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Pacquiao-Nazario meeting postponed
The Manila Bulletin, 07 Jul 2005
THE one-on-one meeting between boxing icon Manny Pacquiao and his erstwhile business manager Rod Nazario did not materialize yesterday after Pacquiao cancelled at the last minute due to pressing commitments. Pacquiao, who arrived Tuesday from Los Angeles after accepting an out-of-court settlem  Read Full Story >>>

It has taken Robbie Peden nearly a decade to get to the top in the super-featherweight division, and now he is there he is not going to just drift off without a battle. Since turning professional in 1996, the Australian has struggled with a problem that is a typical one in boxing. He has always b  Read Full Story >>>

Australian promoter wants Manny’s bro to fight in Oz
By Glenn C. Michelena, Sun.Star Cebu, 07 Jul 2005
After year of toiling under the shadow of his more illustrious older brother Manny, it looks like Bobby Pacquiao is finally getting the attention he deserves. William Takataka, an Australian promoter, said he is willing to pay a king’s ransom just to get Pacquiao, who became an overnight s  Read Full Story >>>

By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 06 Jul 2005
An 18-year-old former amateur standout from Canada is set to fly to the Philippines and hold training camp at the famed ALA Gym in Cebu in preparation for his plan to throw his hat into the professional ranks. Joel Mills, who will be fighting either as a welterweight or junior middleweight (147-  Read Full Story >>>

Forgive and forget, says Pacquiao
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 06 Jul 2005
Boxing hero Manny Pacquiao’s back in town and he’s definitely not filing a case against former business manager Rod Nazario. Pacquiao’s lawyer Judd Burstein was on speaker phone calling from his New York office at the Philippine Sportswriters Association (PSA) Forum yesterday a  Read Full Story >>>

For Pacquiao, let bygones be bygones
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 06 Jul 2005
Manny Pacquiao is willing to forgive and forget. Appearing at the weekly PSA Forum at the Pantalan Restaurant five hours after arriving from 16-hour flight from Los Angeles, Pacquiao revealed that he is no longer keen on going after business manager Rod Nazario, who he believed conspired with U  Read Full Story >>>

Manny to tee off fund drive for AG bets
By Abac Cordero, The Philippine Star, 06 Jul 2005
Manny Pacquiao is in a very good mood these days. After scoring a big knockout win in his legal battle with American promoter Murad Muhammad, the Filipino boxing hero yesterday announced the staging of the first Manny Pacquiao golf tournament on July 28 in Wack Wack. The tournament is actual  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao ready to move on
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, Manila Standard Today, 06 Jul 2005
Manny Pacquiao is leaving the past behind as he looks forward to the future. The 26-year-old Filipino ring sensation said he’s raring to get back in shape and prepare for his comeback fight slated this September following a draining legal battle that saw him accepting an out-of-court settl  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao wants more money? We'll pay says Dib's promoter
By Paul Upham,, 05 Jul 2005
Responding to a report on SecondsOut, Australian promoter William Takataka said on Tuesday that he is prepared to pay more money to get Bobby Pacquiao to Sydney to face Billy "the Kid" Dib on July 27. Takataka was adamant that he had been in negotiations with people representing Pacquiao and wants t  Read Full Story >>>

By Kenny Perrault,, 05 Jul 2005
The featherweight division missed a potential "Super Fight" by only a few years. The fight would have featured two southpaws with the kind of explosive power that can end any fight with just one blink of the eye. The two men I am talking about are Manny Pacquiao and "Prince" Naseem Hamed. Love o  Read Full Story >>>

Burstein ready to fly here, show evidence
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 05 Jul 2005
Three-time world boxing champion Manny Pacquiao’s high-powered New York lawyer Judd Burstein, known as a defender of the oppressed, said recently he’s willing to fly to Manila and share with Philippine authorities the evidence of shenanigans he uncovered in the course of a case filed aga  Read Full Story >>>

By Jason Aniel,, 05 Jul 2005
"PAC-MAN" NOW A FREE MAN Last Tuesday, the New York District Court ordered that since a settlement has been reached between Manny Pacquiao and promoter Murad Muhammad, all charges by both parties be dropped. In other words, both Pacquiao and Muhammad admit no guilt whatsoever because the verdict   Read Full Story >>>

RSR Mail Bag July 4, 2005
By "Bad" Brad Berkwitt and George Diaz Smith,, 05 Jul 2005
This weeks bag has a mix of questions from the outcome of the Peter Vs Sykes match, the ever present Manny Pacquiao fans, a little old school stuff, training questions and questions about Tommy Hearns announced comeback. "Bad" Brad, Now that Peter destroyed Sykes, do you think he deserves a   Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao Back in Philippines for "Unfinished Business"
By Winchell Campos,, 04 Jul 2005
LOS ANGELES -- Saying that he wanted to return to training camp the soonest possible time, Manny Pacquiao went back home to the Philippines Sunday evening to deal with "unfinished business" a week after winning a settlement in his landmark case against estranged promoter Murad Muhammad. Pacquiao  Read Full Story >>>

Koncz and Pacquiao to co-manage Bobby
By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 04 Jul 2005
Newly-crowned WBC Continental Americas super-featherweight champ Bobby Pacquiao can now look forward to focusing only on bigger fights ahead as he is now being managed by his older and more illustrious brother Manny and Los Angeles-based American-Canadian Michael Koncz. Koncz and Manny Pacquiao h  Read Full Story >>>

By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 04 Jul 2005
Don't look now, but it seems another Filipino will get the chance to see action in a huge pay-per-view card on September 17 underneath the Marco Antonio Barrera-Robbie Peden unification rumble set in Las Vegas. Reigning Oriental and Pacific Boxing Federation (OPBF) super-featherweight king Randy  Read Full Story >>>

Jury would’ve voted 8-0 for Manny
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 04 Jul 2005
Now it can be told. The jury of eight selected to decide Manny Pacquiao’s case against New Jersey promoter Murad Muhammad would’ve voted unanimously for the fighter if not for an out-of-court settlement that was arranged before the verdict was to be announced in New York the other week.   Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao feeling mixed emotions in suit triumph
By Kevin Iole, Las Vegas Review Journal, 04 Jul 2005
Manny Pacquiao had conflicted feelings on Friday, three days after the settlement of a federal court case that made him a free agent. The former world champion had sued promoter Murad Muhammad and former manager Rod Nazario, alleging fraud. Shortly after the case went to the jury in New York, a   Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao to fight aging American
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 04 Jul 2005
MANNY PACQUIAO disclosed over the weekend that American Kevin Kelley, the aging former world featherweight, has been mentioned as his possible opponent when he returns to the ring on Sept. 10 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. "Nabanggit lang ang kanyang pangalan pero meron pang iba na pina  Read Full Story >>>

All’s Well That Ends Well?
By Rico Navarro, The Freeman, 04 Jul 2005
It was a different Manny Pacquiao on TV. He looked relaxed, happy and freed. You’d be looking and feeling the same way, too, if you had just won a court case via TKO, an out-of-court settlement that made the court battle moot and academic. Had the Pacman looked and felt this way in his epic fi  Read Full Story >>>

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