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All articles by Teodoro Medina Reynoso
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Displaying articles 11 to 20.High Amateur/Olympic Pedigree Does Not a Great Pro Career Make (Not Always, Anyway)
Mon, 11 Apr 2022
Olympic medalists Gennadiy Golovkin (R) and Ryota Murata fought last weekend in Japan.
Of course, WBC's Mauricio Sulaiman would say that Cuba's return to professional boxing is a very important milestone as he welco
GAB OKAYS BOXERS FOR QUIBORS PROMOTION
Sat, 09 Apr 2022
The Games and Amusements Board (GAB) Boxing and Other Contact Sports Division, together with the GAB Medical Section, led the
weighing-in ceremony today of 26 professional boxers who were scheduled to fight on April 9, Saturday, at Barangay Entablado, Rizal, Laguna. The ceremony was held to make
Cuba's Return to Pro Boxing: Just a Ripple in a Big Pond
Wed, 06 Apr 2022
After decades of banning it's boxers from engaging in professional boxing which it once derided as "decadent capitalist pastime", Cuba recently created a stir by announcing that it is now allowing its fighters to participate in
What Happened to Miguel Berchelt? (Or Authorities Should Look Into COVID-19's Effects on Boxers)
Thu, 31 Mar 2022
Nakathila dominates Berchelt during last weekend's fight in Las Vegas.
Miguel Berchelt, Alexander Povetkin, Nordine Oubaali. What is common among them?
All contracted Covid-19 that resulted in the cancellati
Eumir Felix Marcial The Next Big Thing in PH Boxing
Sat, 26 Mar 2022
Literally and figuratively, Eumir Felix Marcial could be the next big thing in Philippine boxing.
Gauging on how his present handlers and benefactors have been moving him along after his bronze medal finish i
Our Continuing Malaise at Flyweight: Who Will Finally End the Title Drought? (Third and Last Part)
Tue, 22 Mar 2022
Giemel Magramo (L) and Genesis Libranza (R) are the country's top hopes at the flyweight division.
Where have all our finest flyweight fighters gone?
Obviously in the higher weights.
Ex world flyweight t
Our Continuing Malaise at Flyweight: Who Will Finally End the Title Drought? (Part 2)
Mon, 21 Mar 2022
Review of the Past
When modern boxing was introduced in the Philippines at the turn of the last century, Filipinos took to the sport like ducks to water and immediately established themselves especially in
Our Continuing Malaise at Flyweight: Who Will Finally End the Title Drought? (Part 1)
Sun, 20 Mar 2022
Filipino Hall of Famer Francisco Guilledo popularly known as Pancho Villa reigned as the first Filipino world flyweight champion.
When modern boxing was introduced in the Philippines at the turn of the last century
Magsayo Improves, Ancajas Keeps and Astrolabio Makes Ring Divisional Ratings
Sat, 19 Mar 2022
Vincent Astrolabio raises the number of Filipino fighters in the Ring Magazine divisional ratings from nine to ten as he makes it to the so called bible of boxing's latest top ten in the loaded ban
Ifugao Wonder Boy Martin Bucks Lindol Magic, Wins by TKO; Suarez Presents New Hope at 130
Sun, 13 Mar 2022
For at least three quarter of the 12 round title fight, what was regaling the near capacity crowd at the Elorde was the seeming magic Luisito Espinosa weaved in transforming an average Ronnie Baldonado into a formidable f