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Sunday, December 13, 2009

UFC fighters BJ Penn and Frank Mir credit and praise Manny Pacquiao

UFC fighters BJ Penn and Frank Mir credit and praise Manny Pacquiao

UFC fighters BJ Penn and Frank Mir credit and praise Manny Pacquiao
December 13, 2009 · Filed Under Featured, News, Videos
Fresh off of their impressive victories at UFC 107, Lightweight champion BJ Penn and former heavyweight champion Frank Mir had both mentioned Manny Pacquiao as an inspiration, Frank Mir credited his knock down punch of Cheick Kongo as “The Pacquiao” punch, the same type of overhand left that Pacquiao knocked out Ricky Hatton with.

Mir who looked like a heavyweight version of Manny Pacquiao in his Dec. 2008 fight against Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira, used the same tactics he used in the Nogueira fight against Cheick Kongo.

In an Article by Gareth A. Davies of the Telegraph, Frank Mir had this to say about his overhand left after his submission win at UFC 107 “It’s something we’ve been saying the whole training camp. We call it “The Pacquiao,” because Manny Pacquiao will step off as a southpaw and throw the overhand left. As soon as I hit Kongo I went to catch him with the uppercut and I didn’t see him, he was on the ground.”

BJ Penn dominated and defeated the durable Diego Sanchez by TKO. At the post fight press conference (video below) he praises Manny Pacquiao and compares his strategy to what Pacman does in the ring. Freddie Roach, Pacquiao’s trainer, has said in the past that BJ Penn has the best Boxing in all of MMA.

BJ Penn Compares Himself to Manny Pacquiao

Vitali Klitschko vs Kevin Johnson Fight

Vitali Klitschko vs Kevin Johnson Fight
Date: 12 December 2009

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+ BJ Penn Compares Himself to Manny Pacquiao
+ Diaz vs Malignaggi Fight (Rematch) Post-Presser
+ Vitali Klitschko vs Kevin Johnson Fight
+ Freddie Roach Updates On Pacquiao
+ Mayweather Vs Pacquiao Fight Analysis (After Pacqu...
+ Klitschko removes Johnson's eyeglasses during star...
+ Klitschko vs Johnson Fight Official Weigh In
+ Lamont Peterson: No Speedbag Sensation
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+ Amir Khan : 'Marquez, Hatton & Mayweather Will Be ...
+ Black guys picking Pacquiao to defeat Mayweather J...
+ Lamont Peterson vs Timothy Bradley. WHO YOU LIKE? ...
+ Manny Pacquiao vs. Cotto fight viewed in Wanchai H...
+ Mayweather talks about Pacquiao fight
+ Floyd Mayweather Jr: "No one has defeated me yet. ...
+ Pacquiao ignores Mayweather trash talk
+ Manny Pacquiao = COWARD?
+ Lopez Vs Luevano - Gamboa Vs Mtagwa Press Conferen...
+ Amir Khan To Be On Mayweather vs Pacquiao Fight Ca...
+ Jeff Mayweather On Mayweather vs Pacquiao Fight
+ Ana Julaton Defeats Donna Biggers for the WBO Supe...
+ Mikkel Kessler vs. Andre Ward Fight Recap
+ VITALI KLITSCHKO TRAINS FOR KEVIN JOHNSON
+ Cris Arreola vs. Brian Minto Fight KO in round 4
+ Paul Williams vs. Sergio Martinez Fight Controvers...
+ Pacquiao vs Mayweather Jr Set to Fight on March 13...
+ Pacquiao vs Cotto Fight Intro Video
+ Amir Khan vs Dmitriy Salita Fight Weigh-in
+ Pacquiao vs Mayweather could happen in Dallas, Tex...
+ Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao Fight Trailer
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+ ROY JONES JR vs DANNY GREEN Fight Weigh In
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+ Freddie Roach: Pacquiao May Face Yuri Foreman for ...

Sunday, November 15, 2009

The Yankees are interested in hosting a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight next spring

Pacquiao-Mayweather a Match Made in Heaven (or Yankee Stadium?)
NEW YORK TIMES by GREG BISHOP

LAS VEGAS — Three hours after Manny Pacquiao dispatched Miguel Cotto on Saturday night to capture his record seventh title in seven weight divisions, he jogged onto the stage at the Mandalay Bay Events Center.
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Pacquiao wore a bandage over his right ear, which had been drained, a fedora and the smile of a man who had just made at least $13 million and won his seventh title. But while Pacquiao and his band launched into “La Bamba,” the boxing world had already turned toward his next potential fight, against Floyd Mayweather Jr., a sure blockbuster if it happens.

“I get chills just thinking about it,” said Ross Greenburg, president of HBO Sports. “The reality is there’s only one fight to be made. We’ve waited a long time to get one of this magnitude.”

With the undefeated Mayweather and an international superstar in Pacquiao, the biggest draws in boxing, Greenburg said the bout would deserve a “Super Bowl-type stage.” That presents an enticing option, as early as next May — Yankee Stadium.

The Yankees are interested in hosting a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight next spring, according to a person in baseball who spoke on the condition of anonymity. There have been no formal discussions, and there will not be before an agreement is reached between the fighters, but high-ranking Yankees employees have told boxing officials of their interest.

The Yankees held a news conference for Pacquiao and Cotto this fall, part of the effort to showcase the Stadium as a multipurpose site. Yankee Stadium has three times the capacity of the MGM Grand Garden Arena, the site for the Pacquiao-Cotto fight, which holds just over 17,000.

Freddie Roach, Pacquiao’s trainer, said he believed Pacquiao and Mayweather would sell out Yankee Stadium. “That’s a fight the world wants to see,” he said.

Still, obstacles remain.

Mayweather used to fight for Top Rank Boxing, but when he left he said that Bob Arum, Top Rank’s chairman, shortchanges his fighters for money and opportunity. Arum did not hide his dislike for Mayweather on Saturday, but said personal feelings would not interfere with business.

Considered the best in boxing until he retired for more than a year, Mayweather made serious money after leaving Top Rank, in bouts against Oscar De La Hoya, Ricky Hatton and Juan Manuel Marquez. The Marquez fight surpassed one million pay-per-view buys, according to HBO, fueling Mayweather’s contention that he remains the biggest draw.

Early projections for the Pacquiao-Cotto fight, which ended with a 12th-round technical knockout, suggest pay-per-view buys in the range of 1.3 million to 1.4 million. A fight between Pacquiao and Mayweather would most likely surpass that and rank among the most viewed in boxing history.

“No matter who Manny fights right now, he’s going to draw a big crowd,” said Bruce Trampler, Top Rank’s matchmaker. “That’s the difference between these guys. Floyd needs a Manny. He needs a De La Hoya, a Hatton. And that’s no disrespect to Floyd. But one guy is an attraction and the other is a good draw.”

Perhaps. But boxing optimists hope that how the fighters would split the money will matter less than their interest in the total pot, which would be well into the tens of millions.

Arum said he planned to begin discussions Monday with Richard Schaefer, the chief executive of Golden Boy Promotions and the promoter for Mayweather’s last three fights. But the solution seems obvious at the outset, although in boxing, obvious does not always translate to a deal.

“There’s too much in the pot,” Greenburg said. “There’s too much of an opportunity here. Just take that big wad of money, all those millions, and split it down the middle.”

Greenburg labeled the likelihood of Pacquiao’s meeting Mayweather as great. He compared the level of interest in that fight to those staged in the 1980s by Sugar Ray Leonard, Tommy Hearns and Marvin Hagler.

Still, either Pacquiao or Mayweather, or both, could schedule another bout before they face each other. Greenburg called that prospect ridiculous and said just thinking about it made him ill. But as recently as last month, Roach said he wanted to fight Marquez, who had a controversial loss to Pacquiao.

As evidenced against Cotto, Pacquiao keeps improving and winning in punishing and dramatic fashion. Roach has developed Pacquiao into a devastating finisher. Pacquiao declined Saturday to compare himself to other boxing greats, but Roach did not hesitate, labeling Pacquiao “the greatest fighter of his era, for sure, 100 percent.”

That said, should Pacquiao and Mayweather never square off, their legacies will not be complete, Greenburg said.

“Pacquiao’s place in history is rising on a daily basis,” he said. “But he can only complete it by taking that next step. And it’s an obvious next step. Until he beats Floyd Mayweather, his legacy’s not cemented. And the same goes for Floyd, against Pacquiao.”

Michael S. Schmidt contributed reporting from New York.

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Saturday, November 14, 2009

Manny Pacquaio vs Miguel Cotto weight in

Manny Pacquiao (144 lbs) and Miguel Cotto (145 lbs) made weight without incident moments ago at an electric MGM Grand Garden arena packed with a frenzied crowd.

Manny Paquaio vs Miguel Cotto HBO 24/7 Episode 4

Manny Paquaio vs Miguel Cotto HBO 24/7 Episode 4

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Miguel Cottos arival in Las Vegas



PACQUIAO, COTTO ARRIVE IN VEGAS
BoxNews.com.ua / 11 Nov 2009 12:32

A mob scene-and-a-half greeted two world champions today at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

Manny Pacquiao got the mob scene, Miguel Cotto got the half, when the two made their grand arrivals at the venue where they will face one another Saturday night on HBO-PPV.

Around 11:30 a.m., Pacquiao made his entrance to a crowd that filled the casino’s front lobby. After speaking to TV media and greeting fans, he made his way to the Grand Garden Arena where, after testing out the ring, he sat down with print media for a 15-minute Q&A session.

One hour later, Cotto’s bus pulled up to the casino where a crowd, not quite so large, but just as loud, greeted the Puerto Rican champion. After a brief wave to the crowd and TV interviews, Cotto, likewise, was hustled to the arena where he will face Pacquiao on Saturday.

Both fighters proclaimed peak form and said they were unfazed by the hype surrounding the fight.

“I’m happy for that and understand this part of it all,” said Pacquiao. “I am focused on the fight.”

Despite diversions in the Philippines, Pacquiao said that training camp has been good.

“I’m, right now, ready to go,” he said, touching on the high altitude of camp in the Philippines, training with former champ Jose Luis Castillo and finishing up camp in Los Angeles at the Wild Card Gym.

Pacquiao shrugged off questions about Cotto being his toughest – biggest and strongest – opponent to date.

“I believe in myself,” he said, laughing. “I don’t want to say anything before the fight, but will wait until the ring.

“My motivation? I am fighting for the people who love boxing.”

How Pacquiao has been able to move up in weight, from 105 lbs., in his pro debut, to now fight as a welterweight, is still a wonder for the champ.

“It just happened,” he said. “I watch the tape [when a 105-pounder] and I’m a kid, cocky. I struggled to make weight and lost my flyweight belt because I couldn’t make weight.

“Now, I feel strong. Like David and Goliath, as an example. But if you believe in God and train hard, if you love your opponent and love everybody, it is good.”

As Pacquiao fended off questions about size and strength, Cotto was asked to explain how he would handle the Filipino’s speed.

“I’m prepared for the speed of Manny,” said Cotto. “I have equal hand speed and prepared well with my sparring partners.

“I’m prepared for anything.”

Though Pacquiao has left reviewing tapes to his trainer, Freddie Roach, Cotto says he has studied his opponent – mainly his first fights with Erik Morales and Marco Antonio Barrera.

“We have the key to the fight,” said Cotto. “Our camp has made the difference.”

When asked about who’s next, after Pacquiao, Cotto would not comment, but he did talk about those who are prematurely writing about a future Pacquiao-Mayweather matchup.

“Manny is the only thing in my mind right now,” said Cotto. “I don’t know what Manny thinks, but when we’re in the ring together Saturday night, he can think about whatever opponent he wants.

“It’s going to be just Manny and me and the referee. There’s nobody else.”

Source: fightnews.com

Monday, November 9, 2009

Manny Pacquaio vs Miguel Cotto HBO 24/7 Episode 3

Videos Yankees Ticker Tape parade on November 6 2009

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CLEANING UP

2009 H1N1 Flu by the Center for Disease Control

2009 H1N1 Flu

What is 2009 H1N1 (swine flu)?
2009 H1N1 (sometimes called “swine flu”) is a new influenza virus causing illness in people. This new virus was first detected in people in the United States in April 2009. This virus is spreading from person-to-person worldwide, probably in much the same way that regular seasonal influenza viruses spread. On June 11, 2009, the World Health OrganizationExternal Web Site Icon (WHO) signaled that a pandemic of 2009 H1N1 flu was underway.

H1N1 Influenza virus imageWhy is 2009 H1N1 virus sometimes called “swine flu”?
This virus was originally referred to as “swine flu” because laboratory testing showed that many of the genes in this new virus were very similar to influenza viruses that normally occur in pigs (swine) in North America. But further study has shown that this new virus is very different from what normally circulates in North American pigs. It has two genes from flu viruses that normally circulate in pigs in Europe and Asia and bird (avian) genes and human genes. Scientists call this a "quadruple reassortant" virus.

2009 H1N1 Flu in Humans

Are there human infections with 2009 H1N1 virus in the U.S.?
Yes. Human infections with 2009 H1N1 are ongoing in the United States. Most people who have become ill with this new virus have recovered without requiring medical treatment.
CDC routinely works with states to collect, compile and analyze information about influenza, and has done the same for the new H1N1 virus since the beginning of the outbreak. This information is presented in a weekly report, called FluView.

Is 2009 H1N1 virus contagious?
The 2009 H1N1 virus is contagious and is spreading from human to human.

How does 2009 H1N1 virus spread?
Spread of 2009 H1N1 virus is thought to occur in the same way that seasonal flu spreads. Flu viruses are spread mainly from person to person through coughing or sneezing by people with influenza. Sometimes people may become infected by touching something – such as a surface or object – with flu viruses on it and then touching their mouth or nose.

Can I get 2009 H1N1 more than once? Nov 5
Getting infected with any influenza virus, including 2009 H1N1, should cause your body to develop immune resistance to that virus so it's not likely that a person would be infected with the identical influenza virus more than once. (However, people with weakened immune systems might not develop full immunity after infection and might be more likely to get infected with the same influenza virus more than once.) However, it's also possible that a person could have a positive test result for flu infection more than once in an influenza season. This can occur for two reasons:

1. A person may be infected with different influenza viruses (for example, the first time with 2009 H1N1 and the second time with a regular seasonal flu virus. Most rapid tests cannot distinguish which influenza virus is responsible for the illness. And,
2. Influenza tests can occasionally give false positive and false negative results so it's possible that one of the test results were incorrect. This is more likely to happen when the diagnosis is made with the rapid flu tests. More information about flu diagnosis is available at http://www.cdc.gov/h1n1flu/diagnosis/.



What are the signs and symptoms of this virus in people?
The symptoms of 2009 H1N1 flu virus in people include fever, cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, body aches, headache, chills and fatigue. Some people may have vomiting and diarrhea. People may be infected with the flu, including 2009 H1N1 and have respiratory symptoms without a fever. Severe illnesses and deaths have occurred as a result of illness associated with this virus.

How severe is illness associated with 2009 H1N1 flu virus?
Illness with 2009 H1N1 virus has ranged from mild to severe. While most people who have been sick have recovered without needing medical treatment, hospitalizations and deaths from infection with this virus have occurred.

In seasonal flu, certain people are at “high risk” of serious complications. This includes people 65 years and older, children younger than five years old, pregnant women, and people of any age with certain chronic medical conditions. About 70 percent of people who have been hospitalized with this 2009 H1N1 virus have had one or more medical conditions previously recognized as placing people at “high risk” of serious seasonal flu-related complications. This includes pregnancy, diabetes, heart disease, asthma and kidney disease.

Young children are also at high risk of serious complications from 2009 H1N1, just as they are from seasonal flu. And while people 65 and older are the least likely to be infected with 2009 H1N1 flu, if they get sick, they are also at “high risk” of developing serious complications from their illness. See People at High Risk of Developing Flu-Related Complications for more information about who is more likely to get flu complications that result in being hospitalized and occasionally result in death.

CDC laboratory studies have shown that no children and very few adults younger than 60 years old have existing antibody to 2009 H1N1 flu virus; however, about one-third of adults older than 60 may have antibodies against this virus. It is unknown how much, if any, protection may be afforded against 2009 H1N1 flu by any existing antibody.

How does 2009 H1N1 flu compare to seasonal flu in terms of its severity and infection rates?
With seasonal flu, we know that seasons vary in terms of timing, duration and severity. Seasonal influenza can cause mild to severe illness, and at times can lead to death. Each year, in the United States, on average 36,000 people die from flu-related complications and more than 200,000 people are hospitalized from flu-related causes. Of those hospitalized, 20,000 are children younger than 5 years old. Over 90% of deaths and about 60 percent of hospitalization occur in people older than 65.

When the 2009 H1N1 outbreak was first detected in mid-April 2009, CDC began working with states to collect, compile and analyze information regarding the 2009 H1N1 flu outbreak, including the numbers of confirmed and probable cases and the ages of these people. The information analyzed by CDC supports the conclusion that 2009 H1N1 flu has caused greater disease burden in people younger than 25 years of age than older people. At this time, there are relatively fewer cases and deaths reported in people 65 years and older, which is unusual when compared with seasonal flu. However, pregnancy and other previously recognized high risk medical conditions from seasonal influenza appear to be associated with increased risk of complications from this 2009 H1N1. These underlying conditions include asthma, diabetes, suppressed immune systems, heart disease, kidney disease, neurocognitive and neuromuscular disorders and pregnancy.

How long can an infected person spread this virus to others?
People infected with seasonal and 2009 H1N1 flu shed virus and may be able to infect others from 1 day before getting sick to 5 to 7 days after. This can be longer in some people, especially children and people with weakened immune systems and in people infected with the new H1N1 virus.

Friday, November 6, 2009

Yankees Ticker Tape parade on November 6 2009

Yankees Ticker Tape Parade Today



Don't miss today's ticker-tape parade to celebrate the New York Yankees' World Series victory. Here's what you need to know about the Yankees parade in Lower Manhattan today:

* The parade will begin at Battery Place and Broadway at 11:00 a.m. and proceed northbound on Broadway, ending at Chambers Street/Worth Street.
* Large crowds will begin gathering along Broadway early on Friday morning (there were a few guys camped out already when I passed through at 10:30 last night). Give yourself time to navigate through the screaming mob.
* The NYPD may begin street closings on Broadway several hours prior to the 11:00 a.m. start of the parade. Pedestrians will be able to cross Broadway at the following locations: Exchange Alley, Wall Street, Cedar Street, Cortlandt Street, Fulton Street and Reade Street.
* Stick with public transportation if you're traveling to Lower Manhattan today. The following subway lines will get you to the parade: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, A, C, E, J, M, N, R, W, Z. Word from the MTA is that the 4,5,6 trains are likely to be packed and you may want to consider the 1, J, M, Z, R, or W for less crowded service.

Manny Pacquaio singing on Jimmy Kimmel live

Manny Pacquaio singing on Jimmy Kimmel live


MANNY PACQUAIO @ JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE

Manny Paquaio vs Miguel Cotto HBO 24/7 Episode 2

Manny Pacquiao appeared as a guest on one of America's most popular evening talk shows "Jimmy Kimmel Live"

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Celebrity boxer Manny Pacquiao appeared as a guest on one of America's most popular evening talk shows "Jimmy Kimmel Live", where he talked about his acting career, his training regimen, and where he gets his orange juice.

Here is the transcript of the interview, which aired on ABC:

Jimmy Kimmel: You've got a superhero character.

Manny Pacquiao: Oh, that's my movie.

(Audience laughs)

JK: What are Whapakman's powers?

MP: Everything.

JK: Everything? Can you fly?

MP: Yeah, I do my own stunts in the shooting.

JK: Can he get invisible?

MP: No but um...

JK: Oh, not everyting...

MP: (Laughs). Yeah a lot of things. It makes like a Superman, Spiderman, you know.

JK: You like acting? Is that what you want to do in the future?

MP: Aside from boxing, I like acting.

JK: So you're boxing, acting and you do some singing also.

MP: Singing.

JK: You've recorded an album? Another album, I hear?

MP: Yeah.

JK: It's usually not a good idea for boxers to record albums. You feel like it's a positive experience for you?

MP: We'll I'm enjoying doing it, you know.

JK: You're like the most popular guy in all of the Philippines, right?

MP: (Nods, then laughs)

JK: When you go back there, it must be crazy. You must not be able to go anywhere.

MP: People recognize me, they get excited. They want to take a picture.

JK: So it makes it difficult for you to go around?

MP: Yeah I can't go around... even to the mall.

JK: You can't go to the mall? Where do you get your "Orange Julius"?

MP: (Laughs) I send somebody to get it for me.

JK: I heard your entourage is enormous. How many men and women are in your entourage?

MP: A lot... like more than 30.

JK: More than 30? What are their jobs? Do they all have jobs?

MP: They have their own jobs... They are, have assignments.

JK: Each one has an assignment? Seems like someone could double up though, right? Like the one like, 'You're the guy who gets me coffee'?

MP: There's a guy who cook for me, wash my clothes, clean my room...

JK: All separate guys? And I heard you live with a lot of people, like, you live with 15 people in a place here in LA? Is that true?

MP: In my apartment. Not 15, it's like 8.

JK: Wow. that's a lot of people. You ever wish that you could be by yourself?

MP: Sometimes I'm thinking it's good to be alone.

JK: Just like Pam Anderson who lives in her trailer.

MP: (Laughs)

JK: You get to meet her at all?

MP: No.

JK: You're a married man, right? You have kids? How many kids do you have?

MP: The first one is Junior, the second one is Michael Stephen, the third one is Mary Divine Grace, and the fourth is Queen Elizabeth.

JK: Queen Elizabeth? Not THE Queen Elizabeth. Why did you name her Queen Elizabeth?

MP: Well, I like that name.

JK: Have you ever met the queen?

MP: No.

JK: I think that you'd be interested. You named your daughter after her.

MP: You know, it's kind of, I like to watch the movies you know...

JK: I think you mean Queen Latifa.

MP: (Laughs)

JK: You're training very hard. In fact, I find this very hard to believe. Is it true that this is a stick that, part of your training is you get hit with this stick?

MP: Yeah, it hurts.

JK: This is serious. yeah, (calls to man off-camera) come over here for a second. Beat Manny with this stick and let's see what happens.

MP: (Stands up. Man taps him with the stick at the abdomen, Pacquiao tries the same thing on JK)

MP: It's like a mind conditioning for the pain.

JK: It doubles the pain and desensitizes you? That's a bad idea i think... (audience laughs) You're fighting on Nov. 14, you're fighting a good fighter, Miguel Cotto from Puerto Rico. I think it's interesting that you haven't been bragging that you'd knock the guy out. You have respect for him as a fighter.

MP: Yeah, I respect Miguel Cotto. He's the champion for this fight and I'm the challenger. He's a good fighter also.

JK: You're going up the weight class to fight him.

MP: Yeah.

JK: It's a big fight and has many millions of dollars. Once you fight him, you feel like you would have done everything or you continue to fight?

MP: I don't know, it's hard to say right now. But this fight is very important to me because if I win this fight, it will be a history in boxing.

JK: Once you have $30-40 million in the bank, it seems like you've left this stick even less pleasurable.

The New York Yankees are the MLB World Series Champion for the 27th time.


The 2009 season.

The Yankees opened the new Yankee Stadium at the beginning of the 2009 season, which quickly acquired a reputation as a "home run-friendly" ballpark. The Yankees set a major league record by playing error-free ball for 18 consecutive games from May 14 – June 1, 2009.[28]

After the All-Star Break, the Yankees started the second half of their season 8–0, and would go on to have a 52–22 record through the rest of the season, finishing eight games ahead of the Red Sox in the AL East. They would face the Twins in the ALDS, who had just won the Central off a one-game playoff with the Tigers. The Yankees defeated the Twins in a sweep, and faced the Angels in the ALCS, a team which had eliminated them from the playoffs twice in the previous seven years. After losing two out of three in Anaheim, the Yankees won the series in Game 6 at home, clinching the American League Pennant. They defeated the Philadelphia Phillies in Game 6 of the World Series 7 to 3, to take the series 4–2, their 27th World Series title

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

The 2009 Holiday Toy List

This season’s hottest toys, video games, sporting goods, electronics, movies and more

* Apple iPod touch 64 GB (3rd Generation), $379.98, Age 12 and up
* Bakugan 7 in 1 Maxus Dragonoid, $44.99, Ages 5 - 15
* Barbie Pink 3-Story Dream Townhouse, $144.88, Ages 3 - 10
* Bop It, $15.00, Ages 8 – 18
* Crayola Crayon Maker, $29.99, Ages 8 – 15
* D-Rex Interactive Dinosaur, $148.88, Ages 8 – 12
* Eyeclops Mini Projector, $93.24, Ages 8 – 15
* Fender Starcaster Strat Pack Electric Guitar with Amp and Accessories (Black), $199.89, Age 12 and up
* Fisher Price Elmo's Tickle Hands, $24.00, Ages 2 – 6
* “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” (Blu-ray/DVD Combo + Digital Copy & BD-Live), $18.99, Age 8 and up
* Huffy Green Machine 2, $113.62, Age 6 and up
* Infantino Twist and Fold Activity Gym (Vintage Boy), $39.99, Ages 1 – 12 months
* Kodak Zi8 HD Pocket Video Camera (Raspberry), $149.99, Age 12 and up
* LeapFrog Zippity High-Energy Learning System, $79.97, Ages 3 – 5
* LEGO City Corner (7641), $59.96, Ages 5 – 12
* Liv Fashion Doll Sophie, $19.97, Ages 4 – 8
* Manhattan Toy Baby Stella Doll, $24.03, Age 12 months and up
* Matchbox Mega Rig Pirates Ship in Amazon Frustration-Free Packaging, $39.99, Ages 4 – 12
* Maxell M&M’s Earbud, $10.53, Ages 12 and up
* Mindflex Game, $74.99, Ages 8 – 15
* Monopoly City Edition, $29.41, Age 8 and up
* “Monsters vs. Aliens” (DVD), $16.99, Age 5 and up
* Nerf N Strike Elite Bundle (Nintendo Wii), $59.99, Ages 8 – 11
* New Super Mario Bros (Nintendo Wii), $46.99, Ages 8 – 11
* Nintendo DSi (Nintendo DS), $169.99, Ages 8 – 11
* Playskool Chuck My Talking Truck, $33.68, Ages 3 - 6
* Razor A Kick Scooter, $29.99, Age 5 and up
* Razor Rip-Rider 360 Drifting Ride-On, $89.87, Age 5 and up
* Scene It? Twilight Deluxe Edition, $28.24, Age 13 and up
* Schwinn Roadster 12-Inch Trike, $67.80, Ages 3 – 6
* Scribblenauts (Nintendo DS), $27.99, Ages 8 – 11
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Monday, October 26, 2009

New York Yankees won 2009 American League Championship and is headed to the World Series against National League Champs the Philadelphia Phillies


The New York Yankees, baseball's biggest spenders, finally cashed in with their first pennant in six years Sunday night, beating the Los Angeles Angels 5-2 in Game 6 of the AL Championship Series behind the savvy pitching of that old October pro, Andy Pettitte.

Next up, New York hosts defending champion Philadelphia in the World Series opener Wednesday night. Cliff Lee is expected to face ALCS MVP CC Sabathia in an enticing pitching matchup between former Cleveland teammates -- and the past two AL Cy Young Award winners.

Game notes
The Phillies won two of three at Yankee Stadium in May. ... Rodriguez has hit in 11 straight postseason games. ... The Yankees are 5-0 at home this postseason.




2009 World Series schedules

game 1 October 28 Philadelphia Phillies at New York Yankees Yankee Stadium
game 2 October 29 Philadelphia Phillies at New York Yankees Yankee Stadium -
game 3 October 31 New York Yankees at Philadelphia Phillies Citizens Bank Park - -
game 4 November 1 New York Yankees at Philadelphia Phillies Citizens Bank Park - -
game 5 November 2† New York Yankees at Philadelphia Phillies Citizens Bank Park - -
game 6 November 4† Philadelphia Phillies at New York Yankees Yankee Stadium - -
game 7 November 5† Philadelphia Phillies at New York Yankees Yankee Stadium

Manny Paquaio vs Miguel Cotto HBO 24/7 Episode 1

Manny Pacquiao vs Miguel Cotto 24/7 Episode 1 Video HBO - 24/7 RETURNS OCTOBER 24TH WITH PACQUIAO/COTTO. Four-episode series leads up to November 14th PPV Showdown.

Making his third '24/7" appearance, Pacquiao is expected to surround himself with a familiar contingent of family and friends as he trains with trusted longtime associate Freddy Roach. HBO reality series newcomer Cotto, who never ducks a challenge, is taking on his biggest fight yet with trainer Joe Santiago as they seek to set a strategy to unseat the widely regarded pound-for-pound champ.



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Saturday, October 24, 2009

Manny Paquaio is number boxer by Yahoo Sports top ten boxers for the month of October.


The Yahoo! Sports monthly ranks Manny Pacquiao number one who faces Miguel Cotto on Nov. 14 in Las Vegas in what is expected to be a high-paced bout, supplanted Floyd Mayweather Jr. for the top spot votes from the elite panel of boxing writers.




1. Manny Pacquiao


Points: 238 (13 of 25 first-place votes)
Record: 49-3-2 (37 KOs)
Title: Ring Magazine super lightweight champion
Last outing: TKO2 over Ricky Hatton on May 2
Previous ranking: 2
Up next: vs. No. 6 Miguel Cotto on Nov. 14
Analysis: A Pacquiao-Mayweather fight in 2010 could be the richest bout ever

2. Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Points: 233 (15 of 28 first-place votes)
Record: 40-0 (25 KOs)
Title: No title
Last outing: W12 over No. 6 Juan Manuel Marquez on Sept. 19
Previous ranking: 1
Up next: Nothing scheduled
Analysis: Was brilliant in one-sided beatdown

3. Paul Williams

Points: 165
Record: 37-1 (27 KOs)
Title: Interim WBO junior middleweight champion
Last outing: W12 over Winky Wright on April 11
Previous ranking: 3
Up next: Dec. 5 vs. TBA
Analysis: Can he fight and compete in three divisions simultaneously?

4. Shane Mosley

Points: 148
Record: 46-5 (39 KOs)
Title: WBA welterweight champion
Last outing: TKO9 over Antonio Margarito on Jan. 24
Previous ranking: T4
Up next: Welterweight unification fight with Andre Berto in January
Analysis: On outside looking in on Pacquiao, Mayweather sweepstakes

5. Juan Manuel Marquez

Points: 131
Record: 50-5-1 (37 KOs)
Title: WBA, WBO, Ring lightweight champion
Last outing: L12 to No. 1 Floyd Mayweather Jr. on Sept. 19
Previous ranking: 6
Up next: Nothing scheduled
Analysis: Had nothing to offer against Mayweather

6. Miguel Cotto

Points: 129
Record: 34-1 (27 KOs)
Title: WBO welterweight champion
Last outing: W12 over Joshua Clottey on June 13
Previous ranking: 7
Up next: vs. No. 1 Manny Pacquiao on Nov. 14 in Las Vegas
Analysis: Showed much moxie fighting for 10 rounds with deep gash above eye

7. Bernard Hopkins

Points: 115
Record: 49-5-1 (32 KOs)
Title: Ring light heavyweight champion
Last outing: W12 over Kelly Pavlik on Oct. 18
Previous ranking: T4
Up next: vs. Enrique Ornelas on Dec. 2 in Philadelphia
Analysis: Needs a win to set up pay-per-view bout in 2009 with Roy Jones Jr.

8. Chad Dawson

Points: 57
Record: 28-0 (17 KOs)
Title: IBF light heavyweight champion
Last outing: W12 over Antonio Tarver on May 9
Previous ranking: 8
Up next: Rematch with Glen Johnson on Nov. 7 in Hartford, Conn.
Analysis: Hopes to make statement with clear win over veteran Johnson

9. Arthur Abraham

Points: 43
Record: 31-0 (25 KOs)
Title: None
Last outing: TKO12 Jermain Taylor on Oct. 17
Previous ranking: NR
Up next: vs. Andre Dirrell on Jan. 23 at TBA
Analysis: Could become star in Super Six tournament

10. Wladimir Klitschko

Points: 33
Record: 53-3 (47 KOs)
Titles: IBF, WBO heavyweight champion
Last outing: TKO9 over Ruslan Chagaev on June 20
Previous ranking: 10
Up next: Nothing scheduled
Analysis: Recovering from surgery and won’t fight until early 2010

Thursday, October 22, 2009

New York Yankees needs to win one more game to go the the 2009 MLB World Series for the 40th time.



AL Championship Series
Gm. 1 NYY 4, LAA 1
Gm. 2 NYY 4, LAA 3
Gm. 3 LAA 5, NYY 4
Gm. 4 NY 10, LAA 1
Gm. 5 NYY@LAA Thu., Oct. 22 7:57 ET
Gm. 6* LAA@NYY Sat, Oct 24 8:07 ET

All games are shown @ Fox

It has become popular to begin comparing this Yankees team to the best of the dynasty years -- that 1998 championship club -- because of the resiliency displayed within 15 regular-season walk-off wins and now two more in the postseason.

While Girardi has deflected those comments by saying the 2009 Yankees must win the World Series to march among the best, there are those who want to believe this Yankees team is better equipped to raise the 27th championship flag than almost all of its predecessors from the last decade.

"The similarities are just good teams," Andy Pettitte said. "Good starting pitching, good bullpens. Obviously our lineups are a little bit better from the standpoint of power. We had great lineups from the standpoint of throwing at-bats at you, but our guys have unbelievable power and are throwing great at-bats at guys right now

Manny Paquaio to appear on Jimmy Kimmel live




Manny Paquaio to appear on Jimmy Kimmel live. He is schedulealong with Pamelad Anderson for taping on November 3 2009. The episode will be on television on the next day.

To get ticket follow this link.
http://www.1iota.com/events,4415,Jimmy-Kimmel-Live-Studio-Audience-.html#rectix

Pacquiao plans Vegas concert after Cotto bout



Fans of People’s Champ Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao in Las Vegas, Nevada are in for a treat next month.

Aside from his much anticipated bout with Miguel Cotto of Puerto Rico on November 14, Pacquiao is also hosting an after-fight concert at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino for his supporters.

Taking center stage with Pacquiao is “Britain’s Got Talent’s” semi-finalist Madonna Decena and her “Candy” band from the United Kingdom. Pacquiao is managing Decena’s singing career.

"Kung hindi maganda ang kondisyon ni Manny, I can fill in. So, kapag wala si Manny, if he doesn't feel like singing or kung ano man, ma-cut down man ang kanyang songs, at least may magfi-fill in sa kanya," Decena told abs-cbnNEWS.com in an exclusive interview.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Miguel Cottos homeland of Caguas Puerto Rico



CAGUAS CATHEDRAL




Caguas ]) (founded in 1775) is a city and municipality of Puerto Rico located in the Central Mountain Range of Puerto Rico, south of San Juan and Trujillo Alto, west of Gurabo and San Lorenzo, east of Aguas Buenas, Cidra, and Cayey.

Caguas is located 20 miles (32 km) (twenty minutes to an hour by car) from San Juan and 40 miles (64 km) (an hour and a half by car) from Ponce. It is known as El Valle del Turabo (Turabo Valley) or La Ciudad Criolla (The Creole City) and its name originates from the TaĆ­no cacique Caguax. Caguas is both a principal city of the San Juan-Caguas-Guaynabo Metropolitan Statistical Area and the San Juan-Caguas-Fajardo Combined Statistical Area.

AMAZON WIRELESS low pricing offers many of the latest phones for personal and business.



Amazon Wireless offers everyday low pricing on its huge selection of cell phones with service, free two-day shipping, and periodic promotional offers that waive activation fees to provide additional customer savings.

Sun Microsystems

Sun Microsystems, Inc. (NASDAQ: JAVA)[3] is a multinational vendor of computers, computer components, computer software, and information technology services, founded on February 24, 1982.[4] The company is headquartered in Santa Clara, California (part of Silicon Valley), on the former west campus of the Agnews Developmental Center.

Products include computer servers and workstations based on its own SPARC processors as well as AMD's Opteron and Intel's Xeon processors; storage systems; and, a suite of software products including the Solaris operating system, developer tools, Web infrastructure software, and identity management applications. Other technologies of note include the Java platform, MySQL and NFS. Sun is a proponent of open systems in general and Unix in particular, and a major contributor to open source software.[5]

On April 20, 2009, Sun and Oracle Corporation announced that they entered into a definitive agreement under which Oracle will acquire Sun for $7.4 billion.[6][7] Sun shareholders approved the acquisition on July 16, 2009. As of October 2009[update] the acquisition is pending regulatory approval.[8]

Sun's manufacturing facilities are located in Hillsboro, Oregon, USA and Linlithgow, Scotland

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDI


The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) is a United States government corporation created by the Glass-Steagall Act of 1933. It provides deposit insurance, which guarantees the safety of deposits in member banks, currently up to $250,000 per depositor per bank. The FDIC insures deposits at 8,195 institutions.[2]

New Deposit Insurance Limits - The standard insurance amount of $250,000 per depositor is in effect through December 31, 2013. On January 1, 2014, the standard insurance amount will return to $100,000 per depositor for all account categories except IRAs and other certain retirement accounts, which will remain at $250,000 per depositor. For more information visit: Deposit Insurance Simplification Fact Sheet.[3]

Insured institutions are required to place signs at their place of business stating that "deposits are backed by the full faith and credit of the United States Government."[4] Since the start of FDIC insurance on January 1, 1934, no depositor has lost a single cent of insured funds as a result of a failure.

This is going to be the best HBO 24/7 segment according to the people.



Episode 1 :HBO 42/7 schedule : October 24 10:15 ET/PT
Episode 2 :HBO 42/7 schedule : October 31 11:00 ET/PT
Episode 3 :HBO 42/7 schedule : October 24 9:30 ET/PT

Who would win if Manny Pacquaio and Floyd Mayweather fight according to Manchester Ricky Hatton.

Hatton, stopped in 10 rounds by Mayweather and two rounds by Pacman, had this to say when I asked him who would win if Pacquiao and Mayweather were to ever get it on:

“I’d like to think Manny would win. I’d hope he’d win because he’s a gentleman, really nice guy, family man. Everything about him I really admire. But as much as I don’t like Mayweather, he’s one hell of a fighter. Mayweather would probably pip him.”

Of course, Pacquiao must first get past Miguel Cotto

The Philippines national anthem in Pacquiao-Cotto bout will be sing by" La Diva"


Three artists, not just one, will sing the country’s national anthem in Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao’s much anticipated showdown with Puerto Rican Miguel Cotto on November 14 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The people’s champ confirmed to abs-cbnNEWS.com in an exclusive interview that “La Diva,” dubbed as the Destiny’s Child of the Philippines,” will sing “Lupang Hinirang” in the Pacquiao-Cotto “Firepower” clash.

The pop girl group is composed of “Pinoy Pop Superstar” champions Jonalyn Viray (soprano), Aicelle Santos (alto) and Maricris Garcia (mezzo-soprano).

Viray is the 1st grand champion of the singing contest, while Garcia is the 3rd Pinoy Pop Superstar champion. Santos, on the other hand, was a runner-up in the second season

INSIDER TRADING

Insider trading is the trading of a corporation's stock or other securities (e.g. bonds or stock options) by individuals with potential access to non-public information about the company. In most countries, trading by corporate insiders such as officers, key employees, directors, and large shareholders may be legal, if this trading is done in a way that does not take advantage of non-public information. However, the term is frequently used to refer to a practice in which an insider or a related party trades based on material non-public information obtained during the performance of the insider's duties at the corporation, or otherwise in breach of a fiduciary or other relationship of trust and confidence or where the non-public information was misappropriated from the company.[1]

In the United States and several other jurisdictions, trading conducted by corporate officers, key employees, directors, or significant shareholders (in the U.S., defined as beneficial owners of ten percent or more of the firm's equity securities) must be reported to the regulator or publicly disclosed, usually within a few business days of the trade. Many investors follow the summaries of these insider trades in the hope that mimicking these trades will be profitable. While "legal" insider trading cannot be based on material non-public information, some investors believe corporate insiders nonetheless may have better insights into the health of a corporation (broadly speaking) and that their trades otherwise convey important information (e.g., about the pending retirement of an important officer selling shares, greater commitment to the corporation by officers purchasing shares, etc.)

Illegal insider trading is believed to raise the cost of capital for securities issuers, thus decreasing overall economic growt

Friday, September 11, 2009

The Pacqaio vs Cotto boxing match is expected to be among the best fights in boxing history.


This boxing match is expected to be as an exciting and action-packed classic such as Hagler vs. Hearns and Ali vs. Frazier III produced by Top Rank. On November 14, Pacquiao vs. Cotto will join that list of boxing classics."

Accomplishments Of Pacqauio and Cotto:

Pacquiao (49-3-2, 37 KOs), of General Santos City, Philippines, has won six world titles in as many different weight divisions ranging from 112 to 140 pounds. His performance in 2008 was described as "Henry Armstrongesque," winning world titles at 130 and 135 pounds with victories over Juan Manuel Marquez and David Diaz, respectively, and knocking out and retiring Oscar De La Hoya at 147 pounds to finish the trifecta. This year, he picked up where he left off last year – winning another world title in a new weight division -- dealing defending junior welterweight champion Ricky Hatton a one-punch second-round knockout on May 2.

Cotto (34-1, 27 KOs), from Caguas, Puerto Rico, has sold more tickets to Madison Square Garden in this millennium than any other fighter. He has held a world title every year since 2004. Puerto Rico's most exciting fighter, Cotto held the WBO junior welterweight crown from 2004-2006, successfully defending it six times before vacating it to capture the World Boxing Association (WBA) welterweight title at the end of 2006, a title he held for nearly as long. He won his second welterweight title in February this year, knocking out Michael Jennings in the fifth round at Madison Square Garden to become the WBO welterweight champion. Notable scalps on Cotto's belt include Sugar Shane Mosley, Zab Judah, Joshua Clottey, Paulie Malignaggi, and Demarcus Corley.

The Pacquiao vs. Cotto pay-per-view telecast, beginning at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT, has a suggested retail price of $54.95, will be produced and distributed by HBO Pay-Per-View® and will be available to more than 71 million pay-per-view homes. The telecast will be available in HD-TV for those viewers who can receive HD. HBO Pay-Per-View®, a division of Home Box Office, Inc., is the leading supplier of event programming to the pay-per-view industry. For Pacquiao vs. Cotto fight week updates, log on to www.hbo.com or www.toprank.com.

Bob Arum during Pacquiao and Cotto Press conference at Yankee Stadium New York

Bob Arum interview on his view of mma during Pacquiao and Cotto Press conference at Yankee Stadium, Bronx, New York.


The public press conference kicks off in Yankee Stadium in New York today, Pacquiao and Cotto will proceed on the remainder of the five-city coast-to-coast, two-ocean media tour which will take them to Caguas, Puerto Rico, AT&T Park in San Francisco, Beverly Hills, California, and PETCO Park in San Diego.

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Manny Pacqauio is a new celebrity endorser of Proctor and Gambles Head and Shoulders Shampoo commercial



Manny Pacqauio is a new celebrity endorser of Proctor and Gambles Head and Shoulders Shampoo commercial

Pacquiao , Cotto, and Maywether highlights

Saturday, August 22, 2009

Manny Pacqauio television commercials



Manny Pacquiaos newest San Miguel beer tv commercial
(Isang Platitong Manny! starring: Efren Reyes, Michael V., Derek Ramsay)





Manny Pacquiao's Magnolia TV Advertisment





Manny Pacquaio's Ginebra Commercial







Manny Pacqauio's McDonalds Commercial





Manny Pacquiao's No fear television commercial






Manny Pacquiao's talk and text (cellphone line carrier) tv ad






Manny Pacquiao's San Miguel Beer commercial starring former rivals Manny Pacquiao and Erik Morales





Manny PAcquiao's Vitwater Commercial







Manny Pacquiao's commercial by Nike before the Pacman-Barrera match






Manny Pacquiao's A Nike commercial with Kobe Bryant, Cristiano Ronaldo, Roger Federer, Maria Sharapova, and Xiang Liu.


These are just a few of the product that he endorsed.

Pacquiao vs. Cotto Tickets the hottest boxing ticket of the year

The Pacquaio - Cotto firepower boxing match firepower has to be the hottest boxing ticket of 2009. After the tickets were release, less than 1,000 tickets remain at the 16,200-seat MGM Grand Garden Arena for Top Rank’s ‘FirePower’ Pay Per View featuring Manny Pacquiao vs. Miguel Cotto.

All of the 9,000 seats at $150, $350 and $500 are completely sold out. The available seats are at the $1,000 and $750 price categories. Bob Arum, CEO of Top Rank, was elated with the huge response. “We are looking forward to making Pacquiao vs Cotto as one of the greatest box office and Pay Per View successes of all-time,” he said. Pacquiao vs. Cotto is scheduled November 14 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Pacquiao vs. Cotto ‘FirePower’ will be available on HBO Pay Per View.

With 3 months to go until November 14, 2009, 5000 rooms have already been book at MGM grand. High end rooms can still be book for the fight.

Manny Pacquiao boxing highlight

Miguel Cotto boxing highlight

Pacquiao vs. Cotto Tickets November 14 2009 @ MGM GRAND LAS VEGAS

Pacquiao vs. Cotto Tickets

The date is set for the mega-fight between boxing’s No. 1 pound-4-pound king and reigning Boxing Writers Association of America’s Fighter of the Year, Manny “PacMan” Pacquiao, and the pride of Puerto Rico and three-time world champion Miguel Cotto. Manny Pacquiao vs. Miguel Cotto, “FirePower” will take place Saturday, Nov. 14 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena and will be televised live on HBO Pay-Per-View beginning at 9 p.m. PST/6 p.m. PST. Tickets priced at $1,000, $750, $500, $300 and $150, not including applicable service charges, go on sale Monday, Aug. 17 at 10 a.m. Ticket sales at $1,000, $750, $500 and $300 are limited to 10 per person and ticket sales at $150 are limited to two (2) per person, with a total ticket limit of 12 per person.. To charge by phone with a major credit card, call Ticketmaster at (800) 745-3000. Tickets also are available for purchase at www.mgmgrand.com or www.ticketmaster.com.

Manny Pacquaio Vitwater TV Ad and Billboard Ad.



Cotto- Pacquaio mega boxing bout "Fire Power " press tour schedule.



Manny Pacquiao vs. Miguel Cotto, “FirePower” will take place Saturday, Nov. 14 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena and will be televised live on HBO Pay-Per-View beginning at 9 p.m. PST/6 p.m. PST.


Top Rank is currently working on a major media tour to commence immediately following Labor Day weekend.

Chief promoter Bob Arum of Top Rank announced that Pacquiao and Cotto will embark on a four-city press tour starting on September 10 in New York, September 12 in Caguas, September 13 in San Francisco and September 14 in Los Angeles.

Cotto unconvinced that Pacquaio will beat him.




Miguel Cotto(34-1 with 27 KOs) beleive that Pacquiao doesn’t have the physical attributes to topple him even at the catch weight of 145 pounds.

In an interview with Puerto Rican newspaper Primera Hora on Friday, Cotto said his only concern about Pacquiao was his speed although he noted that he could neutralize it with a “good defense.”

Cotto said “good defense” would be his answer to Pacquiao’s speed, indicating he would use the ring and his boxing skills in his coming mega fight at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas.


While showing tremendous respect for Pacquiao, Cotto said he does not think Pacquiao could overcome his physical advantage and strength, which he added would be the key to his victory.

Paul Malignaggi predicts a Cotto knockout over Pacquaio


According to Paul Malignaggi, Cotto ,the Puerto Rican (34-1 with 27 KOs) is simply “too big and too strong” for Pacquiao, the pound-for-pound king, who is a 2-1 favorite in early betting odds. Malignaggi who loss to Cotto by unanimous decision three years ago, said Cotto would knock Pacquiao out and retain his World Boxing Organization welterweight crown. Unconvinced of Pacquiao’s punching power, Malignaggi even suggested that South African Joshua Clottey is capable of knocking Pacquaio.

The Pacquiao-Cotto showdown, which is also for the newly created World Boxing Council Diamond Belt, is already a guaranteed blockbuster with only a few $750 and $1000 tickets available.

Sunday, May 3, 2009

There is a posibility Manny Paquaio will fight Miguel Cotto this November 09 in Madison Square Garden




Promoter Bob Arum said on Saturday night he would like to see Manny Pacquiao face Floyd Mayweather Jr., and the Filipino’s next likely opponent would be Puerto Rican puncher Miguel Cotto sometime in November or December with New York as venue.

Miguel Cotto will have a homecourt advantage in New York because all the people outside Puerto Rico resides here about 99.9%. I'll guarantee Fat Joe and Jennifer Lopez gon be in da buildin on da big day.


If the Cotto match do happen, this will be good news to all Filipinos in the East Coast of the USA, who will not have to make a long trip to Las Vegas, the new Mecca of boxing, as well boxing fans all over the globe.

The Pacqauio-Cotto fight will be an excellent product for Top Rank to produce and the fans will love it. It is a neccesity for Top Rank to make this happen and make boxing exciting again.

I wrote in my earlier blog about Miguel Cotto althought this is a Manny Pacqauio zone because he is one of my favorate boxer too, but i will have to go with Manny again on this match.

Saturday, May 2, 2009

OLD VIDEO MANNY PACQUIAO TRAINING FOR HATTON



Its nice to hear Boboy Fernandez, Manny Pacqauio's trainer instructing Manny in Bisaya (Filipino) at to hit the body a couple of times then follow up upstairs with an uppercut with filipino language. Finally this bisaya/filipino dude made it to the Big Dance in Boxing. I dubbed the Battle of the East and West as Bruce "Manny" Lee vs Chuck "Rickey" Norkis. Just a joke. Credits to Top Rank Boxing and Golden Boy promotion for matching the best boxers of the world and givng enjoyment to boxing fans.

Ricky should have watch this video and watch the slides and then the sureball (left hand bomb that this bisaya/filipino dudes were talking about in the video cause this was demonstated in the May 2 2009 match with Ricky Hatton. Manny is known to knockout boxers with his left hand bomb. I guest its to late.

peace out
see ya soon.

Pacqauio vs Hatton Battle of East and West results May 2 2009






Manny Pacquiao was the victor of the Battle of the East and West boxing event on May 2 2009 at MGM Grand in the Last Vegas. Manny Pacqauio is still the pound for pound king in boxing. Hattons application for the position has been place in the bottom of the pile at the end of the match.

That fight was very one sided. It ended in the 2nd round with 8 second left when Pacquaio unleashed his powerful left hand bomb that send Hatton to the canvas for good. It was a wicked punch to the chin that had Hatton unconscious for a moment to end the match. Earlier, in the first round Hatton was knockdown twice.

Coming up in a few months is the Maywether vs Juan Marquez fight. Maywether came out of retirement and will have to beat Juan Marquez to earn a match with the pound for pound king Manny Pacqauio.

Friday, May 1, 2009

MORE INFO ON MANNY PACQUIAO BESIDES BEING THE BEST POUND FOR POUND BOXER


His name is Emmanuel 'Manny' Dapidran Pacquiao

Pacquiao owns fighting cocks

Sylvester Stallone wants to act alongside him in a movie

His fourth child – a daughter named Queen Elizabeth (or 'Queenie') – has dual nationality as she was born in the US. The infant also has 48 godparents

He plays ‘Manny Pacquiao’ in a soap opera in The Philippines

A close friend says “He’s a terrible actor”.

He is the only Filipino boxer to appear on a postage stamp

He carried the flag for The Philippines at the Opening Ceremony of the Beijing Olympic Games

He has had three hit ‘singles’ in The Philippines

He gives education scholarships for 250 children through his foundation

He has had the titles ‘National Fist’ and ‘National Treasure’ bestowed upon him by the Philippines government

There have been kidnap threats on his children

It is written into Philippine law that the army will go to Pacquiao's aid if his family is in danger.

He is a close friend of President Gloria Arroyo, and was visited by Bill Clinton this week

He trains for his fights up until one day before he goes into the ring

In 14 years as a professional, Pacquiao has won world titles in four weight divisions – from 7st 8lb to 9st 9lb, at flyweight, super bantamweight, super featherweight and lightweight. He has also fought at the 10st 7lb limit.

In a Time magazine online poll to find the 100 most influential people of 2009, Pacquiao has so far garnered more than 20 million votes.

His early life was spent living in a shanty town, sleeping on cardboard boxes.

In 1990, he witnessed James 'Buster' Douglas defeat the seemingly invincible Mike Tyson in Tokyo – Pacquiao's first encounter with boxing, which led him to dream of a career in the ring.

He made his first punchbag out of a cardboard box stuffed with clothes

He has worked as a gardener and construction worker, and sold donuts and iced water on the streets.

He turned professional at 17, and became a rising star on a televised weekly boxing show in the Philippines called Blow by Blow.

He won the World Boxing Council flyweight belt in Thailand, against Chatchai Sasakul, in December 1998, at the age of 19.

He first fought at the MGM Grand in 2001 a late replacement against the International Boxing Federation super bantamweight champion Lehlohonolo 'Hands of Stone' Ledwaba. Pacquiao stopped the South African Ledwaba in the sixth round.

Since 2001 only four of Pacquiao's 18 fights have taken place in his native country, with half of them in Vegas, the world's fight capital.

He has a Jack Russell terrier - with whom he shares the nickname 'Pacman'. The dog comes with him on training runs. When he was younger, his pet dog was cooked and eaten by a friend of his father’s.

Pacquiao lives in a presidential-style mansion in General Santos City, Mindanao, with his wife, Jinkee, and their four children. The compound is manned 24/7 by armed security guards.

Last September he was sworn in as a member of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo's Free Filipino party.

On May 17 2007 Pacquiao was defeated in the congressional elections by Darlene Antonino-Custodio, running for the Nationalist People's Coalition, who received 139,061 votes to Pacquiao's 75,908.

He intends to run for congress in The Philippines in 2010

Pacquiao vs. Hatton The Official Weigh In for the May 2 2009 "Battle of the East And West"




This match could be the fight of the year for 2009
Does Hatton has what it needs it to beat Manny, the best pound for pound boxer in the world?
May the best boxer be victorios tommorow night.

Ricky Hatton weighed in at the junior-welterweight limit of 140 pounds Friday at the weigh-in for his Saturday night showdown against Manny Pacquiao at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

Pacquiao came in at 138 pounds, prompting his trainer, Freddie Roach, to glance at the scale in surprise after reporting earlier that Pacquiao had awakened at 138 and was allowed to eat breakfast.

About 4,500 people total were at the weight in, 90 percent of them cheering and chanting for Hatton. Hatton said 25,000 British supporters have made the trip to Las Vegas for the fight at 15,000-seat MGM Grand Garden Arena, where the weigh-in was conducted with only about one-third of the capacity open to the public.

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Pacquaios Mom makes first U.S. visit to see her son fight



Manny Pacquiao’s mother, Dionisia Pacquiao, squeezes her way through a large crowd gathered to see her son Tuesday afternoon at Mandalay Bay. Dionisia made her first-ever trip to the United State to watch her son’s megabout against Ricky Hatton Saturday night at the MGM

RICKY HATTON got the referee he wanted (Kenny Bayliss) against Manny Pacquiao

RICKY HATTON has already taken the first round against Manny Pacquiao by getting the referee he wanted.

Pacquiao's camp wanted Joe Cortez as the man in the middle and asked the Nevada State Athletic Commission to put him in charge.

Cortez was covered in controversy for the way he handled Hatton's clash against Floyd Mayweather junior who knocked out the Hitman in the 10th round.

But Kenny Bayliss, who handled Hatton's last win against Paulie Malignaggi, will officiate on Saturday night.

Meanwhile all tickets have been sold and promoters are now arranging venues up and down the Strip to screen the bout on closed circuit TV.

Hatton will be backed by thousands of his fans inside the MGM Garden Arena on Saturday night.

Dad Ray, his manager, revealed: "We've sold almost 10,000 tickets back home in Manchester and the travel agent has had to delay his arrival here to deal with everything.

"We've asked our agents in Las Vegas to organise CCTV sales until he gets here."

Hatton is good for Vegas business with around 20,000 tickets for CCTV coverage available from one end of the Strip to the other, generating around £7million alone

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Pacquiao arrives on Las Vegas onApril 28, 2009. The Four-time world champion pound-for-pound king Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao, from General Santos, Philippines steps off his custom Team Pacquiao bus as he arrives in Las Vegas for his upcoming "The Battle of East and West" World Jr. Welterweight championship fight against Ricky "The Hitman" Hatton, Manchester, England on Saturday, May 2 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas,Nevada. Pacquiao vs Hatton is presented by Top Rank and Golden Boy and will be available on HBO Pay Per View

MARTIN NIEVERA TO SING RP NATIONAL ANTHEM IN PACQUIAO-HATTON on May 2 2009 boxing match




Martin rehearses the Philippines National Anthem in front of an audience before the big fight




MARTIN NIEVERA TO SING RP NATIONAL ANTHEM IN PACQUIAO-HATTON BOUT

MANILA, Philippines – Manny Pacquiao chose Martin Nieverra to sing the Philippine National Anthem in his upcoming fight against Ricky Hatton.

The Pacquiao-Hatton bout, dubbed “The Battle of East vs. West," is scheduled on May 2 (May 3 in Manila) at the MGM Grand Garden Arena is Las Vegas, Nevada. Pacquiao personally named Nievera. World renowned artist Lea Salonga is the other artist eyed by Team Pacquiao to sing the Philippine National Anthem. Artists who previously sang in Pacquiao’s previous fights were Karylle (against Oscar de La Hoya), Ciara Sotto (versus Juan Manuel Marquez), Nicole Angela Judalena (against David Diaz), Kyla (versus Marco Antonio Barrera) and Geneva Cruz (against Jorge Solis)

BOXING EXPERTS FAVOR PACQUIAO OVER HATTON

BOXING EXPERTS FAVOR PACQUIAO OVER HATTON

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MANILA, Philippines – Two boxing analysts believe Manny Pacquiao has enough in his arsenal to bring down Ricky Hatton in their May 2 superfight at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Michael Koncz, Pacquiao’s Top Rank coordinator, and Matchroom Sports Ltd. Managing director Eddie Hearn said in a 24 Oras report that they chose Pacquiao based on the reigning World Boxing Council (WBC) lightweight champion’s skills. Koncz said Pacquiao’s speed would again be a factor in the match. "Manny’s hand speed is faster than Hatton, but more importantly, Manny’s ring presence is better. Hatton is a one-dimensional fighter, and he is going to come straight forward. And Manny is maturing as a boxer," Koncz said.

Hearn, meanwhile, believes Pacquiao will try to tire International Boxing Organization (IBO) welterweight title holder Hatton. "Hatton will come forward, come forward, and Manny will pick him off and soak him up. (By) eight, nine, 10 rounds when Ricky is tired that is when Manny’s strength really comes through," Hearn said. "That is when he’ll push him on the back ropes and I’m not sure Ricky will going to take more." Hearn expects an exciting match between the two fighters. "Both fighters have huge hearts, huge courage, and huge talent," he said. "They will both come forward and be aggressive. Both fighters will never give in." With the fight still three months away, Pacquiao is savoring his time with his family and friends before plunging into another eight weeks of hard training to prepare for his megabout against Hatton. Pacquiao is expected to begin training at Freddie Roach’s Wild Card Gym in Las Vegas in March


OSCAR DE LA HOYA RETIRES FROM BOXING AT AGE 36

LOS ANGELES, April 15 – Oscar De La Hoya called it quits in the ring Tuesday, ending a career in which he won 10 world titles in six divisions and became boxing's most popular fighter. He announced his decision at an outdoor plaza across the street from Staples Center, where a statue of the 36-year-old Golden Boy stands.He finished with a record of 39-6 and 30 knockouts.His recent years loses are to Felix Trinidad, Shane Mosley, Bernard Hopkins, Floyd Mayweather Jr and Manny Pacquaio.

Friday, March 27, 2009

Im so excited for the May 2, 2009 " The Battle of East and West "boxing main event in Las Vegas


Freddie Roach in Cebu, Philippines with a fan

How many rounds is this gonna last? I would say this one will end early. You have 2 boxers who are friends outside the ring but with bad intentions to knock each other out after the sound of the bell. Both fighter are agressive and will not gonna use up all 12 rounds and let the judges decide. Manny can afford to use up all the rounds but Hatton needs to convince the judges with a KO. No way the judges gonna give this to Hatton winning without a knockout because Manny got to this title after defeating all the best boxers from Mexico. We all know Mexico aint shit, Mexico is a boxing power house, son.

Who do i pick? without a doubt, I pick Manny Pacquaio because we have the same hometown. If you look at his boxing records, it says he is fighting out of General Santos Mindanao but his family is from Pinamungahan, Cebu. When i visited the town
people were saying he is a very strongman also he is a very kind person. He give money to the people in his hometown. My uncle in New York has a group of doctors who performs medical mission annually to perform operations to the needy in the Phippines wrote to Manny and Manny never responded. Maybe its because he is busy at the moment with fight coming up. Hes busy with training, press conference the business involve with his May 2, 2009 affair.

After hearing that he was a very strongman, that validates in investing $100 on Manny. This is my last in investing with Manny because i dont want to be a part of the Maywether match if there is any beacause Manny could loss to Floyd via judges decison. Floyd cant knock Manny out because Manny is strong, Floyd strategy involves using up the ring efficiently dancing around and getting a decision victory out of Manny. Thats the reason I dont want to be a part of it.

Last week my friend tried to hustle me. He said is Mike Tyson fighing soon. He then said he will pay me double if Hatton wins and i have to bet on Hatton. Should i accept his offer?