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Pacquiao is 4-1 favorite
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 26 May 2006
MANNY PACQUIAO is an overwhelming 4-1 favorite to repulse the challenge of the long-armed Mexican bomber Oscar Larios on July 2 at the Araneta Coliseum, the Mexican media reported yesterday. Owing to his exemplary track record against Mexican fighters, most noteworthy of whom are Erik Morales a  Read Full Story >>>

Boxing: Geno's Corner
By Geno McGahee,, 26 May 2006
Infighting Marco Antonio Barrera, 62-4, 42 KO's, faced off against Rocky Juarez, 25-2, 18 KO's, over the weekend in a bout that said a lot about where the Mexican warrior now stands. It was obvious that Barrera was not sharp and that the long road that he has been on will soon be coming to an en  Read Full Story >>>

By Graham Houston,, 25 May 2006

Great fighters have to grow old some time and Marco Antonio Barrera, at the age of 32 and after a long career and some hard fights, may be just starting to fade. Certainly he was in a life and death struggle against Rocky Juarez, w  
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Carson City Gives Awards to ALA Team Members, WBO Exec
By Ed de la Vega, DDS,, 25 May 2006

Carson City, CA -- May 24, 2006. right after the Press Conference held at the Home Depot Center in the City of Carson, California hyping the fight between Fernando Montiel and Jhonny Gonzalez, Carson City Council member Eli  
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Montiel - Gonzales / Gorres Press Con (with Photos)
By Ed de la Vega, DDS,, 25 May 2006

Being my day off, I was just lounging at my back yard pool sipping ice-cold lemonade when Sam Gello-ani called up and informed me that the Press Con for the Montiel/Gonzales fight wherein our very own Z Gorres will fight in an un  
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By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 25 May 2006
In a bid to be given yet another crack at a major world title, former WBC superfly king Gerry Peņalosa has re-united with his former manager, Rex 'Wakee' Salud, with whom he had an acrimonious parting of ways in 1998 following a loss in South Korea. Salud, in an interview with this writer in Toky  Read Full Story >>>

Bautista reminds Roach of Pacman
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 25 May 2006
FREDDIE ROACH can probably see Manny Pacquiao in the person of Rey "Boom Boom" Bautista. The top trainer told the Bulletin yesterday from the Wild Card Boxing Club in Hollywood that Bautista has what it takes to make it big someday since like his prized pupil Pacquiao, Bautista has the swagger  Read Full Story >>>

Louie Espinosa and a science he once called sweet
By Percy D. Della, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 25 May 2006
SACRAMENTO, California -- How’s the new job? I asked with the subtlety of a sledgehammer. The voice on the other end of the line paused for breath. To keep the edge off my query, I segued into something mundane. But Luisito Espinosa was his usual cool dude. “Everything’s f  Read Full Story >>>

Third Pacquiao-Morales clash to unfold October 7
By Bong Pedralvez, ABS-CBN News, 25 May 2006
Make October 7 a red-letter day for all full-blooded fight fans of the Filipino boxing superstar Manny Pacquiao and the Mexican ring icon Erik Morales. On Wednesday Nick Khan, one of Pacquiao’s American handlers, confirmed that the rubber match between two of the most colorful fighters in t  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao: I promise to make Filipinos happy
By Janet Susan R. Nepales,, 25 May 2006
LOS ANGELES – “I am very excited and am very happy that all my countrymen can watch my fight live. I will not make any predictions but I promise to do my best for my countrymen and to make the Filipino people happy.” That was Filipino super featherweight champion Manny “Pa  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao likened to a tank
Journal Group, 25 May 2006
MANNY Pacquiao and Oscar Larios are poles apart. But they can both be brutes, skillful and are expected to put up a great fight when they clash for 12 rounds for the World Boxing Council international super featherweight crown on July 2 at the Araneta Coliseum. This was how boxing manager M  Read Full Story >>>

Ask Geno, May 24, 2006 Edition
By Geno McGahee,, 25 May 2006
Welcome one and all to the RSR Mailbag. This week has been a good week for comments and questions as obviously you all know that the "Geno Bambino Question of the Month Award" will be announced. The Ricky Hatton fans sounded in on one of my articles and apparently didn't really watch the fight befor  Read Full Story >>>

WORLD TOP 10 - POUND-FOR-POUND (UK), 25 May 2006

I'll be the first to admit I thought Oscar De La Hoya's days as a 'pound-for-pound' elitist were well gone, but his sensational display against Ricardo Mayorga in Las Vegas recently had me and the rest of the boxing w  
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Marquez moves on after Indonesian disaster
By Ralph Gonzalez, The Sweet Science, 25 May 2006
It wasn’t even close. Juan Manuel Marquez (44-3, 33 KO’s) easily outfought, out-countered, hurt and schooled Chris John (37-0, 20 KO’s) in the art of pugilism on March 4th of this year. The scores that were handed in at the end of the night told a completely different story. Judge   Read Full Story >>>

By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 24 May 2006
In what is considered a major shot in the arm for Philippine boxing, Filipino-American Leon Panoncillo has just been appointed by World Boxing Organization president Paco Valcarcel as its vice-president for the Asia Pacific, said sources from Puerto Rico. Panoncillo, who used to be the WBO Asia-P  Read Full Story >>>

'LITTLE BROWN DOLLS': A Gallery of Filipino World Boxing Champs
By Hermie Rivera,, 24 May 2006
THEY were called “little brown dolls,” but how they could fight! Twenty-seven world champions enshrined in the record books since the early ‘20s attest to the ability, speed, courage and flash of Filipino fighters, who campaigned mainly in the lower weight classes. If there was  Read Full Story >>>

A Few Moments with the Master
By Ed de la Vega, DDS,, 24 May 2006

It was three o'clock Saturday afternoon and I was standing near the main entrance of the Staples Center with a couple of friends, Jhun Parungao of Woodland Hills, and his visiting friend from Manila, Dr. Armyl Banez. We were   
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By Salvador Lopez,, 24 May 2006
Rey Labao repeated his mastery over Roberto Moreno by registering an impressive victory over the latter via a 2nd round technical knockout. The scheduled 10-round fight, which incidentally was for the LUZPROBA Featherweight Championship, was the main event of the show dubbed as “Babag sa Ca  Read Full Story >>>

By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 24 May 2006
Philippine flyweight champ Jojo Bardon of the Wakee Salud Stable will take on one-time WBA and WBC flyweight contender Trash Nakanuma in a 10-round non-title brawl on June 17 at the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan. Bardon (14-9-1, 8 KO's) is coming off a hard-fought split decision victory over Rock  Read Full Story >>>

Roach: Don't rush Boom Boom!
By Nick Giongco,, 24 May 2006
Trainer non-pareil Freddie Roach said unbeaten Filipino super-bantamweight Rey "Boom Boom" Bautista is indeed a jewel "but I will not rush him" into fighting for the world title. "The kid's just 19 years old and maybe after one year, he'd be ready," said Roach, who was in Bautista's corner when the   Read Full Story >>>

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