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Pacquiao has finally left for the U.S.
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 09 Jan 2005
BY THE time Manny Pacquiao reports for training at the Wild Card Boxing Club in Hollywood on Tuesday (Monday in the US), there would only be a little over 40 days to get him in razor-sharp form for the rematch with Juan Manuel Marquez set Feb. 26 in glitzy Las Vegas. A few days before he jumps in  Read Full Story >>>

Marquez tells Pacquiao to get ready for big war
By Emmanuel B. Villaruel, The Freeman, 09 Jan 2005
International Boxing Federation and World Boxing Association featherweight champion Juan Manuel Marquez of Mexico boldly declared that his second fight against Filipino ring star Manny Pacquiao will be a war. Marquez expressed doubts though on Pacquiao’s readiness to challenge him anew, prompting  Read Full Story >>>

Fans want to watch Pacquiao-Marquez
By Salven L. Lagumbay, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 08 Jan 2005
MEXICAN Juan Manuel Marquez, who is stalling on a contract for a rematch with Filipino sensation Manny Pacquiao over a purse dispute, may want to take heed. People around the world want to watch that fight. An online poll conducted by ESPN showed that the Feb. 26 rematch is considered by fans   Read Full Story >>>

Boxing’s big stories in 2004
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 08 Jan 2005
There were peaks and valleys in Philippine boxing last year. But whatever the news, it was consensus world featherweight champion Manny Pacquiao who hogged the spotlight as the country’s living symbol of hope. Pacquiao, 26, was in the headlines for anything he did or didn’t do. He took a trip to  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao, 11 others feted
Sun.Star Davao, 08 Jan 2005
ELEVEN outstanding athletes and sports personalities led by Ring Magazine People's Featherweight champion Manny Pacquiao were honored by the city government for their outstanding fete in 2004. Pacquiao was given P30,000 cash for his 4th round demolition of Thai boxer Fahsan 3K Battery while his   Read Full Story >>>

Marquez: Pacquiao is all talk
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, Manila Standard, 08 Jan 2005
World Boxing Association/International Boxing Federation featherweight champion Juan Manuel Marquez has had a hearty laugh over claims by Ring Magazine champion Manny Pacquiao that the fight would be like going up against a nightclub bouncer, saying “Manny’s talk means nothing. Backing it up in the   Read Full Story >>>

Marquez Wants No Excuses
By James Blears,, 07 Jan 2005
As rumors gather pace about a casual, even cavalier approach by Manny Pacquiao to the hard grind of training to peak fitness for the fight of his life, his impending opponent WBA and IBF Champion Juan Manuel Marquez says that any last minute injury excuse from an under prepared Manny wouldn’t cut mu  Read Full Story >>>

ESPN Poll: Pacquiao-Marquez rematch is front-runner
By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 07 Jan 2005
The somewhat cloudy prospect of the February 26 showdown between Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez yesterday took a positive turn following a credible on-line poll conducted by ESPN showed that the match-up is actually considered by fans across the globe as the most-anticipated bout in the earl  Read Full Story >>>

Barrera vs. Morales III claims title for best bout
By Dan Rafael, USA Today, 07 Jan 2005
Marco Antonio Barrera W12 Erik Morales: A raging, passionate personal hatred helped fuel the third, sizzling installment of one of the all-time great trilogies. Even the most hardened ringside observers could only watch in awe as Barrera and Morales went at each other with furious intent, harkening   Read Full Story >>>

BoxingScene's Best of 2004
By Rick Reeno,, 07 Jan 2005
The final votes for the best of 2004 are in and have been tallied up. The votes that were tallied for the winners in each individual category come from the whole team at The results will be broken down by category and there will be some commentary from various members of the BoxingS  Read Full Story >>>

New Year’s Belts: Out With The Alphabet Boys, And In With The Ring
By Jason Probst,, 07 Jan 2005
There’s a running joke between Big Rick Robertson and I about which prospects I can and can’t claim to have named as “sure things” and in my New Year’s resolutions for 2005, I promise to not jinx anybody. At least not until they’ve won a title and defended it a few times. Of course, by then, as  Read Full Story >>>

How about switching from “El Dinamita” to “El Terible?”
By Dominic Menor, ABS-CBN News, 07 Jan 2005
How about switching from “El Dinamita” to “El Terible?” If Juan Manuel Marquez continues to bog down negotiations in his rematch with Manny Pacquiao, Erik Morales, Marquez’s countryman, is a possible replacement. Murad Muhammad, Pacquiao’s US-based promoter, confirmed that a July showdown wi  Read Full Story >>>

Marquez Wants More Money Than Manny
By James Blears,, 07 Jan 2005
WBA and IBF Featherweight Champion Juan Manuel Marquez wants more money for his fight against Manny Pacquiao. The two are scheduled to meet in a rematch on February 26th in Las Vegas. But Marquez’s manager Ignacio “Nacho” Beristain is still insisting that Juan must get the lion’s share of the pu  Read Full Story >>>

Murad Confident Marquez Will Agree
By Ronnie Nathanielsz,, 07 Jan 2005
International promoter Murad Muhammad who is meeting with Top Rank officials headed by Bob Arum at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas says he is confident that WBA/IBF champion Juan Manuel Marquez will "come to his senses" and agree to a rematch with Ring Magazine featherweight champion Manny "Pac-Man" Pacq  Read Full Story >>>

Harrison targets move up to super-featherweight, 06 Jan 2005
Two-time WBO featherweight champion Scott Harrison has said he is ready to seek another title in another weight division providing he gets by Victor Polo later this month. The rock-hard Scot defends his belt against the contender on January 28 at the Braehead Arena, Glasgow and, assuming he wins, wa  Read Full Story >>>

Murad, Arum try to close deal in Las Vegas today
By Karl Freitag and Bill Luppert,, 06 Jan 2005
Promoter Murad Muhammad was in Las Vegas today, meeting with Top Rank to try to finalize the February 26 rematch between Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez. "It's not final," Muhammad told, "but we believe it's done. It looks like the 26th is going to go on." Murad added, "Bob [  Read Full Story >>>

Marquez Steps Up On Purse Demand
By Salven L. Lagumbay,, 05 Jan 2005
Still seething at the thought of getting yet another small slice of the pie, World Boxing Association and International Boxing Federation featherweight king Juan Manuel Marquez yesterday renewed his diatribe at the promoters of the fight, saying that the i's wont be dotted and the t's will never be   Read Full Story >>>

Barrera Leaves Door Open for Scott Harrison
By James Blears,, 05 Jan 2005
Scott Harrison has taken an absolutely crucial if not yet conclusive step towards securing a mega fight against Mexican phenomenon Marco Antonio Barrera. Barrera catapulted himself out of adversity and back into the limelight, with a spectacular points win over long-time rival, fellow Mexican and  Read Full Story >>>

Boxing's best of 2004
By Tim Graham,, 05 Jan 2005
Glen Johnson was workmanlike in overcoming both Roy Jones Jr. and Antonio Tarver. Fighter of the Year: Glen Johnson Johnson, previously known as a trial horse, became a superstar in 2004. The Jamaican light heavyweight entered the year having won only two of 11 bouts since 1999 and had never been  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao leaves Jan. 6 for Marquez fight
Sun.Star Davao, 05 Jan 2005

FILIPINO ring sensation Manny Pacquiao is set to leave tomorrow, Jan. 6, for Los Angeles to resume his rigid training at the Wild Card Gym of famous American trainer Freddie Roach. Pacquiao, the Ring Magazine   
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