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Kenny Missed Some Openings, But Mayweather Didn't
By Frank Lotierzo, The Sweet Science, Thu, 28 May 2009
Floyd Mayweather Jr. is showing to be Ali-like in one sense since coming out of his scripted retirement. That is, he provides those who follow and love boxing plenty of content. It appears Mayweather may have created his own brand--in sparking debate among fans, fighters and writers as to just how g Read Full Story >>>
Shane Mosley to Floyd Mayweather: 'Quit running'
By Brian VanOchten, mlive.com, Thu, 28 May 2009
All of a sudden, everyone wants a piece of Floyd Mayweather.
The former pound-for-pound champion and Grand Rapids native emerged from retirement earlier this month to accept a fight against Juan Manuel Marquez of Mexico on July 18 at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. He claimed Marquez calling Read Full Story >>>
Mayweather,Tyson,Pacquiao,Mosley and more
By Vivek Wallace, 8countnews, Thu, 28 May 2009
Mayweather: Pound-for-Pound Answers Found....
Ok, I'm just gonna come out and say it for Floyd Mayweather jr. Everyone wants to know why he hasn't bothered to take on guys like Margarito, or Cotto, or perhaps even Williams? Is he scared? Not at all. Is he highly skeptical? Perhaps of some on Read Full Story >>>
Pacman joins 8-cock derby
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, Thu, 28 May 2009
Followers of boxing champ Manny Pacquiao get a chance to mingle with their idol in the upcoming "2009 SJC International 8-Cock Derby" at the San Juan Coliseum (June 1, 3, 6 and 8).
Pacquiao is among the 150 confirmed participants invited by SJC owner Rodolfo Pineda to take part in this gigant Read Full Story >>>
"THURSDAY BOXING" WEIGH-IN RESULTS
PhilBoxing.com, Wed, 27 May 2009
CEBU CITY--All main protagonists for tomorrow's "Thursday Boxing" at the New Cebu Coliseum easily made weight during official weigh-in held today at the GV Hotel in downtown Cebu.
WBO Asia Pacific chairman Leon Panoncillo and GAB Commissioner Angel Bautista were on hand to supervise the weigh-in. Read Full Story >>>
Manny Pacquiao's Next Fight Pencilled In For October 17th - Who Will Meet "Pac-Man" Next?
By James Slater, EastSideBoxing.com, Wed, 27 May 2009
As special as Manny Pacquiao's awesome KO of Ricky Hatton was back on May 2nd, the short and sweet - not to mention brutal - win left us all wanting more. It wasn't "Pac-Man's" fault he dispatched "The Hi Read Full Story >>>
CHAVEZ JR.?S DREAM FIGHT WITH PACQUIAO SHOULD STAY THAT WAY- JUST A DREAM.
By Ed de la Vega, DDS, PhilBoxing.com, Wed, 27 May 2009
Why would a guy who is a legitimate junior middleweight even harbor the dream of having a fight with Manny Pacquiao whose highest fight weight was less than 147lbs.?
It is simply absurd. There is just too much disparity in weight.
Case in point:- Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr.
Junior?s dream i Read Full Story >>>
The Long Road to Legacy
By Amilcar Barnett, SecondsOut.com, Wed, 27 May 2009
Boxers, even world champion boxers don?t often travel from Mexico to London to announce fights taking place in Las Vegas, but that is precisely what Juan Manuel ?Dinamita? (Dinamite) Marquez, the world lightweight champion did this week to announce his upcoming fight with the recently un-retired Flo Read Full Story >>>
Manny Pacquiao: Chronicling the past 10 years of boxing?s best (part 1)
By Dennis 'dSource' Guillermo, Examiner.com, Wed, 27 May 2009
Around 10 years ago in September of 1999, Manny Pacquiao was at a crossroads of his career. He had just lost his WBC flyweight belt to Medgoen Singsurat in Thailand after getting knocked out by a Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao embraced as ?hero of all Asia? by Thais
GMA News Online, Wed, 27 May 2009
MANILA, Philippines ? Thailand, site of Manny Pacquiao?s success and heartaches early in his career, embraced the Filipino ring superstar like their own and showered him with warm welcome and praise when he dropped by Monday.
The Bangkok Post reported that during his one-day promotional tour of T Read Full Story >>>
Manny Pacquiao Wants Floyd Mayweather, Jr. for His Next Fight
By Leo Reyes, Digital Journal, Wed, 27 May 2009
Popular Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao wants to fight Floyd Mayweather, Jr. if he wins over Juan Manuel Marquez in their fight scheduled for July 18th at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Pound-for-pound king Manny Pacquiao thinks that Floyd Mayweather, Jr. will emerge as winner over Juan Manuel M Read Full Story >>>
AGUELO SUCCESSFULLY DEFENDS PBF SUPERBANTAMWEIGHT TITLE IN MAASIN CITY
By Maloney L. Samaco, PhilBoxing.com, Wed, 27 May 2009
MAASIN CITY, SOUTHERN LEYTE - The reigning Philippine Boxing Federation superbantamweight champion Adonis Aguelo sent challenger Phil Angcamor to the canvas four times, enroute to a successful defense of his crown before thousa Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao And Hatton: The Aftermath
By Kenneth Placencia Ragpala, American Chronicle, Wed, 27 May 2009
So everybody knows that Pacquiao destroyed Hatton in two rounds, so I am not going to dwell on that. But what I will talk about is what?s next for both men.
A lot of people, including the self-confessed "best trainer of all time and not this time or that time" Floyd Mayweather, Sr., has called fo Read Full Story >>>
Manny Pacquiao can choose steak or lobster from July 19
By Michael Marley, Examiner.com, Wed, 27 May 2009
If he wanted to be petty, and I don?t mean race car driver Richard Petty, Manny Pacquiao would wait until Saturday, July 18, and then swoop down on Las Vegas.
Bob Arum could set up a midmorning press conference, grabbing all the media covering the evening?s Juan Manuel Marquez-Floyd Mayweather Jr Read Full Story >>>
Prayers, please: Mike Tyson's daughter clings to life
By Michael M. Malapitan, Examiner.com, Wed, 27 May 2009
No sarcasm. No jokes. Not today, at least not in this story.
Instead, I ask you to join me in prayers for Mike Tyson and his family.
The former heavyweight champion, who turns age 43 on June 30, is in Phoenix at the bedside of his four-year-old daughter, Exodus.
She is on life support Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao returns to site of first world title win
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, Wed, 27 May 2009
Manny Pacquiao traveled to a place on Monday where he first gained some sort of notoriety.
The Filipino fighter went on a whirlwind visit of Thailand to promote San Miguel Beer and some of its products in the Kingdom where he was warmly received by government officials and members of the media th Read Full Story >>>
Lightweight Lepers: Valero, Guzman, Campbell need divine help
By Michael Marley, Examiner.com, Wed, 27 May 2009
It would take the patience of a living saint to handle the stalled in mud careers of a trio of talented fighters in the lightweight-junior welterweight sphere.
There are the lowest caste, the ?untouchables? of the 135 and 140 pounders and despite their undeniable skill sets, they can?t even get a Read Full Story >>>
Manny Pacquiao not scheduled for 'The Superstars'
By Neil Best, NewsDay.com, Wed, 27 May 2009
Only four weeks until the latest iteration of "The Superstars" on ABC, this time sans Bob Seagren, Joe Frazier, Kyle Rote Jr. or even Jason Sehorn.
The format Read Full Story >>>
Manny and Mark square off
Baltimore Sun, Wed, 27 May 2009
Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva on Monday praised boxing superstar Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao for being an inspiration to children in Southeast Asia.
"He helps promote Asean?s reputation," the prime minister said after a meeting with the Filipino at Government House. "He is a good example for child Read Full Story >>>
Nate Campbell Talks Bradley, Pacquiao, Floyd, More
By Mark Vester, BoxingScene.com, Wed, 27 May 2009
Former undisputed lightweight champion Nate Campbell sat down with BoxingScene.com to discuss the current status of his promotional tug of war with former promoter Don King, his thoughts on trainer John David Jackson stating that Manny Pacquiao was avoiding African American fighters, a possible figh Read Full Story >>>