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Sunday, December 9, 2012

Juan Manuel Marquez Lucky Punch that Knocked Down Manny Pacquiao

Juan Manuel Marquez Lucky Punch that Knocked Down Manny Pacquiao
Filipino boxing icon Manny Pacquiao who was knocked out by a counter-punch from Juan Manuel Marquez, during the sixth round of their welterweight fight at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Saturday (Sunday, PHL time) did not expect the power of Juan Manuel's Marquez lucky punch. He admitted getting overconfident when he knocked down Marquez on the fifth round. As a result, Marquez won the WBO Fighter of the Decade title. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
Manny Pacquiao: out-landed Juan Manuel Marquez, 94-52, in total punches, 68-41 in power punches.

Manny Pacquiao is one of the most humble champion we ever have. He admitted he was overconfident. Manny vows to go back into training and  fight again. Bob Arum says Pacquiao-Marquez 5 still possible. 

Juan Manuel Marquez: Knocks Down Manny Pacquiao in sixth round

Juan Manuel Marquez: Knocks Down Manny Pacquiao in sixth round
Manny Pacquiao was unconscious in the ring for almost 30 seconds when he was knocked down by Juan Manuel Marquez with a vicious right hand at the end of the sixth round Saturday night, putting a ferocious end to the fourth fight between the two boxers.
Manny Pacquiao had been down in the third round but knocked Juan Manuel Marquez down in the fifth and the two were exchanging heavy blows in the sixth round before El Dinamita threw a right hand that flattened Pacman's face down on the canvas at 2:59 of the sixth round.
The referee waived the fight to an end as Juan Manuel Marquez celebrated and the sold-out crowd at the MGM erupted. Manny Pacquiao was down for about two minutes before his handlers managed to get him up.

Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez Part IV

Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez Part IV

What more is there to say? Nothing. What more is left to do? Nothing. Who would have thought that there will be a fight for the fourth time between Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez? Did you happen to predict this? Not that I am complaining. But have you heard about the "sawa" factor? Anyway both boxers are looking as ripped and ready as ever when they had a weigh in last December 7, 2012.

The fight between the two great fighters will happen later this morning Pinas time ( Dec 9, Dec 8 in the US) live at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.  So stay tune for the live blog update!

Thursday, September 13, 2012

I can exceed my limitations!

I can exceed my limitations! Man is the only creature that strives to surpass himself, and yearns for the impossible - Eric Hoffer

My ultimate favorite sports hero is the pride of every Filipino worldwide- Emmanuel "Manny" Dapidran Pacquiao. He was born on December 17, 1978 in General Santos City.

Manny Pacquiao had successfully exceeded his own athletic limitations by winning eight-division World Championships in which he won ten world titles in the field of boxing!  Manny Pacquiao is the first ever Filipino Boxer to win the Lineal Championship in four different weight classes. Beat that! He exceeded everyone's expectation. Broke all records of all Filipino Boxers! For me, Manny Pacquaio is the greatest Filipino Boxer of all times.

He had come a long way from being a plastic bag vendor in Polomolok, South Cotabato, where he spent a year during his elementary days helping out his aunt.

Manny Pacquiao is an epitome of a Filipino who dream big and exceeded not only his own expectation but by that of everyone else. Manny Pacquiao's success is tremendous that I doubt it, if any Filipino could follow in his footsteps for the next 100 years.

Manny Pacquiao's workout are focused on the development of these three things:
  1. Speed
  2. Power
  3. Intelligence
As we all know, Manny always knocks out his opponent early in the rounds. But he had also showed the world that he can last up to the last round. He has an amazing stamina, strength skills and speed.

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A little trivia: When I created this blog way back in 2009, would you believe that I posted not about my travels but the live streaming videos of my favorite boxer Manny Pacquiao's fight?

I believe, that just like me, Manny Pacquiao also make sure that he has an odor protection in any sport/athletic/fitness activity he does be it boxing or basketball. Of course, he doesn't want to be labeled as the one with a rotten smell. Geez!
I personally use safeguard, so my confidence in the product is really high. Remember, Safeguard Active won’t let bad hygiene distract you from exceeding your athletic limitations and in beating your personal best!
Having an active lifestyle, one should not forget about proper hygiene. You can do all physical sports and at the same time not letting bad hygiene stop you!

Interesting fitness tips and activities of Manny Pacquiao from boxing insider:
  • Warm up!
  • Stretch before and after each workout.
  • Keep your posture straight always.
  • Make sure you are doing each exercise correctly, using good form.
  • Begin low.  
  • As you gain strength, increase reps first.
  • Make sure you exercise all muscle groups equally.
  • Exercise larger muscles first, then smaller ones. The reason behind this is that larger muscles takes more energy to work, so you want to work them at the beginning, when you are all fresh and relax. 
  • Rest is essential. Strength training causes microtrauma to the muscles; healing this microtrauma is what builds muscle tissue and strength. It takes 24-48 hours after a workout for the healing to be complete, so it’s important to rest each muscle group for 24-48 hours between workouts. 
  • No pain. Period. Pain during a workout is a sign that you are using incorrect technique, that you have some prior injury or that you are overtraining. Pain after a workout is a sign of overtraining. It is normal to have some mild soreness for 24-48 hours after your first few workouts, but pain that is more severe, that persists past 24 hours or that continues as you get stronger suggests that you may have an overtraining injury.
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Monday, June 11, 2012



I bet each and everyone of you have heard about the CONTROVERSIAL CROWNING of
Timothy  Bradley as the 2012 WBO WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPION.

Timothy Bradley said to have defeated Manny Pacquiao in a 12-round boxing match last June 9, 2012 in MGM Grand Arena in Nevada, USA.

If you had watch the fight, it is noticeable that Manny Pacquiao seemed to dominate the fight against Timothy Bradley from the opening round until the middle round. While there were a few (3-4) rounds that seemed like that could be scored for Bradley, it seemed impossible by the time the final bell had sounded that Timothy Bradley had done nearly enough to take a decision but unfortunately that's exactly what happened.

Manny Pacquiao's hard straight left landed on Bradley's face almost all night long from the early to middle rounds. 

Manny's powerful blows were certainly more telling than Bradley's much lighter shots. Beyond the quality and power of the shots landed, Pacquiao dominated in terms of actual punches landed and accuracy.

Manny Pacquiao landed better, bigger, monster punches that rocked Timothy Bradley. See Video!

Manny Pacquiao landed 253 out of 751 thrown whereas Bradley landed only 159 out of 839 thrown.

This is clearly the worst decision ever that the Nevada Athletic Commission had made. Keith Kizer, executive director of the Nevada Athletic Commission should overturn the judges decision and suspend the two judges who declared Bradley as the winner.

"I've never been as ashamed of the sport of boxing as I am tonight"-Bob Arum
"Can you believe that? Unbelievable, I went over to Bradley before the decision and he said, 'I tried hard but I couldn't beat the guy."- Bob Arum

"He hurt me a couple of times with his left. He's a beast." - Timothy Bradley 
"I got my second wind in the sixth round I worked the angles, sticking and moving." - Timothy Bradley  

"He never hurt me with his punches, most of them landed on my arms"-Pacquiao 

"I did my best but I guess my best wasn't good enough." - Manny Pacquiao

Mark November 10, 2012 on your calendar that will be the date of the rematch between Manny Pacquiao vs.Timothy Bradley.

Video of Pacquiao vs. Bradley WBO Welterweight Title Fight

Video of Pacquiao vs. Bradley WBO Welterweight Title Fight 

Rounds 1 to 3

Rounds 4 to 6

Rounds 7 to 9

Rounds 10 to 12

Sunday, June 10, 2012


Top Rank BOB ARUM'S REACTION regarding Nevada judges vote in lopsided split decision:
"I've never been ashamed to be associated with the sport of boxing - tonight I am. "

Manny Pacquiao loses WBO World Welterweight title toTimothy Bradley

Early on in the fight, Pacquiao fired off punches that were landing with shocking precision on Timothy Bradley's face.

Supporting pictures below:

So how come Manny Pacquiao lost his WBO World Welterweight title to Timothy Bradley by a split decision?

The result was highly criticized by celebrities and everyone else in social media be it in twitter or facebook. Top Rank CEO Bob Arum called out the judges saying they "didn't know how to score."

Here are some questions that runs through everyone's brain:
How  the hell did the judges score the fight?

Jerry Roth is the only judge who scored the fight in favor of the People's Champ, 115-113. Both CJ Ross and Duane Ford scored it 115-113 in favor of Desert Storm.

How did the rest of the sports world score the fight?

Fox Sports: 119-100 for Pacquiao
LA Times: 117-111 for Pacquiao
Guardian UK: 117-111 for Pacquiao
ESPN (Dan Rafael): 119 - 109 for Pacquiao
Compubox: Pacquiao outlanded Bradley 253-159 in total punches.
Manny landed more punches in 10 of 12 rounds.
Picture from rappler
According to HBO (Harold Lederman): #Compubox:
Total punches landed/thrown in bout: Pacquiao 253/751, Bradley 159/839

#LedermanCard 119-109 Pacquiao 116-112 Pacquiao

Eastside Boxing: 118-110 Pacquiao

Rappler also scored the fight 119-109 in favor of the 8-division world champion. 

Thrash those statistics! Pacquiao loss was fixed, so there can be a huge & profitable rematch! Boxing is big business in  LasVegas, USA.

Everyone wants to see manny avenge this loss. They could cash in again with the rubber match should Manny win the 2nd fight.

So who really won?  The promoter Bob Arum, MGM, Manny Pacquiao with Guaranteed $26 Million, Bradley $5 Million


Winner by split decision.
I don't know how the judges came up with the score. Considering Bradley did not land any solid punch on Manny Pacquiao.
Manny Pacquiao (54-3-2 38 KOs) is favored over Timothy Bradley (28-0 12 KOs) before the fight. The underdog Bradley did not land any solid punch on Manny Pacquiao. When the commentators said that Timothy Bradley won by split decision and only God know's how, they suddenly stopped talking for a minute or two. They too, were overwhelm how in the world did the judges came up with their decisions.
As everybody knows, Timothy Bradley was the underdog at the start of the fight. The odds heavily favor the Pacman at -450 and plus +350 for Timothy Bradley. This means a $450 bet on Pacquiao will earn $100, while a $100 bet on Bradley will earn $350.

But then again maybe it was so boring already, when a boxer is undefeated for seven straight years. And no known boxer can match him in upcoming fights so they need to manipulate the results to level off the playing field. Do I smell a rematch?
 Here's the CompuBox Numbers from abscbn:

 Manny lands 34% (253/751), Bradley lands 19% (159/839).

 Manny landed more in 10 of 12 rounds 

On a happy Note! Don't despair dear readers Manny Pacquiao still wins in terms of PPV, endorsements, prize money, etc. He is the happiest loser in the block. And we are talking about money in million of dollars! Hurray! Panalo pa rin ang pinoy boxer natin!



Yes, this is the moment!  I hope everyone can see the fight live.

Will the team Bradley stop the seven-year winning streak of Filipino Pride Manny Pacquiao?

Let's all pray for Manny! Mabuhay ang Pinoy!

I am currently watching their fight here:

Sunday, May 6, 2012

Floyd Mayweather vs. Miguel Cotto round-by-round Review

Today, May 5, 2012 is the Floyd Mayweather vs. Miguel Cotto fight and here is MMA Fighting round-by-round Review:

Round 1: Cotto stalking but so far eating small potshots here and there from Mayweather. Short uppercut from Mayweather lands. Shovel punch from Mayweather lands, but Cotto still stalking. Cotto fires off a three-punch combo, but still he's taken more shots than Mayweather. MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 in favor of Mayweather.

Round 2: Mayweather nearly gets thrown out of the ring, but they're separated now and Cotto still pressing forward. Mayweather ducks a right hand and now they're separated. Cotto crowding Mayweather and landing a few shots on the inside. Now a left hook for Cotto as Mayweather lays back against the ropes. Now Mayweather opening up a little. MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Cotto (19-19 overall).

Round 3: Cotto trying to close the distance and he's getting peppered with the jab by Mayweather plus a flush right hand. Cotto pressuring Mayweather against the ropes, but still hits mostly nothing but air. Now Mayweather finding gaps to land. Nice jab by Cotto. Mayweather with a straight right. Left jab again for Cotto. MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Mayweather (29-28 overall).

Round 4:
Several hard right hands from Mayweather find the mark in open space. Cotto tries to corner, but Mayweather won't be caught and lands a right hand of his own. Now Cotto doing a better job of cornering Mayweather, but not able to land much of anything. Cotto does manage to find some left hands while Mayweather is against the ropes, but he's still in control. MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Mayweather (39-37 overall).

Round 5: Cotto putting up a better fight than expected as again he's pressuring Mayweather into the ropes. Cotto trying to do body work, but a lot of it is being blocked and he eats a right hand. Cotto eats a few punches, but he's still pressuring forward on Mayweather. It's not clear how much he's landing. Nice left hook from Cotto. Now both fighters trading punches even if Mayweather's getting the better of it. MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Cotto (48-47 overall for Mayweather).

Round 6: Lunging leap for Cotto with a left and now a right. Cotto digs to the body and eats a right for his efforts. Nice jab from Cotto. Two nice jabs from Cotto have Mayweather bleeding. Left hook from Cotto at the last second lands. Cotto is able to find the jab, but now Mayweather is stalking. MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Cotto (57-57 overall for tie).

Round 7: Left hook to the body from Cotto to start the frame. Now a left hook for Mayweather. Cotto lands an uppercut on the inside. Short right finds the mark for Cotto. Cotto chasing Mayweather into the corner, but can't get it and Mayweather circles out. Mayweather landing much more this round. Cotto lands a left to the body, but that's probably Mayweather's round. MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Mayweather (67-66 overall for Mayweather).

Round 8: Cotto going back to the body and pressuring Mayweather into the ropes. Cotto's getting through a little bit now. Both fighters trading punches and Mayweather's off the ropes now. Both fighters trading left hooks in the center of the ring now. Cotto is almost bullying Mayweather now. Easy round for Cotto. MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Cotto (76-76 overall for the tie).

Round 9: Cotto still trying to pressure Mayweather into the ropes, but so far nothing doing. Mayweather lands a right. A lot of inside fighting as Cotto is trying to essentially push Mayweather into the ropes and is so far unsuccessful. Mayweather with a few short rights, but Cotto fires two hard lefts. Mayweather landing nice left uppercuts. MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Mayweather (86-85 overall for Mayweather).

Round 10: Cotto still trying to back him up and there's a lot more clinching this round. Mayweather is firing back with an overhand right, but eats a jab. Now fires his own jab. Close, close fight. Cotto with all the ring generalship here, but not landing any heavy shots. MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Mayweather (96-94 overall for Mayweather).

Round 11: Mayweather with a right straight to open the frame. Cotto leaping in to close distance and some of the shots are getting through. Cotto backing Mayweather into the ropes. Short left from Mayweather sneaks in against the ropes. Mayweather starting to get the better of this inside fighting. Nice left hook from Cotto. Mayweather finds two short rights. MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Mayweather (106-103 overall for Mayweather).

Round 12: And again, Cotto goes right back to the pressure. Now they're talking to each other. Mayweather punching his way out pressuring, but not doing so unscathed. Left hook ripped to the body by Cotto. Cotto got staggered by an uupercut and his legs wobbled. Mayweather fires off two more punches and now he's dancing. Cotto still pressing forward, however. Fight ends there. MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Mayweather (116-112 overall for Mayweather).                                      

New WBA and WBC diamond light middleweight champion Floyd Mayweather.                         
Source: MMA Fighting

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Jinkee Pacquiao confirms Manny Pacquiao's fight vs. Floyd Mayweather

Good News Fellow boxing enthusiast! The much-awaited dream fight featuring the world’s best pound-for-pound boxing champions Manny Pacquiao and undefeated American boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. appears to be certain this year. 

The fight will take place on June 5 according to Jinkee Pacquiao,  wife of Manny Pacquaio and will likely generate one of the biggest purses and television audiences in boxing history. 

In a 24Oras interview by Nelson Canlas, Jinkee said her husband personally confirmed the news to her adding that the fight may take place on either May 5 or June 5, 2012. But most probably it will be on June 5, 2012.

Monday, December 12, 2011

Brian Viloria crashes Giovani Segura

Brian Viloria retained his World Boxing Organization flyweight crown after stopping Giovani Segura via technical knockout just 29 seconds into the eighth round earlier today, Sunday, December 11, 2011 at the Ynares Sports Center in Pasig City. 

Brian Viloria found a deadly weapon in his left hook. A crushing left hook from Viloria landed on Segura’s severely swollen right temple, causing the Mexican to careen out of control and the referee had to stop the fight.

It was the fourth straight triumph of Viloria, who remained in tip-top shape after a six-month break, as he upped his record to 29-3-0 with 17 knockouts.

The 31-year-old Fil-American shook off opening-round jitters as he controlled the 29-year-old Mexican from the second round with his vicious left hooks and solid shots to the body.

Viloria continued to dominate and in the seventh round, a stoppage was inevitable as the Hawaiian Punch pounced on a lump in Segura’s temple that swelled up to his forehead in a gruesome sight.

Viloria, though, had his fair share of bruises as he suffered a cut in his left eye in the earlier round.

Segura, who skipped the post-game presses after he was rushed to the hospital shortly after the fight, claimed his second loss with 28 wins, 24 knockouts, and a draw.                                                                                                Source: Inquirer 

                                                                                                                                                    PHOTO BY AUGUST DELA CRUZ

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Pacquiao Vs. Mayweather on May 5, 2012

The possibility of boxing’s richest fight ironically came up in the aftermath of Manny Pacquiao’s controversial win as he challenged unbeaten Floyd Mayweather Jr. to a showdown the world has long wanted to see.

“Let’s make it happen on May 5,” Pacquiao told sports analyst Max Kellerman inside the ring as the Mexican crowd loudly protested the majority decision favoring the Filipino champion over Juan Manuel Marquez at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas last Saturday. 
“Let’s give the people a good fight. Let’s get it on,” said Pacquiao. The 32-year-old pound-for-pound champion stretched his win streak to 15 fights with the win, but lacked the overpowering form he had shown in seven fights since a previous controversial triumph over Marquez in 2008.

Mayweather, through adviser Leonard Ellerbe, announced two weeks ago that he would return to the ring on May 5 against the “little fella,” which should be no other than Pacquiao. If that fight happens, both fighters can make no less than $50 million each.

Promoter Bob Arum dismissed Mayweather having already set a date and site for the fight and Freddie Roach, Pacquiao’s trainer, said he has no business trying to set terms. “I’m kind of tired of Floyd. Shut up and fight or don’t,” Roach said. “He wants to dictate everything. Who is he to make the rules? Then he sends his gopher out to make a speech. Leonard Ellerbe, he’s a gopher. Floyd, speak up. Coming from Ellerbe, who gives a damn?”

After outpointing Marquez, Pacquiao said that he’s open to another fight with the Mexican but called on Mayweather’s name as well. He said he’s ready to take on any fighter his promoter puts in front of him. “It depends on Bob Arum,” he said. Twice, negotiations for the fight between Pacquiao and Mayweather bogged down. The fight may or may not happen, but what’s positive at least for now is Pacquiao calling Mayweather’s name.

Fourth fight possible
Pacquiao needed 28 stitches to close a cut over his right eye suffered in a 10th-round head-butt and had two judges who gave him the final round scored it the other way, the fight would have been scored a draw.

Arum dismissed Marquez’s talk that he might retire, saying the likely $10-million payday for a fourth fight could change his mind and that he would try to stage a fourth Marquez-Pacquiao fight next May. Roach said he felt Marquez deserved a rematch before the pound-for-pound king faces Mayweather. If nothing else, the possibility of turning back to Marquez would give Arum some leverage in talks with Mayweather’s camp about terms for a long-sought fight that figures to bring each fighter about $50 million – if it happens.

Mayweather also faces an evidence hearing next month on felony charges of grand larceny, coercion and robbery from a 2010 incident with former girlfriend Josie Harris and two children. He faces up to 34 years in prison.

Money matters most
Just as Pacquiao’s side wants Mayweather to call out the Filipino star, Mayweather’s co-promoter, Oscar de la Hoya, told the Los Angeles Times that he basically wants to see Pacquiao call out Mayweather. “Mayweather wants the fight. If Manny wants Floyd, there’s nothing stopping that fight from happening,” de la Hoya told the newspaper. “Pacquiao fights for the people and the people want him to step up and fight Mayweather.”

Marquez, who claims three wins over Pacquiao but was handed a draw and two losses by judges, also dropped a 12-round decision to Mayweather in 2009 after the American ended a long hiatus. He said Mayweather’s defensive style could give Pacquiao trouble, creating a fight lacking the excitement Marquez helped make. “Commercially it will be a big fight but technically I think the style of Mayweather would get very complicated for Pacquiao,” Marquez said. Commercially figures to be what will matter most.

After the controversial 2008 fight, Marquez begged Arum for a rematch but Arum said no, waiting for a more profitable time. Even Pacquiao agreed that was the right move, in some ways undercutting the idea for a fourth fight now. “I don’t think the people were going to watch again right away,” the Filipino boxing sensation said last Tuesday about the timing of a rematch after the 2008 fight. “Boxing is a business. You have to make money.”

Mayweather might like his chances more against Pacquiao after seeing the Filipino hero struggle for the first time since he faced Marquez in 2008, but boxing history offers a cautionary tale about such judgments. Evander Holyfield lost to Riddick Bowe in 1995 and struggled to beat Bobby Czyz in May of 1996, helping entice Don King into booking Holyfield as a foe for Mike Tyson. Holyfield stopped Tyson in the 11th round in late 1996 and won a 1997 rematch, the infamous “bite fight,” by disqualification after Tyson bit Holyfield’s ears twice, tearing out a chunk of flesh the first time.

Pac-man: ‘I clearly won’
Looking back at the Marquez fight, which could have really gone either way depending on how you saw it, Pacquiao felt “it was very clear I won the fight.” It was a fight that was too close to call, and the judges gave it to Pacquiao, one of them scoring it a draw (114-114), and the two others calling it for the reigning WBO welterweight champion (115-113 and 116-112).

Marquez felt he was robbed in the same manner he was robbed the first two times they fought in 2004 and 2008. But ring experts close to the ring agreed that Pacquiao was the aggressor and did more to win the fight. “Marquez played it too safe and that was a big, big mistake,” said Emanuel Steward, who worked the HBO panel for the fight witnessed by a crowd of 16,368, and millions more from around the globe.

“I clearly won the fight,” said Pacquiao. The Pacquiao bus left Las Vegas for Los Angeles yesterday afternoon. It was half empty, and minus the Pacquiao couple, the boxer and his wife Jinkee, that normally occupied the front seats. Pacquiao decided to stay behind in Vegas to cool off with his wife, and according to his adviser, Mike Koncz, they’re scheduled to be back in Los Angeles Monday (today in Manila) because there’s a Hennessy photo-shoot lined up for the Filipino champion.

Koncz said he hasn’t spoken to Pacquiao about his immediate plans inside the ring, but said in a week or two there should be something worth telling. It could involve Mayweather or Marquez or anyone else who’s out there and willing to fight.

source: Philstar

Tuesday, November 15, 2011


Ayan para sa mga nagdududa sa pangbansang kamao natin na si Manny Pacquiao tingnan ninyo paano mangdaya ang manok ninyo na si Boy Tapak Marquez!

See the video here

Foot Stopper Trick by Juan Manuel Marquez

See pictures here:

Stat show Pacquiao's Victory over Marquez

Stat show Pacquiao's Victory over Marquez

                                                                                            Photo Source: Abs-Cbn

It is clear that our very own Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao won the fight. Congratulations Manny!  Now you know!

Stop doubting him and just be happy for our kababayan. He won fair and square! Stats won't lie!

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Pacquiao vs Marquez Part III

The Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao versus Juan Manuel “El Dinamita” Marquez third fight, also known as the Pacquiao vs Marquez III is finally set to happen on November 12 ,2011 (November 13 here in the Philippines) at the luxurious MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
Manny Pacquiao, born in Kibawe, Bukidnon and raised in General Santos city won the WBO Welterweight Title against Miguel Cotto on November 14, 2009. He successfully defended the belt against Joshua Clottey on March 13, 2010 and Shane Mosley on May 7, 2011. Now, Manny is going to defend the same welterweight crown against Juan Manuel Marquez.

Brace yourselves for yet another “Philippines vs Mexico” boxing event that you may call Pacman vs Dinamita as well, we all know what to expect if fighters from both countries collide don’t we?

What else but explosive fireworks!

Pacquiao and Marquez had met in the ring twice in the past.

The first time Marquez and Pacquiao fought atop the squared ring was hilarious! Marquez was kayoed thrice in the first round but Juan Manuel pulled him self up and stand his ground resulted to a controversial draw. 

The second fight, held four years after the first fight, ended in a controversial split decision victory for Manny.
On this third fight both of them are roaring to prove it to the public on who’s really the man between them.

During the HBO’s Pacquiao vs Marquez 3 24/7, both camps said they’re ready to go, and so they are. They have game plans already for this classic encounter. 

Freddie Roach (Pacquiao’s coach) said, the only satisfying win for Manny this time to KNOCKED Juan Manuel Marquez out and that will close the book into this. 

Hall of Famer Trainer Ignacio “Nacho” Beristain.(Marquez’ Trainor) is also very much aware of this plan from his opposition, but he himself trust his own fighter and promised to the public that they’ll do anything to win this fight.

Watch Pacquiao vs Marquez 3 Fight when they fight over the WBO welterweight championship and see if either Pacquiao (the 8 division champ) or Marquez will shocked the world.
The Pacquiao vs Marquez 3 promoted by Top Rank Promotions (or TR Boxing) is televised on HBO pay-per-view. Those who want to save a few bucks can choose to watch the fight at a nearby restaurant or bar, which offers live streaming that includes a free snacks or meal. The price range is from 200 pesos to 600 pesos per person.
The televised undercard of the Pacquiao vs Marquez 3 starts at 9 in the morning Philippine Time on November 13 but boxing fans are expected to come as early as 7 am just to get the front-row seats of the restaurant or bar.

SM Cinemas in the Philippines also offers live viewing of the Pacquiao vs Marquez 3. SM Mall of Asia in Pasay has been relentlessly promoting the fight so fans will watch inside their cinemas. The prices of the tickets are about P500, which already includes free snacks and coffee. SM Malls located in Bacolod, Iloilo, Cagayan de Oro and other parts of the country all offer live streaming of the Pacquiao vs Marquez 3 fight.
Do not miss this chance to watch the much-awaited Pacquiao vs Marquez 3 boxing match. All Filipinos are hoping that Manny will win on November but Mexicans are also praying that Marquez will emerge victorious. Americans and other races are going to watch the fight and they are desiring for another thrilling and entertaining fight.



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