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List of Articles by Reni M. Valenzuela




There are 125 articles attributed to this author.
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TIME FOR PEOPLE POWER IN BOXING
21 Jul 2014

How do you become an enemy to yourself? Media’s job is to inform and send a message by way of report and opinion. But if media sends the wrong message and reports to reinforce waywardness, then media doesn’t serve i

JERKS, BOXING AND THE ENLIGHTENED PEOPLE (Part III)
19 Jul 2014

MEDIA, PAC-FLOYD AND THE HEALING OF BOXING (Part II)
05 Jul 2014

Here’s the score. Media should not care about any fight of Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao if it is not a fight against each other. How scribes and media will respond to scoops or official announcements that would

MEDIA’S ROLE IN HEALING THE SPORT OF BOXING (Part I)
28 Jun 2014

What’s wrong with boxing? Nay, what’s wrong with media? Where in the world can we find a sport in which money is the main thing, the overriding issue? Can anybody tell of a sport wherein it judges itself to be well or si

WHO SAYS FORGET THE MAYWEATHER VS. PACQUIAO?
04 Jun 2014

They seem to have signed the contract blindfolded. Michael Koncz’s logic sounds rational, but only to them who have no qualm in gagging the Super Fight from becoming a reality and have stakes to benefit financially from the f

MANNY PACQUIAO’S CONTRACT WITH TOP RANK ALL ABOUT MONEY
31 May 2014

They seem to have signed the contract blindfolded. Michael Koncz’s logic sounds rational, but only to them who have no qualms in gagging the Super Fight from becoming a reality and have stakes to benefit financially

BOXING ISN’T A SPORT WITH MAYWEATHER AND PACQUIAO
24 May 2014

Can boxing be considered a sport today if put on scale? Like it or not, boxing must ever struggle to stand as a sport, or else we nullify history and dishonor great men in the past to give way to infamy in the name of almight

WHAT DOES MARQUEZ’S WIN OVER ALVARADO MEAN TO BOXING?
19 May 2014

Why a fifth bout between Pacquiao and Marquez is all of a sudden being raised as though it needs to happen tomorrow? What does Dinamita’s win yesterday mean to boxing? Why any fights that will be lined up for Pac and

PAC AND FLOYD’S LATEST PPV: HANDWRITING ON THE WALL
17 May 2014

The pay-per-view sales are down for the shows far below projections. HBO and Showtime live cable viewing for both fights didn’t do well in numbers based on the announced approximation by the producers or accurate/padded fi

WHAT “MAYWEATHER-MAIDANA II”? PACQUIAO SHOULD BE NEXT
05 May 2014

Much of boxing made a mistake underestimating the capability of the underdog champion to beat a pound-for-pound god. Floyd Mayweather Jr. must have realized he committed an equally big mistake handpicking the Argentine as



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