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Former WBC exec keen on another showdown
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 19 Mar 2008
LAS VEGAS – Former WBC secretary-general Eduardo Lamazon of Argentina said the other day he saw Juan Manuel Marquez the winner by a slim margin over Manny Pacquiao in his personal scorecard but had no qualms accepting the split decision that made the Filipino icon the first Asian to capture three wo  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao, Roach: Yes to rematch
By Roy Luarca, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 19 Mar 2008
HOLLYWOOD—They’re ready to make this a trilogy—on a couple of conditions. Manny Pacquiao and celebrated trainer of the year Freddie Roach are willing to give Juan Manuel Marquez a rematch— and a shot at being a world champion again—but the Mexican might need to give his nod to a couple of concess  Read Full Story >>>

By Ronnie Nathanielsz,, 19 Mar 2008

Undefeated female boxer Gretchen Abaniel suffered her first defeat - not in the ring but at the hands of the judges - who robbed the talented Filipina of a well-deserved victory in a WBA minimum weight title fight aga  
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By Kevin Perry,, 19 Mar 2008
FLOYD & RAPPERS DO MMA TONIGHT ON BET Los Angeles, CA- “Hip-Hop” and mixed martial arts become allies in BET’s (Black Entertainment Television) new MMA team concept show called “Iron Ring,” which airs tonight (Tuesday). The program includes Floyd Mayweather along with rap superstars, T.I., Ludi  Read Full Story >>>

Morales unsure of comeback
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 19 Mar 2008
LAS VEGAS – Former three-time world champion Erik Morales, now looking puffy out of training, isn’t sure of making a comeback to the ring but told his close friend, Filipino sportsman Hermie Esguerra, the other day it won’t be a problem losing weight if he decides to fight again. Nobody dared to   Read Full Story >>>

Marquez: Pacquiao didn’t deserve win
By Abac Cordero, The Philippine Star, 19 Mar 2008
Dethroned World Boxing Council superfeatherweight champion Juan Manuel Marquez came home to Mexico Sunday, insisting he won the rematch and feeling he was cheated in his fight against Filipino boxing hero Manny Pacquiao at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. “I won the fight because I did the better t  Read Full Story >>>

Marquez says: We wuz robbed
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 19 Mar 2008
LOS ANGELES — Juan Manuel Marquez, heartbroken from the loss dealt by Manny Pacquiao over the weekend in Las Vegas, told the Mexican media upon his arrival in Mexico City that the World Boxing Council (WBC) may have something to do with his loss. But Marquez did not elaborate on the matter but   Read Full Story >>>

By Ronnie Nathanielsz,, 19 Mar 2008
Former world minimum weight challenger Eriberto "Yukka" Gejon has dropped a ten round split decision to Japan’s Yuji Kanemitsu in a fight card at the IMP Hall in Osaka, Japan. Two judges favored Kanemitsu by scores of 97-94 and 96-95 while the third judge had Gejon winning by a 98-95 margin.   Read Full Story >>>

Manila’s victory parade for Pacquiao cancelled
By Allison Lopez, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 19 Mar 2008
MANILA, Philippines -- Only banners and streamers congratulating Manny Pacquiao will be seen in Manila after one of the boxer’s managers turned down the city government’s offer of a motorcade in the champion’s honor. Mayor Alfredo Lim said on Tuesday that Pacquiao’s business manager, Eric Pineda,  Read Full Story >>>

"Fui objeto de un robo"
By Ernesto Castellanos, Esto en Linea, 19 Mar 2008

MEJOR bienvenida no pudo tener ayer Juan Manuel Márquez. El peleador capitalino fue recibido por un grupo de amigos, familiares y aficionados; todos lo felicitaron, y también todos le dijeron que le habían r  
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Manny Pacquiao Stirs The Pride of the Philippines – Beating Juan Manuel Marquez on Split Decision
By Roy Thomsitt, California Chronicle, 18 Mar 2008
Whenever there is a Manny Pacquiao fight announced, it is followed by a steady build up of interest, media coverage and anticipation amongst Filipinos, both in the Philipinnes and around the world. As fight week approaches, the crescendo of everything Pacquiao is impossible to escape. In fight week   Read Full Story >>>

PACQUIAO WATCH: Controversy good for Pacquiao
By Edwin G. Espejo,, 18 Mar 2008

ALTHOUGH in my own scorecard Manny Pacquiao won in his rematch with Juan Manuel Marquez even if I may have erred in giving him the last round, it was a close decision nonetheless. But it would be the height of stupidity an  
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What now, Pacquiao?
By Ed Picson,, 18 Mar 2008
The arguments for or against the split decision in the latest episode of the saga that is Manny Pacquiao threaten to last for a very long time. That the result was a split decision naturally brought about diverse reactions, but the shocking thing was that many of negative ones came from Pacquiao’  Read Full Story >>>

By Ronnie Nathanielsz,, 18 Mar 2008
Big-time boxing reminiscent of the glory days of the 1960’s and 70’s returns to the Araneta Coliseum, the acknowledged “Mecca” of Philippine sports and entertainment when WBO bantamweight champion Gerry Penalosa (52-6-2, 35 ‘s) defends his title against former champion Ratanachai Sor Vorapin (72-9,   Read Full Story >>>

Recused Dick Flaherty: Glowing Praise For Marquez But His Score Was 114-113, Pacquiao, Also!
By Michael Marley, Boxing Confidential, 18 Mar 2008
Of all the words of voice or pen, the saddest are…what might have been. Some wise guy once said that so it got me wondering to how Saturday’s classic Manny Pacquaio-Juan Manuel Marquez WBC title bout would have turned had Dick Flaherty and not Tom Miller been the third judge scoring it alongside   Read Full Story >>>

Marquez and Pacquiao Define the Term… “Greatness“
By John Chavez, Boxing Confidential, 18 Mar 2008

This past Saturday at the Mandalay Bay Events Center, Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez showed the world exactly how true prize fighters “get down”. Both men displayed what they do best with “Dinamita” pl  
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Nonito Donaire Scored "Unfinished Business" for Marquez
By Ryan Songalia,, 18 Mar 2008

IBF flyweight champion Nonito Donaire Jr. attended the Juan Manuel Marquez-Manny Pacquiao rematch not as a mere spectator, but as a credentialed commentator for the Filipino television channel Solar Sports. While givin  
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By Dennis Principe,, 18 Mar 2008
FAMED American trainer Freddie Roach believes that for Manny Pacquiao to give Juan Manuel Marquez a third fight the Filipino sensation should get more than the $6 million fight purse being offered by Golden Boy Promotions (GBP). This was the reaction of Roach during a telephone conversation with  Read Full Story >>>

Manny Pacquiao notches fourth division crown with victory over Juan Manuel Marquez, 18 Mar 2008
Manny Pacquiao became the first four division winner from the Philippines after defeating Juan Manuel Marquez on a split decision to capture the WBC super featherweight title on Saturday. Pacquiao had Marquez on the canvas in the third round and judges Duane Ford and Tom Miller scored the fight 1  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao: World Champ
By Joseph Pimentel, Asian Journal, 18 Mar 2008
LAS VEGAS, NV – Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao officially added the title “WBC Champion” to his long list of boxing accomplishments by out-pointing Mexican Juan Manuel Marquez at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino last March 15. Pacquiao captured the World Boxing Council (WBC) and Ring Magazine Su  Read Full Story >>>

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