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Experts weigh-in on Pacquiao-Morales fight
By Rick Reeno, Fox Sports, 18 Nov 2006
The long-awaited trilogy bout between Manny Pacquiao and Erik Morales is upon us. The two fighters will meet Sunday at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas — the main event on HBO's pay-per-view telecast. The odds are heavily stacked against Morales. Most boxing insiders are not giving him much   Read Full Story >>>

MaxBoxing’s Head to Head – Manny Pacquiao vs Erik Morales
By Jason Probst and Angel Rodriguez,, 18 Nov 2006

JASON PROBST: Old dogs don't learn new tricks, especially not Mexican fighting dogs, Angel. Erik Morales has one shot, from the looks of it, against Manny Pacquiao. And that's to come out early and hard and let the leather fly in   
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By Ronnie Nathanielsz,, 18 Nov 2006
The Philippines’ national treasure Manny Pacquiao carries a nation’s hopes in his fists of fury when he battles dangerous Erik “The Terrible One” Morales in their Grand Finale rubber match before a jampacked Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas Sunday morning, Manila Time. Millions of Filipinos   Read Full Story >>>

Depleted-looking Morales and relaxed Pacquiao make weight
By Benn Schulberg, The Sweet Science, 18 Nov 2006
The weight controversy is over after Erik Morales stepped onto the scale Friday in front of his adoring Mexican fans as they cheered him on with chants of “Mexico, Mexico.” The official weights for both Morales and Manny Pacquiao were 129-pounds. The fans packed into the Cox Pavilion at the Thom  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao prepared for Morales in trilogy's final fight
By Associated Press, International Herald Tribune, 18 Nov 2006
LAS VEGAS: Manny Pacquiao and Erik Morales are ready for the third round, and both fighters believe it will be the best one yet. Just observe the grin on Pacquiao's face as he stepped on the scale with hundreds of Filipino fans cheering his name Friday — or watch Morales' swell of pride as he hea  Read Full Story >>>

Morales makes weight for Pacquiao clash
By Kieran Mulvaney, Reuters, 18 Nov 2006
LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - Erik Morales dispelled any concerns about his ability to make the weight for Saturday's super featherweight showdown with Manny Pacquiao, coming in one pound below the 130-pounds limit at the official weigh-in. Mexican Morales had been contractually bound to pay Pacquiao $50  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao-Morales III: Psyched
By Phil Woolever, The Sweet Science, 18 Nov 2006

POINTS UNKNOWN BETWEEN THIS SIDE OF THE DESERT AND THAT – For most boxing fans, every once in a while a fight comes along which holds personal interest. The hometown team or former school making it to the  
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A Look at De La Hoya vs. Mayweather, Jr
By Johnny Ortiz,, 18 Nov 2006
The fight between Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and Carlos Baldomir went just the way any knowledgeable fight expert would have expected, Carlos, try as he might, was just to slow and just did not have enough ring savy to be able to cut the ring off on his elusive opponent. It has always been my content  Read Full Story >>>

One Shot or Erik Morales is History
By Hermie Rivera,, 18 Nov 2006
January 21 2006 saw Manny ‘Pacman’ Pacquiao score a scintillating stoppage of Eric ‘El Terrible’ Morales in a fight he was’nt expected to win. At the time he knocked out the Mexican three-division champ, Pacman was a just a foe who unexpectedly dealt Tijuana’s fight mogul his first debacle. Pa  Read Full Story >>>

By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 18 Nov 2006

LAS VEGAS--Like a walk in the park, Manny Pacquiao and Erik Morales made weight in their first try today, both coming in at 129 lbs at the official weigh-in moments ago at the Cox Pavilion of the Thomas and Mack Center here. Mora  
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When Warriors Collide
By Ben Cohen,, 18 Nov 2006

Manny Pacquiao and Erik Morales are two men born to fight. The ferocity and heart with which they compete has inspired their respective nations to proportions rarely seen in the sport of boxing.  
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Morales and Pacquiao: A Special Trilogy
By Kieran Mulvaney,, 18 Nov 2006
A year or so ago, news of a putative rematch between Erik Morales and Manny Pacquiao was not greeted with unanimous praise. Their first bout, in March 2005, had undoubtedly been a well-fought and entertaining affair, but, despite periods when Pacquiao’s aggression had caused him troubles, Mora  Read Full Story >>>

Boxing Superpowers Meet in Pacquiao vs. Morales III
By David A. Avila, The Sweet Science, 18 Nov 2006
When it comes to professional boxing, Third World nations like Mexico and the Philippines are world super powers and Manny “Pac Man” Pacquiao and Erik “El Terrible” Morales are its weapons of mass destruction. Morales (record) and Pacquiao (42-3-2, 33 KOs) are nuclear powerhouses in the ring and  Read Full Story >>>

The Philippines vs. Mexico: A Prelim to War
By Benn Schulberg, The Sweet Science, 18 Nov 2006

A boxer named Pacquiao lost Thursday night but the Philippines isn’t in mourning just yet. That’s because it was their favorite son’s younger brother, Bobby Pacquiao (27-11-3), who was disqualified by ref  
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Two warriors to battle again
By Keith Idec,, 18 Nov 2006
Manny Pacquiao and Erik Morales will make us forget everything that's wrong with this troublesome game for a little less than an hour late Saturday night. The disgraceful decisions. The preposterous practices of the selfish sanctioning organizations. The lack of uniformity among commissions. The   Read Full Story >>>

The “Other” Pacquiao Diminishes Family Name, and Opponent’s Family Jewels
By Kieran Mulvaney,, 18 Nov 2006
Notwithstanding his knockout of shopworn Kevin Kelley earlier this year, or last year’s entirely bogus points victory over Carlos Hernandez, it is hard to believe that Bobby Pacquiao would receive as many chances to appear on pay-per-view cards, or headline cards of his own, were it not for his last  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao says it’s personal
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 18 Nov 2006
LAS VEGAS — No doubt about it, there’s bad blood between Manny Pacquiao and Erik Morales. Morales has repeatedly said the better man didn’t win when Pacquiao knocked him out last January. He blamed his drastic weight loss for the setback and the other day, claimed Pacquiao’s punches never hurt h  Read Full Story >>>

By Cliff Rold,, 18 Nov 2006
GOT TROUBLE GETTING HYPED FOR MIS-MATCH! Alexandria, VA-It's the true number one pound-for-pound fighter in the sport, the Philippine's Manny Pacquiao (42-3-2, 33 KOs) versus a Mexican legend in Erik Morales (48-4, 34 KOs) in a third and decisive battle. It's Pacquiao, the only man in history t  Read Full Story >>>

TigerBoxing Staff Picks: THE GRAND FINALE!, 18 Nov 2006
The time is near. We must choose a winner. Will Pacman gobble up Morales once more? Will El Terrible be the comeback kid? Crystal balls anyone? Franklin McNeil says: That Erik Morales understands the significance this fight will have on his career makes him more dangerous, but Mann  Read Full Story >>>

The Los Angeles Diary: Day 2: The LA sojourn
By Homer D. Sayson, Sun.Star Cebu, 18 Nov 2006
LAS Vegas - I left LA shortly after 7 a.m. yesterday, stopped by Ontario to pick up AJ and Ermee from their visit with relatives, and then sped off towards Las Vegas to begin my official coverage of Pacquiao-Morales III. I made sure to make only the necessary stops, and when the coast was clear   Read Full Story >>>

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