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Morales more motivated to beat Pacquiao again
By Dan Rafael,, 22 Jan 2006
LAS VEGAS -- The first fight between junior lightweight stars Erik Morales and Manny Pacquiao here last March had been a spectacular brawl and a commercial success, generating almost 350,000 pay-per-view buys. A rematch was a given. Top Rank promoter Bob Arum envisioned it being even bigger   Read Full Story >>>

Wanted: Pacquiao the Boxer
By Rico Navarro, The Freeman, 22 Jan 2006
By the time you read this, the entire country will be watching Kenny Bayless raising the hand of Manny Pacquiao (pohon). The streets will be empty. Houses will erupt with cheers and the country will be in a fiesta mood all day long. But will this be the sight we'll be seeing today? Yes if. Pacqu  Read Full Story >>>

Miracles happen
Journal Group, 22 Jan 2006
MIRACLES happen everytime 130-pounder Manny Pacquiao fights. Worldwide, Pinoys hold their collective breaths, eyes peeled wide open, hands clasped in prayer for their idol. Hereabouts, crime incidence dramatically drops as even hardened felons and the criminally inclined take to watching a 5'4" Fili  Read Full Story >>>

Vegas bout KOs crime!
By Jun Icban Legaspi, Journal Group, 22 Jan 2006
FREEZE! The crime rate in the Philippines is expected to chill out today as the most hardened criminals take to the television to watch the much awaited bout between Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao and Mexican nemesis Erik "El Terible" Morales. The Philippine National Police yesterday said it is optimi  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao seeks redemption
By Charles Raymond A. Maxey, Sun.Star Davao, 22 Jan 2006
THE shot at redemption is at hand for Manny Pacquiao, the man on whose shoulders lie the hopes and inspirations of the more than 80 million Filipino people. With his pride at stake and adoring countrymen rallying behind him, Pacquiao steps into the ring anew this morning to fight crafty Mexican Erik  Read Full Story >>>

By Brad Cooney,, 22 Jan 2006
Manny Pacquaio's strength and conditioning coach, Justin Fortune was kind enough to sit down with tonight. This being the eve of the much anticipated showdown between Philippine sensation, Manny Pacquaio vs Mexican Legend, Erik Morales. Justine talks about Manny's training camp,   Read Full Story >>>

TigerBoxing Staff Picks for "The Battle", 22 Jan 2006
We've each looked into our crystal ball and this is what we've come up with…. Shawn Krest says: Everything went wrong for Manny Pacquiao in the first bout. Surrounded by management turmoil, he then lost the Great Glove Battle and then suffered an early cut which changed his strategy wh  Read Full Story >>>

Not Quite Pay-Per-View, But a Live One Saturday Night
By Jason Probst,, 22 Jan 2006

Boxing returns to an even keel off a bad last half of 2005, with a very solid matchup tonight in Manny Pacquiao vs. Erik Morales. I’m not sure it’s really pay-per-view quality, but since everything’s relative to  
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Foreign scribes pick Erik; ‘LA Times’ man for Manny
The Manila Times, 22 Jan 2006
BY noon today, the whole nation would have learned the fate of Manny Pacquiao in his rematch with Erik Morales at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. But if Filipinos had read the website editions of the major newspapers across the United States—and even in the United Kingdom  Read Full Story >>>

Morales aims for real victory
By Tim Smith, New York Daily News, 21 Jan 2006
LAS VEGAS - When is a loss not a loss? In boxing, it's when the promoter says it's not. That is the case for Erik Morales, a Mexican icon who has won titles in three different weight classes. Morales is coming off a devastating loss to Zahir Raheem, a slick Philadelphia boxer, in the fall. But i  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao stumbling on path to greatness
By Kevin Iole, Las Vegas Review Journal, 21 Jan 2006
This is a great story. Really. Advertisement Five years ago, Freddie Roach had never seen Manny Pacquiao. Roach was gaining recognition as one of boxing's elite trainers and his stable was brimming with many of the greatest names in the game. One day in early 2001, Pacquiao showed up   Read Full Story >>>

By Kevin Iole, Las Vegas Review Journal, 21 Jan 2006
For months, Bob Arum has been pounding the drum about the rematch between Erik Morales and Manny Pacquiao, loudly reminding anyone who would listen about the scintillating back-and-forth action that characterized their first bout. The veteran promoter expects a sold-out Thomas & Mack Center and g  Read Full Story >>>

Morales camping on comeback trail
By Michael Rosenthal,, 21 Jan 2006
Erik Morales has heard about his imminent demise before. After he struggled to outpoint Guty Espadas in 2001, some suggested he was slipping. After he was pushed to the limit by unknown Injin Chi in his next fight, the criticism intensified. Now, after a stunning loss to Zahir Raheem in his   Read Full Story >>>

By Pedro Fernandez,, 21 Jan 2006
NOT TOO MANY INTANGIBLES IN “SIN CITY!” Las Vegas, NV-There are only a few ticks of the clock left before the Erik Morales-Manny Pacquiao rematch is on! And while emotions run high throughout the Philippines, fans supporting “El Terrible” Morales are quietly confident. A  Read Full Story >>>

Erik Morales en peso y estupendo físicamente
By Rubén Casanova,, 21 Jan 2006

Ciento treinta libras exactas registró este viernes en la báscula el tres veces campeón del mundo Erik "Terrible" Morales, quien lució un estupendo físico, bien trabajado en el gimnasio, el cual hacia algún tiempo   
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By Pedro Fernandez,, 21 Jan 2006
FEATHERS GET ESPN BOXING MACHINE GOING Mashantucket, CT-And while nobody is yet calling him the next Acelino Freitas, Brazil’s Valdemir Pereira, 125 lbs., won a 12-round unanimous decision over Thailand’s Phafrakorb Rakkietgym, 125 ½. The ESPN 2 main event might have been a more com  Read Full Story >>>

Analysis: Pacquiao vs. Morales II (Part 2)
By Mortz Marcelo Ortigoza,, 21 Jan 2006
As you read this column, it will be only hours before the moment of reckoning of who is the best pugilist at this Super Featherweight (130 pounds) marquee fight on January 22 (Manila Time) that will be held at Thomas & Mack Center at La Vegas, Nevada in USA. Psychologically, Manny “Pacman&  Read Full Story >>>

Pols flock to Vegas for Pacquiao fight
ABS-CBN News, 21 Jan 2006
Local government officials have started to gather in some of the hotels in Las Vegas, Nevada, for the scheduled fight Saturday (Sunday in Manila) of Filipino boxing champion Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao and Mexican Erik Morales, ABS-CBN North America News Bureau reported. The report said that official  Read Full Story >>>

Filipinos backing `Pacman'
By Jason Kosareff,, 21 Jan 2006
WEST COVINA - Rod Carbonell is ready to put his money on boxer Manny Pacquiao, if he can find anyone in the Filipino community willing to bet against the "Pacman." "My hero is Mr. Pacquiao," Carbonell, 60, of Walnut said Friday. Carbonell isn't the only Filipino looking to make a bet on Pacquiao  Read Full Story >>>

Roach's road from telemarketer to trainer
By Robert Morales, L.A. Daily News, 21 Jan 2006
Freddie Roach was bitter and broke when he retired as a fighter shortly after his last bout in October 1986. "I hated boxing," Roach said. "I put everything in my life into it, and didn't get much out of it. My biggest payday was $13,000, when I fought Hector Camacho. When I retired, I didn't have  Read Full Story >>>

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