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Erik mad at Roach
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, Manila Standard Today, 19 Jul 2006
LEGENDARY Mexican Erik “El Terrible” Morales is mad at trainer Freddie Roach for his remarks in which he called the Mexican a “loud mouth and a nasty guy who had no respect for Manny Pacquiao and the Filipino people.” Roach made the comments in an interview with Viva Spor  Read Full Story >>>

Wandee edges Rubillar!
By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 18 Jul 2006
Just seconds ago, Thailand's Wandee Singwangcha prevailed on a unanimous decision over Filipino Juanito Rubillar to claim the World Boxing Council junior flyweight interim title in their 12-round battle at the Mall Shopping Center in Bangkapi, Bangkok, Thailand. It was a highly competitive fight.  Read Full Story >>>

By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 18 Jul 2006
Both fighters are now ready to plunge into action, but the perfunctory introduction of numerous sponsors is still on going. Boxing Thailand-style includes having all reps of these sponsoring companies get up the ring, introduced and then they shake hands with the boxers. This round by round is  Read Full Story >>>

Morales fuming at Roach comments!, 18 Jul 2006

It is not easy to get three-time world champion Erik "El Terrible" Morales to respond to words spoken outside a ring, but the Mexican icon is not pleased about comments trainer Freddie Roach made about him while in the Philippines e  
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Rubillar, Singwangcha Dispute WBC Interim Title Today in Bangkok
By Edward Thangarajah, Bangkok Post, 18 Jul 2006
Juanito Rubillar of the Philippines and Thailand's Wandee Singwangcha made the weight easily for today's World Boxing Council interim light-flyweight title fight at the MCC Hall of the Mall Shopping Centre at Bangkapi. Juanito weighed 49.92 kilos and Wandee scaled 49.96 kilos. The light-flyweight we  Read Full Story >>>

By Ed de la Vega, DDS,, 18 Jul 2006
Las Vegas, Nevada - WBO Super bantamweight champion, Daniel Ponce de Leon on Saturday night successfully defended his crown against Sor Looknongyantoy of Thailand. Sor was the same fighter he beat via a 12 round UD last October at the Desert Diamond Casino in Tucson, Arizona to win the v  Read Full Story >>>

I can easily beat Diaz — Pacquiao
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 18 Jul 2006
HOW MANNY Pacquiao wished that he was the one on top of the ring Saturday night in Las Vegas and not the hapless and immobile Randy Suico who was beaten to a pulp by the rugged Mexican Juan Diaz. "I am not boasting but I know the way how to beat (Juan) Diaz," Pacquiao said from his hometown of G  Read Full Story >>>

Himamaylan sculptor wants Pacquiao to see his piece
By Henry C. Villalva, Sun.Star Bacolod, 18 Jul 2006
HIMAMAYLAN City resident Herminio Aurelio is a diehard fan of Filipino boxing icon Manny Pacquiao. But unlike the rest, Aurelio is no ordinary fan. He is a sculptor who did a life-size Pacman statue which he would want the world featherweight champ to have -- on the condition that Pacquiao h  Read Full Story >>>

Coyote's Absolutely Useless & Unnecessary Pound-for-Pound List (Version 2.0!)
By Coyote Duran,, 18 Jul 2006
Ah, yes. Much like the compulsion to get tattooed again so soon after getting your very first tattoo, the vaunted Pound-for-Pound list just keeps calling me back, baby. It isn’t without good reason, Howlers. It has been over seven months since my first one (which, honestly, I thought was my  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao-Morales lll -- a struggle against irrelevance
By Hermie Rivera,, 18 Jul 2006
Manny (Pacman) Pacquiao and Erik (El Terrible) Morales reprise their previous hostile meetings with a compelling year-end thriller certain to usher in a new set of boxing legends. November 18th is the date of the final installment of this stirring Pacquiao/Morales trilogy with Thomas and Mac  Read Full Story >>>

Postcript: Espinosa's Woes
By Hermie Rivera,, 18 Jul 2006
Below is an excerpt from the column of Federico Pascual of the Philippine Daily Inquirer which came out a few days ago due to the letter I sent him regarding Louie Espinosa's flight. WHAT ABOUT HIM? In the shadow of the glorious victory of Manny Pacquiao over his Mexican challenger  Read Full Story >>>

Boxing in PE curriculum?
Manila Standard Today, 18 Jul 2006
APPARENTLY encouraged by the popularity of Filipino boxing icon Manny Pacquiao, the Department of Education now wants to include boxing in the Physical Education classes of public school students in the country. According to outgoing acting Education Secretary Fe Hidalgo, the suggestion has been  Read Full Story >>>

DepEd mulls inclusion of boxing in P.E. classes
By Alcuin Papa, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 18 Jul 2006
THE continued popularity of boxing as a sport and the rise to prominence of boxer Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao has spurred the Department of Education (DepEd) to consider its inclusion in physical education classes for all public schools around the country. DepEd Officer-in-Charge Fe Hidal  Read Full Story >>>


"I will bring the title back to the Philippines. I am going to knock Singwancha out!," declares Juanito Rubillar (left) as he tries to capture the WBC Interim Light Flyweight Title against Wandee Singwangcha of Th  
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By Ed de la Vega, DDS,, 17 Jul 2006

Mosley (left) delivers the punch that sent Vargas rolling to the canvas. La Vegas, Nevada - Sugar Shane Mosley knocked out Fernando Vargas in the 6th round of a scheduled 12 rounder sealing his show of dominance amongst  
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By Ronnie Nathanielsz,, 17 Jul 2006
The manager of Randy Suico, well-known Japanese matchmaker and journalist Joe Koizumi claims referee Joe Cortez's decision to stop Suico's lightweight title fight against champion Juan Diaz at 2:06 of the ninth round was :"premature." In an overseas telephone conversation with Viva Sports/Manila   Read Full Story >>>

Suico fails to break jinx
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 17 Jul 2006
FLASH ELORDE tried to win it on two occasions. Bert Somodio, Andy Ganigan and Dindo Canoy also had their chances. Add the name of Randy Suico to the growing list. Suico was badly beaten by Mexican-American Juan Diaz yesterday in Las Vegas to frustrate the Philippines for the sixth time in wo  Read Full Story >>>

‘Baby Bull’ deals Suico ninth round stoppage
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 17 Jul 2006
World Boxing Association (WBA) lightweight champion Juan (Baby Bull) Diaz was hardly threatened in scoring a ninth round stoppage of Filipino challenger Randy Suico to retain his title at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas last Saturday night (yesterday morning, Manila). Suico made a gutsy   Read Full Story >>>

'Tough' Suico loses world title bid via 9th-round TKO
Philippine Daily Inquirer, 17 Jul 2006
LAS VEGAS--FILIPINO CHALLENGER RANDY Suico's hopes of becoming a world champion were dashed Saturday (Sunday in Manila), losing via a ninth-round technical knockout to WBA lightweight champ Juan Diaz at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. The Cebuano's vaunted power was no match to Diaz'  Read Full Story >>>

Domingo keeps bantam crown by split decision
By Rommel C. Manlosa, Sun.Star Cebu, 17 Jul 2006
MICHAEL Domingo eked out a split-decision win over No.1 challenger Johnny Lear to keep his Philippine bantamweight division title at the Metropolis Mall in Alabang, Muntinlupa in Saturday evening’s “Tugon sa Hamon, Box to the Max.” Judges Epi Almeda scored the bout 115-112 for   Read Full Story >>>

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