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Elorde ignores odds, picks Pacquiao by KO
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 13 Nov 2003
Shrugging off Las Vegas odds installing Marco Antonio Barrera a 3-1 favorite to beat Manny Pacquiao, Marty Elorde said yesterday he is convinced the Filipino will win by knockout in the early rounds of the consensus people’s world featherweight boxing bout in San Antonio on Nov. 15 (Sunday mor  Read Full Story >>>

Ex-world champ picks Pacquiao
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, Manila Standard, 13 Nov 2003
Former World Boxing Council junior lightweight champion Rene Barrientos yesterday picked International Boxing Federation junior featherweight champion Manny Pacquiao to win over featherweight king Marco Antonio Barrera in their scheduled “Clash of the Titans” on Sunday, Manila time, at the Alamadome  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao sets date with destiny
By Edwin G. Espejo, Sun.Star General Santos, 13 Nov 2003
ODDSMAKERS are undeterred by Filipino super bantamweight champion Manny Pacquiao's hunger for international recognition when he takes on the world's top featherweight boxer Marco Antonio Barrera on Saturday. Five days into their much-publicized bout for the "people's featherweight championship",  Read Full Story >>>

PREVIEW: Barrera vs Pacquiao!, 13 Nov 2003
Veteran Boxer Marco Antonio Barrera has reigned over the featherweights for years, dismissing all challengers to his crown. IBF junior featherweight champion Manny Pacquiao has cleaned out the 122-pound division in a similar fashion and is looking to do the same at 126 pounds. On Saturday at the   Read Full Story >>>

'He's our Oscar De La Hoya'
By John Whisler, San Antonio Express, 12 Nov 2003
The only sound coming from the tiny gym on the near North Side was the familiar pop, pop, BAM of the mitts. All other activity had stopped. Everyone else in the gym left his spot and hovered around the ring like seagulls, straining to get a look. Philippine boxing sensation Manny Pacquiao was i  Read Full Story >>>

He'll Need to be Super Pac Man in the Alamodome
By Steve Kim,, 12 Nov 2003

Manny Pacquiao doesn't seem to be too concerned that he'll be playing the role of Davy Crockett when he faces 'the king of the featherweights' Marco Antonio Barrera in front of a highly partisan crowd at the Alamodome this Saturday n  
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Brain surgery behind him, Barrera fights on
By Tim Dahlberg, The Associated Press, Sports Illustrated, 12 Nov 2003
There's something that just doesn't seem right about fighting after having brain surgery. Not in a sport where your opponent gets paid to hit you in the head. Somewhere, you would think, doctors would be screaming. Somewhere, surely, there has to be outrage. Not in Texas, where Marco Anton  Read Full Story >>>

After Brain Surgery, Barrera Fights On
By Tim Dahlberg, The Associated Press, Los Angeles Times, 12 Nov 2003
There's something that just doesn't seem right about fighting after having brain surgery. Not in a sport where your opponent gets paid to hit you in the head. Somewhere, you would think, doctors would be screaming. Somewhere, surely, there has to be outrage. Not in Texas, where Marco An  Read Full Story >>>

Fans seek divine guidance for Pacquiao
By Percy D. Della, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 12 Nov 2003
SACRAMENTO -- A motley group of Filipinos led by a Catholic priest extends the welcome mat for Filipino boxing champion Manny Pacquiao Tuesday (Wednesday in Manila) when he holds his public workout in San Antonio, Texas. Pacquiao, the reigning International Boxing Federation (IBF) super bantamwei  Read Full Story >>>

Barrera decks sparmates
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, Manila Standard, 12 Nov 2003
Marco Antonio Barrera decked two of his sparring partners and mercilessly hammered the third in his final sparring session in San Antonio and served notice to International Boxing Federation junior featherweight champion Manny Pacquiao that he is ready to rumble in their Nov. 15 “Clash of the Titans  Read Full Story >>>

Filipino boxer to have share of S.A. fans
By John Whisler, San Antonio Express, 11 Nov 2003
Filipino fighter Manny Pacquiao likely doesn't know it yet, but the world super bantamweight champion will have his share of local fans cheering him on Saturday night. Some of them will be at the Alamodome, where Pacquiao is scheduled to take on Mexico's Marco Antonio Barrera for the Ring magazine   Read Full Story >>>

Barrera Vs. PacMan/ Mosley Vs. Tszyu: That Which is and That Which Might Have Been
By James McDonnell,, 11 Nov 2003
That which is: Saturday’s match up between featherweight king Marco Antonio Barrera and Manny Pacquiao is something of a festive treat as we approach the birth of the wee baby Jesus. True warriors from two different weight divisions match up in what many expect to be an explosive fight, whoev  Read Full Story >>>

Manny off for Barrera country
The Philippine Star, 11 Nov 2003
Countdown to showdown. Manny Pacquiao arrives in San Antonio today (Tuesday morning in Manila), his body ready to take all the punches from Marco Antonio Barrera, his fists raring to hit their target and his mind all set for the big fight many believe will define his boxing career. Six days   Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao is very dangerous–Barrera
By Miramon Nuevo, The Manila Times, 10 Nov 2003
SAN ANTONIO, Texas—Marco Antonio Barrera refused to unleash scathing remarks against Manny Pacquiao, nor showed any effort to refute Freddie Roach’s daring prediction against him two days ago. Instead, he talked about his admiration of Pacquiao and the unbelievable story of the latte  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao wants to be ‘The Greatest’
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 10 Nov 2003
LOS ANGELES – Manny Pacquiao knows the odds he will be up against. But he also knows how much a win would mean to him and the Filipino people. “I believe the Filipino people will remember me as the greatest of all time if I succeed against Barrera,” the reigning IBF super bantamweight champion   Read Full Story >>>

Questions — and answers — about Big Fight at the dome
By John Whisler, San Antonio Express, 09 Nov 2003
Oscar De La Hoya-David Kamau in 1997. Tony Ayala Jr. and Yory Boy Campas in 2000. "Jesse" James Leija and Micky Ward in 2002. Big crowds. Big buildup. High anticipation. But those were nothing like what the Marco Antonio Barrera-Manny Pacquiao duel in the dome likely will provide Saturday.   Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao feeling like Rocky
By Percy D. Della, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 09 Nov 2003
SACRAMENTO, California -- He is not jumping up and down stairs and beating up meat in freezers. But Filipino Manny Pacquiao must be relishing a bit of the Rocky syndrome for his Nov. 15 fight with two-time World Boxing Organization (WBO) junior featherweight champion Marco Antonio Barrera. Not o  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao manhandles IBF champ in sparring session
The Philippine Star, 09 Nov 2003
International superbantamweight champion Manny Pacquiao continued to boost his stock for his coming fight with Marco Antonio Barrera as he slugged it out with IBF superflyweight champion Luis Alberto Perez in a hastily arranged sparring session Friday at the Wild Card Boxing Club in Hollywood, Calif  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao gives Nicaraguan champion a taste of hell
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 09 Nov 2003
LOS ANGELES — Manny Pacquiao was about to go down the ring after working out a sweat with chief Mexican sparmate Israel Vasquez on Friday when a world champion from Nicaragua boldy challenged the Filipino lefty to a one-round sparring. When it was all over, what Luis Perez got was a three-minute   Read Full Story >>>

Manny eyeing another first
ABS-CBN News, 09 Nov 2003
First it was the entertainment capital of the world, where no Filipino boxer had ever won. Then it was the Bay City, where he was up against one of the division’s most notorious names. Five months later, it was the birthplace of the Elvis, where none among his intimate acquaintances were accommodate  Read Full Story >>>

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