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Pacquiao contra Barrera
Están en negociaciones

By Ernesto Castellanos, Esto en Linea, 17 Apr 2007

penas se alzó con la victoria el filipino Manny Pacquiao sobre el jalisciense Jorge "Coloradito" Solís, la noche del sábado pasado en San Antonio, comenzó a armarse la función del 15 de septiembre   
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Which MP will emerge?
By Ed Picson, The Manila Bulletin, 17 Apr 2007
As expected, Manny Pacquiao will once again come home to a hero’s welcome when he arrives from his completed mission against heretofore unknown Jorge Solis. But immediately after the confetti and the back-slapping, the Pacman plunges into a less-hospitable atmosphere, as he finally gets   Read Full Story >>>

Roach busy in Puerto Rico
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 17 Apr 2007
SAN ANTONIO – Celebrated trainer Freddie Roach took the day off from training Oscar de la Hoya in Puerto Rico for his coming fight against Floyd Mayweather and worked Manny Pacquiao’s corner at the Alamodome here Saturday night. Top Rank chairman Bob Arum did not expect Roach to turn  Read Full Story >>>

I was in charge — Pacquiao
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 17 Apr 2007
LOS ANGELES — With his wife Jinkee seated beside him at the dining table late Sunday morning, Manny Pacquiao asked a reporter what he thought was the sentiment of the Filipino people who watched him score yet another dramatic victory in San Antonio, Texas. Told that he fulfilled the prom  Read Full Story >>>

Don’t laugh! Manny might have the last laugh
By John Pages, Sun.Star Cebu, 17 Apr 2007
IF I resided in Gen. Santos City and I’m headed for the poll booth this May 14, I’d write down two words beside the blank space for Congressman: Emmanuel Pacquiao. Seriously, I would. A month ago, I lambasted Pacman. Called him “Chump” instead of “Champ.”   Read Full Story >>>

Manny Pacquiao vs Jorge Solis; Post Fight
By Jason Petock,, 17 Apr 2007
The 14,793 high-spirited fight fans that came to see Mexico and the Philippines wage war against one another in the form of the always electric 12 year pro and three-division world champion Manny ’Pac-Man’ Pacquiao 44-3-2 (35) versus the previously undefeated Jorge ‘Coloradito̵  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao back Tuesday; hero’s welcome set
Philippine Daily Inquirer, 17 Apr 2007
MANILA, Philippines -- Once again, the nation will be at his feet. On the eve of Manny Pacquiao’s expected return to Manila at 4 a.m. Tuesday, airport authorities were already preparing the Centennial Terminal’s Presidential Lounge for him -- a VIP room normally used only by foreign h  Read Full Story >>>

Head wound woke up Pacquiao
By John Whisler, San Antonio Express, 17 Apr 2007
For the better part of five rounds Saturday night at the Alamodome — before he knocked out Jorge Solis with a two-fisted fury — Manny Pacquiao was struggling. His punches were missing in bunches. His crowd-pleasing, high-rpm style was missing in action. Simply put, Manny wasn't b  Read Full Story >>>

Red carpet for Pacquiao
By Evelyn Macairan, The Philippine Star, 17 Apr 2007
The red carpet will be rolled out for "people’s champ" Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao who is expected to arrive today at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Centennial Terminal 2 on Philippine Airlines flight PR113 from Los Angeles, California at 4:30 a.m. President Arroyo congratulated  Read Full Story >>>

Manny-mania in San Antonio
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 17 Apr 2007
SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Manny Pacquiao’s fifth-floor suite was filled with some of his supporters, well-wishers and autograph-seekers in the early hours of Sunday following the Filipino’s electrifying eighth-round knockout victory over Jorge Solis of Mexico at the Alamodome. Eve  Read Full Story >>>

Manny Pacquaio's Priest: Drunken Bums Threw Beer At Pinoy Idol!
By Michael Marley, Boxing Confidential, 17 Apr 2007
SAN ANTONIO--My source is connected to a Higher Power. My source knows the Big Guy and I don't mean Don Jose Sulaiman or Bob Arum. My source is none other than Manny Pacquaio's close personal friend and "priest." And my source said some Neanderthals in the Alamodome showered Pacman and his entou  Read Full Story >>>

Blaze of Glory Results & Photo Gallery, 17 Apr 2007

PACQUIAO PREVAILS Manny Pacquiao stopped Jorge Solis in the eighth round of a spirited fight in front of 14,793 fans at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. Pacquiao raised his ledger to 44-3-2   
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Pacquiao endorsed ‘internationally’
By Belinda Olivares-Cunanan, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 17 Apr 2007
I’m not a big boxing fan, but over the past few years, possibly because we haven’t had a champ in a while, I always made it a point to watch the fights of Manny Pacquiao. I must say that in his bout with undefeated Mexican champ Jorge Solis in Texas last Sunday, Manny fought an incredibl  Read Full Story >>>

Big welcome for Pacquiao
By Roy C. Mabasa, The Manila Bulletin, 17 Apr 2007
Manny Pacquiao, their adopted son, with confetti in a citywide ticker-tape parade shortly upon his arrival early this morning from San Antonio, Texas, where he defeated Mexican boxer Jorge Solis last Sunday. Upon his arrival, Pacquiao will head to Manila City Hall to pay a courtesy call on his  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao to face test as a politician on Team Unity stage
By Efren L. Danao, The Manila Times, 17 Apr 2007
The mettle of boxing icon Manny Pacquiao will be tested off the boxing arena Thursday when he plunges into his first political rally in General Santos City with Team Unity senatorial candidates and local candidates in General Santos City. Pacquiao, who knocked out challenger Jorge Solis in the e  Read Full Story >>>

Custodio: Panalo ni Pacquiao vs Solis walang epekto sa halalan
ABS-CBN News, 17 Apr 2007
Wala umanong epekto ang panalo ni "People's Champ" Manny Pacquiao sa laban sa pagka-kongresista sa Mayo 14 sa unang distrito ng South Cotabato, ito ang sinabi ni Rep. Darlene Antonino-Custodio sa panayam ng DZMM nitong Lunes. Aniya, bago pa man ang laban ay naniniwala na ang mga botante na mananalo   Read Full Story >>>

Weighing for the boxers at the Alamodome
By Herbert Y. Magtoto, The Philippine Star, 17 Apr 2007
SAN ANTONIO, Texas. The long wait for the weighing of the Blazing Glory has ended. Media reporters from all over flew in to San Antonio, Texas just to see the weighing on the scale of their favorite boxing champs. Newstar Philippines and Pinoy Chronicle were (of course) were there at the Alamodome s  Read Full Story >>>

Harbour Centre and Pacquiao
By Philip Ella Juico, The Philippine Star, 17 Apr 2007
Two sporting events over the weekend thrust the Philippines into the international scene once again. First was the RP-Harbour Centre victory in Jakarta in the 2007 SEABA (Southeast Asian Basketball Association) Champions Cup Saturday evening. The second was Manny Pacquiao’s successful   Read Full Story >>>

Common thread
By Frank Malilong, Sun.Star Cebu, 17 Apr 2007
MANNY Pacquiao is an elementary school graduate; Virgilio Garcillano is a lawyer; and Ben Ejares is a priest. So where is the tie that binds them? Nowhere except that like Pacquiao, Garcillano wants to be a congressman and that like Garcillano, Fr. Ben vanished from public view when his name was  Read Full Story >>>

Suico Is Japan-Bound on Friday
By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 16 Apr 2007
OPBF lightweight king Randy 'Komong Bato' Suico is set to fly to Osaka, Japan on Friday as he defends his title against Japanese prospect Tomonori Nakagawa on April 23 at the Prefectural Gym in Osaka. Suico, who is one of only two most active OPBF champs in the region, will be accompanied in the  Read Full Story >>>

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