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Cut shortens fighter's debut
By Scott Linesburgh, RecordNet.com, 25 Sep 2005
STOCKTON -- Diosdado Gabi's had his visit to Stockton cut short, but he did leave town with the win. Gabi was cut over the right eye during his super-flyweight fight with Jose Alfredo Tirado on Friday, and the bout was stopped in the fourth round. The officials went to the scorecards, and Gabi wa  Read Full Story >>>

IN TELEFUTURA MAIN EVENT, SUICO BEATEN!
By Jason Aniel, RingTalk.com, 25 Sep 2005
SUICO DISAPPOINTS…AGAIN! Los Angeles, Ca- WBC ranked #4 at super featherweight, Randy Suico, he again failed to step up to the next level, as he was defeated handily over ten rounds by Javier Jauregui. The rugged Jauregui, he needed a win to stay upright, and to get it he came back to 130lb  Read Full Story >>>

When hands of stone aren’t enough
By Homer D. Sayson, Sun.Star Cebu, 25 Sep 2005
CHICAGO - Through the magic of television, Randy Suico’s fight at the Lyons Center inside the campus of the University of Southern California (USC) was beamed live in the comfort of my Windy City living room last night. Unfortunately, Telefutura carried the telecast and its play-by-play ex  Read Full Story >>>

Suico loses by majority decision; Gabi wins
By Homer D. Sayson, Sun.Star Cebu, 25 Sep 2005
CHICAGO – Randy Suico’s quest for stardom in the international stage suffered from a huge setback when the OPBF super-featherweight champion lost convincingly to veteran Javier Jauregui via 10-round majority decision last night at the Lyon Center in the University of Southern California   Read Full Story >>>

OPBF champ Suico crumbles in LA fight
By Emmanuel B. Villaruel, The Freeman, 25 Sep 2005
In what could be a crushing blow to his world championship bid, Cebuano hard-puncher Randy "Kumong Bato" Suico lost by majority decision to ex-IBF lightweight champion Javier "Chatito" Jauregui of Mexico over 10 heats yesterday at the USC Lyon Center in Los Angeles, California. In his report pos  Read Full Story >>>

Suico loses, But Gabi wins in US bouts
By Salven L. Lagumbay, SecondsOut.com, 25 Sep 2005
World Boxing Council no. 3 Randy "Komong Bato" Suico flubbed in his second fight in the United States, absorbing an upset majority decision loss at the hands of ex-IBF lightweight boss Javier "Chatito" Jauregui in their 10-round bout yesterday at the Lyon Center in Los Angeles. Reports from ring  Read Full Story >>>

PacMan, Wakee guest on Sportsworld tonight
By Glenn C. Michelena, Sun.Star Cebu, 25 Sep 2005
Ring gladiator Manny Pacquiao, arguably the most popular athlete in the country today, and boxing impresario Rex “Wakee” Salud are set to engage in a probing talkathon with Sportsworld’s wacky host Bobby Inoferio at 8 p.m. tonight on the Cebu Catholic Television Network-Channel 47.  Read Full Story >>>

Gabi’s debut night in US a success
By Dennis Principe, PhilBoxing.com, 24 Sep 2005
WORLD-rated Filipino boxer Diosdado ‘The Price” Gabi registered a victory in his American debut Friday night (Los Angeles Time), scoring a 4th round technical decision versus Mexican Jose Alfredo Tirado at the Stockton Civic Auditorium in Stockton, California. The fight was stopped i  Read Full Story >>>

Suico squanders chance to stardom
By Dennis Principe, PhilBoxing.com, 24 Sep 2005
BEING matched against patsy foes finally took its toll for Filipino boxer Randy Suico. The lanky 25-year-old Suico lost a 10-round majority decision Friday night (Los Angeles Time) to former world lightweight champion Javier Jauregui of Mexico at the USC Lyon Center in Los Angeles, California.   Read Full Story >>>

MANNY HEALS SICK CHILD
By Manny Piņol, PhilBoxing.com, 24 Sep 2005
People who attain success in life become bigger than what they are. Movie stars, singers, sports heroes and in some exceptional cases, even political figures, are idolized and imitated. Ala-Jordan, Ala-Nora, Ala-Ninoy. Everybody wants to be like their heroes. At some point in their popularit  Read Full Story >>>

GEJON, NIIDA MAKE WEIGHT!!
By Salven L. Lagumbay, PhilBoxing.com, 24 Sep 2005
Both WBA minimumweight champ Yutaka Niida of Japan and unbeaten Filipino challenger Eriberto "Yukka" Gejon tipped the scales at 104 lbs, a pound below the regulatory 105-lb limit, during official weigh-in held 30 minutes ago at the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan. This was bared by Gejon's manager   Read Full Story >>>

GABI WINS DEBUT FIGHT IN THE U.S.
By Dong Secuya, PhilBoxing.com, 24 Sep 2005
Diosdado Gabi won his first fight in the U.S. by a majority decision over his Mexican opponent Jose Alfredo Tirado in a referee-stopped contest at the Stockton Civic Auditorium in Stockton, California Friday night. Sources from ringside informed that the fight was stopped in the 4th round when   Read Full Story >>>

SUICO LOSES TO JAUREGUI!
By Dong Secuya, PhilBoxing.com, 24 Sep 2005
Randy Suico proved too slow against the sleek-moving and counter-punching former IBF lightweight champion Javier Jauregui of Mexico as he lost a majority decision in their 10-round encounter at the USC Lyon Center in Los Angeles. According to reports coming from Pacland members who were watchin  Read Full Story >>>

Suico battles ex-IBF champ in LA today
By Emmanuel B. Villaruel, The Freeman, 24 Sep 2005
OPBF super featherweight champion Randy "Kumong Bato" Suico will try to prove he has what it takes to become a world champion when the Cebuano hard-puncher battles ex-IBF lightweight titlist Javier Jauregui of Mexico today in the main event of a boxing show by Golden Boy Promotions at the USC Lyon C  Read Full Story >>>

Gabi makes US debut
By Charles Raymond A. Maxey, Sun.Star Davao, 24 Sep 2005
The time has come for Davao City's Diosdado "Prince" Gabi to show his real worth when he climbs the ring this morning (Manila time) to fight Jose Alfredo Tirado of Mexico in Stockton, California. This will be Gabi's US debut, his first major step towards a shot at the world crown since leaving b  Read Full Story >>>

Viloria celebrates in style
By Jannelle So, The Philippine Star, 24 Sep 2005
TARZANA, California — As if Brian Viloria’s recent win over Eric Ortiz for the World Boxing Council lightflyweight title wasn’t sweet enough, it was made even sweeter by Sugar Ray Leonard who awarded his championship belt in a victory party at the Caballero Country Club here Sunday  Read Full Story >>>

Gejon enjoys physical edge over WBA title foe
By Salven L. Lagumbay, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 24 Sep 2005
UNUSUALLY tall for a minimumweight, Filipino Eriberto “Yukka” Gejon will enjoy height and reach advantage when he guns for the World Boxing Association’s 105-lb title of Japan’s Yutaka Niida tomorrow in Yokohama. The undefeated, 5-foot-5 1/2 Gejon was nearly four inches ta  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao bares his secrets to P challenger
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 24 Sep 2005
TOKYO — Manny Pacquiao did not travel a total of 2,329 miles from General Santos City to Cebu and then here to see a Filipino boxer lose in a world title shot. Pacquiao flew a total of five hours to get here to support Eriberto Gejon in his quest to bring home the World Boxing Associatio  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao arrives in Japan!
By Joe Koizumi, FightNews.com, 24 Sep 2005
Sensational Filipino southpaw Manny 'Pacman' Pacquiao has arrived in Tokyo, Japan, this afternoon on Friday along with his business partner Rex Wakee Salud, whose boxer Eriberto Gejon will have a shot at the WBA 105-pound belt against Japanese defending champ Yutaka Niida on a twinbill promoted by A  Read Full Story >>>

GOLDEN BOY PROMOTIONS REMEMBERS LEAVANDER JOHNSON
PhilBoxing.com, 24 Sep 2005
LOS ANGELES, September 22 – It is with great sadness that Jesus Chavez and the Golden Boy Promotions family speaks on the passing of a courageous colleague and friend, former world lightweight champion Leavander Johnson. “All of my prayers are with Leavander Johnson and his family in   Read Full Story >>>


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