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Morales: What Does the Future Hold?
By Julian Kasdin,, 25 Jan 2006

Erik ‘El Terrible’ Morales, 48-4 (34), is a first ballot hall of famer. He has given us fans a multitude of entertaining fights, and at 29 is still young. On Saturday night he was comprehensively beaten by Man  
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Manny Pacquiao for president!
By Neal H. Cruz, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 25 Jan 2006
THE national euphoria over Manny Pacquiao's 10th-round TKO of Mexico's Erik Morales has made many Filipinos forget that they are hungry and poor. They even forgot the assassination and coup jitters that the Gonzalez(s) twins floated during the weekend. It was like a massive dose of drugs that put th  Read Full Story >>>

Morales on losing streak
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 25 Jan 2006
LAS VEGAS — The morning after he was trounced by Manny Pacquiao, three-time world boxing champion Erik Morales wore dark glasses to hide the lumps around his eyes and gambled on the roulette table at the Wynn Hotel where he was billeted here. It didn’t look like a profitable venture   Read Full Story >>>

Pacman meets the Madman
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 25 Jan 2006
LAS VEGAS — Concert king Martin Nievera was warmly welcomed by Manny Pacquiao in his Wynn Las Vegas Hotel luxury suite the morning after Erik Morales was stopped in the 10th round at the Thomas and Mack Center here Saturday night. Nievera was led to Pacquiao’s bedroom where they embr  Read Full Story >>>

It’s on the house for champ’s pals
By Abac Cordero, The Philippine Star, 25 Jan 2006
LOS ANGELES — Manny Pacquiao didn’t really mind close to 40 persons crowding the living room of his La Palazzo apartment Monday evening because his eyes were glued on the 29-inch flat TV. Pacquiao just arrived from a four-hour trip from Las Vegas and had not even rested when he pulle  Read Full Story >>>

Barrera, Pacquiao fight inevitable – US promoter
The Manila Bulletin, 25 Jan 2006
AMERICAN PROMOTER Gary Shaw believes it is inevitable for current world superfeatherweight ruler Marco Antonio Barrera to face Filipino boxing hero Manny Pacquiao soon. Shaw states that there is no other marquee fight in the market for the 31-year-old Barrera than Pacquiao. "It’s the si  Read Full Story >>>

LA Pinoys go gaga over Pacquiao
The Manila Bulletin, 25 Jan 2006
LOS ANGELES — Pacquiao fever is almost everywhere. After arriving at the Palazzo last Monday, Manny Pacquiao was greeted by hundreds of cheering fans, each one eager to get a glimpse of the man whose feat over the weekend was so overpowering that, for a moment back in the Philippines, the worl  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao ready to take all comers
By Abac Cordero, The Philippine Star, 25 Jan 2006
LAS VEGAS – He was still up at 5 a.m. Monday, inside his luxurious bedroom at Wynn Las Vegas, watching a replay of his classic fight against Erik Morales. When he was through, and before he tucked himself in, Manny Pacquiao declared his readiness to fight anyone who would dare challenge hi  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao Looked Sensational, Morales Ponders Future, Gatti-Damgaard & More
By Chris Gielty, The Sweet Science, 25 Jan 2006
In Boxing News: Pacquiao and Sensational in the Same Sentence Preparations are underway to give boxing hero Manny Pacquiao a superhero's welcome in the Phillipines and - according to the Phillipine Daily Inquirer - Pacquiao will not know what hit him on his return, which will probably be on Frida  Read Full Story >>>

Not even sparing Pacquiao
By Stephen Capillas, Sun.Star Cagayan de Oro, 25 Jan 2006
WOW, even an international boxing victory by Manny Pacquiao did not escape the attention of the communists and militant groups as evidenced by a press statement issued to local media outlets here. If we remember it correctly it was from Bayan Muna who condemned the presence of First Gentleman Mi  Read Full Story >>>

Manny's next fight in RP?
Sun.Star Davao, 25 Jan 2006
AFTER a series of fights on foreign soil, it's time for a bout at home for Filipino ring warrior Manny Pacquiao. Pacquiao's promoter, Gary Shaw, reportedly has hinted of a possible fight for his ward in the Philippines in the near future. Shaw, according to reports, is set to discuss this wi  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao ready for other Mexicans
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 25 Jan 2006
LAS VEGAS—“Line them up,” said Manny Pacquiao on Monday morning as he was preparing to leave for Los Angeles following his smashing knockout win over Erik Morales of Mexico. Pacquiao was obviously referring to those who are bold enough to challenge him in a duel. While he di  Read Full Story >>>

Paying homage to Pacquiao
By Frank Malilong, Sun.Star Cebu, 25 Jan 2006
Mayor Tomas Osmeņa did right in rejecting a proposal to declare Manny Pacquiao an adopted son of Cebu City. The Glan (Sarangani) native has brought honor to the country and joy to all Filipinos, no doubt about it, but rules are rules. If Pacquiao does not meet the criteria to become an “adopte  Read Full Story >>>

Morales: No excuses
Malaya, 25 Jan 2006
TWO days after absorbing the worst beating in his great career at the hands of Manny Pacquiao, Erik Morales offered no excuses, saying he ran into "a guy with a lot of ambition who wanted to win very much" and added he had "nothing but respect for Pacquiao." Morales, who returned to his San Dieg  Read Full Story >>>

Pinoy power
By Greg B. Macabenta, The Manila Times, 25 Jan 2006
THE theme of the Third Global Filipino Networking Convention, held in Cebu City in January last year, was “Pinoy Power Worldwide.” As chairman of the organizing committee of that convention, I had asked our creative team to conceive a theme statement that was uplifting and dynamic. &  Read Full Story >>>

Manny's win and GMA support: A boost to Filipino morale
By Romy Sabaldan, Sun.Star Davao, 25 Jan 2006
THIS column today is yielding space to the official press statement of the Davao Football Association (DFA), which had also found print in the Arena Forum of January 23 and in the website of the Philippine Information Agency (PIA): "Manny Pacquiao's sensational stopping of the great Mexican legendar  Read Full Story >>>

‘The Battle’ DVDs flood metropolis
By Jaime Pilapil, Manila Standard Today, 25 Jan 2006
YOU’VE watched “The Battle” on television. Now own the pirated DVD. Pirated compact discs of the Manny Pacquiao-Erik Morales boxing bout in Las Vegas last Sunday are now selling like hotcakes all over Metro Manila for as low as P30 a copy. The pirated discs started appearin  Read Full Story >>>

Commentary: Unity in Manny
By Bong Pedalino, PIA Information Service, 25 Jan 2006
Tacloban City (24 January) -- Subscribers to the Maasin Cable Television (MCTV) here in Maasin City got an uninterrupted, real-time live coverage of "The Battle" between the Pinoy boxing icon Manny Pacquiao and his now downtrodden nemesis Erik Morales on Sunday, January 22, Philippine time. The   Read Full Story >>>

500 blows plus 1
By Paul J. Taneo, Sun.Star Cebu, 25 Jan 2006
It rained fists in Morales-Pacquiao 2 aka “The Battle” that there would be no justice if both protagonists had not looked like they did after 10 hard-fought rounds of a scheduled mightily-hyped rematch that exceeded expectations. A normally handsome Erik Morales had a cut on his fore  Read Full Story >>>

By G. Leon,, 24 Jan 2006
GL: Congrats on Manny's big win Gary. "It was a tremendous win. It was a little nerve racking for the first five rounds, but then Manny took Freddie Roach's direction, implemented the game plan and the rest is history. I had predicted to every reporter in Las Vegas that Manny was go  Read Full Story >>>

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