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Displaying articles 1011 to 1018.Rex Marzan KO'd in Japan
Mon, 25 Jul 2005
Rex Marzan continued his losing streak as he was KO'd by Masato Arai of Japan last night. According to a report posted at BoxRec.com, Marzan was counted out at 1:26 mark of the 5th round of their eight round light middleweight encounter at Sowacho Gym in Ibaragi, Japan.
Marzan, who was a late
Dondon Sultan TKO'd by Japanese foe in the 7th rd
Thu, 21 Jul 2005
Philippine welter champion Dondon Sultan failed in his bid to capture the OPBF welterweight championship belt. A report posted at BoxRec.com indicated that Sultan was TKO'd by Kazuhiko Hidaka at the 1:07 mark of the 7th round of their 12-round encounter at the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan. Hidaka
Rod Nazario files libel charges against Winchell Campos, Dong Secuya and Pedro Fernandez!
Wed, 20 Jul 2005
Manny Pacquiao's former manager Rod Nazario has filed libel charges against U.S. based Filipino writer Winchell Campos, MannyPacquiao.ph owner Dong Secuya and RingTalk.com's Pedro Fernandez.
This writer was in receipt yesterday afternoon of the summons sent from the office of Para?aque City Pro
PhilBoxing.com: A Coming Out Party For Filipino Boxers
Mon, 18 Jul 2005
Ted Lerner of The Ring Magazine, in his most recent article, wrote that as far as the Philippine boxing scene is concerned, it is Manny Pacquiao and then everyone else.
To a large degree the statement was correct. To the casual Filipino boxing fan, names like Dexter Delada, Rexon Flores, Yukka G
A Milestone In The Philippine Boxing Scene
Mon, 18 Jul 2005
Today, we celebrate the launching of PhilBoxing.com, the Philippine Boxing Portal, which I foresee would become the de facto Philippine boxing website for a long time to come. From a casual boxing fan, yours truly has become quite involved in the Philippine boxing scene thanks t
BOBBY PACQUIAO WINS BY TKO OVER CARLOS NAVARRO IN 7TH ROUND!
Sat, 18 Jun 2005
Carlos Navarro quit in the 7th round after suffering two knockdowns at the hands of Bobby Pacquiao. In the earlier round, Bobby was deducted a point by the referee for a low blow when Navarro dropped to his knee but the crowd reacted by booing the decision. A TV replay showed that Navarro got hit