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Freddie Roach goes old school in bid to bring back Pacquiao power. Find out what they did in training
By Gerry Ramos,, 19 Nov 2014
MACAU – Longing to see the old, destructive Manny Pacquiao, Freddie Roach went a little old school in training camp and adopted a practice long been abandoned by both fighter and trainer. Roach had Pacquiao do a lot of heavy bag workout this time in a bid to add more power to the punches of the w  Read Full Story >>>

Manny Pacquiao 'completely in the zone' to fight Chris Algieri after swapping gambling and wild lifestyle for God
By Jeff Powell, Daily Mail (UK), 19 Nov 2014
Manny Pacquiao used to come to Macau often. Not to fight but to play the tables in the casinos which rake in more revenue than their namesakes in Las Vegas. That was before he found politics, basketball and, most importantly, God. The only boxer ever to win world titles in eight weight divi  Read Full Story >>>

Nietes unsatisfied despite surpassing Elorde
By Nelson Beltran, The Philippine Star, 19 Nov 2014
MANILA, Philippines – Donnie “Ahas” Nietes wasn’t satisfied how he won over Mexican opponent Carlos Velarde Saturday in Cebu City, believing he could have knocked him out in the succeeding rounds and made a much bigger impact in securing a place in boxing history. “By ninth round, he would’ve bee  Read Full Story >>>

Who's The Champ vs. Who's The Best - Part II
By Jake Donovan,, 19 Nov 2014
The first part of this series examined the heavyweight division, the easiest riddle to solve at the moment. Wladimir Klitschko is the champ, the best heavyweight in the world, and not going anywhere anytime soon. So what about the other 16 weight classes in the sport? As the series will reveal  Read Full Story >>>

Floyd Mayweather -- Strippers Got $3,000 Each ... For Instagram Twerk-fest, 19 Nov 2014
Floyd Mayweather shelled out $30k to get 10 strippers into his hotel suite for a crazy Instagram twerk video ... and he handpicked the women from a popular L.A. strip club ... TMZ Sports has learned. The video blew up on social media Monday night when Floyd posted the 10-on-1 video to Instagram   Read Full Story >>>

Good-looking Algieri eyes Hollywood ending, but Pacman pal Penalosa says: 'Mag-artista na lang s'ya'
By Gerry Ramos,, 19 Nov 2014
MACAU – Tall and good looking, Chris Algieri shouldn’t be in the world of prizefighting. “Dapat mag-artista na lang siya,” said two-time world champion Gerry Penalosa of the good-looking, 5-foot-10 American who challenges World Boxing Organization (WBO) welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao on Sun  Read Full Story >>>

How Manny Pacquiao Could Lose to Chris Algieri
By Dennis Cruz, Boxing Buzz, 19 Nov 2014
By all rights and proper definitions, Chris Algieri doesn’t belong in the ring with eight-division world champ and Filipino icon, Manny Pacquiao, but that doesn’t mean that Algieri must absolutely, positively lose. Many “lesser” fighters have triumphed over their “superiors” due to unique stylistic   Read Full Story >>>

Algieri: I can beat Pacquiao, 19 Nov 2014
Few will envy the New Yorker's task as he attempts to upset the odds in Macau, China on Saturday, but it is not the first time he has been written off. In his last bout against feared puncher Ruslan Provodnikov he was the heavy underdog, despite an unbeaten record, and some expected him to be mer  Read Full Story >>>


Nov. 19, 2014, Macau, China --- Superstar Manny Pacquiao flexes during his final day of training on Wednesday of "Fight Week" as he prepares for his upcoming championship fight against New York's undefeated (20-0) WBO J  
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Which way to the world championship, please
By Recah Trinidad,, 19 Nov 2014

GOING by their preferred tools, the main protagonists in the Nov. 23 world welterweight boxing championship at The Venetian in Macau are out on two separate missions. Or, to put it bluntly, heading in two different direct  
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Julaton. Filipina boxers turned MMA fighters Ana Julaton and Jujeath Nagaowa are both set to show their wares on December at SM Arena. ONE FC’s May event in Manila earlier this year was a successful endeavour, as both   
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Prizefight Preview: Manny Pacquiao vs. Chris Algieri
By Patrick Cassidy,, 19 Nov 2014
A great champion is in exile. A great champion is suffering his lowest point of career relevance since he starched faded, former superstar Oscar De La Hoya into retirement back in 2008. A great champion is facing doubts about his age and condition from a cynical media as he prepares to face an unpro  Read Full Story >>>

Long Island’s Algieri relaxed, confident as Pacquiao fight nears
By George Willis, New York Post, 19 Nov 2014
MACAU — You can tell by the look on Chris Algieri’s face that it’s fight week. In a few days he will step into the ring to face eight-division champion Manny Pacquiao and have the chance to prove that he’s more than just a pretty face. Before his workout, Algieri, who still lives in his parents’ ba  Read Full Story >>>

Manny Pacquiao hints door still very much open for big fight with Floyd Mayweather
By Gerry Ramos,, 19 Nov 2014
MACAU – The boxing careers of Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather will always be intertwined with each other. Five days before he goes up the ring to fight unbeaten Chris Algieri, Pacquiao couldn't avoid being asked about finally making his long-awaited face-off with Mayweather a reality by 2015.  Read Full Story >>>

Manny Pacquiao v Chris Algieri: 10 reasons why we should be interested in the Filipino's opponent
By Gareth A Davies,, 19 Nov 2014
1. Chris Algieri, 30, is unbeaten in 20 fights. 2. Algieri holds the WBO light-welterweight world title, and has a 5 inch height and reach advantage over Manny Pacquiao. That advantage will be vitally important to his chances in this contest. 3. Algieri came off the canvas twice in the first round  Read Full Story >>>

Life with Floyd Mayweather: 'I was a battered woman'
By Martin Rogers, USA Today, 19 Nov 2014
VALENCIA, Calif. – A Floyd Mayweather fight generally goes something like this. For 12 rounds an out-matched opponent swings and flails and misses. And loses, always loses. Mayweather has never been knocked out, never knocked down, never beaten in 47 pro bouts. Yet as the twilight of his career c  Read Full Story >>>

Algieri trainer's fearless forecast: Pacquiao will lose in 10 rounds, 19 Nov 2014
MACAU — Chris Algieri's trainer made a forecast that was certainly fearless. A confident Tim Lane said Wednesday that his ward would stop Manny Pacquiao in the 10th round of their scheduled 12-round clash for the World Boxing Organization (WBO) welterweight title this Sunday at Cotai Arena insid  Read Full Story >>>

Six Obstacles To a Roman (Gonzalez) Empire
By Cliff Rold,, 19 Nov 2014
His knockout of Akira Yaegashi for the lineal (and WBC) flyweight honors in September confirmed for a broader audience what was apparent to hardcore fight followers for the past several years—Róman Gonzalez (40-0, 34 KOs) is one of the best fighters in the world. In any weight class. Now reign  Read Full Story >>>

Chris Algieri's promoter arguing to keep fighter's 140-pound title
By Lance Pugmire, Los Angeles Times, 19 Nov 2014
The promoter for Chris Algieri will meet later this week with the head of the World Boxing Organization to resolve the possible stripping of Algieri’s 140-pound world-title belt. Algieri promoter Joe DeGuardia said he’ll urge WBO President Paco Valcarcel to allow New York’s Algieri (20-0) to awai  Read Full Story >>>

Lomachenko vs. Piriyapinyo: Prediction and Analysis
By Ted Sares, The Boxing Tribune, 19 Nov 2014
On the Manny Pacquiao-Chris Algieri undercard November 15, Ukrainian Vasyl “Hi -Tech” Lomachenko (2-1) takes on Thai featherweight Chonlatarn Piriyapinyo (52-1) in what on paper should be a close fight given the Thai’s record. But don’t bet on it. For starters, Lomachenko, who possesses every ski  Read Full Story >>>

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