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All articles by Reni M. Valenzuela
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Displaying articles 181 to 186.PACQUIAO: BEWARE OF MOSLEY AND FLATTERY
Tue, 29 Mar 2011
Manny Pacquiao should beware of flatteries coming from influential people who may have the motive to wish him defeat in his forthcoming bout with Shane Mosley.
Forty five days to May 7, a well known boxing bigwig was reported to have been ?obviously impressed with what he saw? during his recent v
THE WISE MOVE: DONAIRE, TOP RANK AND GOLDEN BOY
Sat, 19 Mar 2011
If it was a pure business decision (beyond money matters) for Nonito Donaire to jump yard from Top Rank to Golden Boy Promotions as alleged by some observers, there can be no action more astute for Donaire to make.
And if the Filipino Flash believes that being with the Dela Hoya group, he wou
ALL IS WELL: NONITO?S FAMILY GETS BIGGER
Sat, 12 Mar 2011
It was one big family (bigger than the Donaire?s) petty rift solved! All patching up their issues and differences in the proper perspective as friendly connections to each other is conceivably on its way to restoration and genuine reconciliation.
Congrats to Granville Ampong, Manny Pinol, Recah
SOLUTION TO THE DONAIRE-MEDIA RIFT: A Chance to Become Giants
Tue, 08 Mar 2011
No human being on the planet is perfect. Neither is the media nor The Filipino Flash.
Everyone shares the ?blame? in the current ?sonic-boom? fiasco among the important players in bringing resurrected life to the sport of boxing, for no single person has the monopoly of ?fingers? to point at so
Nonito?s Transformation: Flashes to Make Him Superman
Sat, 26 Feb 2011
Beyond figures of speech, Nonito Donaire's spectacular performance demolishing Fernando Montiel in round two was a?triumph?of faith by the "Filipino Flash" and for the Filipino people, exhibiting?without any shadow
PEOPLE POWER AND SPORT
Sat, 26 Feb 2011
This is the beauty of sport.
People grasp the same power, abilities and fighting spirit that athletes possess in order to win by involving themselves in the contest simply through dreaming, cheering and ?aspiring?