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No respite for Pacquiao when he arrives Friday
The Manila Bulletin, 26 Jan 2006
THOUGH STILL weary from numerous victory parties, interviews and other commitments from politician friends in Las Vegas and Los Angeles, Manny Pacquiao will never have a rest when returns home tomorrow. He will have a very tight schedule right on his arrival. Barely four hours upon his arr  Read Full Story >>>

A welcome like no other for Pacquiao
Journal Group, 26 Jan 2006
He's been accorded many hero's welcome in the past. But tomorrow's reception promises to be a lot bigger. A grand welcome fit for a king awaits boxing sensation Manny Pacquiao when he arrives in the country tomorrow morning from Los Angeles, California. A colorful motorcade that passes  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao, Onyok, Ali and life
By Ma. Ceres P. Doyo, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 26 Jan 2006
I AM NOT a boxing fan, but i did wait with bated breath for Manny Pacquiao's Sunday confrontation with Mexican legend Erik Morales. And I did let out some expletives as I reacted to some punches from either side. The closest I have been to boxing is in our weekly taebo sessions at the Inquirer. W  Read Full Story >>>

Rooting for PacMan at the private clubs
Sun.Star Cebu, 26 Jan 2006
Everyone’s talking about Manny Pacquiao and rightfully so. He is a homeboy who did great in boxing, fought for his countrymen and became a national hero. Let us hope and pray that he continues to win; not only in boxing but also in our hearts. You know as I do, that a hero is a very ha  Read Full Story >>>

No substitute for training and discipline
By Belinda Olivares-Cunanan, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 26 Jan 2006
ONE lesson truly stands out from Manny Pacquiao's second fight with Erik Morales: To succeed in an endeavor, there's no substitute for rigorous discipline and training. Pacquiao demonstrated this by undergoing three months of training in the United States where, it must be presumed, he submitted him  Read Full Story >>>

‘Pirates’ cash in on victory
Sun.Star Cebu, 26 Jan 2006
Piracy is riding the wave of Pacquiao mania. Barely two days after Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao handed Mexican Erik Morales the worst beating of his career, pirated copies of the much anticipated rematch in Las Vegas hit stalls. While Pacquiao stayed up late entertaining calls and wel  Read Full Story >>>

Reactions to Pacquiao's win
By Elias L. Espinoza, Sun.Star Cebu, 26 Jan 2006
For a moment, the Filipino people were united over the victory of Manny Pacquiao, who knocked out Mexican Erik Morales in the 10th round of their bout in Las Vegas, Nevada. After the Manny craze, however, we’re back to square one. Mayor Tomas Osmeņa is not even convinced Pacquiao should be  Read Full Story >>>

Manny, don’t!
By Dolly Anne Carvajal, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 26 Jan 2006
AFTER Manny Pacquiao’s victory in Vegas, he is now more popular than all of our local movie stars combined. Would it be wise for the “People’s Champ” to venture into show biz? He hosted “Kamao” with Robin Padilla and Vina Morales. He has recorded his own CD. He  Read Full Story >>>

Barrera next logical choice for Pacquiao
Malaya, 26 Jan 2006
WITH Erik Morales likely to shun a third fight with Manny Pacquiao, the Filipino ring hero may soon ultimately fight reigning World Boxing Council and International Boxing Federation super featherweight champion Marco Antonio Barrera. Another fighter waiting in the wings is Barrera’s fello  Read Full Story >>>

Hero’s welcome for Pacquiao
The Manila Bulletin, 26 Jan 2006
Atienza leads welcomers on his arrival tomorrow Manila Mayor Jose "Lito" L. Atienza Jr. will lead the hero’s welcome for Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao dubbed "Tagumpay ng Pinoy" on his return to Manila tomorrow morning. Pacquiao, an adopted son of Manila, is expected to arrive at the Manil  Read Full Story >>>

Sanlakas advises Pacquiao: Avoid being abused by Palace
By Jun P. Yap, The Daily Tribune, 26 Jan 2006
“You have the legitimate crown that political pretenders, especially those who are now in Malacaņang, don’t have. Avoid being used for their publicity stunt.” This unsolicited advice came yesterday from the militant group Sanlakas which criticized administration leaders and Pres  Read Full Story >>>

Town folk celebrate Pacquiao’s victory
By Julius F. Fortuna, The Manila Times, 26 Jan 2006
WE just came from Odiongan, Romblon, where people from various classes celebrated the victory of boxing great Manny Pacquiao. Perhaps, every little town in the country behaved similarly as our town on that Sunday when our boxer won over the fabled Mexican fighter, Erik Morales. This town, facing  Read Full Story >>>

The Bohol Chronicle, 25 Jan 2006
“Pray as if everything depended on God; fight as if everything depended on you.” This seemed to epitomize Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao, the quintessential Filipino boxing great, who Sunday afternoon (RP time), demolished like a bulldozer the ersthwhile Maxican legendary, indes  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao’s victory calls for nat’l unity
The Bohol Chronicle, 25 Jan 2006
The sensational victory of Philippine ring icon Manny Pacquiao over Mexican boxing idol Erik Morales in Las Vegas, Nevadao on Jan. 22 should carry a call for national unity. Bayan Muna provincial coordinator John Ruiz in a statement said Pacquiao’s winning moment has been viewed as a perio  Read Full Story >>>

Tickertape parade for Pacquiao set in Manila
Philippine Daily Inquirer, 25 Jan 2006
THE City of Manila is preparing a hero's welcome for Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao, who defeated Mexican boxing legend Erik “El Terible” Morales by a technical knockout in the 10th round of their rematch last Sunday. A tickertape parade awaits Pacquiao when he returns on Friday, s  Read Full Story >>>

By Frank Costarelli Jr.,, 25 Jan 2006
My last article 'Morales-Pacquiao II: Ring Wars Of Past Claimed Another Great Fighter,' has solicited quite a response both pro and con from Filipino fans of Manny Pacquiao. First of all, I thank all that took the time to read and comment on my article. I'm greatly in awe of the love the Filipino fa  Read Full Story >>>

By Brad Cooney,, 25 Jan 2006 just caught up with the second most famous person in The Philippines, Freddie Roach. Freddie talks about Manny Pacquiao's thrilling knockout victory over the legendary Erik Morales. Roach also updates us on the upcom  
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Morales Goes Out on His Shield
By Matthew Hurley,, 25 Jan 2006
It was a moment of both extreme elation and the sad reality that the career of a great fighter had finally run its course. Manny Pacquiao, his corner men and his Filipino countrymen exploded into almost orgiastic celebration when “Pacman” reduced the once mighty “El Terrible”  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao's Revenge a Salute To a Nation
By Mark Workman,, 25 Jan 2006
Last Saturday night, Manny “Pac Man” Pacquiao and Erik “El Terrible” Morales continued their super featherweight war that thrilled fans ten months ago. But this time, Pacquiao, the exciting southpaw cyclone from the Philippines, stopped Morales for the first time in his caree  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao victory dubbed 'a classic'
By Yong B. Chavez,, 25 Jan 2006
Thus said Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao who’s probably the Philippines’ most adored person at this time after scoring an electrifying win against ring rival Erik “El Terrible” Morales last Saturday night in Las Vegas, Nevada. Sin City became Filipino Pride Central wh  Read Full Story >>>

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