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Tim Austin sends a message to 'Pacman' and the TV Networks, Mon, 06 Feb 2006
Former IBF Bantamweight Champion and 1992 Olympic Bronze Medalist Tim Austin (27-1 -1, 24 KOs), who is currently ranked #8 in the January WBC ratings, is chomping at the bits to fight superstar Manny Pacquiao in spring in the Philippines. "Friday Night Pacquiao's trainer, Freddie Roach was quoted  Read Full Story >>>

By Jason Aniel,, Mon, 06 Feb 2006
24-7 NON-STOP PACMAN CELEBRATION CONTINUES San Francisco, CA-The party continues in the Philippines, and all over the Internet, over the success of icon Manny Pacquiao. It’s close to three weeks since Pacquiao extracted revenge over the granite chinned Erik Morales after losing their initia  Read Full Story >>>

Morales 'to fight Pacquiao again'
BBC Sport, Mon, 06 Feb 2006

Mexican boxing legend Erik Morales will exercise his right to a third bout with Manny Pacquiao, according to reports. Morales won a close decision over Philippine fighter Pacquiao in 2005, but was stopped f  
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By Salven L. Lagumbay,, Sun, 05 Feb 2006
Even without Manny Pacquiao, two Pinoy fighters proved they could stand on their own merits, defeating highly-fancied Japanese prospects hours ago in Nagoya, Japan. Oriental and Pacific Boxing Federation super-featherweight king Randy "Komong Bato" Suico lived up to his reputation as he bombed ou  Read Full Story >>>

By Salven L. Lagumbay,, Sun, 05 Feb 2006
Philippine bantam champ Michael Domingo successfully defended his title as he took the bejesus out of challenger Roger Galicia, stopping the latter at the 55-second mark of the ninth round Friday evening in Quezon City. Domingo downed Galicia in the ninth with a straight capped by a right hook,   Read Full Story >>>

Tu?acao and Suico to risk OPBF titles in Japan today
By Emmanuel B. Villaruel, The Freeman, Sun, 05 Feb 2006
Cebuano boxers Malcolm "Eagle Eye" Tu?acao and Randy "Kumong Bato" Suico, both from Mandaue City, are kicking to reap more honor and glory for the Philippines as they defend their Oriental and Pacific Boxing Federation belts against separate Japanese foes today at the International Conference Hall i  Read Full Story >>>

Gorres, Amonsot win in US
By Emmanuel B. Villaruel, The Freeman, Sun, 05 Feb 2006
The remarkable US invasion of the Filipino boxers continued with ALA Boxing Gym stalwarts Z "The Dream" Gorres and Czar Amonsot crushing their respective Mexican foes yesterday at the Orleans Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. The WBO ranked No.4 and IBF No.9 super flyweight contender Gorres   Read Full Story >>>

Z, Czar win vegas bouts
By Rommel C. Manlosa, Sun.Star Cebu, Sun, 05 Feb 2006
Z Gorres and Czar Amonsot won their respective fights over Mexican opponents in style yesterday in Las Vegas. Gorres rendered Jose Alfredo Tirado helpless in 10 rounds to score a unanimous decision win in his second US fight, while Amonsot took Cristian Favela to school following another lopside  Read Full Story >>>

The champion’s mother refused to let fate knock her out
By Aquiles Z. Zonio, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Sun, 05 Feb 2006

SHE has the fighting heart of a true champion, a trait that her son, boxing sensation Manny Pacquiao, apparently inherited. But while her son had to contend with setbacks in the boxing ring, Dionisia Dapigran Pacquiao has  
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Pacquiao: ‘Pinoy Cinderella Man’
Tempo, Sun, 05 Feb 2006
Everyone must be asking: With all those millions in his pocket, what will boxing sensation Manny Pacquiao do now? Remarkably, he has proven to be very astute with his finances. He has his money invested in a number of properties, and he has with him the toughest fund manager he can hope for: his gor  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao gets SMC jet
By Nick Giongco, Tempo, Sun, 05 Feb 2006
Don’t expect to see Manny Pacquiao in commercial flights anymore unless he is bound for the US or somewhere in a foreign land. San Miguel Corporation has given the go-signal the use of a Lear jet for Pacquiao’s domestic travels. "They don’t want me to take commercial   Read Full Story >>>

Manny prefers Manila for rubber match
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, Sun, 05 Feb 2006
Manny Pacquiao said yesterday he’ll fight Erik Morales in a rubber match "anytime, anywhere" but the three-time world boxing champion expressed a preference for Manila as the site because it would be a boost for the government, the economy and the Filipino people. Pacquiao is in General San  Read Full Story >>>

Morales exercises Pac-Man rematch clause
By Ant Evans,, Sun, 05 Feb 2006
Just two weeks after getting broken down inside 10 rounds by a rampant Manny Pacquiao, warrior Erik Morales has taken the bold decision to exercise his contractual right to fight the 'Pac-Man' for a third time. The rubber match will take place in September. Pacquiao went 1-1 in the dramatic, gri  Read Full Story >>>

Erik debe descansar solamente seis meses
By Omar Acosta,, Sun, 05 Feb 2006

Sin titubeos, el progenitor de Erik Morales sugiere que el ex campe?n del mundo tenga un descanso de seis meses y despu?s analice si continuar? en esta dura disciplina. "Me enter? que pretende descansar un a?o   
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?El ‘Terrible’ quiere m?s!
La Opinion, Sun, 05 Feb 2006
Erik "Terrible" Morales y Manny Pacquiao volver?n a verse las caras el pr?ximo 16 de septiembre en el estadio Sam Boyd de Las Vegas, se conoci? ayer extraoficialmente. Esta tercera cita estaba incluida en el contrato de la segunda donde el filipino noque? al mexicano en el d?cimo giro, y Top Ran  Read Full Story >>>

GenSan City dreams of boxing greats
By Aquiles Z. Zonio, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Sun, 05 Feb 2006
SINCE the 1970s, General Santos, the southern port city once known as Dadiangas, has been home to many boxing champions, the most popular among them two-time world champion and current World Boxing Council (WBC) super featherweight king Manny Pacquiao. Another is Rolando Navarrete, who ended the   Read Full Story >>>

Morales, ‘Pac Man’ set for No. 3
By Matthew Aguilar, El Paso Times, Sat, 04 Feb 2006
The last one might have been more one-sided than his fans would have liked, but Erik Morales is going to take one more swipe at Manny Pacquiao. The three-division champion from Tijuana will meet Pacquiao for a third time Sept. 16 — Dieciseis de Septiembre weekend — at Sam Boyd Stadium  Read Full Story >>>

By Jason Aniel,, Sat, 04 Feb 2006
GORRES STAY BUSY WITH POINTS WIN! Las Vegas, NV-Already scheduled to fight in the Philippines in March, super flyweight, "Z" Gorres, out boxed the rugged Jose Alfredo Tirado over ten rounds to prevail by unanimous decision. Trained by Freddie Roach, Gorres, 116 lbs., counterpunched his way to v  Read Full Story >>>

By Salven L. Lagumbay, , Sat, 04 Feb 2006
Both Oriental and Pacific Boxing Federation champs Randy Suico and Malcolm Tunacao easily made weight during official weigh-in moments ago in Nagoya, Japan for tomorrow's twinbill at Nagoya's International Conference Hall. "I am ready," declared Tunacao, the OPBF bantam king, after coming in at 1  Read Full Story >>>

Gorres, Amonsot win in Vegas!
By Salven L. Lagumbay,, Sat, 04 Feb 2006
Z "The Dream" Gorres conquered Jose Alfredo Tirado with a workman-like 10-round unanimous decision topbilling the Friday Nite Fights promoted by Guilty Boxing a few hours ago at the Orleans Hotel and Casino. Scores were 98-91 (twice) while the third judge had it 99-90 all for Gorres. In the ch  Read Full Story >>>

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