List of Articles by Recah Trinidad
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Displaying articles 531 to 540.There’s hope away from POC and PSC
14 May 2012
HE was not a main character but it’s a pity his name had been disposed of and sliced out of my last column.
His name is Michael Landers, a youthful table tennis sensation who will represent the USA in this year’s London Olympics.
Blame it on space constraints. In the concluding part of that colu
Meet a most unlikely heir to Pacquiao
07 May 2012
IT was hard to believe, but they also saw a future Manny Pacquiao in Filipino fighter Lorenzo Villanueva, who suffered his first defeat (in 25 fights) on Saturday night.
It was not a routine defeat.
VILLANUEVA FALLS SHORT IN WORLD TITLE BID
06 May 2012
Singapore -- Lorenzo Villanueva of the Philippines was dumped from his wild-wild chase of the International Boxing Organization featherweight crown after suffering a second round stoppage inside the packed Marina Bay Sa
VILLANUEVA "READY TO DIE" IN TITLE FIGHT
04 May 2012
Singapore--Although unbeaten in 24 pro fights, power-punching Lorenzo Villanueva promises nothing special when he clashes with a sharp, stylish Indonesian for the world featherweight boxing title today at the fabulo
Pangasinan gov goes for a KO
03 May 2012
Gov. Amado Espino Jr.
(CHRIS ROBINSON: The generous quotes in my last column—Sorry, Tim Bradley sees no hope for Pacquiao--were courtesy of the highly rated writer Chris Robinson of the Las Vegas Boxing Examiner. The
Sorry, Bradley sees no chance for Pacquiao
30 Apr 2012
IT was hard to believe at first, but Tim Bradley has started to rate Manny Pacquiao as a so-so opponent.
Bradley, who said he was “always a big fan of Pacquiao” has downgraded Pacquiao to the point of sounding h
A cry for stronger competition
25 Apr 2012
FOR the record, there had been repeated calls for an expanded talent discovery thrust--the deeper the better—even before the recent bid by the national boxing team to land another slot in this year’s London Olympics.
No, it was no
Goodbye to London: Another view
18 Apr 2012
THE fall of boxer Charly Suarez dealt a tragic blow on the country's (already) flimsy bid in this year's London Olympics.
It was so numbing that there was yet nothing clear on what really caused Suarez's fall.
What’s the Olympics all about, Charly?
16 Apr 2012
THERE was only one fight, only one official result, but there were two sets of contrasting reports.
Charly Suarez of the Philippines dropped his bout against China’s Liu Quiang, 11-15, in the lightweight final of the Asian
Twin warnings for Manny Pacquiao
11 Apr 2012
MANNY Pacquiao should take the latest statement of his physical conditioning coach as fair warning. Not against anybody, not against anything—but strictly against himself!
Alex Ariza has made it clear he was not impresse