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DIOSDADO GABI HOLDS MEDIA WORKOUT WEDNESDAY
PhilBoxing.com, 22 Feb 2006
HOLLYWOOD, CA (February 17, 2006) -- Filipino flyweight sensation DIOSDADO GABI and trainer Freddie Roach will hold a media workout This Wednesday! February 22, at 11 A.M. PT at the Wild Card Boxing Club in Hollywood, CA (1123 Vine St. - one block north of Santa Monica Blvd.)
Gabi, 26-2-1 (19 K Read Full Story >>>
Gorres aspires world recognition in OPBF title tiff
PhilBoxing.com, 22 Feb 2006
Z “The Dream” Gorres will finally have his dream realized when he climbs the ring on March 18, 2006 to vie for the vacant OPBF Super Flyweight championship againt the former title-holder, Waengpetch Chuwatana of Thailand at the fully-airconditioned Mandaue City Sports Complex.
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EX-OPBF CHAMP MAYOL FLIES TO TOKYO FOR WBC CONTRACT-SIGNING
By Salven L. Lagumbay, PhilBoxing.com, 22 Feb 2006
Fight fans may now call him the former OPBF champ, and the future WBC minimumweight kingpin.
This after Rodel "Batang Mandaue" Mayol relinquished his OPBF miniumweight throne to pave the way for his May 8 crack at WBC minimumweight kingpin Eagle Kyowa.
Today, Mayol is set to fly to Japan t Read Full Story >>>
WHAT IS NEXT FOR BRIAN VILORIA?
By Marlon Bernardino, PhilBoxing.com, 22 Feb 2006
IF plans push through, Brian Viloria will be defending his title on the same card as the peppery champion who fought before him last Sunday (in Manila) at the Aladdin Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The fighter’s manager Gary Gittelsohn said they are grooming Viloria and World Boxin Read Full Story >>>
From Vegas to Houston
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 22 Feb 2006
HOUSTON — It was a backbreaker of a trip but Solar Sports vice president for production Erick Tam and I didn’t mind. The journey from Las Vegas, where we covered Brian Viloria’s defense of his World Boxing Council lightflyweight title, to Houston, host of this year’s National Read Full Story >>>
A win is a win?
By Rene Saguisag, ABS-CBN News, 22 Feb 2006
The ethical question would persist. Were we disappointed Brian did not beat his opponent to a pulp? Is boxing any way for modern man to make a living? The idea is to hurt and hurt so badly enough to make the foe sleep, at times, permanently.
Brian "Hawaiian Punch" Viloria, from the Ilocos and Hon Read Full Story >>>
Larios confirmed as Pac-Man opponent
By Ant Evans, SecondsOut.com, 22 Feb 2006
Former WBC super-bantamweight champion Oscar Larios has been confirmed as the next man to step into the ring with the fearsome ruler of the featherweight divisions, Manny Pacquiao.
Mexican Larios, 56-4-1 (36), has the unenviable assignment of travelling to the Pac-Man's home of Manila, in the Ph Read Full Story >>>
PACQUIAO IN CEBU TODAY FOR CHARTER DAY RITES
By Salven L. Lagumbay, PhilBoxing.com, 22 Feb 2006
CEBU CITY--Pound-for-pound superstar Manny Pacquiao will take centerstage in today's celebration of the founding anniversary of Cebu City as he guests the Charter Day rites with President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, Cebu Archbishop Ricardo Cardinal Vidal and former Chief Justice Hilario Davide.
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Chatchai Sasakul - Question and Answer
By Scott Mallon, The Sweet Science, 22 Feb 2006
He’s gone by many names - Chatchai Dutchboy Gym, Chatchai Krating Daeng Gym and now Chatchai Singwancha. He defeated Russian-born, Japanese-based fighter Yuri Arbachakov in 1995 handing him the only loss of his career, he’s fought in the Olympics and he is widely acknowledged as one of t Read Full Story >>>
Q&A: Wilfredo Gomez!
By Jason "J-Gon" Gonzalez, FightNews.com, 22 Feb 2006
The tiny island in the Caribbean known as Puerto Rico has produced its fair share of champions and men such as Sixto Escobar, Carlos Ortiz, Jose Torres, and Wilfredo Benitez have made enormous contributions to the "Sweet Science" in the form of thrills and excitement. But as we scroll up and down th Read Full Story >>>
Arroyo, Pacquiao get top billing in Charter Day fete
Sun.Star Philippines, 22 Feb 2006
CEBU CITY -- A crowd of some 12,000 is expected to join the 69th Charter Day revelry at the Cebu City Sports Center Wednesday night, which President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo and boxing champion Manny Pacquiao will attend.
Mayor Tomas Osmeña announced that after all the changes in the schedule, Pa Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao to grace Kalilangan slugfest
Sun.Star Manila, 22 Feb 2006
GENERAL SANTOS CITY -- Filipino boxing icon Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao is scheduled to attend the opening ceremony of the 2006 Kalilangan Festival Invitational Amateur Boxing Championships on February 23 at the Oval Plaza covered court here.
Adriano "Rey" Golingan Jr., president of the Amateur Boxi Read Full Story >>>
Pacland creator gets recognition from Cebu sportswriters
PhilBoxing.com, 21 Feb 2006
By Emmanuel B. Villaruel
Special to PhilBoxing.com
A Cebuano web developer from Talisay City is the recepient of one of the highest awards the Cebu sportswriting fraternity will be handing out this year.
Dong Secuya, chief architect of the world-famous Pacland website www.mannypa Read Full Story >>>
ALLANIC, BONTILAO DRUB FOES IN BOHOL
By Salven L. Lagumbay, PhilBoxing.com, 21 Feb 2006
LOON, BOHOL--ALA Boy Robert "Cliff Smart" Allanic run into a tough-as-nails Jerry Manganip, but proved too much for the game journeyman to score a lop-sided unanimous decision in the mainer of Sunday night's "Battle in Loon" at this town's cultural center.
Allanic scored knockdowns in the first a Read Full Story >>>
Avoided by Thai champion, Gabi turns to Darchinyan
By Charles Raymond A. Maxey, Sun.Star Davao, 21 Feb 2006
IT'S understandable that International Boxing Federation (IBF) flyweight champion Vic Darchinyan is looking past Diosdado "Prince" Gabi of the Philippines.
Yes, Darchinyan has a ring date with Gabi when the Armenian-born Australian stakes his crown on March 3 in Santa Ynez, California against th Read Full Story >>>
What’ s next for Viloria?
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 21 Feb 2006
LAS VEGAS — Gary Gittelsohn has big plans for World Boxing Council (WBC) lightflyweight champion Brian Viloria.
Shortly after Viloria repulsed Mexican challenger Jose Antonio Aguirre in the first defense of his crown here Saturday night (Sunday morning, Manila), Gittelsohn said there could Read Full Story >>>
eBayer cashes in on Viloria win
By Alexander Villafania, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 21 Feb 2006
LESS THAN 24 hours after the Filipino pugilist Brian “Hawaiian Punch” Viloria retained his World Boxing Council light flyweight title against the Mexican Jose Antonio Aguirre, an enterprising member of the online trading portal eBay is already selling a record of the fight.
“Tjweb Read Full Story >>>
Objectivity and flag waving during a fight
By Philip Ella Juico, The Philippine Star, 21 Feb 2006
It somehow seems irrelevant to be concerned with sports and Brian Viloria’s successful defense of his World Boxing Council (WBC) light flyweight title over Mexican challenger Jose Antonio Aguirre at the Theater of Performing Arts at the Aladdin Hotel-Casino Sunday (in Manila) when thousands of Read Full Story >>>
Boxing Analysis: Who’s Next?
By Daxx Kahn, SaddoBoxing.com, 21 Feb 2006
2006 will be the last year for one of these fighters!
2005 brought a changing of the guard in boxing as longtime champions and top pound for pound kings either fell hard or had time finally catch up with them and 2006 so far has brought more of the same. 2005 cemented the end of Roy Jones’ Read Full Story >>>
JM Márquez viaja a Indonesia
By Juan Carlos Gubi, Box-Latino.com, 21 Feb 2006
Aunque no ha logrado la velocidad deseada, el capitalino Juan Manuel Márquez, viajará este miércoles rumbo a la isla de Borneo, Indonesia, donde el 4 de marzo intentará arrebatar el título pluma de la Asocia Read Full Story >>>