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By Manny Piņol, PhilBoxing.com, 11 Oct 2005
It was a long journey that I and my bosom buddy, Recah Trinidad, took from Manila to the City of Guadalajara, Mexico, famous for its beautiful women where even the sidewalk vendor selling peanuts looked like the tantalizing Thalia of the Mexican telenovelas.
The year was 1996 and Luisito Espinosa Read Full Story >>>
“THE PINOY” ON THE OTHER PACQUIAO
By Jason Aniel, RingTalk.com, 11 Oct 2005
HAVING LOST CLOSE CALLS, FILIPINO GETS A BREAK!
Las Vegas, NV-A focused, rejuvenated, and motivated Bobby “Drama Setter” Pacquiao, along with Carlos “Famous” Hernandez, engaged in a ten round match that ended in a disputed split decision. Pacquiao, now 25-11-3 11 KOR Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao and Roach to begin training camp in the Philippines
By Brad Cooney, 15rounds.com, 11 Oct 2005
Freddie Roach brings 15rounds up to speed on what is clearly one of the most impressive boxing stables in the game. Roach speaks candidly about the upcoming Manny Pacquaio-Erik Morales rematch, James Toney, Brian Viloria, Read Full Story >>>
RSR Mail Bag October 10, 2005
By George Diaz Smith, RingsideReport.com, 11 Oct 2005
Today we’ve got letters commenting on the Castillo Vs Corrales II bout to incredible feedback, some James “Lights Out” Toney fans expressing their longing for heavyweight supremacy to progress, with questions from the smaller weights to the nostalgic fighters of yesteryear and fina Read Full Story >>>
Masterful US invasion for Filipino pro boxers
By Emmanuel B. Villaruel, The Freeman, 11 Oct 2005
The valiant Filipino fighters look back with pride and fervor burning in their hearts for winning five out of six bouts against their Latino rivals in just a one-month span in the United States - a magnificent feat no other nation could have ever done in the past.
Exactly a month ago, People's C Read Full Story >>>
Much improved Bobby lucky to win
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 11 Oct 2005
While it isn’t clear that Bobby Pacquiao deserved the decision to beat Carlos Hernandez in Las Vegas last Saturday (Sunday in Manila), boxing experts are convinced he’s much-improved and ready to shoot for bigger game.
"Nakadaya tayo but at least nanalo," said Ramon (Moy) Lainez, co- Read Full Story >>>
Bobby seeks rematch with ‘Famoso’ or Raheem next
The Manila Times, 11 Oct 2005
BOBBY PACQUIAO is looking toward a rematch with Carlos “Famoso” Hernandez or a fight with former US Olympian Zahir Raheem, who recently defeated Mexican boxing icon Erik Morales, according to Internet reports Monday.
The younger brother of Manny Pacquiao—who with Rex “Wak Read Full Story >>>
PHILBOXING.COM EXCLUSIVE: CAMPANA WINS IN JAPAN!!
By Salven L. Lagumbay, , 10 Oct 2005
Just minutes ago, Filipino Roselito "Gwapito" Campana of the Marty Elorde Stable scored an important win in Japan, beating local boy and WBC no. 32 flyweight Hiroshi Nakano via seventh-round technical decision in their scheduled 10-rounder in Zepp, Nagoya.
Reports from Japan indicated that Campa Read Full Story >>>
Denkaosan defeats Jun Eraham
By Salven L. Lagumbay, PhilBoxing.com, 10 Oct 2005
One-time World Boxing Association title-challenger Denkaosan Chaovichit of Thailand retained his regional title with a unanimous decision win over Filipino Jun Eraham last Friday, October 7, in Nakorn Phanom, Thailand.
It was Denkaosan's sixth defense of the title since he regained it with a fif Read Full Story >>>
BOBBY READY FOR REMATCH OR RAHEEM
By Salven L. Lagumbay, PhilBoxing.com, 10 Oct 2005
Newly-minted marquee name in boxing, Bobby Pacquiao, has announced he will be ready to take on any comers following his monumental win over Carlos Hernandez at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas.
Pacquiao, who holds the World Boxing Council Continental Americas super-featherweight title, ha Read Full Story >>>
Bobby Pacquiao says Hernandez a 'tough fighter'
ABS-CBN News, 10 Oct 2005
Bobby Pacquiao, the younger brother of World Boxing Council superfeatherweight champion Manny Pacquiao, gave credit to his opponent, former world champion Carlos "Famoso" Hernandez, whom he defeated via a split decision on Saturday (Sunday in Manila).
In an interview over DZMM's Radyo Patrol Bal Read Full Story >>>
Bohol to host WBO championships
By Manny P. Bautista, The Bohol Chronicle, 10 Oct 2005
Two World Boxing Organization (WBO) championship bouts in the island province of Bohol in one card.
Fantastic, marvelous and historic. This was the initial reaction of local fight fans after sportsman city Mayor Dan Neri Lim announced yesterday the hosting of reigning WBO Asia-Pacific bantamweig Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao brod stuns ex-IBF champion
By Salven L. Lagumbay, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 10 Oct 2005
BOBBY PACQUIAO finally stepped out of his popular brother's shadow yesterday, hacking out a split decision victory over former International Boxing Federation (IBF) super featherweight champion Carlos "Famoso" Hernandez in Read Full Story >>>
Rematch looms for Bobby Pacquiao
By Recah Trinidad, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 10 Oct 2005
THE FIGHT could have gone either way.
This was admitted by Rex Wakee Salud, maker of world champions, who was at ringside when Bobby Pacquiao scored a split decision win over Carlos "Famoso" Hernandez in Las Vegas yesterday.
Salud manages Bobby in a teamup with Manny Pacquiao, fabulous elder b Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao upsets Hernandez, who cries 'Robbery!'
By Victor Perea, FightNews.com, 10 Oct 2005
Carlos "El Famoso" Hernandez 41-6-1 (24) came into Saturday night's fight versus Bobby Pacquiao 26-11-3 (11), as one of the heaviest favorites on the card. The former world Champion was looking to once again make a name for himself in the boxing world, wanting to put himself in position to battle fo Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao upsets Hernandez
By Emmanuel B. Villaruel, The Freeman, 10 Oct 2005
Filipino boxer Bobby Pacquiao knocked down former world champion Carlos "El Famoso" Hernandez in the second round and went on to score a somewhat controversial split decision victory in their well-applauded 10-round contest on Saturday night (Sunday morning RP time) at the Thomas and Mack Center in Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao brod escapes with win v. Hernandez
By Glenn C. Michelena, Sun.Star Cebu, 10 Oct 2005
AFTER years of toiling under the shadow of his more illustrious older brother, Bobby Pacquiao finally got his chance on the big stage, and made sure the opportunity didn’t go to waste.
Displaying impressive technical skill at the onset and tremendous heart in the windup, Pacquiao scored a Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao survives Hernandez
By Charles Raymond A. Maxey, Sun.Star Davao, 10 Oct 2005
BOBBY Pacquiao proved his critics wrong, showing a lot of heart in scoring a split decision win over former world super featherweight champion Carlos "Famoso" Hernandez Saturday (Sunday in Manila) at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Pacquiao, the younger brother of the more illus Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao brod scores split decision over ex-champ
The Daily Tribune, 10 Oct 2005
LAS VEGAS, Nevada —Bobby Pacquiao scored the biggest victory of his career yet over former International Boxing Federation (IBF) champion Carlos “El Famoso” Hernandez in a 10-round split decision that was shocking for some and controversial for others who couldn't believe the illus Read Full Story >>>
Other Pacquiao decisions ‘Famoso’
The Philippine Star, 10 Oct 2005
Filipino Bobby Pacquiao, a southpaw like his elder world champion Manny Pacquiao, dropped former world champion Carlos "Famoso" Hernandez in round two and used a late surge to take a close 10-round split decision in their non-title bout at the Thomas & Mack Arena in las Vegas Saturday (Sunday in Man Read Full Story >>>