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By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 24 Jan 2006
LAS VEGAS--After the terrible beating he received from Filipino superstar Manny Pacquiao, Mexico's Erik Morales was cleared by doctors at the Valley Medical Hospital here of any head injuries he might have suffered following his 10th-round technical knockout loss last Saturday at the Thomas and Mack  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao Evens the Playing Field by Knocking Out Morales
By Brian Wilbur,, 24 Jan 2006

Saturday night live on HBO PPV from the Thomas & Mack Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada Manny Pacquiao, (41-3-2 33 KO's) was a dominant force that could not be denied. Pac Man overcame some rough spots early to wear down and then knock out the gre  
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Song from Manny
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 24 Jan 2006
LAS VEGAS — Believe it or not, Manny Pacquiao was singing a song when he walked inside his dressing room after demolishing Erik Morales in the 10th round at the Thomas and Mack Center here Saturday night. That was how good it felt to beat a legendary Mexican fighter known for his durabilit  Read Full Story >>>

Morning after: Swollen hand, face
By Abac Cordero, The Philippine Star, 24 Jan 2006
LAS VEGAS — Some welts on the face and a swollen left hand for Manny Pacquiao. Some broken bones and a shattered ego for Erik Morales. These are just some of the evident signs of last Saturday’s bruising encounter at the Thomas and Mack Center between two of the greatest boxers in th  Read Full Story >>>

Wilbur's Boxing Notes
By Brian Wilbur,, 24 Jan 2006
I will admit, I was very critical of the Morales vs. Pacquiao HBOPPV line up in the weeks leading up to the fight. Sure, Morales and Pacquiao were, and are, big names and the fight was still good as a main event. But since Morales was coming off of a terrible loss in his last fight, the least they c  Read Full Story >>>

Next Pacquiao fight here in the works
By Abac Cordero, The Philippine Star, 24 Jan 2006
LAS VEGAS – It’s not going to be easy but First Gentleman Mike Arroyo said he’d give it a try. He wants one of Manny Pacquiao’s future fights held in the Philippines. "That’s our plan. That Manny’s future fight will be held in the Philippines,"said the First G  Read Full Story >>>

Pacman takes it easy after biggest day of his life
The Manila Bulletin, 24 Jan 2006
LAS VEGAS — Not even the lure of the neon lights and the prospects of pressing his luck on the casino tables early Sunday evening could force Manny Pacquiao from leaving his grandiose suite at the 51st floor of the Wynn Resort and Casino where he sought warmth and comfort after. Barely 24  Read Full Story >>>

GenSan sets hero’s welcome
The Manila Bulletin, 24 Jan 2006
GENERAL SANTOS CITY — Just like in his past triumphs, Manny Pacquiao, the illustrious son of this bustling city, will be given a red carpet welcome when he arrives here either Saturday or Sunday. This time though it would be bigger, and perhaps more elegant. This was promised yesterd  Read Full Story >>>

FG wants next Pacquiao fight in Manila
The Manila Bulletin, 24 Jan 2006
LAS VEGAS —He did not hide his joy by jumping out of his premium ringside seat the moment Erik Morales went down and referee Kenny Bayless stopped the fight to signal that Manny Pacquiao had succeeded in exacting payback. "Talagang napatalon ako sa upuan ko. Yaaaaah," said a chuckling Fir  Read Full Story >>>

Listen to Pacquiao
The Manila Bulletin, 24 Jan 2006
MANNY Pacquiao knocked out Erik Morales in the tenth round of their return bout in Las Vegas last Sunday. It was an ecstatic moment for all Filipinos at home and around the world. First Gentleman Mike Arroyo, Ilocos Sur Gov. Chavit Singson, and other Filipino dignitaries climbed up the ring  Read Full Story >>>

RSR Mail Bag January 23, 2006
By George Diaz Smith,, 24 Jan 2006
Today we have a greater influx of feedback from Manny Pacquiao fans who voice their frank and candid opinions on our page. They're some of the best fight fans in the world for never abandoning their fighter, and I congratulate Manny's win. We also have one fan who questions the timing for certain bo  Read Full Story >>>

Unity after victory?
The Manila Bulletin, 24 Jan 2006
AT this writing, the electrifying news has traveled faster than sound: Manny Pacquiao defeated his Mexican nemesis, Erik Morales, in the 10th round. As expected, Filipinos (a lot of government officials!) who flocked to Las Vegas to watch the fight were jubilant. As if claiming responsibility for Pa  Read Full Story >>>

For a while, Manny united us
Malaya, 24 Jan 2006
Metro Manila almost looked like it was Good Friday last Sunday. (There were few people in the streets. I suppose that’s how it was in most parts of the country. Everybody was glued to the TV sets to watch Manny Pacquiao pulverize Mexican Erik Morales with a TKO in the 10th round 10 in Las Vega  Read Full Story >>>

Fall in General Santos City crime rate linked to Pacquiao
By Aquiles Z. Zonio, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 24 Jan 2006
GENERAL SANTOS CITY—On the day Manny Pacquiao fought Mexican Erik Morales, this city’s crime rate was unusually down and police attributed it to the fight. Senior Supt. Alfredo Toroctocon, city police chief, said only two incidents were listed in the police blotter on the day Pacquiao  Read Full Story >>>

A Sunday many will never forget
By John Pages, Sun.Star Cebu, 24 Jan 2006
Jeepney drivers took the day off. The Land Transportation Office issued a strict memo: “Private vehicles are not allowed on city streets from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.” The malls opened at 3 p.m. Redemptorist and Sacred Heart, usually packed for the late morning mass, had plenty of room to sp  Read Full Story >>>

Pacman's album a hit in Vegas
ABS-CBN News, 24 Jan 2006

After conquering the ring, Mexican legend Erik Morales and the hearts of legions of fans, Filipino boxing champion may soon become a king of the recording arena. Star Records, the recording arm of ABS-CBN  
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New weapons key to victory
Philippine Daily Inquirer, 24 Jan 2006
LAS VEGAS, Nevada -- The left straight that’s been remodeled into a vicious hook, a bigger and busier right hand, uppercut, new defensive moves anchored on ducking, head movement, side-to-side slips. These didn’t form the complete package but they were the core of the weapon Manny Pac  Read Full Story >>>

Revenge so sweet for triumphant Pacquiao, 24 Jan 2006
MANNY PACQUIAO gained revenge for last year's unanimous points loss to Erik Morales when claiming a 10th-round win over the Mexican legend in Las Vegas. There was little to separate these two ring warriors for the first five rounds of their super-featherweight bout at the Thomas & Mack Arena on t  Read Full Story >>>

‘Hello Manny’ sounds familiar
By Norman Bordadora, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 24 Jan 2006
OPPOSITION congressmen were still scratching their heads a day after they heard President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo’s voice on speaker phone in her brief nationally televised call to congratulate Manny Pacquiao on his victory on Sunday against Erik Morales. The way Ms Arroyo said “Hello  Read Full Story >>>

Fine job
By Conrado de Quiros, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 24 Jan 2006
IT WAS with a huge sense of relief that I greeted last Sunday afternoon. I didn’t know how much more of the ads I could take about Manny Pacquiao’s impending fight with Erik Morales. Every time I watched the NBA on Solar Sports, I would be deluged by them. Some were completely silly -- &  Read Full Story >>>

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