Sunday, January 24, 2010



I had to wait until late in the evening for the replay to watch Viloria's fight because my baby might see the fight on TV and might imitate what she saw. So when she was sleeping i turn on the TV to watch the fight. I already know who won, but i had to see it with my own eyes what really happened. Brian Viloria lost his IBF world light flyweight title to Carlos Tamara. During the early round of the fight Viloria was leading, he was in control, showing patience and firing combination against Tamara's defense. Then came the 9th round, I dunno what happened to Viloria, was he thinking he was ahead of points and decided to just ran the time up until the last round? or was it he already ran out of stamina to continue, or was it the continued pressure from Tamara who was non stop and doesn't seem to run out of air. Then came the 12th round when Viloria look exhausted. He even trip on his own just by throwing a punch. When Viloria was not already fighting back referee Bruce McTavish halted the fight 1:45 in to the final round. It as painful to watch Viloria's loss but credit should also be given to Carlos Tamara who came in hostile territory, prepared and well conditioned.

When Viloria returned to his dressing room, he collapsed and was taken to the hospital. Although hes in stable condition for now, he will have to stay in the hospital for at least two days.

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Thursday, January 21, 2010



That is what Pacquiao next opponent Joshua Clottey is trying to say. Clottey will be vying for the Filipino pound for pound king's World Boxing Organization welterweight title on March 13 at the Cowboys Stadium in Texas. "Well, see he is beatable" Clottey said in an interview. "He has beaten all those guys out there so you would think he is unbeatable, But those guys are'nt the best defensive fighters."

Clottey who had previously attempted to win the same belt in June 2009 but yielded a close split decision to then champion Cotto. Clottey however expressed belief he wont suffer the same fate as Cotto and other Pacquiao victims.

Clottey though admitted that Pacquiao's reputable punching power would be a concern.

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Monday, January 18, 2010



Well its like what they say, fame comes with a price. Purefoods star player James Yap has been followed with rumors, especially since he's married to Kris Aquino.

At the latest is about the female fan named Mayen Austria. James Yap finally talked about the "confrontation" between his wife Kris Aquino and the female fan, Mayen Austria.

He defended his wife against her critics. He also stressed Mayen is not his girlfriend.

This was the second time Kris and James made headlines. In 2007, they went through a rough patch over Jame's rumored romantic affair with Hope Centeno, one of the receptionists at the Belo Medical Clinic then. Yap denied the rumors.

Kris decided to leave their house together with their two sons and stay with her sister Pinky for the meantime. But she clarified they have not formally split up, and that they are just taking some time off to sort out their problems.

James Yap better sort things out, the PBA elimination round is about to end this week, and they still have a game left against Sta Lucia Realtors.
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Monday, January 11, 2010



There will be a fight on March 13, but it won't be against Floyd Mayweather. It will be against Josjua Clottey ina welterweight bout.

Since the Mayweather fight didn't push through, Arum moved to the next opponent, and landed a lucrative fight for Pacquiao.

Arum said he has finalized the deal to match Pacquiao against Joshua Clottey.
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Friday, January 8, 2010



I posted last year that this mega fight is on, and it will be the fight of the decade. But to my dismay, it did not. Sorry for all my readers who read that post, maybe it was just the excitement in me to have read in a newspaper that the fight is on. But who else wont be excited about this fight, the whole world want to see this match. But as of my readers Mel Avila Alarilla commented

It is not yet officially on per se. Although Manny Pacquiao and Bob Arum agreed on principle to stage the fight on March 13, 2010. As long as no official contract has been signed by Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr., we can never say that the fight is already on. For all we know, Mayweather may chicken out and wriggle out of the match. Thanks for the post. God bless.

And yes you're right Mel, It looks like Mayweather did chicken out, because of his outrageous demands. His just making those demands as a scapegoat not to fight Manny Pacquiao.

As for Manny he said in a newspaper that “I am very disappointed that we could not make this fight for the fans and I am angered because of the false accusations from Golden Boy and the Mayweather camp that I used some type of drugs and that is why I have instructed our American lawyers to proceed with the lawsuit to clear my name,” said Pacquiao.

Well said Manny.
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Wednesday, January 6, 2010



Brock Lesnar the UFC Heavyweight champion who withdraw from a title defense against Shane Carwin, due to diverticulitis.

"This week Brock Lesnar is going back to the doctor, getting fully checked out by one of the best doctors and hospitals in the world," relayed UFC president Dana White.

"If the doctors say things are going well and things are going in the right direction then maybe we're a few months away from him coming back. If it's not going in the right direction, he'll either be done and have to retire or he'll be out for a couple of years. So hopefully we get good news .

I hope it goes well, well surely miss Brock in the Octagon.

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