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Rios vs Alvarado II: Will Alvarado even the score for a possible trilogy?

Rios vs. Alvarado II needs not to be hyped as much as the first match. The outcome from the first encounter was pure advertisement that promised nothing, other than action packed entertainment from...

Manny Pacquiao: The three knockout losses in his career

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The Filipino boxing fans and the fans of lone 8 Division Champion Manny Pacquiao around the world is still in the state of shock. Pacquiao was knocked out cold by Marquez in their fourth fight in MGM Grand, Las Vegas Nevada on Saturday, 8 December 2012. Pacquiao went down face first after Marquez landed a powerful counter right hand. Pacquiao was motionless for few minutes before he finally recovered. Like any other competition, in boxing there is always a winner and a loser. It is just happened that Pacquiao is in the losing end which is a rare sight for the Filipino boxing icon. In a span of 17 years as a professional boxer, Pacquiao defeated five times. He lost two by decision and three times by stoppage. Pacquiao was first knockout by a fellow Filipino—Rustico Torrecampo in February 1996. Pacquiao is undefeated at that time with 11-0-0 (KO 5) record in the flyweight division. A left hand to the body sent Pacquiao down and unable to continue. His eyes are crossed while grimacing in pain. Pacquiao’s second knockout loss was in the hands of Thailand’s Medgoen Singsurat while defending his WBC Flyweight title on September 1999. Singsurat already won in the scale for this fight as Pacquiao did not make it to the division limit at 112 pounds. A body shot knocked out the dehydrated young champion. After that defeat start the extraordinary journey of one the greatest boxer ever to lace a pair of gloves. Pacquiao move up from division after division bulldozing every opponent put in front of him. The Filipino whirlwind compiled 13 wins via stoppage and drawn two in 15 fights from 1999 to 2004 before losing to Erik Morales in 2005. One of the draw came from the first fight against his archrival and recent tormentor—Juan Manuel Marquez. The third loss was the most devastating of all as Pacquiao remain unconscious for few minutes. A knockout that put his remarkable career into question whether he will continue or retire. Continue here to watch video --http://shuttlepen.blogspot.com/2012/12/photo-via-google-images-filipino-boxing.html

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Pacquiao vs. Marquez IV: What would be Manny's perfect game plan against Juan Manuel?

Style makes fight.Freddie Roach transformed Pacquiao from a single fisted brawler into a well rounded fighter and he is dominating every single opponent that Arum put in front of him because of his...

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Floyd Mayweather Jr. and the Top Ten 2012-undefeated boxers inside my pound-for-pound list

Boxing fascinated me for so many years. I am watching fights every Sunday afternoon starting when I’m like six years old. However, there is one thing that I am keen on following about the sweet...

Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. fell short in his last hurray in the final round of the World Middleweight championship showdown with Sergio Martinez at the Thomas and Mack Center, Las Vegas Nevada,...

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Filipino Conqueror: Daniel Ponce De Leon to Fight World Title

Daniel Ponce de Leon, the hard-hitting southpaw, will be fighting for the word title against the reigning and defending WBC featherweight world champion Johnny Gonzales at the MGM Grand, Las...

Ward vs. Dawson Analysis: Did The Weight Matter?

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Andre Ward dominates fellow American Chad Dawson for the WBC and WBA Super middleweight title at the Oracle Arena, Oakland, California, United States. Ward now, 26–0–0 (KO 14) showed superiority early in the fight—knocking down Dawson in the third round. Since then, Ward is controlling the fight although Dawson 31–2–0 (KO 17) tries to counter. The end came in the tenth round when Ward sent Dawson to the canvass and unable to continue.

The best boxing judge is the boxers fists, knock your guy out, your the winner.. no questions ask

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The best boxing judge is the boxers fists, knock your guy out, your the winner.. no questions ask

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Ward vs. Dawson Analysis: Did The Weight Matter?

Andre Ward dominates fellow American Chad Dawson for the WBC and WBA Super middleweight title at the Oracle Arena, Oakland, California, United States. Ward now, 26–0–0 (KO 14) showed superiority...

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