Fans of Pacquiao reacted with relative silence and, at least on social media, appear to have accepted the decision.
The scoring review gave Jeff Horn backers a … Read more
Manny Pacquiao could get a bit of redemption following his upset defeat this weekend against Jeff Horn for the welterweight world title.
The unanimous decision by three judges in favor of Horn has been widely criticized.
Now the Sydney Morning Herald is reporting the World Boxing Organization has agreed to re-score the … Read more
A long awaited boxing match between Filipino welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao and Australian challenger Jeff Horn will take place at the “Battle of Brisbane” on July second, reports BBC.
The event will be held at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, which is expected to be filled with over 50,000 spectators. More than 150 countries … Read more
With Mayweather sitting at ringside in Las Vegas, Pacquiao defeated Jesse Vargas by unanimous decision Saturday night for the WBO Welterweight title.
Immediately speculation turned to whether a … Read more
By Louis Chan
AsAmNews National Correspondent
From the classic Thrilla in Manila in 1975 to his visit to South Korea to his worldwide charisma and courage to stand up in opposition to the Vietnam War and oppression of the underclass, Muhammad Ali, 74, … Read more
Manny Pacquiao left no doubt in the third and tie-breaking fight with Timothy Bradley Jr. The Filipino boxer won a unanimous decision in his fight last night in Las Vegas, 116-110 by all three judges.
Witnesses say a man tried to assault boxing champion and Filipino icon Manny Pacquiao before the boxer’s aides stopped the attack, reports the Philippine Star.
The attempted attacked happened Sunday in Los Angeles as Pacquiao was leaving a Japanese restaurant.
Abac Cordero reported about the incident in a number of tweets after 10 p.m. … Read more
The physics of boxing: for every blow, there’s an equal and opposite blow
Soon-to-retire boxer Manny Pacquiao received a blow from Nike for homophobic statements he made this week.
Filipino boxing icon Manny Pacquiao has apologized for saying homosexuals are “worse than animals,” reports BBC.
The champion fighter who also is an elected member of the Philippines House of Representatives is running for the Senate.
In a televised interview with TV5 in his home country, Pacquiao said “It’s common sense. Will you see … Read more