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Disaster teams watch out for ‘Pablo’ in Laoag, residents view Pacquiao-Marquez tiff

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Juan Manuel Marquez, from Mexico, right, lands a right to the head of Manny Pacquiao during their WBO world welterweight fight Saturday, Dec. 8, 2012, in Las Vegas. In Laoag City, people crowded the City Hall Sunday morning not to seek shelter from the supposed stormy weather brought about by typhoon “Pablo,” but to watch the fight on pay per view.  AP PHOTO/JULIE JACOBSON

People were crowding the City Hall here on Sunday morning but not because they were seeking shelter from the supposed stormy weather brought about by typhoon “Pablo,” which changed course and headed toward the tip of northern Luzon after devastating Mindanao and parts of the Visayas.

Posted: December 9th, 2012 in Boxing / MMA,Latest Sports Stories,Pacquiao Files | Read More »

The Pacman dedicates fight vs Marquez to typhoon victims

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BULKIER 4TH TIME AROUND. Manny Pacquiao faces Juan Manuel Marquez  for 4th time in 12 years on Sunday. At Friday’s official weigh-in in Las Vegas, Pacquiao tipped the scales at 147 pounds while Marquez came in 4 pounds lighter at 143. KEATS LONDON/CORRESPONDENT

Manny Pacquiao’s aggression against Juan Manuel Marquez’s anticipation. The Filipino hero’s sudden lunges and explosive combinations against the Mexican icon’s calculated, well-timed counterpunches.

Posted: December 9th, 2012 in Featured Gallery,Latest Sports Stories,Multimedia,Photos,Photos and Videos | Read More »

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