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Manny deep in training rain or shine
By Abac Cordero, The Philippine Star, 12 Sep 2007
Not even the rains could stop Manny Pacquiao from training. In his fourth week of buildup for the keenly awaited rematch with Marco Antonio Barrera, the 28-year-old boxer ran under the rain yesterday in an uphill course in Alta Vista in Cebu City, accompanied by his Mexican sparring partners.   Read Full Story >>>


Lingering in the shadows makes the world championship belt more enticing to Donnie “Ahas” Nietes, one of the most outstanding fighters of the ALA Boys who are getting the eyes of the boxing world today. At age   
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Who’s who in boxing coming to Manila
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 12 Sep 2007
BIGWIGS FROM the world of prize-fighting like promoters Don King, Bob Arum and Oscar De La Hoya as well as active and well-known punchers like Mike Tyson and stars from yesteryears, would be receiving invitations to attend the World Boxing Council (WBC) Convention that Manila will host from Nov. 11   Read Full Story >>>

Now, his right rocks, too
By Rommel C. Manlosa, Sun.Star Cebu, 12 Sep 2007
LONGER hours, more sparring sessions marked yesterday’s regimen for Filipino ring icon Manny Pacquiao at the RWS International Gym. Pacquiao has improved his right straight and right hook over the weeks and his sparring partners were now baffled on what hand to watch. Amid added loads,  Read Full Story >>>

By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 12 Sep 2007

Filipino Bert Batawang, training in earnest at the Wild Card Gym in Los Angeles, yesterday sent a strong message to IBF light flyweight champ Ulises Solis whom he will challenge on October 4 at the Hard Rock H  
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Rachman preparing for Condes!
By Jeffrey Pamungkas,, 12 Sep 2007
Former IBF strawweight champion Muhammad Rachman (Indonesia) is already preparing for a rematch against Florante "The Little Pacquiao" Condes, tentatively scheduled on November 16 in Manila, Phillipines. Rachman, 36, who was defeated by Condes via split decision in Jakarta on July 7, has recruited a  Read Full Story >>>

Boom Boom returns in December
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 12 Sep 2007
REY BAUTISTA gets a chance at redemption on Dec. 8 when he showcases his stuff at the historic Araneta Coliseum. This was revealed by Bautista’s chief handler Tony Aldeguer, who revealed that the planned Big Dome slugfest is almost a done deal. "A tough Mexican is being lined up for R  Read Full Story >>>

Yukka concedes to loss vs. Niida
By Rommel C. Manlosa, Sun.Star Cebu, 12 Sep 2007
TWO time world title challenger Eriberto “Yukka” Gejon offered no excuse in his recent defeat to Yutaka Niida of Japan for the WBA minimum-weight title last Sept. 1 in Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan. “After the 12 rounds, I knew I lost. Niida was not the same fighter I fought tw  Read Full Story >>>

Harsh truths -- no symbols -- for Pacquiao
By Recah Trinidad, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 12 Sep 2007
LOS ANGELES -- This factual report is for Manny Pacquiao, the most famous Filipino boxer of our time. “When I was pregnant with our first son, we had an argument and my husband slapped me... he forced me to walk in circles so many times in the vicinity of Hollywood Presbyterian Queen of Ang  Read Full Story >>>

Former boxer hunted for killing truck driver
By Tina Santos, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 12 Sep 2007
MANILA, Philipines -- A former boxer who knocked out boxing champion Manny Pacquiao in 1996, when the latter was just starting his professional career, is now being sought by the police after he was accused of killing a truck driver in Tondo, Manila Tuesday morning. Former light flyweight boxer R  Read Full Story >>>

By Emmanuel B. Villaruel,, 11 Sep 2007

Celebrated American trainer Freddie Roach said his prized ward Manny Pacquiao is capable of knocking out his Mexican rival Marco Antonio Barrera once again in their keenly-awaited rematch on October 6 at the M  
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By Emmanuel B. Villaruel,, 11 Sep 2007
Although he was unsuccessful in his first attempt, Canadian businessman Geoffrey Hughes remains upbeat on promoting a fight of Filipino ring superstar Manny Pacquiao in Vancouver, British Columbia in the future. "I wanna have Manny come to Vancouver," said Hughes who is in town upon the invitatio  Read Full Story >>>

Dark September: Boxing Events Falling Apart
By Jake Donovan,, 11 Sep 2007

“All bouts subject to change or cancellation without notice.” It’s a simple disclaimer, usually found at the end of any given pre-fight press release or fight poster advertising an upcoming event. Like any disclaimer, it’s listed  
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Forbes-Bojado To Land on Pacquiao-Barrera
By Rick Reeno,, 11 Sep 2007
Eric Gomez, matchmaker for Golden Boy Promotions, revealed to's Ernest Gabion that Steve Forbes (32-5, 9KOs) vs. Francisco Bojado (18-2, 12KOs) will be rescheduled to Oct. 6 on the pay-per-view undercard to the long awaited rematch between Manny Pacquiao and Marco Antonio Barrera at   Read Full Story >>>

DULJOMAN'S BOY, 11 Sep 2007 correspondent Anthony 'Duljoman' Andales is all smiles at the christening of his son, Anthony Aba Andales, recently. Joining Andales and his wife Jocelyn are international referee Frank Garza and wife Ondrayah. WBA   
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By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 11 Sep 2007

CEBU CITY--In his first ten-round sparring for this camp, superstar Manny Pacquiao yesterday looked ripped and ready to take Marco Antonio Barrera into the deeper waters when they clash once again on October 6 at the Mandal  
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Pacquiao taking Barrera seriously, sets 50-50 odds
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 11 Sep 2007
Manny Pacquiao isn’t taking Marco Antonio Barrera lightly and expects to be in peak form when he faces the Baby-Faced Assassin from Mexico in Las Vegas on Oct. 6. “I’m not thinking about how old he is or if he’s slowed down since we fought four years ago,” Pacquiao told The Star the other day. “I  Read Full Story >>>

By Ronnie Nathanielsz,, 11 Sep 2007

Golden Boy Promotions has okayed plans for super bantamweight Rey “Boom Boom” Bautista to return to the ring in Manila in a fight card being planned by Viva Entertainment in a tie-up with the Araneta Coliseum scheduled for earl  
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Dodie Boy Penalosa Clarifies Media Reports
By Allaine Ramos,, 11 Sep 2007
Former two-division world champion Dodie Boy Penalosa is flattered by news stories referring to him now as the new conditioning coach of superstar Manny Pacquiao, but the southpaw brother of WBO bantam champ Gerry Penalosa warns: "Not so fast!" Penalosa, who ruled as the IBF light-flyweight and I  Read Full Story >>>

Expect an ugly Pacquiao-Barrera fight
By Jingo Quijano, Sun.Star Cebu, 11 Sep 2007
THE lasting image that I have of Marco Antonio Barrera fighting power puncher Naseem Hamed is the former trapping the latter in a headlock, depositing him towards the corner and bashing his head into the turnbuckle. A wrestling move that would have brought tears to Hulk Hogan’s eyes. But it’s a   Read Full Story >>>

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