List of Articles by Recah Trinidad
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Displaying articles 51 to 60.Philippine boxing disaster
11 Aug 2016
REUTERS reported that Brazilian police have arrested a 22-year-old boxer, the flag bearer for the Namibia national team, on suspicion of attempting to sexually assault a room maid in the Olympic Village. The boxer, com
Boxers will make us proud
07 Aug 2016
LIGHTWEIGHT Charly Suarez will throw the first punch for the two-man Philippine boxing team in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics early today. It better be a big punch.
Suarez looms as the underdog in his opening fight, but it should not come as a surprise if the 27-year-old veteran internationalist fro
WE NEED A STRONG OLYMPIC BOXING PROGRAM
05 Aug 2016
SHOULDN’T Filipino sports leaders and fans start feeling good over the apparent onset of a great new era in Philippine boxing, now that the country has gathered together a total of four Pinoy world champions?
The sensational k
TAPALES BEST OF 4 PINOY WORLD CHAMPS?
03 Aug 2016
It was indeed a hard, hard climb for the Mindanao warrior Marlon Tapales, who had to get up from two knockdowns in the fifth round to stop his fearsome Thai foe and capture the World Boxing Organization bantamweight cr
Let’s all ask Sen. Pacquiao first
28 Jul 2016
(HISTORIC SHOT: Congratulations to the multi-awarded photographer Raffy Lerma of the Inquirer, who scored what could be equal to a world championship knockout punch with his front-page picture of a weeping woman hugging h
Would Crawford stay with Pacquiao?
25 Jul 2016
TERENCE Crawford, as reported by former LA Times sports editor Bill Dwyre, drew a $1.7 Million windfall from his lopsided win over Viktor Postol of Ukraine to unify the WBO and WBC light welterweight crowns in Las Vegas.
This is a must-see war for Pacquiao
24 Jul 2016
World boxing great Manny Pacquiao, officially retired, may be busy following the progress of President Duterte’s furious all-out war against the rampant drug menace in the country. But there’s another war, scheduled
Should Abap be facing a blank wall?
21 Jul 2016
THE HEAD of the Association of Boxing Alliances in the Philippines (Abap) was being cautious and kind in commenting about the final result of the Philippine bid to qualify fighters to the Rio de Janeiro Ol
SEN. PACQUIAO SHOULD FIGHT FOR THE POOR
19 Jul 2016
IS Manny Pacquiao a senator or a boxer?
This question was raised by journalist John Pages in an item in the Sun Star of Cebu yesterday.
From the point of view of Pacquiao’s countless loyal fans, their hero could be both—
Pagara could’ve been slaughtered
14 Jul 2016
WHERE he is vacationing now, Prince Albert Pagara, required to take a two-month break from boxing, should be safe and sound. He has vowed to come back from his shattering knockout defeat in California last weekend.