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Pacquiao Forces Navarro To Quit
By John Gregg, BoxingTimes.com, 20 Jun 2005
Friant, CA. (Table Mountain Casino)--
It would prove to be one of the stranger moments in professional boxing in 2005.
Carlos Navarro took a knee three times in the seventh round during his junior lightweight encounter with Bobby Pacquiao. After his third trip to the canvas and with blood sm Read Full Story >>>
PACQUIAO RELINQUISHES RING MAGAZINE TITLE
By Salven L. Lagumbay, PhilBoxing.com, 19 Jun 2005
It’s now official!
Manny Pacquiao has decided to relinquish his Ring Magazine Featherweight title, as he expressed interest in campaigning solely in the Jr. Lightweight division.
Ring Magazine Philippine correspondent Ted Lerner has informed that last Friday, Pacquiao had sent a faxed Read Full Story >>>
EXPOSED! MURAD MUHAMMAD BREAKS FEDERAL LAW!
By Jason Aniel, RingTalk.com, 19 Jun 2005
After Manny Pacquiao's sensational win over Lehlo Ledwaba in June 2001, promoter Murad Muhammad knew that he had his lotto ticket. Previously filing for bankruptcy, some 15 years ago, Muhammad didn't want to lose an opportunity to make millions in future Pacquiao fights. If former agent/attorney Syd Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao Gives Up Ring Magazine Title
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, BoxingScene.com, 19 Jun 2005
Manny Pacquiao has formally relinquished his Ring Magazine title and served notice to Ring editor-in-chief Nigel Collins that he was looking forward to “gaining The Ring belt in my new weight class soon.”
However, with Oscar De La Hoya’s Golden Boy Promotions announcing a Septem Read Full Story >>>
Gejon departs for South Africa
By Salven L. Lagumbay, SaddoBoxing.com, 19 Jun 2005
Philippine champion Elmer Gejon of the Wakee Salud Stable flies out to South Africa today for his June 24 showdown with South African Tshepo Lefele for the vacant WBC International mini-flyweight title in East London, South Africa.
The Mandaue City-based Gejon departs at 12:30PM today with train Read Full Story >>>
Filipinos Delighted with Pacquiao Win
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, BoxingScene.com, 19 Jun 2005
Philippine super featherweight champion Bobby Pacquiao certainly doesn’t have the awesome punching power and the incredible courage of his elder and more illustrious brother, Ring Magazine featherweight champion Manny Pacquiao, but many boxing experts believe the southpaw is a technically supe Read Full Story >>>
Brotherly Love on ESPN Ends in Bizarre Fashion
By Jason Tremble, RingsideReport.com, 19 Jun 2005
At the Table Mountain Casino in Friant, California, next to Yosemite's National Park, ESPN's Friday Night Fights showcased two brothers of former champions Manny Pacquiao and Jose Navarro. Bobby Pacquiao, 25-11-3, 11 KO's making his 2nd U.S. appearance won a strange ending as Carlos Navarro 26-4-1, Read Full Story >>>
Another Pacquiao makes wave in US
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 19 Jun 2005
AFTER A spectacular victory Friday night (Saturday morning in Manila), Bobby Pacquiao now wants to be known not only as the brother of Manny Pacquiao.
Bobby scored a seventh round stoppage over Carlos Navarro of the US and knocked the World Boxing Council (WBC) Continental Americas super-featherw Read Full Story >>>
Bobby Pacquiao kayoes foe, clinches WBC title
By Salven L. Lagumbay, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 19 Jun 2005
BOBBY Pacquiao finally moved out of the shadow of his more illustrious brother, winning the WBC Continental Americas super featherweight crown by knocking out Carlos Navarro yesterday at the Table Mountain Casino in Friant, California.
The younger brother of Ring Magazine featherweight champion M Read Full Story >>>
PACQUIAO SLIPS, SLIDES, SLUGS TO TKO WIN
By George Elsasser, braggingrightscorner.com, 19 Jun 2005
No sooner I arrive at the ESPN2 FNF site with small expectations - I mean, names like Carlos Navarro and Bobby Pacquiao translates more to pugilistic ripples, not tsunamis - worse yet, there’s game one of a college beizbol round robin to contend with.
Finally, beyond the listed 2200 hours s Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao stops Navarro in bizarre outing
By German Villasenor, MaxBoxing.com, 18 Jun 2005
In the ESPN2 main event at the Table Mountain Casino in Friant, California tonight, Bobby Pacquiao (25-11-3, 11 KOs) stopped Carlos Navarro (26-4-1, 21 KOs) in seven rounds.
Pacquiao slid and slipped in the first round, and so did Navarro, who actually slipped to the canvas, showing that it was a Read Full Story >>>
Bobby Pacquiao Shows Heart, Spunk in Win Vs. Navarro
By Winchell Campos, mannypacquiao.ph, 18 Jun 2005
FRIANT, CA—His surname uniquely synonymous to heart, spunk and a never-say-die attitude, Bobby Pacquiao made a name for himself by knocking out pre-fight favorite Carlos Navarro in the seventh round Friday in the ESPN2 Friday Night main event at the Table Mountain Casino here.
Pacquiao, th Read Full Story >>>
BOBBY PACQUIAO WINS BY TKO OVER CARLOS NAVARRO IN 7TH ROUND!
By Dong Secuya, PhilBoxing.com, 18 Jun 2005
Carlos Navarro quit in the 7th round after suffering two knockdowns at the hands of Bobby Pacquiao. In the earlier round, Bobby was deducted a point by the referee for a low blow when Navarro dropped to his knee but the crowd reacted by booing the decision. A TV replay showed that Navarro got hit Read Full Story >>>
WHO WILL PACQUIAO FIGHT NEXT? THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN!
By Kenny Perrault, braggingrightscorner.com, 18 Jun 2005
Recently I wrote an article titled 'What's next for Manny Pacquiao?' A poll was set up along with the article, which included new and old foes of Manny Pacquiao. The poll included Erik Morales, Marco Antonio Barrera, Juan Manuel Marquez, Robbie Peden, Jorge Barrios, Jesus Chavez, Vicente Mosquera, a Read Full Story >>>
Look in the mirror, Manny
The Manila Times, 18 Jun 2005
Now that a trial date has been set for Manny Pacquiao’s lawsuit against his estranged American promoter, Murad Muhammad, it’s time he pondered how far his boxing career will go with the new group of people around him.
The progress of Pacquiao’s career will certainly hinge on th Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao challenges Navarro in California
By Salven L. Lagumbay, SecondsOut.com, 18 Jun 2005
Philippine super-featherweight champion Bobby Pacquiao goes into his biggest fight to date as he vies for the WBC Continental Americas super-featherweight title today(June 17) against reigning champ Carlos Navarro in a 12-round showdown at the Table Mountain Casino in Friant, California.
This wi Read Full Story >>>
Manny Pacquiao and Other Boxers are Truly Involved in a Brutal Sport
By Arnel Paciano D. Casanova, RingsideReport.com, 17 Jun 2005
For those who have been avid fans of Kostya Tszyu, the seeing him fail to answer the bell for the last round of a close fight with Ricky Hatton would have been unbelievable or bizarre. Worse, it appeared that he was leading at the time he quit. Indeed, for one who has seen how durable, ferocious and Read Full Story >>>
Cebu office disputes GAB
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, Manila Standard Today, 17 Jun 2005
Games and Amusements Board boxing division chief Noli Flores’ attempt to put the blame on the GAB’s regional office in Cebu City for the blunder in allowing flyweight Roberto Rubillar to fight within the 45-day ban following a seventh-round TKO loss to Bert Batawang last April 30, is bei Read Full Story >>>
Mayol's Future Assured
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, SaddoBoxing.com, 16 Jun 2005
Oriental Pacific Boxing Federation minimum weight champion and WBC No. 1 ranked Rodel Mayol is expected to leave for Japan along with former world flyweight champion Malcom Tunacao next week after signing up with respected Japanese businessman and boxing enthusiast Yasuo Matsuoka who runs a gym in T Read Full Story >>>
Navarro ready for Pacquiao test
SecondsOut.com, 16 Jun 2005
Carlos Navarro defends his WBC Continental Americas super-featheweight title against Bobby Pacquiao at the Table Mountain Casino in Friant, California on ESPN2's Friday Night Fights Show(June 17).
The 28 year-old southpaw is riding high since an 11th round stoppage win over Agapito Sanchez last Read Full Story >>>