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List of Articles by Ed de la Vega, DDS


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The Head Butt That Hastened Solis's Downfall
17 Apr 2007

Canoga Park, CA -- Before the much-hyped Pacquiao-Solis “Blaze of Glory” at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas last Saturday, many pundits and common boxing fans predicted that Pacquiao will end his fight with S

Pacquiao KO’s Solis in 8, Who’s Next?
15 Apr 2007

San Antonio, Texas -- Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao, tonight at the Alamodome in this historic Texas city, KO’d Jorge Solis of Mexico after 8 short rounds to retain his WBC International Super featherweight title.

Pacquiao and his belief in good luck charms
10 Apr 2007
Since I was a kid growing up in the Philippines I have always heard of folks who firmly believe in good luck charms. Manny Pacquiao is no different from all those folks. My lovely wife will never step in a casino in Las Vegas or even to the local Indian-run casinos that proliferate in the Southe

The Pacman Breaks Camp, All Set to Blaze New Glory!
08 Apr 2007

LOS ANGELES -- Manny Pacquiao, after spending full three weeks in LA had his final training day today and immediately broke camp. He then gave instructions for his team to prepare to fly to San Antonio, Texas to meet

Jorge Solis Finally Shows Up!
07 Apr 2007

Canoga Park, CA -- I received Top Rank’s email last night indicating that Jorge Solis, the Pacquiao foe from Mexico will be at the Pound4Pound Gym today (Thursday, April 5th, LA time) to meet the LA Press Corps for a “media workou

Jhonny Gonzales Wins Arizona Tiff with Pacheco
31 Mar 2007
Tucson, Arizona -- WBO bantamweight champion Jhonny Gonzales, the 26 year old fighter from Pachuca, Mexico just moments ago won via a convincing 9th round TKO over Irene Pacheco, a veteran southpaw from Antioquia, Columbia. Pacheco was a former IBF flyweight champion. Gonzales therefore, kept a

Pacquiao fitted with a new mouth guard
30 Mar 2007
When Manny Pacquiao gets in the ring, all the details leading to the fight are meticulously taken cared of. Take for instance, his mouth guard, a protective devise that reduces the possibility of intra-oral injuries as well as possible concussion resulting from his opponent’s punches.

Banal’s first day at the Wildcard Gym
29 Mar 2007

LOS ANGELES -- AJ “Bazooka” Banal, the young prospect from the famed ALA Gym, today finally achieved one of his dreams: to train at the Wildcard Gym in Hollywood, much like his stable mates Z Gorres and Boom Boo

27 Mar 2007

LOS ANGELES--Moments ago, two young gladiators who are the pride of the famed ALA Gym in Cebu, Rey “Boom Boom” Bautista and AJ “Bazooka” Banal arrived in Los Angeles in preparation for their

Pacman fully focused, even on small details
26 Mar 2007
At the “Moment of Truth” Promotions held at Cebu City last month, Manny Pacquiao upon seeing me, cordially extended a nice friendly greetings. “Hi Doc, kumusta ka. Kelan ka dumating?” That recognition alone made my day. As I extended my hand to him to feel his warm handshak

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