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Morales' time may be up
SGVTribune.com, Thu, 26 Jan 2006
Erik Morales has been in a lot of ring wars. And at 29, he is getting somewhat old for a man fighting in the lower weights.
After being stopped by Manny Pacquiao in the 10th round of a thriller Saturday at Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, Morales was taken to Valley Hospital for precautionary me Read Full Story >>>
Erik Morales confirma su presencia en Canc?n
BoxLatino.com, Thu, 26 Jan 2006
El tijuanense Erik Morales estar? presente en la Cena de Campeones programada en Canc?n del 28 al 31 del presente mes, en la cual recibir? un trofeo junto a grandes figuras del boxeo mundial.
El "Terrible" Read Full Story >>>
Filipino struggle for excellence
PIA Information Service, Thu, 26 Jan 2006
Baguio City (26 January) -- With the arrival of Manny Pacquiao and his visit to the Palace today, President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo again join the people's champ as they reiterate their call for unity among Filipinos. His triumph exemplifies the strong fighting spirit of the Filipino not just in the Read Full Story >>>
Manny Pacquiao breaks into the world's most searched name on the Internet!
By Dong Secuya, PhilBoxing.com, Thu, 26 Jan 2006
Jan 26, 2006 -- Search engine giant Yahoo! today announce that Manny Pacquiao has cracked into the top five most searched name in sports on the Yahoo! search engine.
Yahoo! prominently reported on its main page and with a picture Read Full Story >>>
Is Pacquiao Afraid of Facing the Best?
By Esteban Rodriguez, EastSideBoxing.com, Thu, 26 Jan 2006
Immediately following Pacquiao’s 10-round destruction of Erik Morales on Saturday night, speculation started on who would be Pacquiao’s next opponent. He expressed interest in either fighting Morales, once again, or Marc Read Full Story >>>
For lying, El Terible terribly mauled
By Recah Trinidad, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Thu, 26 Jan 2006
LOS ANGELES, California -- When Manny Pacquiao and trainer Freddie Roach did a duet in Las Vegas last week to admit mistakes, one grizzled boxing expert listened in amusement and great concern.
That listener was Larry Merchant, the familiar gray-haired figure left with the task of quietly debatin Read Full Story >>>
Greatness awaits Pacquiao
By Al S. Mendoza, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Thu, 26 Jan 2006
PEOPLE, especially our grizzled pundits that I love to be with mostly all these years (Rene Jose of RMN 558 is one of them of course), have started comparing Manny Pacquiao with Gabriel “Flash” Elorde. Pancho Villa, too.
I have seen glimpses of Elorde, the poor, shoeshine kid from Bog Read Full Story >>>
“Encuentro sa Pebrero” on Feb. 11 in Kidapawan
By Lito delos Reyes, PhilBoxing.com, Thu, 26 Jan 2006
DAVAO City --? Philippine Boxing Federation (PBF) No. 6 junior featherweight contender Rolan Estancia of Compostela Valley Province will fight former RP no. 1 Jaime Aserda of Bukidnon on Feb. 11 at 6 p.m. at the Kidapawan gym in Kidapawan City.
The Estancia-Aserda 10-rounder topbills the “E Read Full Story >>>
Boxing columnist running out of time?
By Matthew Aguilar, The Sweet Science, Thu, 26 Jan 2006
You can imagine the response when, on the day a certain Filipino fighter made the transition from good to great, a story appeared on The Sweet Science with the headline, "Manny Pacquiao running out of time."
The story went on and on about how Pacquiao had failed to live up to the promise of the Read Full Story >>>
Exclusive; Barrera Wants Seven More - Including Pacquiao
By James Blears, BoxinScene.com, Thu, 26 Jan 2006
WBC and IBF Super Featherweight Champ Marco Antonio Barrera wants seven more fights before finally hanging up his gloves, and one of them will definitely be a re-match against his Filipino nemesis magnificent Manny Pacquiao.
Mar Read Full Story >>>
Morales' Body Too Damaged for Heart to Overcome
By Dan Tomasino, RingsideReport.com, Thu, 26 Jan 2006
What we saw in Las Vegas on Saturday, January 21, was not simply a victory by Manny Pacquiao, though it was certainly that. It was an impressive, shocking performance, and an outcome which many predicted, but few expected. There is no prais Read Full Story >>>
Doghouse Boxing’s Pac-Man Top Pound for Pound List
By Alex Pierpaoli, DogHouseBoxing.com, Thu, 26 Jan 2006
After Manny Pacquiao’s knockout victory on Saturday night, it seemed like a good time to reassess the top dozen, or so, fighters in the sport. So without further adieu:
1. Floyd Mayweather Jr. - He is the most naturally talented fighter on this list and it’s that alone that keeps him Read Full Story >>>
Weekly thoughts on fights
By Mike Houser, Nevada Appeal, Thu, 26 Jan 2006
It's Wednesday, so it's time for some more pugilistic pontifications and prognostications:
xx-If there were ever any doubts about Manny Pacquiao being the most exciting fighter in the boxing world, he erased them on Saturday with a 10th-round knockout over Eric Morales.
Pacquiao now holds the Read Full Story >>>
Roach said it’s biggest win of his life
By Abac Cordero, The Philippine Star, Thu, 26 Jan 2006
LOS ANGELES — He described it as the best win of his life.
Almost three days after guiding Manny Pacquiao to victory over Erik Morales, American trainer Freddie Roach is still in cloud nine.
Roach, as usual, was busy running the Wild Card Gym, which he owns, Tuesday when he talked about Read Full Story >>>
A blessing for Manny
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, Thu, 26 Jan 2006
LAS VEGAS — Deeply-religious Manny Pacquiao bowed his head like a humble servant to the Lord as Fr. Marlon Beof of Palawan held both his hands in prayer in the dressing room immediately after alighting the ring from his sensational 10th round knockout win over Erik Morales at the Thomas and Ma Read Full Story >>>
People's champion arrives Friday; first stop, Palace
By Gil C. Cabacungan Jr., Philippine Daily Inquirer, Thu, 26 Jan 2006
AFTER DAZZLING President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo with his boxing prowess, Manny Pacquiao is making sure his main political patron gets to know his emerging talent -- singing.
Conrado "Dodie" Limcauco, Cabinet officer for presidential events, said Malaca?ang expected Pacquiao to give Ms Arroyo a c Read Full Story >>>
Barrera ducks Pacquiao, battles Chavez instead
By Salven L. Lagumbay, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Thu, 26 Jan 2006
MARCO Antonio Barrera, the first Mexican boxing great Manny Pacquiao humbled in 2003, has abandoned plans of meeting the champion Filipino fighter in the near future.
With Pacquiao’s masterful demolition last Saturday of Erik Morales still in everybody’s lips, Barrera announced yester Read Full Story >>>
A Manny Pacquiao Mea Culpa
The Sweet Science, Thu, 26 Jan 2006
As regards Manny Pacquiao, today our own Matt Aguilar - in Boxing columnist running out of time? - steps up with a mea culpa: Sometimes writers are so off the mark, it’s hard not to giggle at their ridiculous judgment. Sometimes, they’re so out-of-sync with reality, that it is almost imp Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao and Chandler Have a lot in Common
By "Bad" Brad Berkwitt, RingsideReport.com, Thu, 26 Jan 2006
In the early to mid 1980's, there was an exciting bantamweight champion on the scene named "Joltin'" Jeff Chandler. Chandler, a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, reigned as the WBA Bantamweight Champion from 1980-1984. During that time, when fights were still on ABC, NBC and CBS, he made many fa Read Full Story >>>
Plan, patience, perseverance won it for Pacquiao – Roach
By "Bad" Brad Berkwitt, The Manila Bulletin, Thu, 26 Jan 2006
LOS ANGELES — When Erik Morales crumbled to the canvas, no one in Manny Pacquiao’s corner was probably happier than trainer Freddie Roach, the man who has dedicated his life to make the Filipino reach his enormous boxing potential.
"The best win of my life," said the bespectacled Ro Read Full Story >>>