List of Articles by Dennis Principe
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Displaying articles 1 to 10.Gerry, “Boom Boom” by KO; With IBF chipping in, “Cup” now shimmers
11 Aug 2007
I’ve never had this confidence in predicting the outcome of a fight involving Gerry Penalosa, undisputedly one of Philippine boxing’s top pound-for-pound boxers.
So I am almost certain Penalosa will win by knockout a
JAPAN HOLDS KEY TO FLYWEIGHT'S RISE
02 Aug 2007
THE flyweight class has been the bailiwick of great Asian fighters the last two decades but alas, it has yet to make its mark as a division that can produce marquee match-ups amongst its resident warriors.
“World Cup” RP protagonists live chat via internet
29 Jul 2007
FANS of Philippine boxing will have a chance to send their queries to Filipino fighters seeing action in the upcoming Mexico vs. Philippines Boxing World Cu
20 Jul 2007
Before I begin, allow me to thank and commend Solar Sports network for bringing to our homes nearly all of boxing's biggest fights, local and international, the past couple of years.
For a grateful human being, it pains me to chide, even for a moment, Solar Sports despite all the sacrifices and
GMA Network and ABS-CBN Rivalry Spills Into Boxing
GMA and Solar Sports Formally Announced Pacquiao-Solis Coverage
21 Mar 2007
THE ratings war between two of the country's giant TV networks has spilled over into the multi-million dollar business of boxing.
GMA-7 Network, longtime rival of ABS-CBN, recently entered into a partnership with cable sports leader Solar Entertainment Corporation to air the upcoming bout of Fili
Ugly dent for WBO; Judges, not ref screwed Gorres
27 Feb 2007
SATURDAY night’s controversial split verdict victory of Fernando Montiel over Filipino challenger Z “The Dream” Gorres may lead to an unexpected chink in what has been considered as strong bond between the Philippines and the World Boxing Organization.
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Peñalosa Eyes Two Division Titles in 2007
02 Nov 2006
IF plans don’t go amiss, former world superflyweight Gerry Peñalosa may become one of Asia’s most notable fighters in the history of boxing.
In a recent radio interview with this writer, the 34-year-old Peñalosa laid out his grand plan for 2007, and that is to become Asia’s f
High Regard for a Flag Bearer
26 Jul 2006
Though it's still way too early to proclaim him as a boxing star, the word ‘exciting’ may not be an overstatement to describe the future of Boholano teener Alex John Banal.
Saturday night in Tagbilaran, Bohol, the 17-year old Banal displayed exceptional boxing attributes, both in maturity and
Hey Joe, It's Time to Let Go of Suico
19 Jul 2006
Despite being a failure in his first world title challenge, former OPBF super featherweight champion Randy Suico was not a total dissapointment Sunday at the MGM Grand Garden in Las Vegas.
Punchstats show Suico got bombarded with loads of vicious blows unleashed by defending WBA lightweight king
JUST bring ‘em on
28 Sep 2005
This is quintessentially the challenge of Hawaiian born boxer Brian Viloria when asked about the possible marquee fights in the horizon, now that he is the universally recognized champion of the once-thrilling lightflyweight division.
In an interview with this writer, Viloria expressed his enthu