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Pacquiao feeling great for decking 'El Terible'
By Emmanuel B. Villaruel, The Freeman, 24 Jan 2006
RP's national treasure Manny Pacquiao said he feels deep sense of pride and great honor for being the first man ever to knock out a revered boxing legend in the caliber of Mexican Erik Morales. In an electrifying show of speed and power, Pacquiao brutally punished Morales with crisp combinations  Read Full Story >>>

A hundred Pacmans
By Frank Malilong, Sun.Star Cebu, 24 Jan 2006
There is no truth to the rumor that Manny Pacquiao tested positive for drugs and faces disqualification. His post-fight urine test did show traces of medicine, according to scuttlebutt, but it was nothing more than the harmless Alaxan. Pacquiao’s name is on everyone’s lips. At th  Read Full Story >>>

Manny Pacquiao Shocks Morales and Experts
The Sweet Science, 24 Jan 2006
Not surprisingly, there has been an amazing reaction amongst his countrymen - both in the boxing press and amongst Filipino fight fans - to Manny Pacquiao’s destruction of Erik Morales Saturday night in Las Vegas. It was exactly what boxing needed, as Pacquiao looked devastating and Morales, t  Read Full Story >>>

Editorial: Forgotten
Sun.Star Manila, 24 Jan 2006
IN THE national jubilation over the victory of Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao over Mexican pugilist Erik Morales, in what could be considered Pacman's most memorable fight in his boxing career, the country seemed to have forgotten a major feat by another Filipino boxer. Philippine super featherweight c  Read Full Story >>>

Political wrangling mars Pacquiao victory
Sun.Star Manila, 24 Jan 2006
* Solons note how viewers in metro cinemas where the bout was shown booed when the First Gentleman, Ilocos Sur guv appeared on screen * Resolution commending Pacquiao filed in House THE joy that Filipino boxing hero Manny Pacquiao has brought to the nation after winning in the highly anticipat  Read Full Story >>>

Pacman Triumphs
By Edwin G. Espejo, Sun.Star General Santos, 24 Jan 2006
MAYBE Team Pacquiao was right. The gloves do count. The cut was a handicap. The managerial issues were distractions. But then again, maybe, Manny is a lot of notches better than he was when he first fought Mexican boxing legend Erik "El Terrible" Morales in March last year. On January 22, Ma  Read Full Story >>>

Manny to rest after stopping Morales
By Charles Raymond A. Maxey, Sun.Star Davao, 24 Jan 2006
AFTER knocking out Erik Morales cold in the biggest fight of his life, Manny Pacquiao will be keeping himself away from boxing. Well, at least for now. Pacquiao said he intends to go home to the Philippines and spend time with his family after that grueling super featherweight battle at the Thom  Read Full Story >>>

Blood sport
The Manila Bulletin, 24 Jan 2006
NEVER saw so many macho TV commercials until I watched the Morales-Pacquiao fight of a lifetime last Sunday! Never saw a boxer endorse so many commercial products on one show as Laban Pacman did last Sunday, when the TV spots were interrupted by the bruising battle of champions. Just as intere  Read Full Story >>>

Manny Pacquiao: Boxing's biggest star
By Kenny Perrault,, 23 Jan 2006

During the past week I've penned two articles on Manny Pacquiao, Manny the great? and Manny "Mr. Predictable" Pacquiao? As you can guess the first article posed the question of whether Manny Pacquiao will go down as a   
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Morales vs. Pacquiao again?
By Michael Rosenthal,, 23 Jan 2006
Erik Morales can have a third fight with Manny Pacquiao, according to a rematch clause in the contract they signed for their fight Saturday in Las Vegas. The question is: Does he want it? Pacquiao became the first to knock out the Tijuana fighter, ending a brutal beating with a flurry of pun  Read Full Story >>>

Manny, the efficient engine of destruction
By Bong Pedralvez, The Manila Times, 23 Jan 2006
MANNY PACQUIAO’S monicker is “The Destroyer.” The Filipino boxing hero more than lived up to that billing against Erik Morales in front of a packed Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, Saturday night (Sunday morning in Manila). Pacquiao put on a virtuoso performance  Read Full Story >>>

Ringside Boxing Report: Manny Pacquiao - Erik Morales 2
By Mark DeSisto,, 23 Jan 2006
Revenge was in order for last nights HBO PPV mega rematch between super featherweight stars Manny Pacquiao and Erik Morales. The relentless power punching “Pacman” was simply not going to be denied, despite the heroic efforts of “El Terrible” Morales. The Filipino phenom wore  Read Full Story >>>

‘Pacman’ cheered, FG, Chavit booed in Las Vegas victory
The Daily Tribune, 23 Jan 2006
The jubilation that boxing hero Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao has brought to the nation after winning his ring match over Mexican legend Erik Morales immediately turned into disappointment after seeing the Filipino champion with controversial political figures such as First Gentleman Jose Migu  Read Full Story >>>

Requiem para un grande
By Ramiro González, La Opinion, 23 Jan 2006
Los casi 13 años en el boxeo profesional en los que sostuvo puras guerras, y sus más de 100 peleas amateurs le cobraron la factura al mexicano Erik Morales, conceptuado hasta antes del sábado como el púgil más popular y taquillero del boxeo azteca en los tiempos modernos. Su derrota ante el endi  Read Full Story >>>

Pugil del momento
By Ramiro González, La Opinion, 23 Jan 2006
LAS VEGAS, Nevada.— Manny Pacquiao ha revolucionado el boxeo moderno con sus actuaciones a pesar de no poseer un boxeo técnico. Sin embargo, por la forma como abruma a sus oponentes con su pasmosa velocidad de manos, y por la firma de cómo venció al mexicano Erik Morales, no se ve quién pu  Read Full Story >>>

No Excuses Needed, It's Pac Man Fever
By Steve Kim,, 23 Jan 2006

Manny Pacquiao had his best training camp since 2003 (when he was preparing for Marco Antonio Barrera); Questions about his purse, comp tickets and hotel room were no longer present with the expulsion of his former promoter Mur  
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'Pacman' reveals secret weapon vs Morales
ABS-CBN News, 23 Jan 2006
Manny Pacquiao, the newly-crowned World Boxing Council superfeatherweight champion, attributed the win Saturday (Sunday in Manila) against Erik Morales to solid left and right hooks that saw the Mexican falling on his knees to the canvas. "Sabi ko tingnan n'yo lang panoorin n'yo lang sa fight ang  Read Full Story >>>

By Cliff Rold,, 23 Jan 2006
DECIMATATION OF MORALES ONLY THE BEGINNING! Las Vegas, NV-Boxing needs them, and they don’t happen as often as they used to, but a true super fight was born Saturday night in Las Vegas. As legendary Mexican warrior Erik Morales (48-4, 34 KO’s) crumpled to the canvas for the second   Read Full Story >>>

Morales' bout with weight may douse rematch hopes
By Norm Frauenheim,, 23 Jan 2006
LAS VEGAS - Big money would seem to dictate a third Manny Pacquiao-Erik Morales fight, but there are doubts because of questions about Morales' future, including his ability to make the 130-pound limit. Dehydration, in addition to Pacquiao's deadly body blows, led to fatigue and his eventual loss  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao avenges loss to Morales
By Santos A. Perez, The Miami Herald, 23 Jan 2006
Manny Pacquiao has become accustomed to receiving congratulatory phone calls from his native country's highest government official. In fact, Pacquiao soon might find comfort in calling Philippines president Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo by first name. The fighter and head of state enjoyed yet another ple  Read Full Story >>>

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