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PhilBoxing.com Special Coverage: Pacquiao vs Barrera II
As a direct result of the settlement between Top Rank and Golden Boy Promotions, the Manny Pacquiao vs Marco Antonio Barrera rematch is now calendared on October 6, 2007 at Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, NV, USA. Pacquiao, at 28, is on his prime while Barrera, at 33, is considering this fight to be his last. Will Barrera, badly beaten by Pacquiao in their first encounter, muster enough tricks from his brilliant boxing career to make this a competitive fight or will Pacquiao, like what he did to Morales in their 3rd encounter, bulldozed an aging Barrera into an early submission?
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PRES. ARROYO TO INDUCT PACQUIAO INTO ELORDE HALL OF FAME
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, PhilBoxing.com, 23 Mar 2008
Filipino ring idol and national treasure Manny Pacquiao who returns to the warm embrace of millions of his countrymen held in awe by his incredible performances against the best fighters in the world, will receive the highest accola Read full story
By Manny Pacquiao, PhilBoxing.com, 20 Mar 2008
LOS ANGELES — Isang masayang pagbati po sa inyong lahat. Malugod ko po kayong kinukumusta matapos sabay-sabay nating natamo ang isa sa pinakamimithi nating hangarin.
I would like to report to the Filipino people and to a Read full story
The Manny Pacquiao Chronicles: Marco Antonio Barrera II
By Daniel “Tex” Cohen, RingsideReport.com, 29 Feb 2008
When you ask a die hard boxing fan for their opinion regarding the Pound for Pound Champion, there are two choices that stand as the heavy majority for the top spot. One is Floyd Mayweather, JR, who is the majority (or at le Read full story
The Manny Pacquiao Chronicles: Marco Antonio Barrera II
By Daniel “Tex” Cohen, RingsideReport.com, 20 Dec 2007
When you ask a die hard boxing fan for their opinion regarding the Pound for Pound Champion, there are two choices that stand as the heavy majority for the top spot. One is Floyd Mayweather, JR, who is the majority (or at least plurality) option. Second to Floyd in votes is Manny Pacquiao.
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Golden Boy Lays Groundwork For Joan Guzman-Edwin Valero Unification Battle!
By Ricardo Lois, Boxing Confidential, 30 Nov 2007
Boxingconfidential.com has been informed that Golden Boy Promotions officials are laying the ground work for a possible 130-pound world title unification bout between two undefeated champions, Edwin Valero of Venezuela and Joan Guzman of the Dominican Republic.
This stunning news comes on the hee Read full story
Postscript for Champions of The Sport
By Patrick Kehoe, BoxingScene.com, 25 Nov 2007
Time defiles every mortal effort to sustain athletic excellence eventually leaving sports fans only the recourse of memory as a final consolation.
Marco Antonio Barrera acted out the role of the wily veteran, calculating and pos Read full story
Pacman earned more than $ 3M — Arum
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 24 Oct 2007
WHEN WORD got out that Marco Antonio Barrera earned million in his rematch with Manny Pacquiao, Top Rank chairman Bob Arum was asked by an interviewer from overseas just how much did the Filipino southpaw get from that Oct. 6 slugfest.
"Manny got much more than that," Arum told the Bulletin lat Read full story
DE LA HOYA SAYS BARRERA GOT $3 MILLION
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, PhilBoxing.com, 22 Oct 2007
With all the fuss about WBC super featherweight champion Juan Manuel Marquez supposedly asking for too much money to defend his title against Manny Pacquiao, Oscar De La Hoya has revealed that legendary Mexican Marco Antonio Ba Read full story
Barrera dice no a una pelea de despedida
By Ernesto Castellanos, Esto en Linea, 20 Oct 2007
La voz de Marco Antonio Barrera se escucha entusiasta y categórica desde Guadalajara.
El ex campeón mundial de tres divisiones declaró que se siente muy contento retirado totalmente del boxeo, del gimnasio, dedicado a s Read full story
How Great is Manny Pacquiao?
By Ben Cohen, SecondsOut.com, 19 Oct 2007
According to most Filipinos, Manny Pacquiao is the greatest 130lber to have ever lived. (However, in the eyes of his fiercely proud countrymen, he is also the g Read full story
SCHAEFER SAYS PACQUIAO GOT A FAIR DEAL
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, PhilBoxing.com, 19 Oct 2007
Golden Boy Promotions CEO Richard Schaefer says Filipino ring idol Manny Pacquiao got “a substantial amount and a fair deal” for his rematch with Mexican legend Marco Antonio Barrera in Las Vegas last October 7.
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PACQUIAO WATCH: The PPV myth
By Edwin G. Espejo, PhilBoxing.com, 17 Oct 2007
As soon as Manny Pacquiao disposed Marco Antonio Barrera, some scribes immediately worked their math and suggested that the Filipino southpaw earned something like $7 million or a staggering P308 million for his 12 Read full story
Manny Pacquiao – Marco Antonio Barrera II: Behind the Scenes
By Dan Hernandez, RingsideReport.com, 16 Oct 2007
Famed boxing analyst and radio host Rich Marrota looked me straight in the eye and said “Hi.” I knew at once “I was in the right place, I belonged.” -- Dan Hernandez
I left from Los Angeles, California, to Las Vegas, Nevada, at 9:30 AM on Saturday, October 6, 2007. My destination was the Mandala Read full story
PACQUIAO-BARRERA PPV BUYS HIT 350,000
By Salven L. Lagumbay, PhilBoxing.com, 16 Oct 2007
Last Sunday's "Will to Win" featuring the rematch between superstars Manny Pacquiao and Marco Antonio Barrera did well on pay-per-view, raking in 350,000 buys worldwide, including 3,800 in San Antonio Texas alone.
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Approximately 350,000 Pay-Per-View Buys for Pacquiao-Barrera
What Does the Number Mean for Boxing?
By John Chavez, Boxing Confidential, 16 Oct 2007
The rumor floating around the web is that the amount of pay-per-view purchases for the Manny Pacquiao-Marco Antonio rematch titled “Will to Not Get Knocked Out” has done roughly 350,000 households. It’s an interesting figure being that it shows that boxing is definitely changing it’s standard for wh Read full story
The Pacquiao chronicles (and then some)
By Amee R. Enriquez, Balita.com, 16 Oct 2007
COVERING a Manny Pacquiao boxing match is always an adventure of sorts. You never know what to expect. As the cliché goes, the only thing you can expect is the unexpected.
On Friday, Oct. 5, the night before the fight, I was interviewing Aljoe Jaro, the manager of 19-year-ol Read full story
PACQUIAO-BARRERA HAD ALMOST 350,000 PPV BUYS
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, PhilBoxing.com, 16 Oct 2007
Filipino ring idol Manny Pacquiao’s rematch with Mexican legend Marco Antonio Barrera did almost 350,000 pay-per-view buys which was equal to the number of buys in each of the fights in the epic trilogy with another Read full story
"NON-FIGHT" NOTES FROM PACQUIAO-BARRERA
By Jason Aniel, RingTalk.com, 16 Oct 2007
THE “WEAK” FIGHT SPOKE FOR ITSELF
San Francisco, CA-There is no other to break down the fight between Manny Pacquiao and Marco Antonio Barrera that has not already been written or said. Granted, Barrera did not have the will to win, but Pacquiao did not feel incline to stop him or take unnecess Read full story
Expats, Indons rave over Pacman feat
By Philip Ella Juico, The Philippine Star, 16 Oct 2007
JAKARTA, Indonesia – Shortly after the Manny Pacquiao – Oscar Larios bout at the Araneta Coliseum on July 2, 2006, I traveled to Jakarta and stayed at the JW Marriott hotel located in the heart of what is called the Golden Business Triangle. The Triangle is in the world-class designed commercial dis Read full story
Pacquiao fight makes a killing
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 16 Oct 2007
THE LAS Vegas rematch between Manny Pacquiao and Marco Antonio Barrera generated an estimated 350,000 buys and drew a live gate of $ 3 million, The San Antonio Express News reported yesterday.
It could not be determined how much Pacquiao is going to get as part of his share in the PPV revenue Read full story