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It won't be easy for Manny
Journal Group, 05 May 2006

MANNY Pacquiao is in for a tough fight and has got to be really prepared when he faces Mexican Oscar Larios this July. Ask American impresario Frank Belmont, who has warned Pacquiao that his coming  
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Fighting at home is dangerous
Sun.Star Cebu, 05 May 2006
American impresario Frank Belmont warned Manny Pacquiao that his coming fight with Oscar Larios of Mexico on July 2 will not be a walk in the park. “Larios is a good boxer, not a great puncher, durable, quick, experienced and not easily intimidated,” Belmont described the Mexican fig  Read Full Story >>>

Mayol-Kyowa get topnotch officials, 04 May 2006
The World Boxing Council has already revealed the star-studded cast of boxing officials who will officiate Saturday's Eagle Kyowa-Rodel Mayol WBC minimumweight rumble. The Mexico-based boxing organization has assigned Chuck Williams of the USA as fight supervisor, while the third man on the ring  Read Full Story >>>

Mayol confident of winning WBC ‘minimum’ crown
By Dennis Principe, The Manila Bulletin, 04 May 2006
THOUGH HE acknowledges it to be the biggest fight of his career, world title hopeful Rodel Mayol simply considers it as just another day in the office once he enters the ring for his 12-round title fight Saturday night in Japan. The 24-year-old Mayol will try to become the country’s firs  Read Full Story >>>

Rubillar-Wandee: cetro interino
Mientras Viloria se repone

Esto en Linea, 04 May 2006
EL zurdo filipino Juanito Rubillar, quien peleó dos veces por el cetro minimosca del Consejo Mundial de Boxeo contra Jorge "Travieso" Arce, tendrá una nueva oportunidad de alcanzar su meta máxima, cuando se mida con el tailandés Wandee Singwangcha, por el título in  Read Full Story >>>

By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 04 May 2006
Philippine no. 2 lightweight Dexter 'Dinamita' Delada of the Wakee Salud Stable will fly to South Africa as he vies for the vacant WBC International lightweight title on May 27 against heavy-punching Ali Funeka in East London, South Africa. This was confirmed by Delada's manager Rex "Wakee" Salu  Read Full Story >>>

Z, Rey do interviews, spar with champs in US
Sun.Star Cebu, 04 May 2006
Although they started sluggish, ALA Gym’s Rey Bautista and Z Gorres are now on a rhythm as they train in the US for their upcoming fights. The two boxers’ trainer, Edito Villamor, said their daily regimen starts with an early-morning jog and then followed by workout and sparring sess  Read Full Story >>>

Aguirre quiere a Viloria el 2 de julio en Manila
By Agustín López,, 04 May 2006

La esperada revancha entre José "Jaguar" Aguirre y el campeón minimosca del Consejo Mundial de Boxeo (CMB), el hawaiano Brian Viloria, podría darse el 2 de julio próximo, indicó el entrenador d  
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Ask Geno, May 3, 2006 Edition
By Geno McGahee,, 04 May 2006
Hello RSR readers and welcome once again to "Ask Geno," our mailbag. As always, we appreciate all questions and comments. PAPER CHAMPIONS Geno, Since Floyd has been criticized for fighting two paper champs back-to-back, why isn't anyone talking about the paper champ in 154: MAYORGA! The   Read Full Story >>>

By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 03 May 2006
Alberto "BOBBY" Villaver, a Fil/Am trainer based in Honolulu, Hawaii who traces his roots in Carcar, Cebu, Philippines and better known as the trainer of recently crowned WBA Jr. featherweight world champion Somsak Sitchatchawal of Thailand has been contracted by Kokiet Panichayarom to train another  Read Full Story >>>

Thursday morning’s “Sports Chat” presents: Rodel Mayol, 03 May 2006
The fighter regarded as Philippine boxing’s next superstar will be this Thursday’s feature on the daily radio program “Sports Chat”. In an overseas telephone interview, the ever modest Mayol discussed his chances against reigning World Boxing Council (WBC) Eagle Kyowa and  Read Full Story >>>

By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 03 May 2006 would like to extend its condolences to OPBF president Frank Quill for the passing away of his wife Sue after a lingering illness. The news was relayed to by international referee Bruce McTavish, a close family friend of the Quills. Hereunder, is r  Read Full Story >>>

By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 03 May 2006
MANDAUE CITY--A juicy incentive from this city's local government awaits World Boxing Council no. 1 minimumweight contender Rodel Mayol if he successfully wrests the title from reigning titlist Eagle Kyowa when they collide on May 6 in Tokyo, Japan. "Yes, we will give him an incentive," informs C  Read Full Story >>>

By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 03 May 2006
Philippine welterweight king Dondon Sultan of the SGG Stable of Cebu will make his longest trip so far when he vies for the Pan-Asian Boxing Association welterweight title against undefeated Anton Solopov on May 20 in Surgut, Russia. This was confirmed last Sunday by Sultan's manager Sammy 'Don K  Read Full Story >>>

Mayol: Underdog's quiet quest for greatness
By Recah Trinidad, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 03 May 2006
THERE COULD only be one valid reason why undefeated Rodel Mayol has been pegged an awful underdog in his quest for the World Boxing Council minimumweight title in Tokyo on Saturday. Mayol is less known than defending champion Eagle Kyowa, a Thai fighter masquerading as a Japanese. In fact, Mayol   Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao has one concern
By Nini Valera, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 02 May 2006
MANNY Pacquiao is worried that the P2.5 million worth of general admission tickets that he plans to give away for free—so that more people could watch his bout with Mexican fighter Oscar Larios at the Araneta Coliseum on July 2—might cause a stampede. Pacquiao, who took center stage w  Read Full Story >>>

By Alex A. Paglumotan, GAB Commissioner,, 02 May 2006
The celebrated successful 1st GAB Philippine Annual BOxing Convention last April 19-22,2006 here in the Philippines is over with flying colors. We owe it to the men and women of the GAB agency and the co-organizers of our event the TEAM Asia who in a sense have labored so hard for the realization of  Read Full Story >>>

By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 02 May 2006
TAGBILARAN CITY--ALA Boys Alex John Banal and Robert Allanic both lived up to their lofty billings as they stopped their Thai foes in the co-mainers of the 'Stars of the Future' card here last night. The event, which was covered live by Solar Sports, was presented by this city's Mayor Dan Neri Li  Read Full Story >>>

Banal, Allanic stop foes in Tagbilaran boxing tilt
By Emmanuel B. Villaruel, The Freeman, 02 May 2006
TAGBILARAN CITY – ALA Stable standouts AJ Banal and Robert Allanic lived up to their lofty billing as the future stars of Philippine boxing as they hammered out spectacular wins via stoppage over their Thai foes in the double main event of the "Stars of the Future" fight card on Sunday night a  Read Full Story >>>

Superflies Banal, Allanic KO Thais
By Rommel C. Manlosa, Sun.Star Cebu, 02 May 2006
Superflyweights AJ Banal and Robert Allanic stopped their respective Thai opponents in the card aptly dubbed “Stars of the Future” at the Island City Mall Car Park in Tagbilaran City last Sunday. The youthful Banal scored a second-round knockout win over Bangsaen Sithpraprom, using a  Read Full Story >>>

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