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Law needed to protect boxers’ interests, says Pacquiao’s manager
By Dennis Principe, The Manila Bulletin, 05 Jan 2004
WITH a newly formed boxers’ union recently declaring its readiness to investigate and do something to help Manny Pacquiao get a fair share in his purse dealings, the Philippine Senate and the House of Representatives may not be far behind in conducting their own probe. This is the belief of Pacqu  Read Full Story >>>

Lawyer sues Pacquiao’s US promoter
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 05 Jan 2004
The lawyer who introduced uncrowned world featherweight boxing champion Manny Pacquiao and his business manager Rod Nazario to US promoter Murad Muhammad three years ago is furious after being eased out of the fighter’s inner circle. Worse, San Francisco-based lawyer Sydney Jay Hall no longer ea  Read Full Story >>>

By Ronnie Nathanielsz,, 05 Jan 2004
With the controversy over his purse for the battle with legendary featherweight Marco Antonio Barrera cleared up by Pacquiao himself who said he knew what the amount was and was satisfied and had no problems in accepting what he got, Team Pacquiao is now looking at the near future. Pacquiao hims  Read Full Story >>>

Manny rejects Roach offer
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, Manila Standard, 05 Jan 2004
Manny Pacquiao has outright rejected the draft of what appeared to be a one-sided and onerous contract sent to him by fax by the lawyers of ace trainer Freddie Roach for an exclusive promotional agreement with Ten Count Productions Inc., a Nevada corporation based in Beverly Hills, California. T  Read Full Story >>>

Marquez: Pacquiao can be defeated
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, Manila Standard, 05 Jan 2004
Juan Manuel Marquez, the reigning International Boxing Federation/World Boxing Association featherweight champion wants Manny Pacquiao to fight him. This is before Pacquiao takes on legendary featherweight Marco Antonio Barrera in a rematch that the Mexican says he wants after a tune-up fight in   Read Full Story >>>

'Robbed' Roach pointing finger at wrong man
By Franklin McNeil, The Star- Ledger, 05 Jan 2004
The question is, who (if anyone) is stealing Roach's money? Attempts by The Star-Ledger to reach the trainer were unsuccessful. Roach, however, has continued to point a finger at Muhammad. During an exclusive interview with The Star-Ledger, Muhammad said he signed a $700,000 license fee with HBO  Read Full Story >>>

Nazario says Pacquiao situation under control
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 04 Jan 2004
Despite a swirl of controversy threatening to upset International Boxing Federation (IBF) superbantamweight champion Manny Pacquiao’s fistic career, his business manager Rod Nazario told The Star yesterday there is no confusion in the fighter’s camp. "Magulo raw ang kampo namin," said Nazario. "  Read Full Story >>>

No truth to rumors; Roach is still Pacquiao's trainer
By Dominic Menor, ABS-CBN News, 04 Jan 2004
Manny Pacquiao may have been trained to absorb the most lethal punches inside the ring. But nothing could have prepared him or Team Pacquiao from the flurry of reports that have rocked the champion’s boat during the holidays. For Rod Nazario, however, the reports that have come out -- regarding   Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao a cinch for Fighter of Year plum
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, Manila Standard, 04 Jan 2004
Despite the controversy surrounding his purse in the “Clash of the Titans” in which he annihilated legendary featherweight Marco Antonio Barrera last Nov. 15, fights fans around the world continued to hail Manny Pacquiao’s feat and voted him as “Fighter of the Year.” In the poll conducted by the  Read Full Story >>>

Featherweight king contented with Team Pacquiao
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 04 Jan 2004
MANNY PACQUIAO wants to tell everyone that he is happy with what he’s getting as cut from his purse. “Walang akong problema sa tinatanggap ko,” said Pacquiao, who arrived in Manila yesterday afternoon from General Santos City. “Happy ako. Wala akong problema.” Pacquiao finally broke his silenc  Read Full Story >>>

Money the root of evils
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 04 Jan 2004
The sad reality is Manny Pacquiao has become a magnet for leeches and roaches trying to squeeze their way into his bank account. That’s par for the course in the sleazy world of boxing. Now that Pacquiao has established himself as an international marquee attraction, he can expect more and more   Read Full Story >>>

Puerto Rican to train Pacquiao?
By Salven L. Lagumbay, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 04 Jan 2004
A PUERTO Rican based in New York is the leading candidate as new trainer of International Boxing Federation (IBF) superbantam king Manny Pacquiao following the decision of American Freddie Roach to sever ties with the Filipino champ. New York-based Lenny de Jesus is said to be the main candidate  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao fans beat up rowdy gatecrasher
By , Philippine Daily Inquirer, 04 Jan 2004
GEN. SANTOS CITY -- Police Saturday detained a man who was beaten up by onlookers for throwing a beer bottle at world boxing champion Manny Pacquiao at a party, a police investigator said. Pacquiao, the International Boxing Federation (IBF) super bantamweight champion, and his wife Jinky were on  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao denies involvement in crasher’s mauling
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 04 Jan 2004
FEATHERWEIGHT KING Manny Pacquiao has denied any involvement in the mauling of a 25-year-old party gatecrasher in General Santos City early yesterday morning. Pacquiao told the Bulletin upon his arrival in Manila yesterday afternoon that a certain Ricky Teves, a perennial troublemaker in the neighb  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao spars with trouble at party
By AFP and Karl B. Kaufman, The Manila Times, 04 Jan 2004
GENERAL SANTOS CITY—Police on Saturday detained a man who was beaten up by onlookers for throwing a beer bottle at the world boxing champion Manny Pacquiao at a party, a police investigator said. Pacquiao, the International Boxing Federation superbantamweight champion, and his wife, Jinky, were   Read Full Story >>>

Infighting imperils Pacquiao future
By Dante Navarro, The Philippine Star, 03 Jan 2004
With his dream million-dollar bout against Juan Manuel Marquez remaining just like that — a dream — and brilliant trainer-coach Freddie Roach deciding to step out of his prized fighter’s way, 2004 seems not to be too encouraging for Manny Pacquiao after a superb campaign last year. In fact, he f  Read Full Story >>>

Salud pulls out of talks in Pacquiao-Barrera rematch
By Salven L. Lagumbay, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 03 Jan 2004
WORLD Boxing Council founding secretary-general Rudy Salud on Friday pulled out of the organizing group working for a Manny Pacquiao-Marco Antonio Barrera rematch, citing recent allegations by trainer Freddie Roach of financial fraud committed by some members of Team Pacquiao. Salud, a lawyer-spo  Read Full Story >>>

‘Thrilla in Manila II’ off?
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, Manila Standard, 03 Jan 2004
The plans for a blockbuster “Thrilla in Manila II” headlined by a rematch between Manny Pacquiao and legendary featherweight Marco Antonio Barrera, appeared in jeopardy after World Boxing Council founding secretary general Rudy Salud yesterday pulled out of the negotiations. The bout was to be sp  Read Full Story >>>

Team Pacquiao shopping for new American trainer?
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 03 Jan 2004
MANNY PACQUIAO is flying in today from General Santos City to kick off a hectic itinerary that includes a meeting with business manager Rod Nazario on the crisis involving the decision of trainer Freddie Roach to leave the camp of the featherweight star. Pacquiao starts the day by attending the p  Read Full Story >>>

Salud pulls out of ‘Thrilla 2’
By Dennis Principe, The Manila Bulletin, 03 Jan 2004
WITH RENOWNED American guru Freddie Roach deciding to quit as trainer of world featherweight king Manny Pacquiao, the flamboyant southpaw champion has again lost another reputable supporter for his planned Manila outing. World Boxing Council (WBC) founding secretary-general Rodrigo “Rudy” Salud   Read Full Story >>>

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