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Now Or Never!

It’s beyond ridiculous what boxing fans have had to put up with the last five years as they have waited, pleaded, hoped and, in some cases, even prayed for a bout between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. 1,410 more words


Pressure! Oh The Pressure!

Manny Pacquiao is done taking the high road, tired of pretending he doesn’t care.

At long last he has Floyd Mayweather Jr. right where he wants him. 756 more words


Big injustice for boxing if Floyd vs Pacman is off

“Boxing is the ultimate challenge. There’s nothing that can compare to testing yourself the way you do every time you step in the ring.” Sugar Ray Leonard… 801 more words


KO remains elusive for Pacquiao

By Alex P. Vidal

AS expected, Manny Pacquiao walked past unbeaten WBO light welterweight champion Chris Algieri, but failed to score the knockout demanded by his fans since November 2009, winning by a lopsided decision after 12 rounds to keep his WBO welterweight crown at the Cotai Arena inside the Venetian Resort in Macao, China. 223 more words


Another Rocky Bites the Dust

With 6 knockdowns on route to a lopsided 12 rounds unanimous decision, Manny Pacquiao (now 57-5-2, 38KOs) annihilated the “real Rocky” Chris Algieri in front of an electric crowd, with the original Mr. 1,033 more words


Pay Per Pew! Pacquiao Drops, Decision Algieri in Macau. The After Action Report.

A few months back, the boxing world was in a fury over Danny Garcia vs. Rod Salka. Garcia, one of boxing’s most recognizable fighters, was matched up against probably one of the softest opponents they could find in a light-hitting and immediately overmatched Lightweight in Salka and Golden Boy Promotions did everything they could to convince the public that it wasn’t as bad as it looked, even after Garcia steamrolled through Salka like everybody thought he would. 639 more words


Pacquiao dominates Algieri!

Story by: Robert Uzzell

Macao, China – Manny Pacquiao hit Chris Algieri with everything he had and did everything except score a knockout in his dominant performance last night. 213 more words

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