Saturday, June 9, 2012

Pacquiao lose:"A Controversial win for Timothy Bradley"

Coming into tonight's HBO pay-per-view bout between Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley, I had predicted Bradley would take the upset decision. However, I didn't see it going down like it did.
Manny Pacquiao seemed to dominate the fight against Timothy Bradley from the opening round. While there were a few (3-4) rounds that seemed like the could be scored for Bradley, it seemed impossible by the time the final bell had sounded that Tim had done nearly enough to take a decision, but that's exactly what happened.
Pacquiao's key punch the entire fight was the hard straight left hand and his powerful blows were certainly more telling than Bradley's much lighter shots. Beyond the quality and power of the shots landed, Pacquiao dominated in terms of actual punches landed and accuracy.
While Bradley was more than willing to exchange and get into ill-advised firefights, the fight appeared to clearly not be going his way.
However, when the official scorecards were read, after the first 115-113, Michael Buffer said "Pacquiao", which meant we had a split decision. The next card was 115-113 for Bradley. Despite all certainty that the final card would see Manny's hand raised, Buffer once again said Bradley, giving Tim the split decision win.
It's a shocking result and one that makes very little sense given Manny's status as the "money fighter" in the bout. Normally the robberies go to the guy whose win brings in more money for the promoters, but that wasn't what happened tonight. Manny Pacquiao is a worldwide star, while Bradley is a lighter hitting, mostly unknown fighter who isn't really even a welterweight.

Timothy Bradley shocks the World by beating Manny Pacquiao

MGM Grand, Las Vegas - Timothy Bradley (29-0, 12KOs) shocked the world by winning a close twelve round split decision over Manny Pacquiao (54-4-2, 38KOs) to capture the WBO welterweight title. The scores 115-113 for Pacquiao, 115-113 for Bradley and 115-113 for Bradley.
Bradley started the fight in full control for most of the first round. He was quicker with his defensive movements. Pacquiao started to rally in the final ten seconds. Bradley was making it a rough fight in the second round, but Pacquiao was returning heavy fire that pushed Bradley back often. Bradley, to his credit, was not intimidated and usually countered back with fast combinations. Thing certainly got more heated in the third round, with Pacquiao starting to attack more often and Bradley doing his best to answer back.
In the fourth, the fight continued to get rough. Bradley was taking the fight to Pacquiao, who was outhustling the challenger with more accurate punches. Bradley looked a little stunned by a combination in the final minute. Rather than hold, he stood and traded punches with Pacquiao until the bell. Both fighters had their moments in the fifth round. And they also closed strong by trading punches, toe to toe, in the final minute with the entire crowd on their feet.
Pacquiao controlled the action in the sixth. Bradley came back in the seventh with a lot of defense and he never stopped trading punches with Pacquiao to make it close. More toe toe to toe action in the eight and ninth, with Pacquiao getting the better of the exchanges and doing more damage. They slowed down in the tenth. At this point Pacquiao appeared to be the fresher fighter of the two. Bradley continued to slow down in the eleventh, although Pacquiao wasn't doing too much himself. Bradley certainly closed better than Pacquiao in the final round. Pacquiao was stalking him, looking to land something big, but Bradley was slipping a lot of punches and landing well placed counters.

Pacquiao vs Bradley fight results: Manny Pacquiao loses decision to Timothy Bradley

In the main event of the Pacquiao vs. Bradley HBO pay-per-view (PPV) that took place last night (Sat., June 9, 2012) at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, pound-for-pound great Manny Pacquiao returned to the ring to put his WBO welterweight championship on the line against undefeated banger Timothy Bradley.
And the mighty has fallen.
Pacquiao settled into a nice groove early, firing off punches that were landing with shocking precision. His speed was clearly an issue for Bradley, just as Freddie Roach said it would be.
That didn't mean "Desert Storm" would go out easy. Indeed, he made it a brawl when he could, engaging "Pacman" with heavy counter punches winging wildly around the ring.
But Pacquiao's relentless left hand was finding its mark far too often. And when he unleashed with flurries, Bradley's discomfort was palpable, his pain visible. He spun his head every which way to avoid Pacquiao's onslaught but the Filipino fighting machine was a sniper at close range, every shot seemingly hitting its target point with power like Bradley had never felt before.
As the fight wore on, Manny's problematic calves weren't the story so much as Bradley's legs were. Which is to say, the former held up fine while the latter stayed in a constant state of unsteadiness. Fatigue started to set in with the challenger fading fast under the champion's relentless pressure.
But then Bradley caught a second win late and came with everything he had. He smothered "Pacman" and landed hard counter punches while Pacquiao seemed to settle down and cruise to the scorecards. Unfortunately, they betrayed him.
The judges awarded Bradley a split decision victory by scores of 115-113, 113-115, 115-113.

Pacquiao lost to Bradley:"How that happens?"

In a big fight like this it's just weird that all this things are happening.
Round 1
Pacquiao 10-9 Bradley is agressive with jabs and pushing the pace with straight jabs. Pacquiao pops lands combination..good round! goes iether way!
Round 2 Pacquiao 10-9 lands left but Bradley rolled his shoulder.. Bradley holds Manny wow... ..Manny lands good left hook on
Round 3 Pacquiao 10-9 Bradley lands straight to the body, Pacquiao unloads left hook and combination . Bradley shakes head Manny sliced shots
Round 4
Pacquiao 10-9 Bradley is eratic ...Pacquiao unloads his fury... with more power shots. Pacquiao left hand is punishing Bradley
Round 5
Pacquiao 10-9 Bradley almost came down on Pacquiao's left hook, but Bradley continues to advance, which Pac likes..Bradley doesnt move his head
Round 6
Pacquiao 10-9 Pacquiao mouth bleeds but he seems dictating the fight.. Pacman is precise...good combination on both fighters in the end
Round 7
Pacquiao 10-9 Pacquiao unloads combo, good shots to Bradley whos waiting for lucky shot
Round 8
Pacquiao 10-9. Pacquiao rocks Bradley with combination body shots... Bradley good uppercut..crowds go crazy as Manny lands good shots
Round 9
Pacquiao 10-9 Bradley complaining his foot! Both exchage good shots .. Pacman in composure.. crowds cheering Manny, Manny
Round 10 Pacquiao 10-9 Bradley is sturdy with good chin..he caught Manny with body shots.... Manny firing back, ..good exchange... crowds went crazy
Round 11 Bradley 10-9 Manny good shots again, left hook but doesnt slow Bradley ..very tough guy
Round 12
Pacquiao 10-9 Last round! Both fighters are exhausted...Good exchange shots in the last minute... as crowd roars...Bradley just WOW!! BRADLEY SCORES A SPLIT DECISION.... Tim Bradley by scores of 115-113, 113-115,115-113! Manny Pacquiao lost!

Manny Pacquiao: A changed man but still hungry to win

LAS VEGAS—Manny Pacquiao barely escaped to fight another day, and would need 28 stitches to close the cut over his right eye. Juan Manuel Marquez had nearly ended his remarkable run, but that didn’t stop Pacquiao from singing at his postfight concert and partying the night away with his huge entourage.
He returns to the ring on Saturday, determined to show his last outing was nothing more than a fluke. Little-known Timothy Bradley will be his opponent in a fight that could either end Pacquiao’s lucrative career or revitalize it.
No partying
This time, though, there will be no concert, and no party. Win or lose, the only thing on Pacquiao’s postfight agenda is a Bible study session and some time with his wife.
He claims to be a changed man, and the people around him say he really is. What no one really knows, though, is how it will affect him in the ring, something that makes this fight a bit more intriguing than most.
“It’s 100-percent good,” insists Pacquiao’s trainer Freddie Roach. “He’s much more focused now. From all the distractions he had, the trade-off is unbelievable.”
Oddsmakers aren’t so sure, making Pacquiao a relatively short 4-1 favorite against the unbeaten Bradley. He was a 7-1 pick against Marquez, but was lucky to come away with a majority decision in a fight that could have gone either way.
Pacquiao said afterward that he just had problems with the style of Marquez. Those close to him, though, said personal problems and marital discord troubled him through training camp all the way into the dressing room before the fight, when he was still so consumed by them that he failed to warm up properly.
There will be no excuses this time. Pacquiao knows he not only needs to win but to win impressively if he is to retain his spot alongside currently jailed Floyd Mayweather Jr. as one of the two best fighters in the world.
“I want to prove that I’m still young and I can still fight,” Pacquiao said. “I feel I’m still hungry, I’m still OK.
Unbeaten in 7 years
Pacquiao risks a 15-fight winning streak when he defends his piece of the welterweight title against Bradley. He hasn’t lost in seven years and his recent fights have all been big pay-per-view events that made him millions. But the pressures of being at the top of his sport and of being both a national hero and a congressman in the Philippines fueled a bloated lifestyle that couldn’t be sustained.  Pacquiao gave up drinking, and he gave up gambling. He gave away his cockfighting ranch in the Philippines and sold his interest in a casino there.
He found a spiritual adviser, and now spends his spare moments reading and discussing the Bible.
“The things I did over and over in the past, I stopped those,” Pacquiao said. “I know now if I die today I know where I’m going. It’s helped a lot in my personal life and my boxing life.
More focused
Training in Los Angeles last week, Pacquiao seemed focused as he sparred six rounds with two sparring partners. He dismissed concerns that his new dedication to religion would somehow make him less aggressive in the ring, and said he doesn’t feel like he’s lost any of his speed or his power at the age of 33.
“This is my job,” he said. “I have a job to do in the ring. I’m not underestimating him at all.”
Pacquiao weighed in Friday at the class limit of 147 pounds (66.7 kilograms), while Bradley—who is noticeably more musclebound—weighed 146. It is the heaviest that Pacquiao has ever weighed for a fight.
Bradley, a 140-pound (63.5-kilogram) champion moving up in weight for his biggest fight yet, is the kind of fighter who could give Pacquiao trouble. He fights going forward, isn’t afraid to mix it up inside, and has yet to be beaten in 28 fights.
Mediocre opponent
Yet Roach sees him as a mediocre fighter with limited skills. He said if Pacquiao loses or doesn’t look good against Bradley he will tell him it is time to retire.
“Timothy Bradley is made for Manny,” Roach said. “He’s slow and he doesn’t punch hard, but he tries hard. Manny should eat him up as he comes forward.”
Bradley hardly seems overwhelmed by the hype that surrounds his biggest fight ever. He freely talks about his game plan for beating Pacquiao, and the motivation that has helped him win fights when he was in trouble.
He even brought an oversized replica of a ticket to the final prefight press conference announcing a rematch with Pacquiao on Nov. 10 after his win Saturday night.
“It’s been a long journey but I knew someday I’d get here,” Bradley said. “I just didn’t know when or how.”
Bradley’s fight plan
Bradley said he must resist getting in a brawl with Pacquiao, but says he doesn’t believe Pacquiao has one-punch knockout power. He plans to counterpunch Pacquiao as he comes at him, a style that worked well for Marquez, and will go to the body early and often.
Bradley, who grew up boxing in Palm Springs, California, has only 12 knockouts, but said he sees himself putting Pacquiao on the canvas at some point in the fight. People who criticize him as not being good enough to be in a big fight, he said, simply underestimate his heart.
“I’ve already been bashed in the media enough that it doesn’t mean anything,” he said. “I can accept criticism, but I just use it as fuel. I like it when people talk good about me, and I like it even better when they talk bad.”

Monday, June 4, 2012

Pacquiao looks good and sharp in sparring session

MANILA, Philippines – Filipino boxing icon Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao was in excellent form in what could be his final sparring session before he goes to Las Vegas for his June 9 bout against unbeaten American boxer Timothy Bradley Jr.
In an interview with Boxing Scene’s Ronnie Nathanielsz, strength and conditioning coach Alex Ariza said Pacquiao engaged in a short sparring session against Russianboxer Ruslan Provodnikov.
“Manny looks good, he looks sharp,” Ariza said. “But it is always like this before a fight. It’s just a matter of doing the right things on the night of the fight.”
Ariza also revealed that Pacquiao is no longer suffering from leg cramps, which hindered his performances in his last few fights.
“We are doing everything and taking extra precautions. I don’t want to even say that we are doing anything special, because we’ve been doing all this stuff before,” Ariza said.
“But now, we are taking the time to warm up the legs, focus on the lower legs just to get everything right. We are more efficiently well-rounded as far as preparing the lower part of his body before he starts working out,” he added.
Pacquiao attended Mass on Sunday at the Christ the King Church before he and his family are set to leave for Las Vegas.
He will defend his World Boxing Organization welterweight title against the undefeated Bradley

Sunday, June 3, 2012

TV5 and GMA7 merged have been denied

MANILA, Philippines – Two of the country’s major broadcast firms denied fresh rumors of a deal that would result in an industry-changing merger.
In separate statements, officials said that while discussions on the possible acquisition by Associated Broadcasting Company (ABC), operator of TV5 of GMA Network Inc. were ongoing, no deal has been reached yet.
This was contrary to an article by newspaper columnist Ricky Lo published Monday.
In his column, Lo said ABC chair Manuel V. Pangilinan “virtually confirmed” the two companies’ merger, following a co-marketing deal between both firms with US-based cable TV provider Dish Network.
“To the best of our knowledge, the source of this information is claiming to have been misquoted,” GMA Network said.
“We humbly suggest that if the Exchange wants to verify the source of the information, they can do so with Mr. Pangilinan, who Mr. Lo attributed the information to have come from,” it added.
In a separate statement, TV5 president Ray C. Espinosa said the co-marketing deal with Dish network did not mean that ABC had merged with the larger, more profitable GMA7.
GMA7 is owned by the Gozon, Duavit and Jimenez families, while TV5 is a unit of MediaQuest Holdings, a subsidiary of the Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT) Beneficial Trust Fund.

Celtics take game 4 to tie the East Finals 2-2

In what will most definitely be a classic game the Boston Celtics came away with a huge two point victory to tie up the Eastern Conference finals two games each. 
In a game that saw Paul Pierce foul out for Boston and LeBron James foul out for the Heat the Celtics managed to come away with a much needed overtime victory. 
The Celtics who scored 61 first half points managed to only score 32 in the second half and the overtime period. 
The Heat put on a tremendous push to get back into a game in which they trailed by as much as 18 at one point. 
LeBron James kept the Heat in the game through an ugly first half for Miami but in the second half the Heat got contributions from Dwayne Wade, Norris Cole, Mario Chalmers and most importantly Udonis Haslem.
Haslem was a beast on the glass tonight. He finished with 12 points and 17 rebounds.
In the end it wasn't enough.  
Final Score Celtics 93 Heat 91

Thunder beats Spurs, 2-2 now in West Finals

OKLAHOMA CITY – Kevin Durant scored 18 of his 36 points in a scintillating final 7 minutes, Serge Ibaka added a career-high 26 points and the Oklahoma City Thunder evened the Western Conference finals at two games apiece by beating the San Antonio Spurs 109-103 Saturday night.
After seeing his team’s 15-point lead dwindle to four, Durant took over midway through the fourth quarter by scoring all 16 of the Thunder’s points during a span of just over 5 minutes to keep the Spurs at bay.
With All-Star teammate Russell Westbrook limited to seven points, Durant did almost all of the damage late to send the series back to San Antonio all square for Game 5 on Monday night.
The three-time scoring champion hit three straight jumpers, the last one coming after he bumped into Tony Parker in the lane to draw a foul and set up a three-point play. Then he attacked the rim for his next three baskets, getting to the line again when he was fouled on a layup off of James Harden’s alley-oop.
Durant hit another jumper after coming off a Westbrook screen for the last basket in his personal run — and the Spurs were still within striking distance. Rookie Kawhi Leonard bracketed a pair of 3-pointers around that Durant jumper, and the Spurs were only down 102-96 with 1:24 left.
The Spurs succeeded in getting the ball out of Durant’s hands on the next possession, only for him to provide the assist on Harden’s 3-pointer from the left wing that bumped the lead to nine.
Durant hit two free throws in the final minute to help close it out.
Oklahoma City is trying to become the 15th team in NBA history to overcome an 0-2 deficit in a seven-game series, and the eighth to do it since 2004. The Thunder avoided an even trickier task by winning.
Only eight teams have ever overcome a 3-1 hole, and only two had done it while needing two wins on the road — the 1995 Rockets and 1968 Celtics.
Tim Duncan had 21 points for San Antonio, which had won 20 in a row before losing Game 3. Leonard added 17 points and nine rebounds.

Bradley can't wait to defeat Pacquiao

HOLLYWOOD—Thrust into the international scene and showered with attention, Timothy Bradley has found it hard to cope up with the hype of his fight against global icon Manny Pacquiao on June 9.
Depicted as a gentle family man who prefers the confines of his community in the early buildup of their showdown for the WBO welterweight crown, Bradley has suddenly become a menacing, threatening presence.
The unbeaten American first claimed he was ready to shock the world by beating and dominating Pacquiao. Then Bradley vowed to punish and hurt the eight-division champion when they clash at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas.
The WBO light welterweight king then boasted that he’s ten times better than Juan Manuel Marquez, who gave Pacquiao a tough fight before losing by unanimous decision in their third battle last November.
Bradley’s latest pronouncements that appeared at, however, was a shocker.
“I can’t wait to get in there and kill this dude,” Bradley told Ryan Burton.
The 28-year-old Bradley, of course, can say what he wants. After all, he’s unbeaten in 28 fights, has trained rigorously for three months and, thanks to a vegan (vegetarian) diet, posseses a well-chiseled physique that would make even elite bodybuilders drool.

Heart Evangelista, Sen. Chiz Escudero are dating

MANILA, Philippines – Actress Heart Evangelista admitted that she had twice gone out to dinner with Sen. Francis “Chiz” Escudero, who has recently separated with wife Christine Elizabeth “Tintin” Flores.
In an interview with columnist Wilson Lee Flores, which was published in The Philippine Star on Sunday, Evangelista quickly clarified that she doesn’t have a romantic relationship with the senator.
“Our going to dinner doesn’t mean we’re romantically involved,” she said, adding that it was Sen. Miriam Defensor Santiago who introduced her to Escudero.
Asked what they talked about over dinner, the actress said, “My God, nothing…anything and everything under the sun.”
She also described the senator as a “brilliant yet down-to-earth guy.”
Evangelista recently announced that she and boyfriend, Brazilian model Daniel Matsunaga, have called it quits. Since then, she has been linked to fellow actor Sid Lucero.
Santiago earlier admitted that she also tried to pair Evangelista with President Benigno Aquino III.
Asked by Flores if she would be willing to go out on a date with the bachelor president, Evangelista said, “I think dating the President would give you so much pressure.”
“I can really relate to his being single. One thing I’m sure of is that it’s not easy to find your lifetime partner. My advice to P-Noy? To take his time, to choose wisely,” she said of Aquino.
“Anyway, P-Noy has so much on his plate already now as leader of the country, so it would be wise for him to choose someone after his term, but it’s also all right to be inspired from time to time,” she added.
Evangelista also said she’s not yet interested to get into another relationship right away.
“I don’t want to think that way pa with anybody. At this point of my life, I’d like to give myself a chance to be alone, to be independent.”
Meanwhile, Evangelista admitted that she has thought about entering politics someday.
“Well, it has crossed my mind… I like doing civic projects and I’d definitely want to someday do something outside showbiz. Tita Miriam has been very good to me. She brought me to the United Nations in Yew York with her to campaign for the International Criminal Court, and I was able to talk to different ambassadors. It was a different world for me,” she said, adding that the senator has introduced her “to good, eligible men.”
“Tita Miriam is like my mom. She is very kind and caring. Sometimes we’re on the phone talking for three hours. I talk to her when I’m depressed. She cracks jokes with me, I talk to her about my friends, about my being single, my love life, etc. I’d also sleep at her house,” she told Flores.


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