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By Ronnie Nathanielsz,, 18 Apr 2007
The Philippines Dondon Sultan is set to defend his WBF welterweight title against Frenchman Hamza Issa in Calais, France on June 15. Well known boxing promoter and manager Sammy Gello-ani informed Viva Sports/Manila Standard Today after he was informed that Australia’s “Promoter of t  Read Full Story >>>

By Ronnie Nathanielsz,, 18 Apr 2007
There’s another looming mismatch which the Games and Amusements Board boxing division doesn’t know anything about despite the fact that it has been publicized on the popular boxing site as well as The fight, this time scheduled at the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo  Read Full Story >>>

By Joe Koizumi,, 18 Apr 2007
MITANI DISPATCHES TERABATAKE April 15, 2007 TAKASAGO, JAPAN WBC#11 Japanese bantam champ (20-1, 10 KOs), 118, impressively retained his national belt as he displayed a beautiful three-punch combination to floor mandatory challenger Shota Terabatake (15-4, 5 KOs), 117.5, and drop him again   Read Full Story >>>

Metro turns into ‘Manny-la,’ Arroyo calls him shining light
Philippine Daily Inquirer, 18 Apr 2007
MANILA, Philippines -- Imagine what a knockout can do. Showing that he could have the best of both worlds, the people’s champ returned home to a triumphal welcome Tuesday and proudly claimed some of those who had criticized him for entering politics were now on his side. “Nagbalikt  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao gets P96-M for Solis fight
The Manila Bulletin, 18 Apr 2007
Manny Pacquiao’s purse for the Jorge Solis fight was $ 2 million (about P96 million) but the boxer said during a TV interview yesterday that 35 percent of the prize (about $ 700,000 or P33 million) will be deducted by American tax authorities. Pacquiao’s purse had remained a mystery  Read Full Story >>>

Soto ready to take on two Pacquiaos
By Dante Navarro, The Philippine Star, 18 Apr 2007
Humberto Soto, the WBC (World Boxing Council) No. 2 super featherweight contender, vows to do what his fellow Mexican fighters had failed to achieve the last few years – beat Manny Pacquiao. But what could separate him from the likes of Erik Morales, Marco Antonio Barrera and Juan Manuel M  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao braces for next ‘fight’
The Philippine Star, 18 Apr 2007
Still basking in his latest victory in the boxing ring, Manny Pacquiao is all set for the next fight of his life – local politics. Pacquiao said his victory over Mexican challenger Jorge Solis allowed him to focus on his congressional bid in his hometown of General Santos City against Rep.  Read Full Story >>>

Manny pumped up for next ‘bout’
By Sam Mediavilla, The Manila Times, 18 Apr 2007
Fresh from his victory in the boxing ring against a Mexican fighter, Manny Pacquiao said Tuesday that he was looking forward to his next bout, this time in the political arena. Pacquiao arrived back in the country and was met by Manila Mayor Lito Atienza at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport  Read Full Story >>>

This was 2006: The best, and the not-so-good
By Robert Morales, CBS, 18 Apr 2007
Now that everything important has taken place, thought it would be a good time to dole out some awards -- good and bad -- for 2006. Some of my awards are typical, some are unique. They're all juicy: Hypocrite of the Year: Diego Corrales This was probably the easiest pick to make. When J  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao’s political campaign
By Bong O. Wenceslao, Sun.Star Cebu, 18 Apr 2007
I DON'T know if it was planned, but I agree that Filipino boxing icon Manny Pacquiao bringing to the world his campaign for a congressional seat in the Philippines was initially amusing. When I gave it more thought, however, I realized the act was not flattering at all to us Filipinos. And I doubt i  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao gets warm welcome, stays at Manila Hotel
The Manila Bulletin, 18 Apr 2007
As far as Manny Pacquiao is concerned, politics and boxing can go together if both are practiced with self- discipline. "Kaya ko naman iyan basta magkaroon lang ng disiplina sa sarili. Kung dati nga ang dami kong ginagawa nagkaroon pa ako ng time sa lahat, iyan pa kaya na dalawa (boxing and po  Read Full Story >>>

Network Pooled Editorial: Pacquiao: the hero and the politician
Sun.Star Cebu, 18 Apr 2007
IN myth and legend, a hero is “a man of great courage, favored by the gods and in part descended from them, often regarded as a half-god.” In real life, he is a person admired for qualities and achievements and regarded as an ideal or model. Most Filipinos regard Manny Pacquiao as a   Read Full Story >>>

Was That Freddie Roach, Justin Fortune Or Two Benihana Chefs In Manny's Corner?
By Michael Marley, Boxing Confidential, 18 Apr 2007
Are you sure that was Freddie Roach and Justin Fortune working the corner for Manny Pacquaio Saturday night? From my perch in press row, what with the headbands and the Japanese-style shirts, it could’ve been a couple of Benihana chefs moonlighting in Pacman’s corner. They looked like th  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao says Viloria needs more counter punch, 18 Apr 2007
Take it from world boxing icon Manny Pacquiao: former World Boxing Council (WBC) light flyweight Brian Viloria can still go on fighting to reclaim his title but first, he needs to throw more and more counter punches to win the nod of judges. Touted as “Hawaiian Punch”, Viloria lost hi  Read Full Story >>>

Philippine President welcomes boxing idol in presidential palace
People's Daily Online (CN), 18 Apr 2007
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo welcomed warmly on Tuesday the Filipino boxing idol Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao by personally greeting him at the foyer of Malacanang presidential palace's Rizal Hall. "The people's champion has once again brought victory and pride to the nation. His phys  Read Full Story >>>

PGMA cites PacMan for will to uplift countrymen
PIA Information Service, 18 Apr 2007
Manila (17 April) -- In his courtesy call to the Chief Executive at the Malacaņang palace following his arrival from a boxing feat at Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas recently, President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo praised Manny “PacMan” Pacquiao, saying once again he brought victory and pride   Read Full Story >>>

Home is the hero
By Charles Raymond A. Maxey, Sun.Star Davao, 18 Apr 2007
FILIPINO boxing icon Manny Pacquiao arrived in the country Tuesday morning to a hero's welcome following yet another major sporting conquest abroad. Pacquiao, clad in his trademark long-sleeved polo short, was welcomed at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport-2 by city officials and well-wisher  Read Full Story >>>

Weight blamed for Viloria’s loss
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 18 Apr 2007
SAN ANTONIO – Brian Viloria ran out of steam in the late going and his manager Gary Gittlesohn said yesterday the draining effort to make the 108-pound limit contributed to a poor finish that led to Edgar Sosa stealing the vacant WBC lightflyweight title via a majority 12-round decision at the  Read Full Story >>>

27 days to E-Day: When a 'hero' becomes a sheepdog
GMA News Online, 18 Apr 2007
“Babe" in the movie with the same title defied destiny by daring to be different. Babe was a piglet that acted like a sheepdog. On Tuesday, 27 days before the May 14 elections, boxing champ Manny Pacquiao acted like Babe, herding pro-Arroyo administration candidates around the streets of Manil  Read Full Story >>>

‘Travieso’ getting married
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 18 Apr 2007
SAN ANTONIO – A bloodied and battered Jorge Arce lost to defending WBC superflyweight champion Cristian Mijares at the Alamodome here Saturday night but won the heart of beauteous Carima Gutierrez who will be his bride in a June wedding. Arce, 27, suffered an ugly gash on the bridge of his  Read Full Story >>>

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