List of Articles by Recah Trinidad
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Displaying articles 51 to 60.Who’ll have the last bark?
26 Aug 2017
THIS is madness. We continue to wait and listen as the world of combat sports--together with countless adherents-- allows itself to be dragged into trash land.
There’s terrible uncertainty. We all face a blank wall, unsure
Crawford wants Pacquiao-Horn 2 winner
22 Aug 2017
IT was not an ultimatum, but early on Monday, there was an urgent statement from Brisbane asking Manny Pacquiao to confirm whether or not he’s honoring a rematch with WBO welterweight champion Jeff Horn of Australia.
At least, there’s the promise of a dogfight
19 Aug 2017
THERE was a monumental mismatch early Thursday in the FIBA Asia series in Beirut that saw a gallantly soaring Philippine Gilas national team fall in fragments against old rival South Korea. An air of doom and disbelief engu
Can Jeff Horn beat a revitalized Pacquiao?
16 Aug 2017
IT could be too early for Jeff Horn to start training for his rematch with the legendary Manny Pacquiao. But trainer Glenn Rushton, who has not gotten full credit for the great upset victory scored by his prized ward, has
Should Pacquiao still strive for a knockout?
11 Aug 2017
VETERAN promoter Bob Arum claims that Manny Pacquiao, raring to go, has provided his preferred dates for the rematch against WBO welterweight champion Jeff Horn of Australia.
This was all to be expected, and the rematch
Roy Acosta, hidden hero of Philippine journalism
09 Aug 2017
THE journalist Rosauro “Roy” Acosta, who passed away on Aug. 4 at age 75, was a competent, hard-working newsman who tackled his job with utmost dedication. He was tireless and zealous both out in the news field and in the editorial room.
He was my first editor. He took me in straight from college
Toni Leviste wins Grand Prix; Pacquiao rematch talks on
05 Aug 2017
EQUESTRIENNE Toni Leviste of the Philippines won the 2-star Grand Prix of Samorin at the X-Bionic Sphere in Slovakia on Sunday.
The golden feat was not carried by mainstream media here. But the Manila Standard used it as its
SEA Games is not worth saving
28 Jul 2017
THE first question to ask in this abnormal sporting period: Is the Philippine hosting of the 2019 Southeast Asian Games honestly worth saving?
This issue had to be raised because it’s hard to miss the selfish intent behind the insistence of the Philippine Olympic Committee, under its sly over-sta
ALA wants only toughest tests
19 Jul 2017
THIS serves as an apology to the highly respected sportsman Antonio L. Aldeguer of Cebu City.
Sorry, Sir, there was no intention whatsoever to insinuate any foulness or wrongdoing behind the last victory of Mark Magsayo
Magsayo world title bid put on hold
18 Jul 2017
SPORTSMAN Tony Aldeguer, patriarch of the famous ALA Stable of Cebu, was glad that young star Mark Magsayo scored another knockout in his last fight. But Aldeguer was not exactly elated about the total result of Magsayo’s la