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Larios wants Pacquiao’s hide
By Dante Navarro, The Philippine Star, 24 Nov 2003
Oscar Larios, the hard-hitting Mexican holder of the WBC (World Boxing Council) crown, challenged Filipino IBF (International Boxing Federation) champion Manny Pacquiao to a unification bout for the super bantamweight title moments after scoring a 10th round TKO win over Napopol Kiattisakchocchoi at  Read Full Story >>>

Hussien wants another crack at Manny
By Grantlee Kieza, The Daily Telegraph, 24 Nov 2003
Manny Pacquiao, a wild swinging party animal from the Philippines, had to climb from the canvas to win a highly controversial cut eye stoppage over Nedal in Manila three years ago in Hussein's only defeat in 32 pro fights. Last weekend Pacquiao climbed from the canvas in the first round to stop M  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao takes a breather
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, Manila Standard, 24 Nov 2003
Manny Pacquiao, the country’s exciting sports hero, decided to relax and catch his breath after a rousing airport welcome Friday. He also looked forward to a mammoth motorcade and ticker tape parade through Manila and Makati highlighted by a courtesy call on President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo at Mala  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao to visit GMA in Malacañang this pm
By Emmanuel B. Villaruel, The Freeman, 24 Nov 2003
FILIPINO hero Manny Pacquiao was swarmed with adoring fans upon his arrival last Friday night, but the brightest star in boxing constellation at the moment will have another taste of a hero’s welcome today with an array of activities lined up for him highlighted by his courtesy call on President Glo  Read Full Story >>>

Local fight was big hit
By John Whisler, San Antonio Express, 24 Nov 2003
new champion was crowned, a star was born and, for a night, the focus of the boxing world fell on San Antonio. Manny Pacquiao's 11th-round knockout of Marco Antonio Barrera last weekend at the Alamodome surely will go down as one of the more impressive performances by a fighter this city has ever  Read Full Story >>>

Manny Pacquiao, the King, returns
By Dominic Menor, ABS-CBN News, 23 Nov 2003

It was really not an unfamiliar scene. For the fifth time in Manny Pacquiao’s young, nine-year boxing career, his arrival at the airport late Friday night from the US was met with radiant klieg lights and blinding flashbulbs, as well a  Read Full Story >>>

Rousing welcome for Filipino champ
By Omar Acosta, The Daily Tribune, 23 Nov 2003
A grandiose and royal welcome befitting a “King” greeted Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao from his return from his masterful victory over Marco Antonio Barrera in the US. Pacquiao, garbed in a blue suit together with wife Jinky, business manager Rod Nazario, trainers Buboy Fernandez, Moi Lainez, Lit  Read Full Story >>>

Big day for Manny
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 23 Nov 2003
The country’s ring sensation Manny Pacquiao flew in last Friday night on board a Northwest Airlines flight and he’s staying in the MacArthur Suite at the Manila Hotel with his wife Jinkee this weekend. I heard a generous benefactor arranged to upgrade the Northwest economy tickets of Manny, Jink  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao quitting at 30
By Roy Luarca, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 23 Nov 2003
MANNY Pacquiao knows that the fame and glory he's enjoying now won't last forever. He's giving himself five more years before quitting boxing altogether. "I'll stop fighting when I'm 30. I may be earning millions, but boxing is hard. My body needs rest by then," said Pacquiao during a phone inte  Read Full Story >>>

Manila to honor Pacquiao
By Ronniel C. de Guzman and Bong Karno Rodriguez, The Manila Bulletin, 23 Nov 2003
Manila Mayor Jose Atienza Jr. said that a hero's welcome awaits International Boxing Federation (IBF) super bantamweight champion Manuel "Manny" Pacquiao tomorrow (Monday) as a tribute for his extraordinary feat of defeating featherweight boxing great Marco Antonio Barrera. Atienza said that they  Read Full Story >>>

By Barry McGuigan,, 23 Nov 2003
Marco Antonio Barerra's defeat by Manny Pacquiao was a real turn up for the books. But it just goes to show that every fighter has a shelf-life and perhaps Barrera had hung around too long. There were no signs of any decay before and it could have been an anomoly of things that went wrong: he   Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao Lands in the Philippines
By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 22 Nov 2003
THE PHILIPPINES — The scene looked as if God had descended from heaven. With several hundreds of eager fans waiting for him even at Friday’s late hours, reigning The Ring’s featherweight champ Manny Pacquiao finally made it to his beloved country, touching down at 9:40 p.m. on board a Northwest Airl  Read Full Story >>>

Welcome back and congratulations, Manny Pacquiao
By Editorial, The Manila Bulletin, 22 Nov 2003
IN a public opinion poll conducted by a reputable survey organization several years back, the respondents were asked the question, what makes them proud to be Filipinos? The plurality of the respondents identified a compatriot’s achievement in sports as a source of pride. Such perception is justifie  Read Full Story >>>

By Winchell Campos, The Daily Tribune, 22 Nov 2003
LOS ANGELES - Newest Philippine hero and king of featherweights Manny Pacquiao promised to return to this City of Angels as soon as possible to prepare as hard as his last and get ready for his next opponent, whoever he may be. Knowing that “weary is the head who wears the crown,” Pacquiao said h  Read Full Story >>>

Man of the Year
By Edong, The Manila Times, 22 Nov 2003
Manny Pacquiao is my Man of the Year. Filipino politicians are my Most Outstanding Advertising Practitioners because they are experts at self-promotion. The best-organized political party is ABS-CBN. A look at the latest Malacañang-sponsored survey shows top ABS-CBN personalities dominate th  Read Full Story >>>

Ban boxing, ban cars
By Homer D. Sayson, Sun.Star Cebu, 22 Nov 2003
CHICAGO – Today’s column begins with a letter from Rodrigo Padilla (, a San Diego, California-based boxing fan who is “utterly disgusted” with Sen. Aquilino Pimentel’s desire “to ban boxing.” Rodrigo wondered: “More people in the Philippines are killed each year due to vehicul  Read Full Story >>>

Distractions Played a Role in featherweight fight!
By Pedro A Garcia,, 22 Nov 2003
There were distractions that surrounded my camp prior to the fight" said Barrera. But he also made it clear that those distractions should not take away from Manny Pacquiao's (38-2-ko's30-draw 1) victory Saturday night in front of a shocked and astonished pro Barrera crowd at the Alamodome in San An  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao to Grace Suico Defense at Waterfront
By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 21 Nov 2003
The world’s hottest boxing idol will soon be ringside when the Philippines’ hottest prospect goes to war. Universal featherweight champ and The Ring magazine featherweight ruler Manny Pacquiao, fresh from his scintillating TKO win over Marco Antonio Barrera, has been invited to grace the December  Read Full Story >>>

Barrera-Morales rematch in doubt
By Trae Thompson, Star Telegram, 21 Nov 2003
A third fight between Marco Antonio Barrera and Erik Morales? That may be an afterthought now. Manny Pacquiao's 11th-round technical knockout victory over Barrera (57-4, 40 knockouts) on Saturday was one of the biggest newsmakers of the year in boxing. After his loss, Barrera admitted he will hav  Read Full Story >>>

By Jason Probst,, 21 Nov 2003
As far as Barrera’s derailment, the reason for it is probably a combination of age, but moreover, the fact that Pac-Man’s style is the perfect one to exploit chinks in an aging fighter. Barrera could, and will, continue to beat good featherweights, but it’s just that the immediacy of Pacquiao’s atta  Read Full Story >>>

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