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By Rico Navarro,, 22 Mar 2007
(Note: This was written for the March 18 edition of "Bleacher Talk" of The Freeman.) March 18, 2007 was a date we were looking forward to around six months ago when it was announced that this date was booked for the much-awaited rematch between Manny Pacquiao and Marco Antonio Barrera. That was   Read Full Story >>>

Blaze of Glory? Solis is a No-Show!
By Ed de la Vega, DDS,, 22 Mar 2007

West Hollywood, California -- What is so difficult to comprehend is the fact that boxers involved in big promotions suffer from issues concerning “visas”. Isn’t it the responsibility of the promote  
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According to Greg Leon, a judge has just junked hours ago the injunction filed by Golden Boy Promotions against the April 14 Manny Pacquiao-Jorge Solis fight, as correctly predicted by's Michael Marley. Hence, it's still green and go in San Antonio.   Read Full Story >>>

By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 22 Mar 2007
Pan-Asian Boxing Association (PABA) lightweight champion Dennis Laurente will defend his title tomorrow against interim champion Hero Katili of Indonesia in a 12-round scorcher at the Elorde Sports Center in Paranaque City. The match-up is one of the two championship showdowns being arranged as   Read Full Story >>>

Bonus Shot of the Day!, 22 Mar 2007

Boxing's pound-for-pound most exciting fighter Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao (Center) poses with Brian 'The Hawaiian Punch' Viloria (L) of Waipahu, Hawaii and Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., son of the legendary Julio Cesar Chavez   
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Concepcion Defends WBC Youth Crown
By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 22 Mar 2007
Don't expect him to be making a lot of noise on April 14, especially that he's fighting underneath a Pacquiao show. Anyone who fights under Pacquiao these days, after all, will be obliterated as a mere side-show. But expect Filipino Bernabe Concepcion to be just as well-prepared when he defends   Read Full Story >>>

Montilla Draws with Thai!
By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 22 Mar 2007
Philippine light-welterweight champ Fernando Montilla looked brilliant but still got a draw with Thailand's Sataporn Singwancha in their 12-round bout today in Bangkok, Thailand. The fight was for the lightly-regarded ABCO title, which has so far failed to take off as a regional title of note, co  Read Full Story >>>

‘GBP can’t stop Pacquiao-Solis fight’
By Abac Cordero, The Philippine Star, 22 Mar 2007
Manny Pacquiao’s legal counsel is confident that the court injunction filed by Golden Boy Promotions to prevent the Filipino boxer from climbing the ring on April 14 in San Antonio, Texas, will not prosper. "I really don’t think so," said Filipino lawyer Franklin Gacal yesterday amid  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao to get P250M from fight
Arum says Pacman’s purse bigger than Marquez, Barrera combined

By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 22 Mar 2007
TOP RANK big boss Bob Arum revealed yesterday that Manny Pacquiao will earn much more than the combined earnings of Juan Manuel Marquez and Marco Antonio Barrera when the Filipino fights undefeated knockout artist Jorge Solis of Mexico on April 15 in San Antonio, Texas. "Check with the Nevada St  Read Full Story >>>

No More Hero's Welcome In GenSan For Punching Politician Pacman
By Salven L. Lagumbay, Boxing Confidential, 22 Mar 2007
From now on, there will be no more heroe's welcome for Manny Pacquiao in his hometown in General Santos City. That's Philippine politics at its finest. Pacquiao, who will take on the undefeated yet unknown Jorge Solis on April 14, had been lavished by a cult-like, grand arrival every time he come  Read Full Story >>>

"Estoy listo para Marco o Pacquiao"
Llegó Márquez y dijo:

By Ernesto Castellanos, Esto en Linea, 22 Mar 2007

Un nutrido grupo de amigos y aficionados dieron ayer una calurosa bienvenida a Juan Manuel Márquez, quien retornó luego de haber conquistado el título mundial superpluma del Consejo Mundial de Boxeo, el sábado pasado en La  
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Manny to meet mountain man Solis
SuperBoxing, 22 Mar 2007
Manny Pacquiao, considered as the best boxer in the world, pound-for-pound, will fight unbeaten Jorge Solis of Mexico at The Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas on April 14. Most critics feel Pacquiao, who has a record of 43-3-2, with 33 stoppages, and is from the Philippines, will have an easy fight   Read Full Story >>>

Marquez video shows how to beat Pacman
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 22 Mar 2007
JORGE SOLIS has the key to beat Manny Pacquiao. The Mexican mystery fighter actually has it on video. "Jorge Solis told me that he knows how to win this fight (against Pacquiao on April 14)," Top Rank publicist Ricardo Jimenez told the Bulletin. "Solis believes Pacquiao’s fight with   Read Full Story >>>

If it quacks like a duck…
By Ricardo V. Puno Jr., The Philippine Star, 22 Mar 2007
No matter how the handlers and hangers-on of the newly crowned World Boxing Council super featherweight champion try to spin it, the fact is that Juan Manuel Marquez has unfinished business, and his name is Manny Pacquiao. Marquez is now engaged in an elaborate charade aimed at ducking Pacquiao.  Read Full Story >>>

How Manny Pacquiao passed the A&E test of the ALS
By Preciosa S. Soliven, The Philippine Star, 22 Mar 2007
Does education make news? Last weekend, 20 young journalists realized that it does after attending the UNESCO forum "Education Makes News: A Workshop on the Coverage of Education", which was organized in cooperation with the Lopez Group of Companies, ABS-CBN, Benpres, and the Philippine STAR hel  Read Full Story >>>

By Ronnie Nathanielsz,, 21 Mar 2007

WBC President Jose Sulaiman. WBC president Jose Sulaiman has written a formal letter to Manny Pacquiao asking him "to confirm in writing his eligibility and acceptance or denial for the mandatory contender position" in th  
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By Ronnie Nathanielsz,, 21 Mar 2007
Although celebrated two-time “Trainer of the Year” Freddie Roach was not at his Wild Card Gym to supervise the first day of training of Manny Pacquiao because he was in Puerto Rico training Oscar De La Hoya for his mega-fight with Floyd Mayweather, he was still very concerned about Pacqu  Read Full Story >>>

By Jason Aniel,, 21 Mar 2007
MARQUEZ SEIZED THE MOMENT Las Vegas, NV- Juan Manuel Marquez finally received the recognition he has seek since 1999. Avoided at one point by every top caliber opponent in the late nineties, Marquez finally lived up to the potential greatness boxing scribes around the world placed on this long ti  Read Full Story >>>

By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 21 Mar 2007
WBC President Jose Sulaiman Chagnon has just announced that newly-crowned WBC superfeatherweight king Juan Manuel Marquez should face Manny Pacquiao first, before he can start talking about a rematch with Marco Antonio Barrera. Sulaiman, speaking to James Blears of Boxingscene, stated: “Rules are  Read Full Story >>>

GMA Network and ABS-CBN Rivalry Spills Into Boxing
GMA and Solar Sports Formally Announced Pacquiao-Solis Coverage

By Dennis Principe,, 21 Mar 2007
THE ratings war between two of the country's giant TV networks has spilled over into the multi-million dollar business of boxing. GMA-7 Network, longtime rival of ABS-CBN, recently entered into a partnership with cable sports leader Solar Entertainment Corporation to air the upcoming bout of Fili  Read Full Story >>>

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