Tuesday, November 10, 2009



“Look at the press, look at the people. It’s like a throwback to the days of Ali. It’s incredible," Top Rank Big Boss Bob Arum said.

The fight in Nov. 14 will put Manny Pacquiao, if he wins, in boxing history as the greatest boxer of all time to win seven titles in seven different weight classes. His trainer Freddie Roach predicted that his man will take the belt by KO as early as the 1st round or late in the 9th or 10th round of the fight. Although Manny is the challenger in this World Boxing Organization (WBO) welterweight title, he is undoubtedly the crowds’ favorite.

Manny stopped Dela Hoya and Hatton by KO in 9th and 2nd round respectively.

Manny Pacquiao’s eight weeks of training in Baguio and at the Wild Card gym will soon be uncovered at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada as he challenges the kingkong in this division. Roach is betting $3,000 for his man putting a thousand ($1,000) on the first round, on nine and ten.

On the other hand Puerto Rican Miguel Cotto’s camp is optimistic in their victory of the said fight dubbed as “FIREPOWER”. Joe Santiago said that Pacquiao is a strong fighter at 130 pounds and is still not good in his man’s division at 147 lbs. though the catch-up weight is 145 lbs. as they meet at the ring.

Cotto stopped Michael Jennings in the 5th round for the vacant WBO welterweight title last February 21 of this year. He also defended his belt by split decision against Joshua Clottey last June 13.

May the best man wins!

GO MANNY and bring us the title of being the best boxer ever lived!

1 comment:

ruben rallos said...

dela hoya KO
hatton KO
cotto KO
mayweather NEXT... hehehe.