FREDDIE Roach indeed says it as he sees it.
Blake Griffin, Paul George back out from Last Home Stand
Many boxing pundits are quick to dismiss Chris Algieri as a worthy challenger to Manny Pacquiao’s World Boxing Organization welterweight crown.
Manny Pacquiao will fight unbeaten American Chris Algieri next. According to a report posted on ESPN.com, the Filipino boxing legend Pacquiao and Algieri, who upped his stock by taking the WBO light welterweight title away from Ruslan Provodnikov last June, will meet in the ring on November 22 at the Cotai Arena at the Venetian in Macau, China.
Grandmaster Eugene Torre and Fighter of the Decade Manny Pacquiao were unable to come, but were feted just the same in the 1st Annual Chess Excellence Awards held recently in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates.
DOUBTERS and detractors indeed outnumber those who believe Manny Pacquiao can score impressively in the new PBA season which starts next October.
Team Pacman made its presence felt in the PLDT-Abap National Amateur Boxing Championships at Digos City Gymnasium yesterday.
The list of nominees for the 2014 ESPN’s Excellence in Sports Performance Yearly (ESPY) Awards was unveiled Wednesday (Manila time) and two Filipinos made the cut.
CHRIS Algieri is so fired up to fight Manny Pacquiao that he doesn’t care if it’s going to be at 140 or 147 pounds.
Newly crowned World Boxing Organization light welterweight title-holder Chris Algieri wants Manny Pacquiao for his next fight.
Erik Spoelstra might not be the Philippines’ favorite basketball coach anymore.
If you read between the lines of the statement made by PBA commissioner Chito Salud during Monday’s press conference hosted by Kia for its PBA team, you can assume that he strongly advised Kia playing-coach Manny Pacquiao to concentrate on being a coach first.
Kia’s drive to the Philippine Basketball Association as one of three expansion teams come October has been escorted by media fanfare.
FOR THE benefit of anyone interested, in particular Kia Motors player-coach Manny Pacquiao, who has been holding tryouts for his team, the dispersal draft for the three new PBA ballclubs is scheduled in July and not this month—as the Pacman casually mentioned in a recent interview on television.