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Pacquiao stops Navarro in bizarre outing
By German Villasenor,, 18 Jun 2005
In the ESPN2 main event at the Table Mountain Casino in Friant, California tonight, Bobby Pacquiao (25-11-3, 11 KOs) stopped Carlos Navarro (26-4-1, 21 KOs) in seven rounds. Pacquiao slid and slipped in the first round, and so did Navarro, who actually slipped to the canvas, showing that it was a  Read Full Story >>>

Bobby Pacquiao Shows Heart, Spunk in Win Vs. Navarro
By Winchell Campos,, 18 Jun 2005
FRIANT, CA—His surname uniquely synonymous to heart, spunk and a never-say-die attitude, Bobby Pacquiao made a name for himself by knocking out pre-fight favorite Carlos Navarro in the seventh round Friday in the ESPN2 Friday Night main event at the Table Mountain Casino here. Pacquiao, th  Read Full Story >>>

By Dong Secuya,, 18 Jun 2005
Carlos Navarro quit in the 7th round after suffering two knockdowns at the hands of Bobby Pacquiao. In the earlier round, Bobby was deducted a point by the referee for a low blow when Navarro dropped to his knee but the crowd reacted by booing the decision. A TV replay showed that Navarro got hit   Read Full Story >>>

By Kenny Perrault,, 18 Jun 2005
Recently I wrote an article titled 'What's next for Manny Pacquiao?' A poll was set up along with the article, which included new and old foes of Manny Pacquiao. The poll included Erik Morales, Marco Antonio Barrera, Juan Manuel Marquez, Robbie Peden, Jorge Barrios, Jesus Chavez, Vicente Mosquera, a  Read Full Story >>>

Look in the mirror, Manny
The Manila Times, 18 Jun 2005
Now that a trial date has been set for Manny Pacquiao’s lawsuit against his estranged American promoter, Murad Muhammad, it’s time he pondered how far his boxing career will go with the new group of people around him. The progress of Pacquiao’s career will certainly hinge on th  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao challenges Navarro in California
By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 18 Jun 2005
Philippine super-featherweight champion Bobby Pacquiao goes into his biggest fight to date as he vies for the WBC Continental Americas super-featherweight title today(June 17) against reigning champ Carlos Navarro in a 12-round showdown at the Table Mountain Casino in Friant, California. This wi  Read Full Story >>>

Manny Pacquiao and Other Boxers are Truly Involved in a Brutal Sport
By Arnel Paciano D. Casanova,, 17 Jun 2005
For those who have been avid fans of Kostya Tszyu, the seeing him fail to answer the bell for the last round of a close fight with Ricky Hatton would have been unbelievable or bizarre. Worse, it appeared that he was leading at the time he quit. Indeed, for one who has seen how durable, ferocious and  Read Full Story >>>

Cebu office disputes GAB
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, Manila Standard Today, 17 Jun 2005
Games and Amusements Board boxing division chief Noli Flores’ attempt to put the blame on the GAB’s regional office in Cebu City for the blunder in allowing flyweight Roberto Rubillar to fight within the 45-day ban following a seventh-round TKO loss to Bert Batawang last April 30, is bei  Read Full Story >>>

Mayol's Future Assured
By Ronnie Nathanielsz,, 16 Jun 2005
Oriental Pacific Boxing Federation minimum weight champion and WBC No. 1 ranked Rodel Mayol is expected to leave for Japan along with former world flyweight champion Malcom Tunacao next week after signing up with respected Japanese businessman and boxing enthusiast Yasuo Matsuoka who runs a gym in T  Read Full Story >>>

Navarro ready for Pacquiao test, 16 Jun 2005
Carlos Navarro defends his WBC Continental Americas super-featheweight title against Bobby Pacquiao at the Table Mountain Casino in Friant, California on ESPN2's Friday Night Fights Show(June 17). The 28 year-old southpaw is riding high since an 11th round stoppage win over Agapito Sanchez last   Read Full Story >>>

Aldeguer welcomes Koncz to ALA Boxing Club family
By Emmanuel B. Villaruel, The Freeman, 16 Jun 2005
Enamored by his sincerity and enthusiasm to help promising Filipino fighters fight in the United States, Cebu boxing patron Antonio “Bidoy” L. Aldeguer announced that he has accepted the proposal of American impresario Michael Koncz to serve as business manager of WBO Asia-Pacific bantam  Read Full Story >>>

Asian Boxing Council to probe RP scandal
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, Manila Standard Today, 16 Jun 2005
The good name of the Philippines in international boxing has once again been tarnished by another scandal involving an impostor, forcing the Asian Boxing Council to undertake an investigation into the incident. Initial findings based on a videotape of the fight showed that retired boxer Joel Avi  Read Full Story >>>

Matsuoka signs up Mayol, Tunacao!
By Nick Giongco,, 16 Jun 2005
Yasuo Matsuoka, a Japanese boxing aficionado, has signed up world title prospect Rodel Mayol and ex-WBC fly titlist Malcolm Tunacao. Shortly after the signing, Matsuoka, a frequent Manila visitor, vowed to guide Mayol, an unbeaten minimumweight from Cebu, to the world title in early 2006 or middle o  Read Full Story >>>

Navarro-Pacquiao Press Conference Quotes, 15 Jun 2005
Carlos Navarro (26-3-1, 21 KOs) will defend his WBC Continental America’s 130-pound title against Philippine junior lightweight titleholder Bobby Pacquiao, the younger brother of superstar Manny Pacquiao, in the main event Friday on ESPN2 at the Table Mountain Casino in Friant, Calif. The casi  Read Full Story >>>

By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 15 Jun 2005
KONCZ IS BAUTISTA'S NEW AMERICAN REP Salven L. Lagumbay In his bid to gain more acceptance among American fight fans, reigning WBO Asia Pacific bantamweight king Rey "Boom Boom" Bautista has tapped the services of the California-based Michael Koncz to be his US agent/representative. Bautist  Read Full Story >>>

By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 15 Jun 2005
Viva, Bautista! OPENING ROUND. Japanese boxing manager Yasuo Matsuoka, in an interview the other day, revealed that he is definitely quite stressed out for having two of the most popular fighters under him. The likeable Matsuoka said he might not be able to live up to people's expectations. "Dah  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao to Fight for Truth, Justice and Principle
By Winchell Campos,, 14 Jun 2005
LOS ANGELES—Filipino boxing star Manny Pacquiao took the 8 a.m. flight to New York Monday after a brief stop here Sunday night hoping to see American justice at work first-hand and that he retrieves several millions from ex-promoter Murad Muhammad in a $33 million lawsuit. Pacquiao, who ma  Read Full Story >>>

Janiola stops Escaner in 2nd round
By Salven L. Lagumbay, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 14 Jun 2005
IBF JUNIOR flyweight mandatory challenger Wyndel Janiola knocked out Ricky Escaner with a punch to the jaw at the 1:33 mark of the second round of a scheduled 10-rounder headlining the Independence Day "Showdown sa Liloan" card last Sunday in Liloan, Cebu. Janiola thus boosted his chances for a crac  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao still among world's best boxers
Sun.Star Davao, 14 Jun 2005
MANNY Pacquiao of the Philippines is still among the world's best boxers despite his loss to Erik Morales and the controversies surrounding his career. In the latest rankings released by Ring Magazine on the best pound-for-pound fighters, Pacquiao is ranked Number 6 in the list, ahead of fellow   Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao leaves for US trial
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 14 Jun 2005
Manny Pacquiao quietly left town Sunday night to fly to Los Angeles enroute to New York where he will attend the trial for his case against New Jersey promoter Murad Muhammad starting June 20. Pacquiao was accompanied by Joe Ramos, a Filipino friend who lives in Los Angeles. They will stay in Lo  Read Full Story >>>

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