List of Articles by Joaquin Henson
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Displaying articles 1 to 10.It’s Mayweather’s call
21 Sep 2018
Floyd Mayweather may have beaten Sen. Manny Pacquiao on points in Las Vegas in May 2015 but he’ll never live down the fact that in boxing history, the Filipino holds the record of winning eight world titles in eight different
Donaire, Magsayo join forces
20 Sep 2018
Former IBF/IBO flyweight, interim WBA superflyweight, WBC bantamweight, IBF/WBO superbantamweight and WBA featherweight champion Nonito Donaire, Jr. is now training with WBO/WBC No. 1 featherweight Mark Magsayo in Las Ve
Ancajas fights in Warriors’ home
19 Sep 2018
IBF superflyweight champion Jerwin Ancajas cheered for the Cleveland Cavaliers when they battled the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals last June but with LeBron James moving to the Los Angeles Lakers and his sixth title defen
Mayweather to un-retire for Manny
16 Sep 2018
It was a chance encounter that WBA welterweight champion Sen. Manny Pacquiao and undefeated Floyd Mayweather, Jr. turned into an unexpected media event to announce intent to do their much-awaited rematch in December.
Khan’s father, uncle in secret Manila meeting
15 Sep 2018
Three weeks before Top Rank CEO Bob Arum and stepson Todd DuBoef flew in from the US to meet WBA welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao for a few hours in General Santos City early last month, a two-man delegation from the UK was
Nietes falls a minute short to win
15 Sep 2018
LOS ANGELES. Former three-time world champion Donnie Nietes and Aston Palicte were on the same Philippine Airlines flight that left here Tuesday for home, both virtually unmarked after they battled to a split 12-r
Black eye for boxing
02 Sep 2018
Felix Eumir Marcial.
Controversial decisions that smack of partiality and even corruption continue to taint AIBA-sanctioned competitions, putting in jeopardy the future of boxing as an Olympic sport. There is a growing upro
Going for gold
31 Aug 2018
L-R: Paalam, Ladon and Marcial.
In a remarkable turnaround, the Philippine boxing team of six men and two women has suddenly come alive from suffering a succession of early setbacks to advance three fighters to t
Last man standing in Budapest
26 Aug 2018
While the Philippines battles in the Asian Games, a small Filipino contingent of four is in Budapest for the AIBA World Youth Championships where 359 fighters from 65 countries are vying for honors in 10 weight categories each for men and women at the 5,000-seat Dunn Arena.
No boxing protest allowed
26 Aug 2018
Filipina featherweight Nesthy Petecio’s shock loss to China’s Yin Jun Hua by a 3-2 split decision in the boxing preliminaries at the Asian Games the other night raised a cloud of doubt as to the ability of judges to score with i