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SIX TIME WORLD CHAMPION MAYWEATHER SUFFERS RIB INJURY IN TRAINING LAS VEGAS (June 14, 2009) - The highly anticipated July 18 fight between Floyd Mayweather and Juan Manuel Marquez has been postponed due to a rib injury  
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Rib injury prompts Mayweather to postpone July 18 comeback fight
By Chris Mannix, Sports Illustrated, Mon, 15 Jun 2009
ORLANDO -- Floyd Mayweather's highly anticipated return to boxing will have to wait a little while longer. On Sunday Mayweather announced that he would be postponing his July 18 welterweight showdown with Juan Manuel Marquez after suffering a rib injury in training camp. "I am extremely disappoin  Read Full Story >>>

Floyd Mayweather injures rib, Marquez fight postponed
Los Angeles Times, Mon, 15 Jun 2009

Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s long-awaited return to the ring will have to wait a bit longer after the six-time world boxing champion sustained a rib injury during practice last week, forcing the postponement   
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Miguel Cotto - Joshua Clottey Delivers And Divides
By Tim Starks, The Press Enterprise, Mon, 15 Jun 2009
You'll discover today wildly different impressions around the Internets of last night's very good and dramatic, if not great, welterweight fight between Miguel Cotto and Joshua Clottey. You'll find some calling the decision win for Cotto a "gift." You'll find some who agreed with the wide 116-111 s  Read Full Story >>>

Pinocchio Arum lies by calling Cotto-Pacquiao 'dead even'
By Michael Marley,, Mon, 15 Jun 2009
So Bob Arum lied. That is not exactly stop the presses news, a fight promoter telling a whopper. It?s about as newsworthy as birds flying or fish swimming. It?s them doing what they do best. ?He (Cotto) and Pacman is a dead even fight,? Arum said in the wake of Miguel Cotto?s split decision  Read Full Story >>>

Puerto Ricans deliver thunderous cheers for Manny Pacquiao
By Michael Marley,, Mon, 15 Jun 2009
He only flew about 17,000 miles to hear them but Manny Pacquiao got yet another confirmation that he is, indeed, boxing?s most popular practitioner Saturday night at Madison Square Garden. What with this Synday afternoon, being the day of days for New York?s huge Puerto Rican population, I hope a  Read Full Story >>>

Robberies and Scoring Fallacies
Bad Left Hook, Mon, 15 Jun 2009
What is a robbery in boxing? Here's a hint - it's not a decision that you merely disagree with. It's a decision that is impossible; that there's no reasonable way the judges could have scored the fight in favor of the fighter who actually won. So how is it that someone can determine whether a fig  Read Full Story >>>

Cotto escapes Clottey; runs his way to a possible Pacquiao mega-fight
By Dennis 'dSource' Guillermo, Event Ticket Report, Mon, 15 Jun 2009
Miguel Cotto sneaked, or should I say ran his way into a technical decision win over Joshua Clottey last night to retain his WBO welterweight belt at the Madison Square Garden in New York City. Cotto won by a slim margin as judges scored the fight 116-111,115-112 for Cotto, while Tom Miller had it 1  Read Full Story >>>

Greatness out of grasp: Clottey remains "B" side fighter
By Michael Marley,, Mon, 15 Jun 2009
Joshua Clottey will never fight Manny Pacquiao. And he will never fight other superstars such as Sugar Shane Mosley or Floyd Mayweather. That doesn?t make him a bum on the street. He proved his mettle even though he lost a split decision Saturday night to gritty Puerto Rican and WBO 147-pound cha  Read Full Story >>>

Salamat sa Boxing Writers ng America
By Manny Pacquiao,, Sun, 14 Jun 2009

NEW YORK?Magandang araw po sa inyong lahat, mga ginigiliw kong kababayan, fans at tagasubaybay. Sana ay nasa mabuti kayong kalagayan saan man kayo naroroon sa mundo. Matapos ang mahabang biyahe mula sa Pilipinas patungo  
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Pacquiao vs. Mayweather, and nothing else matters
By Ricardo Lois,, Sun, 14 Jun 2009
Much can be said about the split-decision Miguel Cotto won over Joshua Clottey on Saturday night, but I will give Cotto credit for his actions outside the ring following the fight. After his slim victory over Clottey, Miguel Cotto made no clear or evident challenge of Manny Pacquiao. There was no  Read Full Story >>>

Miguel Cotto survives Clottey in split decision, Pacquiao showdown looming
By Marv Dumon,, Sun, 14 Jun 2009
Miguel Cotto retained his WBO welterweight belt and improved to 34 wins and 1 loss in a tough and hotly contested fight with Ghana native Joshua Clottey, who dropped to 35 - 3. Manny Pacquiao, visibly seated at ringside with Top Rank promoter Bob Arum and wife Jinkee, watched with eyeful intent   Read Full Story >>>

Cotto retains WBO title with win over Clottey
By Associated Press, USA Today, Sun, 14 Jun 2009
NEW YORK ? Miguel Cotto gave thousands of his cheering fans exactly what they hoped for on the eve of the national Puerto Rican Day parade. Overcoming an early cut from an accidental headbutt and several brutal rounds from Joshua Clottey, the popular Cotto fought to a narrow split decision Saturd  Read Full Story >>>

By Ed de la Vega, DDS,, Sun, 14 Jun 2009

In most cases as the saying goes, ?the third time is a charm?. But tonight for Rodel Mayol it wasn?t so. Mayol traveled to the Madison Square Garden in New York to challenge the Puerto Rican whirlwind, Ivan Calderon. C  
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Calderon retains title via tech. decision
By Dan Rafael,, Sun, 14 Jun 2009
NEW YORK -- For the second consecutive fight, Puerto Rico's Ivan "Iron Boy" Calderon saw his bout end inside the distance. But it wasn't because the light-hitting Calderon scored a knockout. Instead, his junior flyweight defense against the Philippines' Rodel Mayol ended because an accidental hea  Read Full Story >>>

By Dong Secuya,, Sun, 14 Jun 2009
The world championship fight between WBO light flyweight defending champion Ivan Calderon of Puerto Rico and challenger Rodel Mayol of the Philippines ended in techncial draw moments ago at the Madison Square Garden in New York when the fight was stopped by the referee at 1:15 in the 6th round due t  Read Full Story >>>

By Ricky Ray Taylor,, Sun, 14 Jun 2009
On the undercard of the COTTO/CLOTTEY match up is a showdown whose outcome should be interesting to see. At 32 and 0, IVAN CALDERON is the KING of the Flyweights. This Puerto Rican phenom has held a portion of the WBO title for nearly a decade and has been skating through his opponents with grace   Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao may play Pinoy Idol Villa with Hatton as Wilde
By Michael Marley,, Sun, 14 Jun 2009
Hold the laughter because there might yet be a rematch between Manny Pacquiao and Ricky Hatton. If a pending, multimillion dollar proposal gathers steam, this rematch will be in reel life rather than real life. Pacquiao, the current Pinoy Idol of the ring, is going to soon review a proposal fo  Read Full Story >>>

Sacrificing for the country
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, Sun, 14 Jun 2009
It isn?t easy being Manny Pacquiao. The world?s No. 1 pound-for-pound fighter is like a magnet, attracting people from all walks of life, from everywhere, to bask in his air space. Right now, Pacquiao is money, power and glamor personified. He?s a legend in his own time and what he has become is   Read Full Story >>>

Mayol tries to end jinx
By Edri Aznar, Sun.Star Cebu, Sun, 14 Jun 2009
WILL Rodel Mayol find himself third time lucky or will his bad luck come in threes? Mayol will be gunning for his third world title attempt, this time against the undefeated Ivan Calderon for the World Boxing Organization light flyweight crown on Sunday at the historic Madison Square Garden in Ne  Read Full Story >>>

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