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ALA stalwarts in public sparring!
By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 17 Nov 2006
Three upcoming ALA stalwarts will showcase their wares in a sparring preview this Saturday, November 18, 2006, 5 pm, at the ALA Fight Club, Banilad Town Center. Philippine No. 1 Miniflyweight Donnie ‘Ahas’ Nietes together with Along Denoy and Milan ‘Melinyo’ Melindo will trade mitts in an open-t  Read Full Story >>>

By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 17 Nov 2006

LAS VEGAS--The final press conference was held just moments ago at the Cox Concourse of the Thomas and Mack Center's Cox Pavilion here, with a record number of foreign and American mediamen in attendance. Promoter Bob Aru  
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Pacquiao-Morales poised to join all-time great trilogies
By Kieran Mulvaney,, 17 Nov 2006

When Erik Morales (48-4, 34 KOs) and Manny Pacquiao (42-3-2, 32 KOs) lock horns at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas on Saturday, they will be looking to add an explosive finale to their own chapter in boxing h  
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Brian Viloria/Omar Nino Romero Rematch This Saturday
By Jacqui Snow,, 17 Nov 2006
It was supposed to be an easy victory for hard-hitting Brian Viloria (19-1, 12 KOs), who was defending his WBC Junior Flyweight title against Omar Nino Romero on August 10th. Instead, the popular Hawaiian-born fighter, whose sensational first-punch knockout of Eric Ortiz (24-4-1, 16 KO's) on the und  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao still has plenty to prove
By Matt Wells,, 17 Nov 2006
In his religiously divided native country, Filipino Manny Pacquiao just may be bigger than Jesus and Allah combined. Yet what are those of us who have not made him into a false idol to make of the young phenom? The answer to that question may not yet be certain. With his third fight against Erik  Read Full Story >>>

Bobby overweight, stripped of title
By Abac Cordero, The Philippine Star, 17 Nov 2006
LAS VEGAS — Bobby Pacquiao lost his WBC Continental Americas super-featherweight crown without taking a punch. The 26-year-old brother of ring sensation Manny Pacquiao weighed in Wednesday afternoon three pounds over the 130-lb limit, and was automatically stripped of the title. Bobby will s  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao & Morales both seek important victory
By Franklin McNeil,, 17 Nov 2006
For the third time in a little less than two years, super featherweights Manny Pacquiao and Erik Morales will meet in the ring. But there’s much more at stake Saturday night (HBO pay-per-view) than in their previous encounters. Pacquiao and Morales will fight for their pay-per-view lives at Th  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao-Morales: Deja Three
By Shawn Krest,, 17 Nov 2006
Anyone that’s watched television lately has seen ads for a show debuting this week. Amid scenes of action and carnage, an announcer asks, “What if you had to relive one day over and over again?” The show is called “Daybreak,” and, hard as it may be for boxing fans to believe, it has nothing to  Read Full Story >>>

Pa’s return a mistake for Erik?
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 17 Nov 2006
When Erik Morales faced Manny Pacquiao in their Las Vegas rematch last January, the Mexican showed up without father Jose in his corner. For the first time in his career, Morales entered the ring without his father who was sidelined on the advice of promoter Fernando Beltran and matchmaker Bruce  Read Full Story >>>

Roach broadside irks Morales
By Abac Cordero, The Philippine Star, 17 Nov 2006
LAS VEGAS — The word war continues between Erik Morales, the boxer, and Freddie Roach, the trainer. Just three days before the fight of the year, Morales unleashed a flurry against Manny Pacquiao’s trainer who said the other day that the Mexican would need a lot of luck just to keep up with the   Read Full Story >>>

Boxing's simple formula
By Matt Maxson, The Rebel Yell, 17 Nov 2006
When Manny Pacquiao (42-3-2, 33 KO's) steps into the ring with Erik Morales (48-4-0, 34 KO's) on Saturday at the Thomas & Mack, both fighters will be in for the rubber match of their lives. The stage is set for the grand finale of a long heated rivalry, with previous matches turning into unpreced  Read Full Story >>>

ATE: Morales v Pac-Man, DLH v Mayweather and more, 17 Nov 2006
MORALES MORE RESPECTED THAN BARRERA First Name : Duma Last Name : Msongelwa Country : South Africa Your Question : Do you think Eric Morales has gained the same respect in the boxing world that a guy like Barrera has? I am a big El Terrible fan, I believe he is a better boxer than Barrera and   Read Full Story >>>

Roach says Barrera rematch can wait
By Abac Cordero, The Philippine Star, 17 Nov 2006
LAS VEGAS — Whatever happens Saturday, whether or not Manny Pacquiao beats Erik Morales, the Filipino slugger should take a little more time to rest before preparing for his next fight. That’s according to Pacquiao’s trainer Freddie Roach. A few weeks back, the World Boxing Council ordered M  Read Full Story >>>

Grand Finale: Pacquiao-Morales 3
By Edwin G. Espejo, Sun.Star General Santos, 17 Nov 2006
IT IS validation and redemption time once more this Sunday morning when our very own boxing idol Manny Pacquiao climbs the ring to face Mexican ring warrior Erik Morales for the third, and perhaps final time. The two square ring gladiators are slated to face each other for 12 rounds at the MGM G  Read Full Story >>>

The moment of truth
By Homer D. Sayson, Sun.Star Cebu, 17 Nov 2006
LOS ANGELES- After months of anticipation, the Grand Finale, aka Pacquiao-Morales III, is finally near. “Dalawang tulog na lang” as Jollibee loyalists would say. And while I still have to make my way back to Las Vegas, in time for today’s final press conference, the questions kept coming. With a  Read Full Story >>>

Gift of glory
Manila Standard Today, 17 Nov 2006
RONNIE Alcano’s triumphant run in the World Pool Championships once again proved the Filipino’s indomitable spirit and world-class skills. Life, they say, is sometimes stranger than fiction. Here was a man who secured the very last seat to the knockout Round of 64 of the WPC emerging ahead of ev  Read Full Story >>>

Morales confident of victory
Sun.Star Davao, 17 Nov 2006
ERIK Morales will enter the ring on November 18 against Manny Pacquiao as the awful underdog, but the Mexican warrior isn't worried a bit at all. Morales said he does not mind what observers or the so-called boxing analysts would say as long as he knows only one thing and that is to come out vic  Read Full Story >>>

End of The Line for ‘El Terrible
By Calvin Watkins,, 16 Nov 2006

Maybe the decline started in 2000, when Erik Morales won a split decision over Marco Antonio Barrera. Maybe. Or maybe he was just ‘okay’. But after years of grueling fights, trying to make weight, and moving up and down wei  
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Velocity key to Morales revival
By Robert Morales, Press Telegram, 16 Nov 2006
Erik Morales, up until two years ago, was sailing along in fine fashion. He was 47-1 with 34 knockouts, winner of world titles in three weight classes and a resident in everyone's top 10 pound-for-pound poll. In some, he was in the top 5. He has gone 1-3 since and is no longer considered a top 1  Read Full Story >>>

Erik Morales - Starving to Fight
By TK Stewart,, 16 Nov 2006
Try going several hours without eating. Then try going half the day. The hunger pangs will set in. Then try an entire day. The floor begins to feel shaky and you feel unsteady on your feet. Then try two days or three days. Hallucinations begin to infiltrate your mind and it’s a struggle just to rise  Read Full Story >>>

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