much More
By David Tyler,, 18 May 2010
Let's welcome the author of the definitive book about boxing: "The Arc of Boxing: The Rise and Decline of the Sweet Science”. Boxing historian Mike Silver has agreed to share his views about the recent Mayweather/ Mosley fight. Mike also gives us his unique insight into a possible Mayweather/ Pacq  Read Full Story >>>

Manny Pacquiao gets justice with Amir Khan's destruction of Paulie Malignaggi
By Rick Rockwell,, 18 May 2010
Amir Khan's victory over Paulie Malignaggi provided Manny Pacquiao with some poetic justice. For the last several months now, Paulie Malignaggi has attacked Manny Pacquiao in the media. He's accused Manny of being a cheater, a liar, and taking PEDs. Throughout this entire period of verbal bashing, A  Read Full Story >>>

By Ed de la Vega, DDS,, 18 May 2010
Luis Melendez, the big hitting slugger from Baranquilla, Columbia who is best known amongst Filipinos as the guy that “retired” ZC Gorres is coming to Cebu perhaps to prove a point, that is - he can take on any of the ALA Boys on his weight class. Melendez is booked to fight ALA boy Michael Domi  Read Full Story >>>

Congressional duties likely to keep Pacquiao in the ring longer
By Scott Heritage,, 18 May 2010
After winning a congressional seat by a landslide, many fans of Manny Pacquiao were worried about whether his new position would affect his boxing career. Having publicly discussed retirement several times in the past as well as already having a full schedule, many think the addition of yet anot  Read Full Story >>>

By Ronnie Nathanielsz,, 18 May 2010
Japan’s No. 1 ranked super featherweight Rikiya Fukuhara has beaten hard-hitting Filipino Fernando Otic in an eight round bout at the Super Arena in Saitama, not far from the capital of Tokyo. All three judges scored the fight for the Japanese with two judges turning in 79-74 scorecards and the   Read Full Story >>>

By Percy Crawford,, 18 May 2010
"The pros are you know the other guy's weakness and you know how to exploit them. The cons are that the other guy knows your weakness and can exploit them (laughing). It's much more difficult than facing a new this fight, I'm going to switch it up a little more. I want to box more in t  Read Full Story >>>

The Return of Antonio Margarito
By Jeff Pryor, The Boxing Bulletin, 18 May 2010
"The Tornado" blew back into town recently and showed a few new wrinkles in his game, when Antonio Margarito came off his long suspension and outpointed a game, strong, bigger, but limited opponent in Roberto Garcia. What was most interesting about the fight however was not that the Tijuana toughman  Read Full Story >>>

Court case hangs over Floyd-Pacquiao fight
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 18 May 2010
The defamation suit filed by Manny Pacquiao against the Mayweathers — Floyd Jr., Floyd Sr. and Roger – and Golden Boy Promotions (GBP) will play a key role in negotiations to reach a deal for a super showdown between the two leading fighters in the world. Pacquiao promoter Bob Arum told the Las V  Read Full Story >>>

By Ronnie Nathanielsz,, 17 May 2010

After beating countryman Roberto Gomez in a pulsating semi final match 8-6 Dennis Orcollo clawed back from 1-3 down to beat Japan’s giant-killer Toru Kuribayashi 8-3 to win the 2010 World Pool Masters at the Ri  
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By Ronnie Nathanielsz,, 17 May 2010

The demands of his new challenge as Congressman from the province of Sarangani has forced piund-for-pound king and “Fighter of the Decade” Manny Pacquiao to regrettably decline an invitation to be speial guest   
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Former Japanese World Champion Takayama signs up with ALA Promotions, 17 May 2010

ALA Promotions has signed up former WBA and WBC Minimumweight Champion Katsunari Takayama of Osaka, Japan. In a recent move on going global, ALA Promotions is starting to sign up fighters not just from the ALA Gym t  
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Pacquiao: Political win won't affect my ring performance
ABS-CBN News, 17 May 2010

MANILA, Philippines – Seven-division world champion Manny Pacquiao assured his fans that he can still fight in blockbuster bouts even if he takes on a new role as congressman of Sarang  
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“Fighting Words” – Khan-Malignaggi: Tweet, Tweet Victory
By David P. Greisman,, 17 May 2010
They are called keyboard warriors. They are those who take advantage of the impersonal nature of the Internet. They hurl insults, provoke and taunt with no fear of retribution, no potential for comeuppance. It is easy to hide behind the keyboard, be it in chat rooms, on message boards, or in news  Read Full Story >>>

Boxing Truth Radio: The Resurgence of "King" Khan, "The Great" Katsidis, and "Vicious" Ortiz
The Boxing Truth, 17 May 2010
May 16, 2010 - Boxing Truth Radio: The Resurgence of "King" Khan, "The Great" Katsidis, and "Vicious" Ortiz The Boxing Truth Radio returns with discussion of a very solid weekend of boxing. Amir "King" Khan, solidified himself as a top player within the junior welterweight division with his decis  Read Full Story >>>

Floyd Mayweather JR Vs Manny Pacquiao: The Pound for Pound Examination
By Geno McGahee,, 17 May 2010
There are two sides and both sides, both with compelling arguments, and both with evidence backing up their claims, but like any other popular debate, much of the focus seems to be on the ignorant. If you watch a newscast with protesters, they typically go for the one with the aluminum foil hat, scr  Read Full Story >>>

Aftermath: A Little Perspective on Khan-Malignaggi & Other Weekend Results
By Carlos Acevedo, The Cruelest Sport, 17 May 2010
Amir Khan stopped Paulie Malignaggi in 11 rounds before a lively crowd at The Theater in Madison Square Garden and already the peanut gallery is choking on its shells. Khan has been called, presumably without tongue in cheek, “a dominating 140-pounder” by Sigh. Perspective is as lacking   Read Full Story >>>

By Frances Martel,, 17 May 2010
NEW YORK, NY- Sometimes, having too much heart can be a bad thing. Last night, we saw a fight end how it inevitably must, but, because a fighter refused to follow the game plan and give it up, took about an extra five levels of severe damage. It was like you could see Paulie Malignaggi’s (27-4, 5 KO  Read Full Story >>>

Dougie's MASSIVE Monday Mailbag
By Doug Fischer, The Ring, 17 May 2010
NEXT FOR KHAN? Hey Dougie, Short and sweet this time... Of the top three Junior Welterweights, other than Manny Pacquiao, who do you see Amir Khan facing next? I say his handlers make the mistake of going for Tim Bradley, simply for him being less likely to KO Khan than Marcos Maidana or Devo  Read Full Story >>>

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