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What if Clottey beats Pacquiao, What Then?
The Boxing Historian, 30 Jan 2010
What are the ramifications for Manny Pacquiao if Ghanian Joshua Clottey defeats him at the Cowboy’s stadium on March 13th. Will Pacquiao’s world come tumbling down around him like Tysons did in 1990, when massive underdog James Buster Dougles knocked him out in the Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Ja Read Full Story >>>
En Peso Vázquez Jr. y Sonsona
PRBOXEO.com, 30 Jan 2010
BAYAMÓN, PUERTO RICO - Nuevamente, Wilfredo Vázquez Jr. demostró la forma en que se está preparando para su choque del próximo 27 de
febrero en el cartel “Haciendo Historia” cuando se mida a Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao should be ashamed of sparring a 0-6 fighter
By Quentin Reed, Official Scorecard, 30 Jan 2010
“Don’t listen to their words, fix your attention on their deeds.” —Albert Einstein
So I wake up this morning on this beautiful sunny day in Southern California doing my normal daily routine. A routine that consisted of me signing online checking the OfficialScoreCard web s Read Full Story >>>
HBO CREW WON’T CALL JONES-HOPKINS 2
By Evan Korn, FightHype.com, 30 Jan 2010
Oh, how the mighty have fallen.
According to ESPN.com’s Dan Rafael, the regular HBO PPV crew (Jim Lampley, Larry Merchant, etc) will not be on hand for the April 3 rematch between Bernard Hopkins and Roy Jones Jr. While the distribution of the bout will be handled by HBO, Golden Boy Promoti Read Full Story >>>
WBC NAMES PACQUIAO 'BOXER OF THE YEAR'
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, PhilBoxing.com, 30 Jan 2010
The World Boxing Council has named pound-for-pound king Manny Pacquiao as "The Boxer of the Year" following his devastating victories over Ricky "The Hitman" Hatton and WBO welterweight champion Miguel Cotto last year.
The Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao hurts sparring mate
By Joseph Pimentel, ABS-CBN News, 30 Jan 2010
LOS ANGELES, California -- Filipino boxing champ Manny Pacquiao concluded his first day of sparring on Thursday (Friday in Manila) by dominating journeyman boxer Bryan Brooks in fo Read Full Story >>>
Floyd Mayweather's adviser: Announcement of Shane Mosley fight 'definitely' by next week
By David Mayo, The Grand Rapids Press, 30 Jan 2010
Floyd Mayweather’s adviser said he saw no remaining hang-ups in negotiations for a Shane Mosley fight and said an announcement “definitely” would come next week.
“We’re very close,” Leonard Ellerbe said. “There are no hang-ups. It’s just all the leg Read Full Story >>>
The Glass IS Half-Full: Why Boxing May Benefit from No Manny Pacquiao/Floyd Mayweather Mega Fight
By Mike Plunkett, RingsideReport.com, 30 Jan 2010
I reached a point of complete mental exhaustion with the ongoing negotiations between the camps of Floyd Mayweather, JR., and Manny Pacquiao long before the throngs of Mayweather supporters started chanting in unison that something was up on the basis of Team Pacquiao’s outright refusal to sub Read Full Story >>>
Viloria blames self for bitter loss
By Abac Cordero, The Philippine Star, 30 Jan 2010
MANILA, Philippines - It looks like Brian Viloria is far from finished, and the way he sounded yesterday, all he needs is a good rest and some time to think things over before he could return to the ring.
Six days after losing his IBF light-flyweight crown to Carlos Tamara, Viloria still carried Read Full Story >>>
Mayol vs. Romero
By Mike T. Limpag, Sun.Star Cebu, 30 Jan 2010
WBC light flyweight champion Rodel Mayol avoided losing his title after agreeing to face Omar Niño Romero for his mandatory title defense.
Mayol, who won his belt last Nov. 21, 2009, will face Romero on Feb. 27 in Mexico.
Philboxing.com reported last Thursday that the WBC has given Mayol ̶ Read Full Story >>>
Mosley vs. Mayweather: The Perfect Solution to the Pacquiao Fight Collapse
By Tom Degun, ProBoxing-fans.com, 30 Jan 2010
After losing the biggest pay-per-view fight in history Money v Mosley could provide the perfect silver-lining
When the catastrophic news emerged in January this year that Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather’s mega-fight with Manny Pacquiao was definitely off; despair gripped the boxing wor Read Full Story >>>
Evander Holyfield's title dream: boxing is a funny old game
By Kevin Mitchell, guardian.co.uk, 30 Jan 2010
Boxing is a weird, weird business. You can be top of the Christmas tree one day, and the gum on the shoe the next.
One night 10 years ago in London, a flash 19-year-old kid from south London snuck into the London Arena in Docklands to see Lennox Lewis defend his world heavyweight titles against F Read Full Story >>>
Floyd Mayweather, Jr. v Shane Mosley: "imminent"?
By Eric R. Sloan, Examiner.com, 30 Jan 2010
Kevin Iole at Yahoo recently reported that the signing of Floyd Mayweather, Jr.-Shane Mosley fight is "imminent." Interesting indeed. If true, then Mayweather finally found not only a fighter who may well need a few extra procedures in the performance enhancing drug testing department, but also the Read Full Story >>>
Gary and Martin willing to sing in Pacquiao-Clottey match
The Manila Bulletin, 30 Jan 2010
Superstars Martin Nievera and Gary Valenciano are okay with singing in the forthcoming Manny Pacquiao-Clottey match, especially since they will be in the U.S. a day before the much-awaited bout.
"It’s not as if we’ve been invited or that we’ve been offered to do it, but, yes, we Read Full Story >>>
GIRI BEATS SO IN KEY CORUS B MATCHUP
By Rene Bonsubre, Jr., PhilBoxing.com, 30 Jan 2010
Corus B Tournament leader leader Anish Giri of Holland beat Wesley So of the Philippines in a crucial 11th round clash Friday night (Manila Time) that could potentially decide the winner of the tournament.
GM So opened with 1.e4 and GM Giri responded with the Petroff defense (1….e5 2. Nf3 Nf6). Read Full Story >>>
2010 Asian Games Updates from SCOOP
By Eddie Alinea, PhilBoxing.com, 30 Jan 2010
There’s no substitute to early preparations.
With this in mind, the Philippine Olympic Committee is calling on all national sports associations whose sports will be played in this year’s Asia Games to submit their plans as to their athletes’ preparations for the coming quadrennial conclave set i Read Full Story >>>
VILORIA: I’D RATHER DIE DOING WHAT I LOVE
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, PhilBoxing.com, 29 Jan 2010
If his statements over lunch with a selected media group is any indication then former two-time world light flyweight champion Brian Viloria will be back, aiming for another world title.
Although for the time being he Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao – Clottey “The Event” and what’s good for boxing
By Albert Alvarez, Diamond Boxing, 29 Jan 2010
Pacquiao Vs. Clottey- The Event scheduled on March 13th Live from Cowboys Stadium, will be Pacquiao’s toughest fight. I have been hearing and reading that many believe that this will be an easy fight for the Pac-Man. Many are even saying that Pacquiao is going to knock out Clottey. As much as Read Full Story >>>
Pac Man's Real Power Pellets: Pacquiao's remarkable dedication to boxing and his country
By Dennis 'dSource' Guillermo, Examiner.com, 29 Jan 2010
I'm sure most of us here are young or old enough -- whichever is the case -- to be familiar with the video game character Manny Pacquiao's moniker is taken after.
Take the first syllables of his first and last name, flip its order and there you have it- a nickname that was once synonymous to vid Read Full Story >>>
10 questions going into the Pacquiao-Clottey fight
By Michael Rosenthal, The Ring, 29 Jan 2010
1. Is Clottey a worthy opponent? Short answer: yes. Pacquiao is THE RING’s No. 1-rated welterweight; Clottey is No. 5. That’s a good matchup. The Ghanian is coming off a loss to Miguel Cotto, one of the most-respected fighters in the world, but some believe he did enough to win a close d Read Full Story >>>