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Pacquiao admits he lost ?laterally?
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, Thu, 07 Apr 2005
ASIDE FROM the distractions from his autograph-seeking fans and a pack of hangers-on, the other reason why Manny Pacquiao lost to Erik Morales was his inability to keep up with the fighting style of his crafty Mexican foe.
He admitted yesterday that his lack of lateral movement did him in. "Mara Read Full Story >>>
Murad fires back at Pacquiao
The Daily Tribune, Thu, 07 Apr 2005
Boxing promoter Murad Muhammad called Manny Pacquiao an ?ingrate, backstabber and a coward? but did not explain why the Filipino fighter could not get his supposed 40 percent pay-per-view share from his recent fight against Mexican Erik Morales in Las Vegas.
The Muhammad open letter to mannypacqu Read Full Story >>>
Barrera Marks Time
By Kieran Mulvaney, TigerBoxing.com, Thu, 07 Apr 2005
The last time we saw Marco Antonio Barrera in the ring, he was besting arch-rival Erik Morales in what was not only the consensus 2004 Fight of the Year, but inarguably one of the greatest prizefights ever witnessed.
Incredibly, Morales rebounded from that by taking on Manny Pacquiao, who had be Read Full Story >>>
PROMOTER MURAD SURPRISED SOME OF YOU?
By Pedro Fernandez, RingTalk.com, Wed, 06 Apr 2005
Did you really think that Manny Pacquiao was really going to get a fair share of his earnings with Murad Muhammad involved? For those of you aghast because Murad reportedly made more than the fighter, I guess you can?t visualize Murad. Visualizing Murad? Now, I need a ?time out.? I have felt in Read Full Story >>>
Murad Muhammad responds!
By Karl Freitag, FightNews.com, Wed, 06 Apr 2005
Promoter Murad Muhammad has reponded to allegations of wrongdoing made in the Filipino press regarding the recent fight between Manny Pacquiao and Erik Morales. With Murad Muhammad, Q&As tend to be about 99% A, but read on because Mu Read Full Story >>>
‘We need an Ali Act’
Manila Times, Wed, 06 Apr 2005
UNDER the Muhammad Ali Boxing Reform Act in the United States, chances are great for Manny Pacquiao getting what he’s due from the pay-per-view shares earned in his recent fight with Erik Morales.
It is also the fervent hope of well-known boxing personality Hermie Rivera that a law of t Read Full Story >>>
Gabi takes on Barcelona in Davao non-title fight
By Rico Biliran, MindaNews, Wed, 06 Apr 2005
DAVAO CITY -- World-rated flyweight Diosdado Gabi will take on Philippine rated Eric Barcelona in a 10-round non-title fight on April 10 at the Almendras gym in this city according to Gabi’s manager Soc Pi?ol.
The fight was originally set for April 9 in Bohol but the proposed organizers be Read Full Story >>>
NATHANIELSZ RESPONDS TO PACLANDERS
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, mannypacquiao.ph, Wed, 06 Apr 2005
THE KIND OF VICIOUS LIES, LIBELOUS STATEMENTS AND RACIAL SLURS THAT CONTINUE TO COME OUT ON YOUR SITE AMAZES ME. EVEN SUCH A REVERED AND RESPECTED JOURNALIST OF REMARKABLE CLASS LIKE TEDDY BENIGNO IS BEING MALIGNED BY PEOPLE WHO DON'T GIVE A DAMN ABOUT WHAT THEY WRITE OR WHOSE REPUTAT Read Full Story >>>
Manny must grow up
By Recah Trinidad, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Wed, 06 Apr 2005
A BIG fight often results in a big change in a fighter.
Whether this is for the good or the better depends on the fighter himself.
It was not exaggerated what experts said that both Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier had spent half of their original gifts after the galactic Thrilla in Manila.
The Read Full Story >>>
By Teodoro C. Benigno, The Philippine Star, Wed, 06 Apr 2005
Well, it was as we suspected. From Hermie Rivera, we learn that Manny Pacquiao did not appear for a scheduled appointment with this columnist Saturday morning because he gambled the night away last Friday at a Para?aque cockpit. This is an unforgivable double-cross on the part of a Filipino fistic c Read Full Story >>>
?We need an Ali Act?
Pacquiao first to test US law protecting boxers
The Manila Times, Wed, 06 Apr 2005
UNDER the Muhammad Ali Boxing Reform Act in the United States, chances are great for Manny Pacquiao getting what he?s due from the pay-per-view shares earned in his recent fight with Erik Morales.
It is also the fervent hope of well-known boxing personality Hermie Rivera that a law of the same Read Full Story >>>
The fight for pay-per-view revenues (Part 2)
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, Manila Standard Today, Wed, 06 Apr 2005
While we may question the judgment of Manny Pacquiao in signing a two-year management deal with American Shelly Finkel after discarding his former manager Marty Elorde during a crucial stage of his preparations for a mega-buck showdown with Erik Morales, we certainly cannot question his right to do Read Full Story >>>
Fighting Words: Mormeck, Pacquiao, Contender and More
By David P. Greisman, BoxingScene.com, Tue, 05 Apr 2005
In this week?s edition of Fighting Words, we?ll take a quick look at the cruiserweight unification match, answer another email concerning Manny Pacquiao and Erik Morales, correct some errors on this month?s Championship Calendar and update folks on what?s going on in The Contender. The Ten Count is Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao PPV share 'secure' under Ali Act
Philippine Daily Inquirer, Tue, 05 Apr 2005
UNDER the Muhammad Ali Boxing Reform Act, chances are great that Manny Pacquiao would still get his share from the pay-per-view earnings of his recent fight with Erik Morales.
And such a law is needed in the country to protect the welfare of local fighters, according to Hermie Rivera, a former sp Read Full Story >>>
MAYOL RETAINS OPBF TITLE IN JAPAN
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, mannypacquiao.ph, Tue, 05 Apr 2005
Oriental Pacific Boxing Federation minimum weight champion Rodel Mayol retained his title with a lopsided twelve round decision over former Japanese champion Takayuki Korogi at the Central Gym in Osaka, Monday night and set himself up for a title shot which, at present, appears to have been denied h Read Full Story >>>
Murad Muhammad gets back at Manny Pacquiao
mannypacquiao.ph, Tue, 05 Apr 2005
To: Manny Pacquaio
I have worked in this sport of boxing for over 40 years and NEVER in those years have I seen a more disgraceful display of ingratitude and disloyalty than what I see plastered on this website! To get directly to the point, You, Manny Pacquiao are an ingrate and a back stabber Read Full Story >>>
Distractions hurt Pacquiao?s chances (Part I)
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, Manila Standard Today, Tue, 05 Apr 2005
One day after his management contract with Marty Elorde expired last Jan. 31, Ring Magazine and International Boxing Association featherweight champion Manny Pacquiao signed a two-year management deal with Shelly Finkel and lawyers Nicholas Kahn and Kenneth Davidson.
The decision by Pacquiao to Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao a winner in another ring
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, Tue, 05 Apr 2005
AFTER LICKING his wounds from the beating he absorbed from Erik The Terrible, Manny Pacquiao got a measure of success in another ring.
He cleaned up some of his rivals during a five-cock derby held over the weekend hosted by the National Cockers Association at the Pasay City Cockpit where he emer Read Full Story >>>
A Tribute to Manny Pacquiao
By Arnel Paciano D. Casanova, RingsideReport.com, Tue, 05 Apr 2005
I met Manny and his family recently in the Mandarin Hotel lobby here in the PI. I just alighted from my car together with my wife and son to spend the Easter weekend at the Mandarin while Manny was waiting for his ride. My 4-year old son was so excited upon seeing him and honestly, I was also as exc Read Full Story >>>
Post fight Pacquiao Vs Morales Mailbag Part V
By Kimo Morrison & Isaac Barrio, Hard Core Boxing, Tue, 05 Apr 2005
I'm a big fan of Pacquiao and I think the fight was really awesome and a classic one. I think Manny's cut in the 5th round has big effect on the outcome of the fight. I have to admit though that Morales really outboxed Manny on this fight. I would like to see the two mix it up aga Read Full Story >>>