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Ramos' Rants - Why We Should or Shouldn't Pay for PPV's
By Daniel Ramos, RingsideReport.com, 06 Jun 2006
Ever since the de-evolution of the highly controversial Mike Tyson, Pay Per View and Professional Boxing seem to go together as well as Ricardo Mayorga and his former WBC Title. My point is that PPV is getting harder and harder to sell to the boxing public, especially since the dominance of the heav Read Full Story >>>
BOBBY PACQUIAO BREAKS CAMP!
PhilBoxing.com, 05 Jun 2006
Bobby Pacquiao’s June 10, 2006 fight versus Kevin Kelley will be at the Madison Square Garden. The showdown is on the Pay-Per-View under card of Miguel Cotto vs. Paul Malignaggi.
Solar Sports will televise the fight Card in the Philippines on approximately a 30-minute delayed telecast.
Bobby P Read Full Story >>>
PACQUIAO-MORALES III MOVED TO NOVEMBER 18!
By G. Leon, BoxingTalk.com, 05 Jun 2006
Boxingtalk.com has been informed that the eagerly anticipated rubbermatch between boxing superstars Manny Pacquiao and Erik Morales has been pushed back from October 7 to November 18. Read Full Story >>>
Bobby Pacquiao: "Anything Can Happen"
By Ed de la Vega, DDS, PhilBoxing.com, 05 Jun 2006
On Saturday, June 10, 2006 at the fame Madison Square Garden, the home of the New York Knicks, our very own Bobby Pacquiao tangles with Kevin Kelley, a cunning veteran of more than 60 fights under his belt. Kelley, who now calls Las Read Full Story >>>
Veteran Mexican to test Boom-Boom’s mettle
By Rommel C. Manlosa, Sun.Star Cebu, 05 Jun 2006
A LOT of expectations lay on the lean shoulders of youthful Rey “Boom-Boom” Bautista. His July 2 match against Alejandro Felix Montiel, a 35-year-old Mexican slugger, will be his acid test. Montiel was one of the bright boxing prospects in his prime.
The Bautista-Montiel fight is in Read Full Story >>>
Top US lawyer eyed to defend Salud, pal
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 05 Jun 2006
AS SOON as it was revealed that the Filipino advisers of boxing star Manny Pacquiao – lawyer Ging Gacal and confidant Wakee Salud – were being sued by American handlers Shelly Finkel and lawyers Nicholas Khan and Keith Davidson, a helping hand was already being extended to them.
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Look who’s out to kayo Manny Pacquiao
By Recah Trinidad, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 05 Jun 2006
MANNY PACQUIAO is being robbed right in his own kitchen; our boxing hero is being cheated in his home turf.
Pacquiao could lose by hometown decision, not against Oscar Larios, because that fight is not bound to last the full 12 rounds.
Pacquiao is being cheated by his own manager, Shelly Finke Read Full Story >>>
Mayweather Sr.: 'My son would get hurt'
By David Mayo, The Grand Rapids Press, 05 Jun 2006
GRAND RAPIDS -- As Floyd Mayweather Jr. promotes music and comedy in his hometown, and Oscar De La Hoya sings and laughs in the Caribbean, another obstacle to their proposed fight has been removed.
Floyd Mayweather Sr., who trains De La Hoya and last month said he would not participate in any fi Read Full Story >>>
Minproba wants to promote regular boxing in Mindanao
By Lito delos Reyes, PhilBoxing.com, 04 Jun 2006
DAVAO City -- The Mindanao Professional Boxing Association (Minproba) will again soon hold regular boxing promotions to help bring back the sport alive in Mindanao.
During their meeting held recently here, four members including its president Vic A. Quiambao have pledged already to contribute a s Read Full Story >>>
Oscar predicts long reign for Boom Boom
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 04 Jun 2006
Even as rising star Rey (Boom Boom) Bautista is still not a world champion, legendary fighter Oscar de la Hoya says the ascent to the top is inevitable and predicts a long reign for the unbeaten Bohol teenager.
That’s the word from Bautista’s manager Tony Aldeguer who told The STAR y Read Full Story >>>
SHOBOX AT CHUMASH CASINO, DAWSON DOMINATES HARDING
By Ed de la Vega, DDS, PhilBoxing.com, 04 Jun 2006
I took the wife today for a leisurely drive to Santa Barbara County for a well-deserved Friday afternoon. wine tasting sojourn. The Santa Barbara wine country is just a good hour and a half from our residence. On the way, she d Read Full Story >>>
Masicampo leads Tagbilaran pugs in Mandaue tilt
By Rommel C. Manlosa, Sun.Star Cebu, 04 Jun 2006
Lightweight Glen Masicampo led Tagbilaran City’s winners in the SGG Promotions Gethsemane Boxing Challenge at the Gethsemane Parish Church grounds in Casuntingan, Mandaue City Friday evening.
Masicampo beat Jojo Ardano of Cagayan de Oro City by unanimous decision after eight heated rounds Read Full Story >>>
Bad Timing & Deja Vu
By Rico Navarro, The Freeman, 04 Jun 2006
Pacquiao confidant Rex "Wake" Salud and lawyer Franklin Gacal are being sued by Pacquiao's American managers!!!???
Is this another gimmick or PR move cooked up by the promoters of Manny Pacquiao? Or is this for real?
I wrote awhile back that there seems to be a well organized PR campaign for Read Full Story >>>
Masicampo triumphs in Weesam Express boxing!
By Salven L. Lagumbay, PhilBoxing.com, 03 Jun 2006
Tagbilaran City's Glen Masicampo prevailed on a unanimous decision verdict over Jojo Arnado of Cagayan De Oro City in the mainer of the Weesam Express- sponsored Gethsemane Boxing Challenge Friday night in Casuntingan, Mandaue City.
The win improved Masicampo's winning stretch to five wins since Read Full Story >>>
CASTILLO CAN’T MAKE WEIGHT, FIGHT OFF!
By Pedro Fernandez, RingTalk.com, 03 Jun 2006
CORRALES-CASTILLO IS “WEIGHT GATE #2”
Las Vegas, NV- If a Federal Grand Jury investigating Top Rank wasn’t enough, Bob Arum promotes Jose Luis Castillo. Weighing in at 140 lbs., for a 135 lb. title fight with Diego Corrales, this is the same scenario of last October when Casti Read Full Story >>>
Finkel files $7.5M suit vs Pacquiao handlers
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 03 Jun 2006
In what could be a ploy to pressure Manny Pacquiao into extending his contract, American manager Shelly Finkel filed a $7.5 Million suit in Los Angeles last Tuesday against lawyer Franklin Gacal and matchmaker Rex (Wakee) Salud.
Finkel’s contract to manage Pacquiao expires on Jan. 31 next Read Full Story >>>
Roach calls suit filed by US group untimely
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 03 Jun 2006
FREDDIE ROACH said the decision made by American boxing manager Shelly Finkel and lawyers Nicholas Khan and Keith Davidson to file a case against Manny Pacquiao’s Filipino advisers was ill-advised.
"Bad timing," Roach told the Bulletin yesterday after presiding over another Pacquiao work Read Full Story >>>
Tagbilaran hires Cuban trainer for its boxers
By Rommel C. Manlosa, Sun.Star Cebu, 03 Jun 2006
Tagbilaran City is really serious in improving its budding amateur boxing program.
The Tagbilaran City Government last week hired Cuban boxing coach Honorato Reyes Espinosa to train aspiring Boholano fighters.
The effort was done in cooperation with Bohol Gov. Erico Aumentado.
“Gov Read Full Story >>>
Abapo, Bahari vie for PABA title in Singapore
By Salven L. Lagumbay, PhilBoxing.com, 02 Jun 2006
Indonesian Daudy Bahari will defend his Pan-Asia Boxing Association (PABA) super-lightweight crown against Philippine national champ Bart Abapo in a 12-round showdown on June 15 at the ballroom of Swissotel The Stamford in Singapore.
At a special press conference held last Wednesday by the organ Read Full Story >>>
Boxing greats Frazier, Foreman coming
By Bong Pedralvez, The Manila Times, 02 Jun 2006
MUHAMMAD ALI. Joe Frazier. George Foreman.
The three boxing legends will share the spotlight in the “Mano-a-Mano” card headlined by Manny Pacquiao and Oscar Larios on July 2 at the Araneta Coliseum.
In a chance interview, a tourism official, who requested anonymity, said ABS-CBN Read Full Story >>>