THERE’S need for an urgent correction.
MANNY Bulatao, an information technology (IT) expert here on a break from the University of California in Berkeley, has one timely tip for his idol, boxing superhero Manny Pacquiao.
WHAT’S wrong with suggesting if they could also help protect the fallen Manny Pacquiao from himself? Yes, saving Pacquiao from Pacquiao.
It was a punch felt across the boxing world. The outcome bordered on the impossible and the outrageous. Manny Pacquiao knocked out cold with a single punch? And from the “smaller” Juan Manuel Marquez? But that’s exactly what happened, and the image of our national hero lying senseless on the canvas was unbearable.
Philippine media commentators have put pressure on boxing great Manny Pacquiao to retire after his heavy defeat in Las Vegas, with one comparing him to Parkinson’s disease sufferer Muhammed Ali.
That’s what he gets for changing his religion,” Dionisia Pacquiao said in an interview in General Santos City.
NOTHING prepared us for yesterday’s Juan Manuel Marquez Day.
How often does one see 10-time world champion Manny Pacquiao knocked out cold, motionless, on the canvas?
Cuban Yuriorkis Gamboa defeated Filipino Michael Farenas via unanimous decision in the penultimate bout of the Pacquiao-Marquez 4 Sunday (Manila time) at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
Filipino Mercito Gesta lost to Mexican Miguel Vazquez via unanimous decision Sunday (Manila time) in the undercard of Pacquiao-Marquez 4 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
Former US presidential candidate Mitt Romney shook hands with boxing icon Manny Pacquiao inside his locker room at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas ahead of the Filipino champion’s non-title bout against Mexican Juan Manuel Marquez Saturday night (Sunday morning in Manila).
Dodie Boy Peñalosa Jr. scored a knockout in the second round to keep the Filipinos in the undercard of the Pacquiao-Marquez 4 undefeated Sunday (Manila time).
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.