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Penalosa vs Guerrero? The rigodon continues...
By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 26 Apr 2006
Fight organizers are apparently trying their best to give fight fans their money's worth, as a new and more competitive opponent for Gerry Penalosa is being put into consideration after Tomas Rojas, who was earlier slated to face the former WBC champ, lost in his last fight just a few days ago. P  Read Full Story >>>

By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 26 Apr 2006
Just moments ago, undefeated Rodel Mayol underwent a WBC-mandated medical test at a local hospital in Tokyo, prior to his May 6 bout with WBC minimumweight champ Eagle Kyowa. Mayol was accompanied to the medical testing by trainer Brix Flores, and a staff of Yasuo Matsuoka, Mayol's manager. Ac  Read Full Story >>>

By Alex A. Paglumotan, GAB Commissioner,, 26 Apr 2006
The 1st ever GAB Philippine Annual Boxing Convention came to a successful conclusion last Saturday, April 22nd 2006 with some high praises coming from different boxing communities both from local and international attendees. "It was a global initiative and GAB should be commended for doing it", i  Read Full Story >>>

Suico set for Japan training!
By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 26 Apr 2006
World Boxing Council no. 10 lightweight Randy Suico of the Philippines is set to depart for Japan for May 4 for a two-week training in Tokyo as he prepares for his May 27 duel with Thailand's Pongpetch Chuwatana for the vacant OPBF lightweight title. The Suico-Chuwatana bout is tentatively schedu  Read Full Story >>>

Mayol eyes world title
By Nick Giongco, Tempo, 26 Apr 2006
While Manny Pacquiao is the toast of Philippine boxing, he does not hold a world crown nor does any Filipino boxer. There's Brian Viloria, who currently holds the World Boxing Council (WBC) light-flyweight title. Although he has endeared himself to Filipino fight fans, the Ilocos Sur-bred and  Read Full Story >>>

Czar, Denoy leave today for US card
By Rommel C. Manlosa, Sun.Star Cebu, 26 Apr 2006
World Boxing Organization Asia-Pacific super-featherweight champion Czar Amonsot of Tagbilaran City promised another solid performance when he goes up the ring for his second US fight on May 12 at the Orleans Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. Amonsot’s fellow Boholano fighter, Along D  Read Full Story >>>

Amonsot, Denoy tackle Latino foes in US fights
By Emmanuel B. Villaruel, The Freeman, 26 Apr 2006
ALA Stable standout Czar Amonsot and fellow Boholano Along Denoy will clash with Latino foes in their forthcoming US fights on May 12 at the Orleans Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. "We received today (yesterday) a confirmation from Guilty Promotions regarding the opponents of Czar Amonsot  Read Full Story >>>

Morales willing to ‘die’ to avenge loss
By Dennis Principe, The Manila Bulletin, 26 Apr 2006
THE camp of World Boxing Council (WBC) superfeatherweight champion Marco Antonio Barrera believes that Mexican idol Erik Morales is hell bent in getting his third fight with Filipino boxing marvel Manny Pacquiao, even if it means killing himself to make the 130-lb limit. In an overseas telephone   Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao leaning toward Baguio
By Bong Pedralvez, ABS-CBN News, 26 Apr 2006
One of Manny Pacquiao’s Filipino handlers on Tuesday confirmed that the fighter is inclined to train for his July 2 fight against Oscar Larios in Baguio City rather than in the United States as earlier planned. "Manny really wants to stay here and train in Baguio City because he believes he  Read Full Story >>>

By Pedro Fernandez,, 26 Apr 2006
AFTER A DECADE MAYWEATHER & BOB SPLIT UP! Las Vegas, NV-Floyd Mayweather Jr., billed by some as the best boxer in the world has ended a ten-year relationship with promoter Bob Arum. Appearing on “Ring Talk Radio” Sunday night, HBO’s Larry Merchant let the cat out of the bag. Wha  Read Full Story >>>

By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 25 Apr 2006 is conducting a real-time interview with World Boxing Council no. 1 minimumweight Rodel "Batang Mandaue" Mayol from his lairs in Tokyo, Japan where he is currently tapering off for his May 6 challenge of WBC champ Eagle Kyowa. Here's the full text of the interview: PHILBOXING.COM:   Read Full Story >>>

The Barrera Factor
By Ralph Gonzalez, The Sweet Science, 25 Apr 2006

Super featherweight champion Marco Antonio Barrera has been making formidable statements in the ring for nearly two decades and on May 20th against the very credible Ricardo “Rocky” Jua  
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Freitas targets Pac-Man punchfest
By Ant Evans,, 25 Apr 2006
"When Acelino Freitas knocks out Zahir Raheem this Saturday he is right back at the top and the first fight I'll wanna make is with Manny Pacquiao," - so says Freitas's promoter Art Pelullo. Cutting an animated figure, Pelullo admits he is particularly fond of Freitas, the Brazilian power-punche  Read Full Story >>>

By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 25 Apr 2006

Leon Panoncillo poses with GAB chairman Eric Buhain at the gala night of the recently-concluded GAB Annual Boxing Convention in Manila. -- Photo by Dong Secuya. World Boxing Organization Asia-Pacific chairm  
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All gab in GAB Convention
The Manila Bulletin, 25 Apr 2006
JUDGING FROM accounts of different sources at the 1st GAB Convention, our fears seem to have been justified (see The Scene Around, April 21). The issues we were hoping would be addressed with concrete plans and solutions never saw the light of day. However, most participants did come away impressed   Read Full Story >>>

Pacman wants to scrap US training
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 25 Apr 2006
Manny Pacquiao prefers bringing to the country a couple of Mexican sparring partners to prepare for the July 2 meeting with Oscar Larios instead of going to America for the first part of his training program. Pacquiao said he will ask his American handlers to allow him to just hold his train  Read Full Story >>>

Wilbur’s Boxing Notes: Pacquiao’s Busy Schedule
By Brian Wilbur,, 25 Apr 2006
Ahead 3-0 in the NBA playoffs, guard Tracy McGrady said in a post game press conference that, “it feels great to make it into the second round”. McGrady ended up losing that playoff series 4 games to 3. Looking ahead of your opponent, no matter how improbable that the upset seems, is bla  Read Full Story >>>

By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 24 Apr 2006
Undefeated World Boxing Council no. 1 minimumweight contender Rodel "Batang Mandaue" Mayol is set to spar with newly-crowned OPBF minimumweight kingpin Akira Yaegashi tomorrow in Tokyo, Japan. Mayol's camp, led by manager Yasuo Matsuoka and trainer Brix Flores, has tapped Yaegashi as the Filipino  Read Full Story >>>

Alag, Banal triumph in Corella, Bohol boxing
By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 24 Apr 2006
Three pro bouts and some amateur fights entertained the boxing fans of Corella, Bohol last Saturday when Sammy 'Don King' Gello-ani presented the "Bakbakan sa Corella" at the town's public market. According to GAB-Cagayan's Carlos Almirante, Cris Alag TKO'd Marlou Ednay at 2:54 of the sixth roun  Read Full Story >>>

What Fighters Could Learn from Rene Barrientos
By Epifanio M. Almeda,, 24 Apr 2006

“When my children who found job opportunities abroad asked me if I had the means to cover their transportation, I didn’t hesitate to answer yes to keep their minds off the problem I believed was mine to tackle”. S  
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