List of Articles by Recah Trinidad
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Displaying articles 581 to 590.How the Hawaiian Punch was reborn
14 Dec 2011
HIS spectacular conquest of a tough Mexican warrior on Sunday has visibly landed underdog Brian Viloria among the top ten pound-for-pound boxers in the world.
Maybe not (yet) in the Upper 5, but
Boxing also wins big with Viloria
13 Dec 2011
BRIAN Viloria landed his finest shots, he scored what easily counted as his sweetest victory, but the greatest move during the world flyweight boxing championship bout in Pasig on Sunday belonged to the third man in the ri
Thank God for Sir David Beckham
05 Dec 2011
IT bore the dark promise of a public flogging.
The Philippine Azkals indeed took the risk of being severely beaten and humiliated before the hometown crowd.
In fact, there was no hint whatsoever of a soft so-so stand from t
DREAMING IN DECEMBER OF A LEGACY FIGHT
01 Dec 2011
THE Fight, at its closest, remained purely a wish, on top of Freddie Roach’s list.
This was nearly a week ago, days after the multi-awarded trainer was also accused of suffering Parkinson moments in the thick of battle, wh
Losing a tactical battle, winning the war
25 Nov 2011
THE first picture shown of a blown-up Juan Manuel Marquez did not project shining knife-life sharpness.
There was not a hint of the sweep, untouchable mountain deer. The Mexican boxing great appeared more like cattle hea
Pacman win defies boxing logic
14 Nov 2011
IT defied logic, but there should be one answer to crying questions on what happened in Las Vegas yesterday where Manny Pacquiao was declared winner of a bout he had clearly lost on points.
Pacquiao won and retained his wo
Now, how about an Ali-Frazier Mall?
10 Nov 2011
FOR the first time in Manny Pacquiao’s fabulous stint in Las Vegas, he will take an unscheduled pause inside the ring on Saturday night (Sunday morning in Manila) to lead the boxing world in paying tribute to all-time boxing great
MARQUEZ COULD END UP FIGHTING TWIN OPPONENTS
07 Nov 2011
THERE’S one inevitable twist which normally should first be kept from Mexican boxing great Juan Manuel Marquez.
But without meaning to confuse or disorient Marquez, he must be warned outright. While he continues to pepper
Was Freddie Roach brilliant in taming the Wild Cat?
01 Nov 2011
IT’S neither requiem nor dirge but, in keeping with the Halloween spirit, didn’t they say goodbye to a tested wild-cat past when trainer Freddie Roach vowed a completely smarter Manny Pacquiao against Juan Manuel Marque
Would fans return to watch another Donaire corrida?
27 Oct 2011
THAT was a shabby job they did in shoving former world welterweight boxing champion Joshua Clottey on the spot following Nonito Donaire's dull, tasteless defense of his twin world bantamweight crowns last Sunday.