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Pacman gets a 10
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 22 Nov 2006
LOS ANGELES — It took Freddie Roach two days to finally grade Manny Pacquiao’s smashing performance over the weekend in Las Vegas. "Ten," Roach told the Bulletin on Monday night as he was having dinner at Nat’s Thai restaurant just a stone’s throw away from the Wild Card Boxing Club in Hollywo  Read Full Story >>>

Marquez takes circuitous path to prominence
By Thomas Gerbasi,, 22 Nov 2006

It takes a lot to silence a Mexican fight fan and cause his flag to waver ever so slightly. But that was the case after Manny Pacquiao sent one of Mexico's finest to the canvas three times in a highly anticip  
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By Dan Dan A. Bantugan, The Bohol Chronicle, 22 Nov 2006
After all had been said and done, Manny Pacquiao may now be considered as the greatest Filipino boxer of all times surpassing the likeness of a Flash Elorde, Rocky Marciano or a Pancho Villa and other Filipino boxing greats ahead of him. It’s no surprising therefore for the two leading boxing prom  Read Full Story >>>

Manny Pacquiao - A Sporting Icon, A Symbol of Success From Poverty, and a Country's Pride
By Roy Thomsitt, American Chronicle, 21 Nov 2006
I do not really like boxing as a sport. The only time I ever had any interest in boxing in England was when Cassius Clay (later Mohammed Ali) was on television. When I came to the Philippines 6 years ago, in 2000, I soon became aware of the popularity of boxing. Even so, I still had no interest.   Read Full Story >>>

Relentless Pacquiao Sends Warrior Morales on the Road to Retirement
By Kieran Mulvaney,, 21 Nov 2006
Erik Morales still had his warrior’s heart, almost to the very end. It kept beating inside him, driving him on, forcing him to battle in the trenches even as he had to fight to prevent the swarming foe in front of him from just running him over. And then, finally, even this great fighter  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao-Morales post-fight wrap up
By Carlos Arias,, 21 Nov 2006
Manny Pacquiao concluded his trilogy with Erik Morales in dominating fashion on Saturday night at Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, possibly sending the Mexican champion into retirement. The Filipino sensation knocked down Morales three times en route to a third-round knockout victory. It was  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao destroys Morales physically, Division Mentally
By Ryan Songalia,, 21 Nov 2006
It was supposed to be the fight of the year. The script was laid out like a miniature Rocky fight. Manny Pacquiao, Crown jewel of the South Pacific, and Erik "El Terrible" Morales to settle the score for supremacy in their epic trilogy. Morales won the first fight, only to have the tables turned in   Read Full Story >>>

Speedy Pacquiao delights Philippines, dominates Morales
By Associated Press, Houston Chronicle, 21 Nov 2006
LAS VEGAS — A quick, dynamic decision really shouldn't have been much of a surprise in Manny Pacquiao's third fight with Erik Morales. After all, Pacquiao never has been a man to waste time. The 27-year-old Filipino phenomenon seems to be blasted from a cannon in his fights, pounding away at h  Read Full Story >>>

By Ronnie Nathanielsz,, 21 Nov 2006
WBC founding secretary general and eminent lawyer Rudy Salud yesterday cautioned Filipino ring idol Manny Pacquiao to honor the contract he signed with Golden Boy some two months ago because there could be “big legal trouble” if Pacquiao considers himself a fighter of Top Rank promoter Bob Arum.   Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao Impressive In Destruction of Morales
By Geoffrey Ciani,, 21 Nov 2006

Manny Pacquiao easily destroyed Erik Morales in their highly anticipated rubber match this past Saturday night. It was a tremendous win for Pacquiao. That anyone could be capable of clobbering a fighter of Morales’s caliber with such   
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Macau fight eyed but contract hassle looms
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 21 Nov 2006
LAS VEGAS — Manny Pacquiao will fight in Macau in March or April 2007 under the Top Rank banner unless Oscar Dela Hoya’s Golden Boy Promotions (GBP) brings Pacquiao and Bob Arum to court for alleged contractual violations. Arum had announced over the weekend that Top Rank and Pacquiao’s MP Pro  Read Full Story >>>

At last, unity
By Cerge M. Remonde, The Manila Bulletin, 21 Nov 2006
ONCE again, we proved that we have it in us to unite as a people. Glued to our TV sets, cheering with strangers as the pay-per-view venue, cheering a slugfest in church, or simply listening to the crackling of the radio in the few rickety jeepneys that still plied the city routes, we set aside  Read Full Story >>>

Pacman to face another Morales
Manila Standard Today, 21 Nov 2006
MANNY Pacquiao knocked out Mexican ring icon Erik Morales on Sunday, but he will have to contend with yet another Morales when he planes home on Friday. In a press conference, Bureau of Customs Commissioner Napoleon Morales said that Pacquiao should pay the appropriate taxes for purchasing a bra  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao puts Morales behind him
By Ace Freeman,, 21 Nov 2006
Manny Pacquiao battered Eric Morales in their third historic encounter Saturday night, annihilating the Mexican legend in three rounds under the bright lights of Las Vegas Nevada. And with his second victory over Morales (both by stoppage) in three fights, Manny Pacquiao has now put the Eric Morales  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao Wins The Rubber Match
By Vanessa McConnell,, 21 Nov 2006

As 18,276 fans packed into the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, for what may turn to be the best fight of the year, as Super featherweights Erik Morales (48-5, 34 KO's) from Mexico and Manny Pacquiao (43-3-2, 34 KO's) from the   
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Inspired by Pacquiao
By Ed Picson, The Manila Bulletin, 21 Nov 2006
MY MONDAYS are pretty much routine. After breakfast, I prepare for my regular Monday morning radio program (‘The Scene Around", DZSR Sports Radio 918 kHz, 10:a.m. to 11:30 a.m.), make a few calls to confirm guest availabilities and scan the papers and internet for the topics I intend to discuss.   Read Full Story >>>

Pacman, Erik cross paths at Vegas casino
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 21 Nov 2006
LAS VEGAS — Less than 24 hours after trading punches, Manny Pacquiao and Erik Morales found themselves within punching range. But they did not exchange blows as what they had done the night before. They just swapped souvenirs. Pacquiao handed Morales a red jacket when they bumped into each o  Read Full Story >>>

Pacman will pay — Morales
By Angie Chui, The Manila Bulletin, 21 Nov 2006
"It doesn’t matter if he’s a sports hero. He must pay," Morales said before the local media yesterday during an impromptu press conference held at the Bureau of Customs Office of the Commissioner (OCOM). However, it was not Pacquiao’s rival Erik Morales who made the statement but Customs Commi  Read Full Story >>>

Parents engrossed in Pacquiao fight; toddler drowns
Sun.Star Davao, 21 Nov 2006
A TWO-year-old boy drowned in a deep well Sunday while his parents and the whole neighborhood were busy watching the Pacquiao-Morales fight. The victim was identified as John Alex Aguatani of Purok 14, Villafuerte Street in Calinan. Sun.Star Network Online round-by-round coverage of the Pacq  Read Full Story >>>

Need for a hero
By Frank Malilong, Sun.Star Cebu, 21 Nov 2006
WILL undergo a stress test before Dr. Ma. Rosan Trani today. It’s my second in three days. I think I passed my own fitness test during the Pacquiao-Morales “Grand Finale” last Sunday when I jumped from my seat and pumped my fists in the air after the Pacman’s killer left sent his Mexican opponent c  Read Full Story >>>

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