Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Should Pacman fight one more time or should he hang his gloves and focus on Senate?

The Filipino’s pride Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao is an epitome of a great warrior in boxing. He fought big names inside the ring fair and square. During his early career, young Pacquiao showed his vicious power to his Mexican opponents like Erik Morales, Jorge Solis, Marco Antonio Barrera, Antonio Margarito, and his nemesis Juan Manuel Marquez etc. and because of these fights Filipino boxers were labeled as “Mexican Slayer”.

But, many sports analyst told that Juan Manuel Marquez’s power and fighting style would finish the soaring career of Manny Pacquiao. During their first fight in 2004, they showed their good condition but in the first 3 rounds Pacman showed his ferocious punches and that shaken Juan Marquez’s temple, he knocked the Mexican boxer 3 times in a single round. But that didn’t end the determination of the Mexican fighter.
In the next rounds, he showed to the people that his recovery was unbelievably fast. He also hurt Manny with his counter punches but the courage of a warrior was and always will be in Filipino’s heart. The last rounds of the fight were chaos, punches were all over and they were so fast. In the end, they went to score card and it was a split draw so they decided to have a rematch.

In 2008, the second match for the two fighters was taken place. People expected the fight to be a showdown and these hungry fighters didn’t fail their expectations. First round, the right punches landed straight to Manny’s face and that could’ve hurt him for sure. But, this Filipino fighter didn’t want it to go that way so he thrown a lot of punches that made the Mexican fighter knocked. As the fight goes deeper, blood were on their faces. Blood and sweat couldn’t hide the rage in their heart. There were rounds that Marquez outplayed Pacquiao but in the end the judges scored split decision favorably to Pacquiao.

In 2010, Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao was elected to the House of Representatives in the 15th Congress of the Philippines, representing the province of Sarangani. He also has the most absence in the 15th Congress because of his preparations in his career. But that doesn’t stop the fire in Manny’s spirit.
In 2011, another rematch was occurred. In this fight, Marquez landed a lot of solid right straight but Manny shows more dominance in the fight. And Manny won by Majority decision. Marquez thinks he won the fight and that’s why they fought in 2012 for the fourth time.

In 2012, first 3 rounds of the fight you can see in the swollen face of mature Marquez how intense this fight for him but Marquez blown a huge right straight that knocked Pacquiao. In 4th round Manny managed to recover and win that round as well as 5th round where he took Manuel with a lightning-fast left straight. And Manny took this advantage to finish Manuel and claim the victory but that didn’t happen. But the punches left an open cut to Manuel’s face. In 6th round blood was all over on the face of Manuel and there was no time left he thrown a big right which knocked Manny into sleep. Many said it was a lucky punch but for Manuel it was not. It was destined to happen.

Senator Manny was re-elected in 2013 to the 16th Congress of the Philippines. And he has the most absence in the Congress again.

In June 2016, Pacquiao was elected as a senator and will serve a six-year term until 2022. So far he has been an effective senator because of he has participation in some critical issues being deliberated in the Senate, but for some he is just meddling and he doesn’t deserve to be one of the leaders of the Government.

What do you think? Should he hang his gloves and focus in the Senate or should he fight for one more time and win the belts taken away from him.

Saturday, May 16, 2015



Sat, May 16 2015 @ Forum, Inglewood, California, USA
10pm ET
Undefeated WBA middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin, defends his title against rising contender Willie Monroe Jr.

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Saturday, May 16 10:00AM EDT / 7:00AM PDT
Manila, Philippines, Mall of Asia Arena
The UFC® makes its much anticipated live event debut in Manila when it brings the Octagon® to the Mall of Arena Asia on Saturday, May 16. The main event will see former lightweight champion and current No. 1 ranked featherweight mixed martial artist Frankie “The Answer” Edgar face fellow American Urijah “The California Kid” Faber in a five-round featherweight battle at 145 pounds.
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Friday, May 15, 2015


May 15, 2015  Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula, California
Bellator MMA Middleweight Champion Brandon Halsey will put his undefeated record on the line — along with his 185-pound title — when he takes on Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) import Kendall Grove in the main event of Bellator 137, which takes place on Fri., May 15, 2015 inside Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula, California.
Halsey (8-0) took the middleweight title by choking out Alexander Shlemenko last September, his fifth finish since his pro debut just over three years ago. Grove (21-14, 1 NC), meanwhile, got back into the win column by strangling Christian M’Pumbu at Bellator 127.
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Saturday, May 9, 2015



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Adelaide, Australia, Adelaide Entertainment Centre
UFC heads Down Under once more on Sunday, May 10th for UFC Fight Night in Adelaide, Australia. In the main event, two of the heavyweight division’s best power hitters collide, as top American contender Stipe Miocic battles local hero Mark Hunt. Plus, rising welterweight stars face off, as Australia’s own Robert Whittaker meets Hawaiian standout Brad Tavares. UFC Fight Night: Miocic vs Hunt – Sunday, May 10th, live from Adelaide Entertainment Center in Adelaide, Australia.
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Monday, September 23, 2013

The Legendary Randy " The Natural" Couture

BIRTHDAY: 1963-06- 22

AGE: 50
              CORVALLIS, OREGON
            UNITED STATES

185.42 CM

203 LBS
92.08 KG


Randy Couture is one of my Hero. A 5 Times UFC Champion and a Man To Capture 2 Weight Division. A feat that's not easily achieve and even overcoming obstacles at the age of late 40's. Beating Younger Guns with finesse and proves that techniques beats strength and youth.

A little bit old going to his 1st MMA debut considering any other fighters usually start at 20's, Him Going at his Mid 30's When most of the guys was thinking of retiring he was proving the world that even a older dog can still learn new tricks.

Starting Out With a good amateur wrestling career. Randy's Greco Roman Wrestling base is his strength using and modifying it for mma took him to where he is.

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Forever Be a Legend And Of The Best This Sport Ever Had

Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Don Frye - UFC Legend 2

One of the Most exciting and one of the first true MMA fighter with well rounded skills is Don " the Predator frye "!!

A UFC Veteran And a UFC tournament Champion Beating Big names Like David the tank Abbot, Garry big Daddy Goodridge, Also A successful fighter In The former PrideFc. Beating names Like Ken Shamrock, takayama. And Also Fought In K1 and a Former IFL Coach.

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Don "The Predator" Frye (born November 23, 1965) is an American professional mixed martial arts fighter, actor, and professional wrestler. Frye rose to fame fighting in early Ultimate Fighting Championship events, winning the UFC 8 and Ultimate Ultimate 96 tournaments.

Don Frye began wrestling as a freshman in 1984 for Arizona State, where he was trained by fellow future Ultimate Fighting Championship legend, then assistant wrestling coach, Dan Severn. In 1987, he won the freestyle and Greco-Roman events during an Olympic qualifier. A year later, he transferred to Oklahoma State, where he encountered another future UFC star amongst his teammates: Randy Couture.

19 Wins 6 Losses 1 Draw 1 No Contest
Date Result Opponent Method Event Round, Time Notes
26 January 2008 Win Bryan Pardoe KO NLF - Heavy Hands Round 1, 0:47
April 8, 2007 Loss James Thompson TKO (Punches) PRIDE 34 Round 1, 6:23
9 October 2006 Win Min Soo Kim KO (Punch) K-1's Hero's 7 Round 2, 2:47
5 August 2006 Win Yoshihisa Yamamoto Submission (Rear Naked Choke) K-1's Hero's 6 Round 1, 4:52
13 May 2006 Draw Ruben Villareal Draw King of the Cage: Predator Round 3, 5:00
3 May 2006 Win Chad Rowan Submission (Guillotine Choke) K-1's Hero's 5 Round 2, 3:50
31 December 2004 Loss Yoshihiro Nakao Decision (Unanimous) K-1-Premium 2004 Dynamite Round 3, 5:00
22 May 2004 NC Yoshihiro Nakao NC K-1 MMA-ROMANEX Round 1
31 December 2003 Loss Gary Goodridge KO (Kick) PRIDE Shockwave 2003 Round 1, 0:39
8 June 2003 Loss Mark Coleman Decision (Unanimous) PRIDE 26-Bad to the Bone Round 3, 5:00
24 November 2002 Loss Hidehiko Yoshida Technical Submission (Armbar) PRIDE 23-Championship Chaos 2 Round 1, 5:32
23 June 2002 Win Yoshihiro Takayama TKO (Punches) PRIDE 21 - Demolition Round 1, 6:10
24 February 2002 Win Ken Shamrock Decision (Split) PRIDE 19 Bad Blood Round 3, 5:00
31 December 2001 Win Cyril Abidi Submission (Rear Naked Choke) Inoki Bom-Ba-Ye 2001-K-1 vs. Inoki Round 2, 0:33
24 September 2001 Win Gilbert Yvel DQ (Holding ropes) PRIDE 16 Beasts From The East Round 1, 7:27
20 June 1997 Win Eric Valdez Submission (Choke) USWF 5 Round 1, 0:49
7 December 1996 Win David L. Abbott Submission (Rear Naked Choke) Ultimate Ultimate 96 Round 1, 1:22 Won Ultimate Ultimate 96 Tournament
7 December 1996 Win Mark Hall Submission (Achilles Hold) Ultimate Ultimate 96 Round 1, 0:20
7 December 1996 Win Gary Goodridge Submission (Fatigue) Ultimate Ultimate 96 Round 1, 11:19
17 November 1996 Win Mark Hall Submission (Forearm Choke) U-Japan Round 1, 5:29
12 July 1996 Loss Mark Coleman TKO (Strikes) UFC 10 The Tournament Round 1, 11:34
12 July 1996 Win Brian Johnston Submission (Strikes) UFC 10 The Tournament Round 1, 4:37
12 July 1996 Win Mark Hall TKO (Strikes) UFC 10 The Tournament Round 1, 9:22
17 May 1996 Win Amaury Bitetti TKO (Strikes) UFC 9 Motor City Madness Round 1, 9:30

16 February 1996 Win Gary Goodridge Submission (Position) UFC 8 David vs. Goliath Round 1, 2:14 Won UFC 8 Tournament
16 February 1996 Win Sam Adkins TKO (Cut) UFC 8 David vs. Goliath Round 1, 0:48
16 February 1996 Win Thomas Ramirez KO UFC 8 David vs. Goliath Round 1, 0:08 Holds the record for the fastest Knockout in UFC history. Recently tied by James "The Sandman" Irvin at UFC Fight Night 13.