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List of Articles by Rene Bonsubre, Jr.


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“Tuloy ang Pagsubok” Boxers Make Weight
16 May 2009

“Uzito hamna shida.” or no problem with the weight as they say in Swahili as the East African boxers Mbwana Matumla of Tanzania and Morris Chule of Kenya easily made the required weight limit for their respective battles a

Will the Tanzanian Golden Boy Shine This Saturday?
14 May 2009
Mbwana Matumla did not come all the way from Tanzania to lose to AJ Banal. “It is not a question of whether I think I will win…I will win.” He vowed during the press conference held Wednesday morning at the Patio Isabel in Talamban, Cebu City. He has trained for two months for this bout. His trainer

Kenyan “Virus” Targets Amonsot
14 May 2009

Morris “Virus” Chule of Kenya promised a good fight and an entertaining show in his upcoming battle against Bohol's Czar Amonsot this Saturday at the Cebu Coliseum. Chule got his ring name “Virusi” or Virus in Swahili bec

AJ Banal’s Unholy Burden
13 May 2009

He belongs to one of the most high profile boxing stables in the country. Their fights are regularly shown on Philippine television. Their names are recognizable even to the casual boxing fans. The ALA gym’s AJ Banal has a r

ALA Boys Impressive in Open Workout at SM Cebu
10 May 2009
ALA boys AJ "Bazooka" Banal, Czar Amonsot, Jason Pagara and Larry “Bon Jovi” Canillas had an open workout and sparring session at the SM Cebu City Mall atrium Saturday afternoon to promote their upcoming fight card entitled "Tuloy ang Pagsubok" which will be held on May 16 at the Cebu Coliseum.

09 May 2009

Anthony “Rocky” Marcial of Zamboanga City remained undefeated and won by 8th round TKO over Jaime Barcelona of Bukidnon. Marcial, a known KO artist, is the r

Saga in Naga II Fighters Ready for Battle
08 May 2009
Cebu boxing action moves south this coming Friday, May 8th when Sammy Gello-ani, in association with Mayor Vladimar Chiong of Naga will be hosting a fight card featuring two of the hardest hitting prospects in boxing today – Rocky Marcial and Marvin Sonsona. Anthony “Rocky” Marcial of Zamboanga C

03 May 2009
While the rest of the world was dealing with the dreaded swine flu, sports fans from Britain and the Philippines caught boxing fever and witnessed Manny Pacquiao beat Ricky Hatton in two short rounds for the IBO and Ring magazine junior welterweight titles. There were a lot of wild and silly rumo

Chunks of History
03 May 2009

For the third time in his career, Manny Pacquiao was involved in a fight which had a historical and linear world title belt on the line from Ring Magazine. The first was in November 2003 when he beat Marco Antonio B

26 Apr 2009

"You never got me down, Ray. Ya hear me? Never got me down." – Jake La Motta to Sugar Ray Robinson after losing by TKO in the 13th when the fight was stopped with LaMotta lying on the ropes. Proud words from a proud champion a

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