Thursday, May 19, 2011

Strikeforce's 'King Mo' says Mosley should retire, takes Pacquiao over Marquez Continue reading on Strikeforce's 'King Mo' says Mosley should retire, takes Pacquiao over Marquez


 Former Strikeforce light heavyweight champion "King Mo" Lawal recently shared his opinions about Manny Pacquiao including the fight against Shane Mosley and his predictions for an encounter with Juan Manuel Marquez. Lawal, who's still considered one of the top light heavyweights in MMA, stated that Mosley should retire just like Randy Couture. According to Lawal made the following comments:

"Mosley just looked like an old fighter. The fight was bad cuz Shane looked older and didn't pull the trigger. He is a great fighter and should step out of the game like Randy (Couture) did." read more...






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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Pacquiao vs Mosley Fight Pictures

Here's the Pacquiao vs Mosley fight pictures which I have get from Robert Torres photo galleries. Here you can see how Manny hit the fatal part of Mosley's body. Again, Congratulations Manny Pacquiao! We are so much proud of you.




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Manny Pacquiao - Who's Next?


On the morning Manny Pacquiao was to fight Sugar Shane Mosley, his promoter, Bob Arum, was locked in a meeting with Pacquiao’s likely next opponent, Juan Manuel Marquez. It was a better use of Arum’s time than Mosley would make of his that night.

After Pacquiao sent Mosley to the floor for only the second time in his career with a sharp right jab followed by a stinging left cross in the third round of their WBO welterweight title match, the fight was over. Mosley got up but he was finished fighting. Although the bout would drag on for nine more rounds as the crowd of 16,412 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena booed ever more lustily, for Mosley it had become not a boxing match but a pay-per-view episode of “Survival.’’

“I wasn't going to take those kinds of risks," Mosley incredibly said after the fight. “Manny’s punching power is a little different. You never know what could have happened. read more...






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Monday, May 16, 2011

Pacquiao says no to RH bill


MANILA, Philippines - Filipino boxing icon Manny Pacquiao arrived back in Manila today after successfully defending his World Boxing Organization title against Sugar Shane Mosley last week.

Pacquiao arrived with his wife and his usual entourage at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport at 6:35 a.m. via Philippine Airlines flight PR 103. The boxing icon was welcomed by his children, friends and supporters.

During a brief press conference at the airport, Pacquiao denied rumors that he was using steroids. He said the rumors can be belied by drug tests conducted before and after the fight.

He added that his lawyers are studying the possibility of filing charges against the people behind the rumor.

Setting aside the negative, Pacquiao and his wife Jinkee announced the good news.

They said Paris Hilton is visiting the Philippines in three months and they already have the Hermes bag for Mommy Dionesia, who is celebrating her birthday on Sunday. read more...






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Thursday, May 12, 2011

Mayweather and Pacquiao: Chicken Mayweather Needs to Shut Up or Fight


This article is going to be short and not so sweet. Today I got a blast of boxing e-mails touting information on Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao and like a chump, I bit.

I rarely bother reading anything about the little Chickenboy these days because it's always the same. Narcissistic tweets bleating about how great he he is, and how if he fought anybody he'd win, etc.

Two problems, Floyd.

First of all, you never say anything new or interesting. Which makes you a crushing bore.

Second, real fighters do their talking in the ring, and you don't fight these days.

From now on there should be a moratorium on all articles about Floyd "Chickenboy" Mayweather, Jr. read more...





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Monday, May 9, 2011

Pacquiao Vs Mosley - Manny Pacquiao Wins By Unanimous Decision

This will be an addtional to history. History of boxing where a simple Filipino boxer mark a greatest win over the great fighter Shane Mosley. Manny Pacquiao get the other title which bring the Filipinos into higher stand. We are so much proud of him. He is the best fighter of the decade. Now the question is who will be the next man challenge to fight Pacquiao? It would be Mayweather Jr.?

Manny Pacquiao successfully defended his World Boxing Organization (WBO) welterweight title by outpointing Shane Mosley in their 12-round fight in Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday (Sunday in Manila).

Judges saw the fight 119-108, 120-108 and 120-107 in favor of the 8-division champion from the Philippines.

Pacquiao now has a record of 53 wins, 3 losses and 2 draws.

Mosley, who won several world titles in 3 weight classes, dropped to 46 wins, 7 losses and 1 draw.

Here's a round per-round-report of the fight:

Round 1

Both fighters started the fight warily as they studied each other's style.

Mosley attacked Pacquiao but the latter put up his defense.

Looking nervous, Mosley followed his attack with more jabs. He then threw a left hook.

Pacquiao retaliated with a body punch then threw jabs to keep Mosley away. He followed these with a looping left that missed Mosley.


Round 2

Pacquiao threw a right hook then a left straight.

Mosley threw a right hook which Pacquiao evaded. The Pacman lost a bit of balance in the process.

Pacquiao then connected with a strong left to the body which Mosley received well. Both fighters' heads almost clashed in the process.

As the fight resumed, Pacquiao connected with a right hook which stunned Mosley.

Pacquiao then went to Mosley's body and then the head.


Round 3

Pacquiao then worked with his jabs. He threw a long left but Mosley moved away. Pacquiao threw a left again, which seemingly hurt Mosley.

At this point, Pacquiao was dictating the pace.

He threw a jab and boom! He connected with a powerful left straight that sent Mosley crashing down!

After a few count from referee Kenny Bayless, Mosley stood up. Pacquiao connected with a left again as Mosley moved away. The American then clung to Pacquiao to survive the round.


Round 4

Now aware of Pacquiao's power, Mosley put his hands up for defense.

Mosley was clingling this time, prompting Pacquiao to shove the American away. Mosley slipped down the canvass, and stood up again.

Mosley became wary as Pacquiao stalked him.

Pacquiao tried to look for an opening. He successfully hit Mosley's head and body with several hooks.

Mosley tried to keep away from Pacquiao, boxing his way to safety.


Round 5

Pacquiao kept his hands up as the round began. Mosley looked tense.

When Pacquiao cocked a hand,  Mosley immediately ducked.

Mosley then used his jab to keep Pacquiao at bay. He then connected twice to Pacquiao's midsection, but the Filipino didn't seem affected.

Pacquiao then went back to action, rattling Mosley with a right hook.

Mosley clung and whispered something to Pacman. The referee separated them.

Pacquiao pressed his attack until the end of the round.


Round 6

Mosley seemed to regain his speed in this round, working his way toward Pacquiao with stiff jabs. Pacquiao, however, immediately retaliated with a looping left hand.

Mosley then countered Pacquiao, but the Filipino attacked with a 1-2 and then a left hand lead.

Mosley, once again, clung to Pacquiao as the Filipino pressed with another 1-2 that shook Mosley's knees.

The American again jabbed Pacquiao but the Filipino easily parried the punches.

Round 7

"He can't handle your speed," Freddie Roach told Pacquiao before Round 7 began.

Pacquiao threw left hand leads against Mosley.

Mosley retaliated with jabs but keeps failing to use his longer reach. Pacquiao continues stalking him.

The American tested Pacquiao's body but the Filipino answered with 6 rapid punches, causing Mosley to retreat.

Mosley again connected with a jab, only to receive another 1-2 from Pacquiao. The sound of Pacquiao's punches seemed to reverberate in the MGM Grand.


Round 8

Mosley's face looked already puffy by the 8th round. Pacquiao's face, on the other hand, was left unmarked.

Pacquiao threw a hook, which Mosley ducked. Mosley then came back with a big right hand.

Pacquiao moved forward, easily ducking Mosley's jabs.

Pacquiao threw a punch to the body then unleashed a hook on Mosley's face.

The Filipino was throwing punches from different angle. Mosley had limited answers.


Round 9

Pacquiao started the round with a double jab then rushed with a 1-2.

Mosley fired back as his head clashed against Pacquiao's. The referee checked both fighters and then allowed the fight to resume.

Pacquiao wasted no time connecting with his power left. He then unleashed a hook to the body, then again to the head.

When Mosley retaliated, Pacquiao rolled with the punches.

Pacquiao again tagged Mosley with a powerful left.

Mosley connected a double jab as the round ended.


Round 10

Mosley attacked with jabs but couldn't handle Pacquiao's speed. He reeled back from Pacquiao's 1-2-3. Pacquiao used his side-to-side movement to break into Mosley's defense.

Mosley clung on Pacquiao, threw a few punches that had the Filipino a bit off balanced. The American then gave Pacquiao a slight push and this sent the Filipino to the canvass. 

The referee apparently didn't see the push and ruled is as a knockdown.  Pacquiao protested.

The fight resumed with an angered Pacquiao upping the tempo.


Mosley held on to survive the round.


Round 11

Pacquiao's face showed grim determination in this round, wanting to end the fight soon.

Strong jabs from Pacquiao sent Mosley to the ropes.

Mosley pushed the action back into the center of the ring but was receiving a lot of punches from the anger-driven Pacquiao.

The American wisely used his defense and survived another round.

Round 12

The crowd inside the MGM Grand was already chanting, “Manny, Manny!”

Mad as a bull, Pacquiao pressed his attack and connected with a right hook.

Mosley then struck Pacquiao with a strong punch in the midsection. This seemed to hurt the Filipino, but Pacquiao was determined to carry on.

Mosley threw body punches against Pacquiao, but was booed by the crowd.

Pacquiao then connected with a left. He then connected with a punch to the body again to the head.

Pacquiao stalked Mosley until the final seconds. But he wasn’t able to knock down the evading Mosley.


End of the fight

The decision was then left to the judges. Mosley went to Pacquiao’s corner to greet the Filipino. The two warriors embraced after a long, hard-fought battle.

Showtime ring announcer Jimmy Lennon announced Pacquiao as the winner by unanimous victory!

Paris Hilton was the great fan of Pacquiao for the last pacquiao vs Mosley fight. Paris twitted that manny is an incredible fighter. Paris admire how Manny fight and how he knock down Mosley with out a foul play. We all witness how Mosley knowck down in the third round. Great job Manny!


Sunday, May 8, 2011

Congratulation Manny Pacquiao - Won Unanimous Decision vs Shane Mosley


Another golden build of success and pride. Manny Pacquiao won unanimous decision over Shane Mosley after finishing the last and final round 12. Mosley was down in the third round and recover it using his running strategy to avoid the punches of Manny.

Manny Pacquiao set the tone for a lopsided decision win after sending Shane Mosley down in the third round with a left straight. The force of the punch sent the 39-year-old Mosley crashing to the canvas as though he had been struck with a baseball bat. From then onwards, Mosley opted to stay away from Pacquiao’sfiring range, a tactic that did not sit well with the audience, who had wanted to see the Filipino become the first fighter to knock the durable Mosley out.

The fight was marred by an atrocious call by referee Kenny Bayless in the 10th round when he ruled a knockdown in Mosley’s favor although it was clear thatPacquiao was just off-balanced. Roach said Bayless came to him after the fight and apologized and Roach readily accepted the admission of guilt. For Pacquiao, it activated a switch button that ordered him to go after Mosley with the ferocity of a cheetah after a retreating gazelle.

“When the ref called a knockdown, I was surprised. I got angry,” said Pacquiao, who went the distance for the third straight time.
In the last two rounds, Pacquiao tried his best to end the fight on a knockout as he went after Mosley, throwing hooks, uppercuts, straights, and body punches. But Pacquiao could no longer find the same opening that resulted in a third-round knockdown. Despite Mosley’s seemingly-uninspired showing, promoter Bob Arum said it was all because “almost every fighter Pacquiao fights becomes helpless against him.”

“It’s difficult to become very competitive with him. Mosley and the others haven’t seen this power and speed. Nobody in their whole experience in the sport has ever faced anybody like 
Pacquiao,” said Arum.

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Manny Pacquiao is Finally Ready to Ramble

The time is come and finally Manny Pacquiao is ready enough to ramble. Filipino boxing champ and Saranggani representative Manny Pacquiao is all set for his bout with Sugar Shane Mosley on Sunday (Manila time). Video produced by Yahoo! Hispanic Americas.


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Friday, May 6, 2011

Only lucky punch will save Mosley vs Pacquiao


'Pacman loss would be like all 79 Navy SEALs vs bin Laden suddenly dying'

MANILA, Philippines - "Sugar" Shane Mosley will need all the luck he can muster if he even hopes to defeat 8-division boxing champ Manny "The Pacman" Pacquiao, a boxing analyst said Friday.

Speaking to radio dzMM, veteran sports writer and analyst Al Mendoza said Sunday's fight is such a mismatch that the possibility of Mosley scoring an upset against the reigning World Boxing Organization welterweight champ is a nigh impossibility.

"This is really a mismatch. He will be having a hard time landing that lucky punch especially with an opponent as fast as Pacquiao. Tsambang-tsamba na lang talaga. If Pacquiao loses, it's like all 79 Navy SEALs attacking Osama bin Laden suddenly dying," he said.

He said Pacquiao's blinding hand speed will easily overwhelm Mosley. read more...





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Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Pacquiao vs. Mosley Predictions


The team has gathered and put down our official Pacquiao vs. Mosley staff picks and predictions, as we do for all of the big fights. Does everyone think that Pacquiao will take care of business like he's supposed to, or are there any writers on the site going with the big upset? Take a look at the official Pacquiao vs. Mosley predictions from the crew and see how it all stacks up.  

Rich Thomas: Speed isn't everything, but speed plus power is pretty close, and Pacquiao has that. Although Mosley might land the odd hard shot during the fight, I can't see him scoring with the short combo of hard punches he would need to deter Pacquiao. Coping with Pacquiao's lightning fists from all angles will force Mosley to cut his punch output, and if nothing else, that will pretty much dictate Pacquiao landing more leather and outpointing him. The more Mosley tries, the more he will get tagged. read more...








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Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Days Before the Pacquiao and Mosley Fight 2011

We all waiting for the judgemeny day. Pacquiao? or Mosley? Manny Pacquiao prepared so much.

It’s less than a week before the much awaited fight between Manny Pacquiao and Sugar Shane Mosley. It has been reported that the tickets are now sold out and this also means that many people really want to watch the clash between the two prized fighters in the boxing world today. Let us see who’s the better fighter when the two face each other in the ring on May 7.



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