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PACQUIAO: "THIS FIGHT IS MY GIFT TO ALL FILIPINOS"
By Virgi T. Romano, PhilBoxing.com, 12 May 2006
“Fighting Larios is my gift to my countrrymen for the devotion and respect they have given me and my family during my boxing career,” said Pacquiao in his hometown of GenSan on Monday.
Pacquiao will fly to California on Saturday for training at the Wild Card gym in Hollywood.
Now financially Read Full Story >>>
AMONSOT, DENOY IN CRUCIAL BOUTS!
PhilBoxing.com, 12 May 2006
Two of Bohol's pride and joy are in for the toughest test of their boxing careers when they face separate foes on May 12 at the Orleans Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.
WBO Asia-Pacific Super Featherweight champion Czar Amonsot is set to trade mitts in a 10-round non-title bout against Puerto Rica Read Full Story >>>
FightNews.com, 12 May 2006
The 'Flushing Flash' Kevin Kelley is training in Las Vegas to get wired in for his PPV fight vs. Bobby Pacquiao at Madison Square Garden on June 10. Kelley, 58-6-2 with 39 knockouts, is working with trainer Don House (Kid Di Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao-Morales III slated Nov 18
The Philippine Star, 12 May 2006
HBO has set a Nov. 18 date for Manny Pacquiao-Erik Morales III, assuring a blockbuster fight at yearend between two of the world’s top pound-for-pound fighters in the final chapter of the unfolding trilogy.
Jose Morales, the former three-time world champion’s father, told Mexico̵ Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao Taking Larios Lightly?
The Sweet Science, 12 May 2006
Manny Pacquiao’s world of distractions
Does Manny Pacquiao, the Filipino southpaw buzzsaw, underestimate his July 2nd opponent, Oscar Larios?
That’s the whispered word among those in the biz, and that whisper is getting louder, after word leaked out that the 27-year old Pacquiao (4 Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao is arrogant – Larios
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 12 May 2006
ASK OSCAR Larios about his recent visit to the Philippines and he’d tell you how nice and warm the people are except for one fellow who definitely got under his skin. That guy was no other than Manny Pacquiao.
During the press conference formally announcing their July 2 battle at the Ara Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao is arrogant -- Larios
Journal Group, 12 May 2006
MEXICO’s Oscar Larios on Thursday described his rival Manny Pacquiao as “unfriendly and arrogant” when he arrived in Guadalajara from Manila, where the two rings warriors last week signed the contract for their 12-round, non-title showdown at the Araneta Coliseum on July 2 at the A Read Full Story >>>
Larios predicts victory by 6th to 10th rounds
The Manila Times, 12 May 2006
OSCAR LARIOS on Thursday predicted he would be able to beat Manny Pacquiao by the 6th to 10th rounds of their super featherweight clash July 2 at the Araneta Coliseum.
The Mexican, who seeks to embarrass the Filipino boxing icon on his home soil and end a string of his countrymen’s defeats Read Full Story >>>
Larios says Pacman ‘unfriendly, arrogant’
Sun.Star Cebu, 12 May 2006
Mexico's Oscar Larios yesterday described his rival Manny Pacquiao as “unfriendly and arrogant” when he arrived in Guadalajara from Manila, where the two rings warriors last week signed the contract for their 12-round, non-title showdown at the Araneta Coliseum on July 2 at the Araneta C Read Full Story >>>
Ask Geno, May 10, 2006 Edition
By Geno McGahee, RingsideReport.com, 12 May 2006
Hello and welcome to this week's RSR Mailbag. This week, I first want to congratulate Jose Antonio Rivera for his WBA Junior Middleweight Championship in a bout that I was able to watch live at the DCU Center. It was amazing. I was impressed once again with the questions that I received. You people Read Full Story >>>
Dijo Juan Manuel Márquez: "Volveré a ser campeón"
Esto en Linea, 12 May 2006
JUAN Manuel Márquez está decidido a cumplir un anhelo: cerrar este año como campeón mundial pluma nuevamente.
Márquez y su manejador Nacho Beristáin visitaron la redacción Read Full Story >>>
Mayol tormentor may not fight again
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 11 May 2006
It was a high price to pay for victory.
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimumweight champion Eagle Kyowa may be forced to retire if he is unable to recover from a cracked right orbital bone suffered in beating Filipino challenger Rodel Mayol to retain his title in Tokyo last Saturday.
Mayol tol Read Full Story >>>
Morales-Pacquiao III ya tiene fecha, pero...
By Charles Winter, Box-Latino.com, 11 May 2006
Por ser un peleador de gran fortaleza física, que pega fuerte y aguanta castigo, Oscar Larios podría echar por tierra la revancha entre Manny Pacquiao y el tres veces campeón mundial, Erik "Terrible" Morales, programada el próximo 18 Read Full Story >>>
Larios menospreciado por Pacquiao
By David Kaufman, Box-Latino.com, 11 May 2006
Manny Pacquiao me menospreció... Cuando estuvimos frente a frente en Filipinas, durante la conferencia de prensa, tuvo una actitud de pocos amigos, pero se llevará un chasco", dijo Oscar "Chololo" Larios a su llegada a Guadalajara. Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao to return June 3
By Nick Giongco, Tempo, 11 May 2006
The bulk of Manny Pacquiao's training for the July 2 clash with Mexican Oscar Larios would still take place in the country as the steel-fisted Filipino southpaw will return on June 3.
''I am leaving (for the US) on May 15,'' said Pacquiao when he dropped by the Roligon Mega Cockpit in Parañaque Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao may alas vs Larios — Onyok
By Nel Alejandrino, Journal Group, 11 May 2006
WE bumped into Onyok Velasco sa airport while we were waiting for the PAL flight for Naga City. Dadalo siya sa Palarong Pambansa na ginanap sa Naga City this year. Kami naman ay magku-cover ng isang event featuring Vhong Navarro, Bea Alonzo, John Llyod Cruz, Tuesday Vargas, Marvin Agustin, Dominic Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao: This fight is for my countrymen
By Virgi T. Romano, PhilBoxing.com, 10 May 2006
FILIPINO ring idol Manny Pacquiao yesterday said tht his coming bout against Mexican star Oscar Larios on July 2 at the Araneta Coliseum is a gift to his countless fans.
“Fighting Larios is my gift to my countrrymen for the devotion and respect they have given me and my family during my box Read Full Story >>>
Two Super Straws Emerge!
Ace recaps the Mayol-Kyowa fight from this past weekend
By Ace Freeman, FightFan.com, 10 May 2006
In yet another fight that stands out as an early candidate for fight of the year, Japan-based Den Junlaphan, popularly known as Eagle Kyowa of Thailand, won a hard fought unanimous decision over previously undefeated Rodel Mayo Read Full Story >>>
Mayol doesn't deserve his Japanese manager
By Recah Trinidad, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 10 May 2006
BOXING patriot Rex Wakee Salud, who tried but luckily failed to bet on Rodel Mayol, said the failed world boxing title-seeker has been released from the Tokyo hospital to where he was rushed late last Saturday.
There are two plans for Mayol: move up to the light flyweight (108 lbs) class or fight Read Full Story >>>
Finally, Pacquiao begins training for Larios fight
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 10 May 2006
MANNY PACQUIAO finally showed up for training late yesterday afternoon after attending a photo shoot at the ABS-CBN headquarters.
Tipping the scales at 141 lbs, Pacquiao did the punch-mitt routine at the Wild Card Gym in Sucat, Parañaque, as he expressed his desire to put on a show of force again Read Full Story >>>