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List of Articles by Rene Bonsubre, Jr.


There are 1,665 articles attributed to this author.
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17 Feb 2007
When Rey “Boom Boom” Bautista began his pro boxing career, internet cafes were sprouting all over the Philippines. Now they are as common as bakeries selling “pan de sal”. Bautista career also blossomed when Manny Pacquiao started his meteoric rise to world boxing superstardo

11 Feb 2007
Filipino boxing fans will be zeroing in on the Queen City of the South on February 24 as Z “The Dream” Gorres gets the biggest break of his career when he faces Mexican Fernando “Cochulito” Montiel for the WBO superflyweight title. This is Gorres’ first world title shot. The 24 year old Gorres i

26 Jan 2007
GABRIEL "FLASH" ELORDE How do you measure greatness in sports? In track and field the difference between good and great may be just millimeters or milliseconds. Titles won and years of dominance are part of the criteria in any sport. Consistency is also used as a measuring stick. In boxing

Remembering Pacquiao-Magramo
07 Jan 2007
It was September 13, 1997 when Manny Pacquiao made his first and only appearance in the historic Cebu Coliseum. He was one of the main draws in the now defunct weekly television boxing series “Blow by Blow”. He was also fresh from winning the OPBF flyweight title with a fifth round one p

Does Pacquiao need Marquez?
01 Dec 2006
Juan Manuel Marquez has once again found his name mentioned in the Manny Pacquiao sweepstakes due to his recent victory over Jimrex Jaca. Thirty one months ago they figured in a nail biting draw that showcased the best that both men had to offer. It was also a tale of two fights. The first tale

The Final Gunfight
22 Nov 2006
Just like in the days of the Old West, two pistoleros squared off for the bragging rights in claiming the title of “fastest gun alive.” But this around, they wore guns instead of packing pistols. It was now time for the third and final showdown. It was high noon in Vegas. The aging gunslinger,

06 Nov 2006
Sports fans will always tell you stories of certain events or ball games that somehow fired up their imagination. Boxing fans are no exception, as they have their own personal list of all time favorite fights. But there are sporting events that we remember because it struck a chord deep inside

Paclander in Africa
13 Oct 2006
It has been twelve days since I arrived in Tanzania. It is extremely hard to think about topics to write about when my brain is till processing the basics of their national language Kiswahili. Tanzania is also plagued by twelve hour brownouts which makes Internet access very difficult. I try to glan

Can the Snake Spew Venom in Indonesia?
14 Aug 2006
Donnie Nietes of Bacolod City will be getting a chance of a lifetime with a world title shot against IBF strawweight champ Muhhamad Rachman of Indonesia. The 24 year old Nietes, who sports the ring name “Ahas” or Snake, has a record of 19W-1L-3D with 9 KO’s. He is currently the

Thrilla in Minglanilla Ringside Report
14 Aug 2006
Donnie “Ahas” Nietes gave Roberto Rubillar a world class beating for ten one-sided rounds in the Minglanilla Sports Complex in Cebu. Nietes, who hails from Bacolod, entered the ring with a large snake hanging from his neck. This inclusion of wildlife in the pre-fight entourage may ha

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