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All articles by Recah Trinidad
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Displaying articles 381 to 390.Donnie Nietes wins a superfight
Tue, 14 Jul 2015
IT WAS no ordinary boxing bout Donnie Nietes won in retaining his WBO junior flyweight crown in Cebu City on Saturday.
When he got tagged with a hard shot to the head in the 10th round, Nietes tarried and took a deep
Why fix it when it ain?t broke?
Thu, 09 Jul 2015
THERE?S great concern and excitement about the national boxing team which did wonders in the last Southeast Asian Games in Singapore.
This is all to be expected.
Many people wanted to help, as though the ques
Roach could be of help in PH Olympic quest
Sun, 05 Jul 2015
IT SURE will help fuel the hunt for the elusive first Philippine Olympic gold medal.
Boxing superhero Manny Pacquiao has offered a P5 Million incentive for the Filipino athlete who will capture the first Olympic gold medal fo
Thou shall not help foul up PH boxing
Thu, 02 Jul 2015
IT was not only former world light flyweight champion Johnriel Casimero who was fooled and fouled all night long in Bangkok on Saturday. There was a bigger victim in the scandalous IBF flyweight championship: Phili
How to degrade boxing by really trying
Tue, 30 Jun 2015
A BULLETIN flashed on the TV screen during a round break noted that the defending Thai world flyweight champion Amnat Ruenroeng served time in a hometown jail by training and improving his boxing skills.
It hardly l
Stronger shot at elusive 1st Olympic gold
Sat, 27 Jun 2015
WHEN Mansueto ?Onyok? Velasco lost his gold medal bout against a fleet-footed Bulgarian in the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, the tiny warrior cried while Filipino boxing officials blamed messy technical scoring for the controversial s
LUISITO ESPINOSA GETS TASTE OF JUSTICE
Sun, 14 Jun 2015
IT?S not only late, it?s very late. Former world boxing champion Luisito Espinosa, son of a waiter from Tondo, was ordered by the Court of Appeals to be paid his full purse (in dollars) for his successful defen
Golden State more than ready
Sun, 14 Jun 2015
LEBRON James blamed himself, his limited passing and poor floor control, but there were two main culprits that hindered him and Cleveland in Game 1 of the NBA Finals.
James finished with 44 points, his highest in a Finals ma
Poor Pacquiao pushed his luck
Sun, 10 May 2015
IT?S a pity Manny Pacquiao didn?t know when to stop, the reason he now has to hunt for a fresh new opponent when he returns to the ring after undergoing surgery on his right shoulder in Los Angeles, California earlier in the
Why the fight was not even close
Thu, 07 May 2015
A MAJOR principle in the rule book for international boxing judges states that the scoring of drawn (even) rounds should be discouraged. If both protagonists failed to engage and land punches, the man who made the better defen