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ATE: Pac-Man v Morales III, Rabah-gate and more
SecondsOut.com, 06 Jul 2006
In this week's Ask the Editors, we talk about the best available opposition for Manny Pacquiao, hear two very different opinions on the Urango w pts 12 Rabah controversy, ask what's eating Winky Wright and more. WHAT NEXT FOR PAC-MAN? First Name : D Last Name : Jones Country : Australia   Read Full Story >>>

Hero's welcome awaits Manny in Gensan
Sun.Star Davao, 06 Jul 2006
GENERAL Santos City is known for its tuna. And Manny Pacquiao, of course. So, when it's favorite son returns anew after a huge victory atop the ring, the city will accord Pacquiao another hero's welcome. Even when Pacquiao lost to Erik Morales the first time they fought, he was also given a   Read Full Story >>>

SUICO ARRIVES IN THE US!
By Salven L. Lagumbay, PhilBoxing.com, 05 Jul 2006
The Philippines' Randy Suico arrived in LA a few hours ago, ready to rumble with WBA lightweight king Juan Diaz on the undercard of the Shane Mosley-Fernando Vargas battle on July 15 at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. Suico was accompanied in the trip by trainer Juanito Ablaca, and w  Read Full Story >>>

Banal bulldozes Pader in four
By Emmanuel B. Villaruel, PhilBoxing.com, 05 Jul 2006
TAGBILARAN CITY – Another star from Cebu’s famed ALA boxing constellation is on the rise. Super flyweight prospect AJ Banal proved this as he relentlessly punished RP No.10 jr bantamweight contender Jun Pader on the way to a methodical fourth round TKO victory in the other night’s “Rambol sa Island   Read Full Story >>>

Gensan sets another hero’s welcome for Pacquiao
PIA Information Service, 05 Jul 2006
General Santos City (5 July) -- While the entire Filipinos here and abroad are overwhelmed with Manny Pacquiao’s recent victory over Mexican boxer, Oscar Larios, the “generals” are all set to give Pacquiao his well-deserved hero’s welcome back to his hometown, which is tentatively scheduled tomorrow  Read Full Story >>>

IDOLIZING THE PACMAN
The Bohol Chronicle, 05 Jul 2006
Better not talk about the bloody carnage at the Coliseum. Most Filipinos, anyway, saw how local boxing sensation Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao made a literal mincemeat of Mexican two-time world champion Oscar “Chololo” Larios in a savage 12-round massacre with two knockdowns on the 7th and 12th rounds.   Read Full Story >>>

'Manny will KO Morales at 130 lbs.'
By Cedelf Tupas, Visayan Daily Star, 05 Jul 2006
Manny Pacquiao will knock out Erik Morales for the second time when the Mexican fights the Filipino star at 130-lbs., the Mexican agent of Oscar Larios said Sunday. At the post-fight conference of the Mano-a-Mano Philippines vs. Mexico event, Rafael Mendoza said that Morales will have difficulty  Read Full Story >>>

Underwhelming
By Rene Saguisag, ABS-CBN News, 05 Jul 2006
Manny’s victory underwhelmed. How many lost their shirts betting on an abbreviated ending? We had been led to expect that he would simply pulverize and atomize Larios to pulp bits. Larry Sipin, who used to be with us here, is gone. Goodbye Larry, one of my favorite clients during the dark days.   Read Full Story >>>

Another Negrense dies due to excitement over Pacquiao fight
Sun.Star Bacolod, 05 Jul 2006
DURING Manny Pacquiao's battle against Mexican Eric Morales in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA last January, a native of Manapla died of heart attack. The victim, 74-year-old Rolando Aspa Sr., was too excited ever the boxer's victory. Last Sunday, when Pacquiao fought Mexican fighter Oscar "Chololo" L  Read Full Story >>>

BANAL SMASHES PADER IN 4
By Salven L. Lagumbay, PhilBoxing.com, 05 Jul 2006
TAGBILARAN CITY--ALA Boy Alex John Banal continued his unbeaten streak with a fourth-round technical knockout victory over veteran journeyman Jun Pader in a scheduled tenner headlining the "Rambol sa Island City Mall" card here Monday evening. The event, presented by SGG Sports Promotion an  Read Full Story >>>

Domingo defends title
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, Manila Standard Today, 05 Jul 2006
PHILIPPINE bantamweight champion Michael Domingo, fresh from a spectacular seventh-round TKO victory over veteran Mexican Alejandro Felix Montiel last Sunday, defends his title against rugged Johnny Lear on July 15 at the Metropolis in Alabang, Muntinlupa. Domingo, who replaced World Boxing Orga  Read Full Story >>>

Khan: $4M for Pacquiao in third fight with Morales
By Bong Pedralvez, ABS-CBN News, 05 Jul 2006
Manny Pacquiao will get no less than $4 million for his rubber match against Erik Morales on November 18 at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, Nick Khan, one of his American handlers, said before returning to the United States on Tuesday. "Manny will get $4 million and up. This is e  Read Full Story >>>

The Pac-Man Phenomenon
ITV Boxing, 05 Jul 2006

Those of us of a certain age will no doubt remember the Pac-Man phenomenon of the 1980s. For those who don't it, centred around a small yellow semi-circle, who didn't even have eyes, careering around a single boar  
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No respite for people’s champ
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 05 Jul 2006
MANNY PACQUIAO is going places, literally. Hours after beating up Oscar Larios of Mexico early-Sunday afternoon, Pacquiao was on the road, signing autographs and posing for pictures with his admirers at the Baywalk with Manila mayor Lito Atienza. His body aching from the harder-than-expected ma  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao Pleased at Success of His First Promotion
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, BoxingScene.com, 05 Jul 2006
Filipino ring idol Manny Pacquao said yesterday he was very pleased over the success of the first major undertaking by Manny Pacquiao Promotions and said it was "a big success." Pacquiao was all praises for the giant Philippine broadcast network ABS-CBN which bankrolled the event to the tune of $  Read Full Story >>>

Manny vow to punish Erik
By Charles Raymond A. Maxey, Sun.Star Davao, 05 Jul 2006
IT WILL be a totally different Manny Pacquiao when the Filipino ring sensation squares off with Erik Morales of Mexico for the third time on November 18 in Las Vegas. Pacquiao has vowed to answer the bell with guns blazing and won't be holding back against Morales, unlike when he did against Osc  Read Full Story >>>

Another heroic turn
By Rina Jimenez-David, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 05 Jul 2006
ODDS were so overwhelmingly in favor of Manny Pacquiao that it made little sense to lay bets on the outcome of Sunday’s fight. Still, those who bet on a victory for Chololo Larios must have salivated just a bit at the prospect of a windfall when, in the third round, Pacquiao appeared to be in troubl  Read Full Story >>>

In The First Half Of 2006 Deserves Recognition
By Justin Hackman, EastSideBoxing.com, 05 Jul 2006
As the second half of 2006 has begun, we take a look back at the gifts we as boxing fans have received in the year’s first half. We witnessed, first and foremost, a couple steps toward heavyweight clarity: something 2005 sorely missed. While we do not have a Mike Tyson or Lennox Lewis, and while the  Read Full Story >>>

Boxing in the Philippines: Manny Pacquiao Defeats Oscar Larios
By Geno McGahee, RingsideReport.com, 04 Jul 2006

A Pay Per View card entitled: “Fire In The Ring,” showcased the popular WBC International Super Featherweight Champion, Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao, 42-3-2, 33 KO’s, who kept his hopes of bigger fights alive as he   
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What's Next for Marvelous Manny?
By Hermie Rivera, PhilBoxing.com, 04 Jul 2006
Hailed by Oscar de la Hoya as the world’s best in the super featherweight class, Manny Paquiao checked in at the Big Dome’ armed with his usual tools to make his fight look easy against Oscar Larios. But the Mexican brawler greeted Pacman instead with a marvelously-timed left ho  Read Full Story >>>


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