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Marquez cries foul as Pacquiao wins split decision
By Associated Press, International Herald Tribune, Tue, 18 Mar 2008
LAS VEGAS : Nacho Beristain's frustration made sense. For the second time in 15 days, the venerated Mexican trainer's fighting Marquez brothers had lost a close decision in a scintillating fight - and it had to hurt. What didn't make sense to most observers at Juan Manuel Marquez's split-decision  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao open to third Marquez fight
By Abac Cordero, The Philippine Star, Tue, 18 Mar 2008
LOS ANGELES ? Manny Pacquiao, the new WBC superfeatherweight champion, is not closing the door on a third and final bout with Juan Manuel Marquez. ?If he wants we can fight 10 times more. Anyway, he?s older and I?m younger,? said Pacquiao the morning after a brutal fight, his right eye shut and s  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao plans a grand vacation
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, Tue, 18 Mar 2008
LOS ANGELES ? For now, Manny Pacquiao just wants to chill out and forget about boxing for a while. After all what happened over the weekend, Pacquiao is thinking of going on a grand vacation with his loved ones, let his wounds heal first before charting his next move. But believe it or not  Read Full Story >>>

David Diaz: Let Manny Pacquiao Fight Me June 28, Bloody Cuts And All!
By Michael Marley, Boxing Confidential, Tue, 18 Mar 2008
LAS VEGAS--He does not float like a butterfly. He stings like a moth. But no one can say that gritty WBC lightweight champ David Diaz, likely to be Manny Pacquaio?s next opponent, does not have a comedic touch. While all around him were snarling and scheming, Diaz kept it light at the postfight p  Read Full Story >>>

Food For Fistic Thought: WBC Has Power To Order Direct Marquez-Pacquiao
By Michael Marley, Boxing Confidential, Tue, 18 Mar 2008
Reluctant Bob Arum may not have the last say on this issue. The thought just struck me that the World Boxing Council has the power to order an immediate rematch between new super featherweight champ Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez. Will President Don Jose Sulaiman make such a move? Based o  Read Full Story >>>

Moving up means using bigger gloves
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, Tue, 18 Mar 2008
LAS VEGAS ? If and when newly crowned WBC superfeatherweight champion Manny Pacquiao invades the lightweight division, he?ll be mandated by the Nevada State Athletic Commission to wear 10-ounce gloves with the extra weight meant to lessen the impact of punches as a safety measure. In the superfea  Read Full Story >>>

Ariel Delgao Left No Room for Judging Controversy, Retains ABCO Super-Bantam Title by KO
By Epifanio M. Almeda, PhilBoxing.com, Tue, 18 Mar 2008

ABCO super-bantamweight champion Ariel Delgado successfully defended his title by knocking out challenger Howhaan Sitkopol of Thailand with a barrage of unanswered head and body power shots last Saturday, 15 March 2008,  
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Márquez no merecía perder
By Ernesto Castellanos, Esto en Linea, Tue, 18 Mar 2008
LAS VEGAS, Nevada .- Esta vez estoy convencido de que el jurado designado por la Comisión Atlética de Nevada emitió un veredicto desacertado, y el voto de dos de los tres jueces evitó que Juan Manuel Márquez lograra una clamorosa victoria sobre Manny Pacquiao, quien le impus  Read Full Story >>>

Great Trainers Bring Marquez-Pacquiao's Spicy Stew To Simmering Boil!
By Michael Marley, Boxing Confidential, Tue, 18 Mar 2008
LAS VEGAS--After 24, heated rounds, Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez are thisclose. But let?s not overlook the two underpaid guys who mapped out their respective battle plans, Nacho Beristain for the Mexican ringmaster and Coach Freddie Roach for the Pinoy idol. Marquez, 34, came into th  Read Full Story >>>

The Alden Chodash Show: Pacquiao Marquez aftermath!
FightFan.com, Tue, 18 Mar 2008
At 13 years old and weighing in at 95 lbs, Alden ?The Kid? Chodash may very well be the No. 1 pound-for-pound expert in all of boxing. Tune in weekly to catch Alden?s thoughts on the previous week?s match ups as well as his picks on upcoming fights. In this week?s episode, Alden looks back at the  Read Full Story >>>

Manny Pacquiao's lesson in legitimacy
By John Nery, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Tue, 18 Mar 2008
MANILA, Philippines--A crisis it isn't, but there is no denying the reality. A cloud of doubt hangs over boxing icon Manny Pacquiao's split-decision victory over Juan Manuel Marquez. Can Philippine politics learn anything from Pacquiao's legitimacy issue? A large fistful, actually, starting with   Read Full Story >>>

Marquez was a tough fighter, says Pacquiao
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, Tue, 18 Mar 2008
LOS ANGELES ? The nasty cut under his right eyebrow, bruises and other laceration tell the story of what happened Saturday night in Las Vegas. At least on two occasions during the action-packed 12-rounder, Manny Pacquiao was on the verge of being stopped by Mexican warrior Juan Manuel Marquez,  Read Full Story >>>

Will they do it again?
By Charles Raymond A. Maxey, Sun.Star Davao, Tue, 18 Mar 2008
AFTER Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez figured in brutal boxing for 24 rounds in two fights that left both fighters bloodied and bruised, there is a strong clamor for them to trade punches for a third fight. And now, the six million dollar question is this: "Will they do it again?" Richa  Read Full Story >>>

A call for sobriety
By Jingo Quijano, Sun.Star Cebu, Tue, 18 Mar 2008
BY NOW you must have been bombarded with arguments ad nauseam on which boxer deserved to win. Well, stop the quibbling already. The truth is, either boxer could have won that fight, and since the margins on the judges scorecards weren?t too wide, Pacquiao?s win wasn?t actually as scandalous as G  Read Full Story >>>

Pacman back in LA, reviews tape of rematch
By Abac Cordero, The Philippine Star, Tue, 18 Mar 2008
LOS ANGELES ? After spending the whole morning Sunday receiving guests, signing autographs and posing for pictures with his fans at his Mandalay Bay suite, Manny Pacquiao decided to head back to Los Angeles. ?There?s nothing to do here. I have no plans of playing in the casino ever again,? he sai  Read Full Story >>>

Still unfinished, business looks good for Pacquiao
By Mike T. Limpag, Sun.Star Cebu, Tue, 18 Mar 2008
WITH a split decision against Juan Manuel Marquez and a belt in a third division tucked under Manny Pacquiao?s belt, the Filipino icon now has a lot of choices to ponder in the next few weeks. One is another match with Marquez for a cool $6 million, a match that Sports Illustrated said would ans  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao targets fourth world title
By Eddie Alinea, The Manila Times, Tue, 18 Mar 2008
Joining the elite list of boxing immortals is what newly-crowned World Boxing Council super-bantamweight champion. Manny Pacquiao will try to accomplish now that he has already earned the distinction as the first Filipino and Asian to win world titles in three weight categories. Already a st  Read Full Story >>>

THE SUPER PACQUIAO BROS. STRIKE AGAIN
By Frances Martel, RingTalk.com, Tue, 18 Mar 2008
MANNY READY FOR SUPER FEATHER TAKEOVER Cambridge, MA- All in all it was a good weekend for those wacky super featherweight (130 lbs.) brothers from the Philippines. Older brother Manny Pacquiao (46-3-2, 35 KOs) secured the WBC championship belt by slipping through the hands of remarkably resili  Read Full Story >>>

"Pacman" contra David Díaz
By Ernesto Castellanos, Esto en Linea, Tue, 18 Mar 2008

No obstante los llamados para que le dé el desquite a Juan Manuel Márquez de manera inmediata, el "Pacman" Pacquiao tiene otros planes.

"Este negocio se terminó", declaró Pacq  
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Jonathan Davis, top boxing judge, speaks
By John Pages, Sun.Star Cebu, Tue, 18 Mar 2008
I HAD to call. I had to seek the opinion of this highly-esteemed Filipino boxing judge. And so yesterday, at 5 p.m., I called. Jonathan Davis, 58, first sat on that high chair beside the ring with pen and paper on hand in 2002. Since then, he has presided as judge over 400 fights. ?When Fla  Read Full Story >>>


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