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Michael Marley Interview: Don Jose Unashamed Mannymaniac
Sulaiman: I Will Lead Pacman Parade, Champ Pacquiao Brings Power To The People
By Michael Marley, Boxing Confidential, 17 Jan 2007
MEXICO CITY-- Don Jose Sulaiman, still hobbled and confined to a wheelchair as a result of complications arising from being assaulted in a wild melee at a Lewis-Tyson press conference several years ago, leaned backwards. His eyes lit up and he gestured with his hands.
For a change, the longtime l Read Full Story >>>
Roach: ‘Dirty’ Korean easy prey for Pacman
By Abac Cordero, The Philippine Star, 17 Jan 2007
Freddie Roach yesterday branded Injin Chi as a "dirty fighter" but the American trainer believes that Korean champion won’t last the distance against Manny Pacquiao.
"We were told that he’s a dirty fighter. But at the end of day, I think Manny will knock him out in the early rounds," Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao set to ink Macau fight contract
By Salven L. Lagumbay, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 17 Jan 2007
ALL INDICATIONS point to Filipino superstar Manny Pacquiao signing the fight contract within this week for his April 28 showdown with Korean world champ In Jin Chi at the Wynn Hotel and Casino in Macau, China.
Promoter Bob Arum of Top Rank, in an interview in the US, has indicated that he was loo Read Full Story >>>
Boxing Hypothetical: Edwin Valero vs. Manny Pacquiao
By Michael Jarvis, SaddoBoxing.com, 17 Jan 2007
Vague Thoughts From A Fan Of Neither Fighter
Very rarely do we have fights that after all the sneak peeks and interviews, in which they start to simmer, boil, and then explode at press conferences do they ever meet up to the hype. Very rarely! They often reach a fever temperature so high that the m Read Full Story >>>
De la Hoya , JM Márquez y Vázquez son favoritos
By Rubén Casanova, Box-Latino.com, 17 Jan 2007
Antes de cruzar el océano atlántico, el reconocido agente boxístico Rafael Mendoza, dio a conocer sus favoritos de los interesantes choques que se avecinan en este 2007.
Mendoza, quien se encuentra en este momento en Londres, Inglaterra, afirma que Oscar De la Hoya , Juan Manuel Márquez e Israel Read Full Story >>>
Barrera se va a Big Bear
Primer día en el gimnasio
By Ernesto Castellanos, Esto en Linea, 17 Jan 2007
Marco Antonio Barrera Tapia, monarca del mundo de peso superpluma del Consejo Mundial de Boxeo, tuvo ayer su primer día de entrenamiento en su gimnasio de Ixtacalco en ruta a su contienda contra Juan Manuel Márquez ante el Read Full Story >>>
“RING TALK” WRITER BEING HONORED!
RingTalk.com, 17 Jan 2007
OUR OWN “PINOY” WINS ELORDE AWARD
Manila, R.P. - Jason "The Pinoy" Aniel, the 21-year old from San Mateo, CA, has been advised that his presence will be required in the Philippines on March 25th to pick up the, “Gabriel “Flash” Elorde award for, “Outstanding Jo Read Full Story >>>
Roach naghahanap ng bagong Pacquiao
ABS-CBN News, 17 Jan 2007
Naghahanap ng "bagong Manny Pacquiao" si coach Freddie Roach. Si Pacquiao daw ang pinakamatagumpay na boxer ni Roach ngayon.
Aniya, may taglay na natural na talento ang mga Pinoy sa boksing at marami pang boxer Read Full Story >>>
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 16 Jan 2007
That’s how ex-manager describes Pacquiao’s coming fight with Korean
That’s what New York-based boxing manager Shelly Finkel said upon learning that Filipino boxing star Manny Pacquiao is going to face Korean Injin Chi on April 28 in Macau.
"I have read that Mann Read Full Story >>>
Mayweather Senior makes Oscar an offer
SecondsOut.com, 16 Jan 2007
Floyd Mayweather Senior has a counter offer for super-star pupil Oscar De La Hoya. The trainer has baulked at a US$500,000 offer to train De La Hoya to defeat his own son, Floyd Junior, in their May 5 super-fight in Las Vegas.
Mayweather told SecondsOut: "I'm not interested in no US$500,000 offe Read Full Story >>>
Jandaeng Arriving On Jan. 18 for Banal Showdown!
By Salven L. Lagumbay, PhilBoxing.com, 16 Jan 2007
Thailand's Terdkiat Jandaeng will be flying in on Thursday with his trainer as he faces hot Filipino prospect, the undefeated Alex John Banal on Saturday at the Mandaue City Sports and Cultural Complex.
Jandaeng, who belongs to the famous Kokiet Boxing Gym of Bangkok, had earlier vowed to put a h Read Full Story >>>
Floyd Mayweather, Sr: "Soon Oscar De La Hoya Will Need To Step Up or Step Off"
By Mark Vester, BoxingScene.com, 16 Jan 2007
Rumors have been circulating in the media with regards to a search being conducted by Oscar De La Hoya to replace Floyd Mayweather, Sr. as his trainer for the May 5 showdown with Floyd Mayweather, Jr. in Las Vegas.
In an interview with USA Today, Debbie Caplan from Golden Boy Promotions denied t Read Full Story >>>
Does Juan Manuel Marquez Need a Manny Pacquiao Rematch?
By Nate Nall, RingsideReport.com, 16 Jan 2007
It is one thing to fight through hundreds of opponents amongst the amateur ranks, then through the best in the world as a professional. But it is something altogether more to become the “poster-child” of an e Read Full Story >>>
Boxing World Cup re-set
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, Manila Standard Today, 16 Jan 2007
THE eagerly awaited Philippines-Mexico World Cup of boxing has been postponed until after the showdown between Golden Boy Oscar de la Hoya and undefeated Floyd Mayweather on May 5 in Las Vegas.
Well-known promoter Sammy Gello-ani said the World Cup was being pushed back because they were unable Read Full Story >>>
Cebu World Cup of boxing postponed
By Emmanuel B. Villaruel, The Philippine Star, 16 Jan 2007
Failing to complete a deal with the managers of World Boxing Organization (WBO) champions Daniel Ponce de Leon and Jhonny Gonzales, SGG Sports Promotions and its US counterpart, Golden Boy Promotions, have decided to reset the World Cup of Boxing featuring top fighters from the Philippines and Mexi Read Full Story >>>
An eagle's blurred vision
By Jingo Quijano, Sun.Star Cebu, 16 Jan 2007
HE doesn’t have the swagger and the punching power of a Manny Pacquiao, nor the ring savvy of Gerry Penalosa. Worse, he’s not as young as Rey “Boom Boom” Bautista anymore, and his technical decision loss to Rolly Matsushita last Saturday at the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan, Read Full Story >>>
IBF to review Sorolla fight tape
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 16 Jan 2007
International Boxing Federation (IBF) president Marian Muhammad isn’t turning her back on Marty Elorde’s appeal for a rematch between miniflyweight champion Muhammad Rachman and Filipino challenger Benjie Sorolla. At least, not yet.
Last Dec. 23, Rachman scored a seventh round techni Read Full Story >>>
Arum waiting for Pacman’s OK
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, Manila Standard Today, 16 Jan 2007
TOP Rank promoter Bob Arum said he is waiting for Filipino ring idol Manny Pacquiao’s decision regarding the planned fight with World Boxing Council featherweight champion In Jin Chi in Macau on April 28.
In an overseas telephone conversation with Viva Sports/Standard Today, Arum said he h Read Full Story >>>
CHI BRINGS MORE THAN JUST A CHIN TO PAC FIGHT
By Matthew Sanderson, TigerBoxing.com, 16 Jan 2007
Manny Pacquiao’s next opponent is likely to be Injin Chi, the rock hard Korean who has held the WBC featherweight crown twice in a wildly exciting career.
Although a rematch with Marco Antonio Barrera is one of the most anticipated fights around, Pacquiao-Barrera II has been put on hold un Read Full Story >>>
Arum Dispells Valero’s Statement; Not Looking to Buy Into Fighter; Macau Bracing Itself for Pacquiao v. Chi
By John Chavez, Boxing Confidential, 16 Jan 2007
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA – After a short but fruitful conversation with Mr. Bob Arum of Top Rank promotions, he dispelled Edwin Valero’s statements in the Venezuelan press.
Valero claimed that Arum, along with Shelly Finkel and Oscar De La Hoya, had contacted his promoter in Read Full Story >>>