1. Manny Pacquiao Reaffirms His Greatness: Mauls Margarito, Wins Eighth World Title

    There is no doubt now. Manny Pacquiao is indeed the greatest boxer on the planet and his mauling of Mexico’s disgraced champion only added to Pacquiao’s status...

    Kenneth Ragpala Written by Kenneth Ragpala about over 3 years ago 925 reads 0 comments

  2. Manny Pacquiao Side Trips May Cost Him

    As much as this writer believes that Manny Pacquiao, holder of seven belts from seven different weight divisions, will trump Mexican mauler Antonio Margarito on November 13 th , ...

    Kenneth Ragpala Written by Kenneth Ragpala about over 3 years ago 1,597 reads 2 comments

  3. Boxing: Shane Langford In His Own Words

    People live with the cards fate dealt them with. Others may have the odds favoring their lives, while some have to keep on living with everything stacked against them. For Shane Langford, boxing was supposed to be his ticket to grandeur...

    Kenneth Ragpala Written by Kenneth Ragpala about over 4 years ago 648 reads 10 comments

  4. Mia Etel├Ąpelto: In Her Own Words

    If there is anything that can take a boxing fan’s attention from a good boxing match, it would be a fine babe. And fine babes can top a good brawl any time of the day. So perhaps it is a consensus desire amongst men that the two would mesh together.

    Kenneth Ragpala Written by Kenneth Ragpala about over 4 years ago 365 reads 3 comments

  5. Gerry Penalosa Should Retire for Good

    Former two-time world champion Gerry Penalosa has expressed his desire to fight Mexican Fernando Montiel for the latter’s WBO bantamweight title...

    Kenneth Ragpala Written by Kenneth Ragpala about over 4 years ago 160 reads 4 comments

  6. Lopez Survives Mtagwa's Late Rally To Retain Featherweight Title

    A lot of us got surprised last Saturday when WBO junior featherweight champion Juan Manuel Lopez defeated challenger Rogers Mtagwa from Tanzania in a very unfamiliar fashion...

    Kenneth Ragpala Written by Kenneth Ragpala about over 4 years ago 194 reads 15 comments

  7. Open Letter To Manny Pacquaio: Lose Mike Koncz

    Dear Manny Pacquiao, In the name of everything that is boxing, please fire Michael Koncz. I do know that in this sport that you so love passionately, you need to surround yourself with people ...

    Kenneth Ragpala Written by Kenneth Ragpala about over 4 years ago 1,323 reads 3 comments

  8. An Easy Title Fight For Juanma Lopez

    After a giving former world champion Gerry Penalosa his first defeat by knockout in April 2009 and dispatching Oliver Lontchi last June, Puerto Rico’s boxing sensation Juan Manuel ...

    Kenneth Ragpala Written by Kenneth Ragpala about almost 5 years ago 249 reads 4 comments

  9. Rey Boom Boom Bautista Seeks Redemption

    Redemption.This has got to be the only thing that fuels the returning Rey ‘Boom Boom’ Bautista, 26-2, as he gears up for another battle in the squared circle...

    Kenneth Ragpala Written by Kenneth Ragpala about almost 5 years ago 1,217 reads 4 comments

  10. Fernando Vargas To Fight Again: A Bad Move from an Admirable Man

    In the near future, another boxer will once again prove that it’s hard to stay outside the ring after hanging up the gloves...

    Kenneth Ragpala Written by Kenneth Ragpala about almost 5 years ago 1,113 reads 6 comments

  11. Gorgeous Fighting Females

    When it comes to highly competitive combat sports, those with well-defined female physique (plump breasts, nice body, and a face to match) are conventionally limited to do in-between round duties, ...

    Kenneth Ragpala Written by Kenneth Ragpala about almost 5 years ago 2,849 reads 3 comments

  12. Pacquiao-Cotto: Almost an Even Match

    With less than two months to go, both Manny Pacquiao and Miguel Cotto are gearing up for their very much anticipated superfight...

    Kenneth Ragpala Written by Kenneth Ragpala about almost 5 years ago 1,133 reads 26 comments

  13. Mayweather Victory Over Marquez: No Glory at All

    It was a mismatch right from the start. Heart was the only thing working for Marquez—and the catch weight of 144 pounds. But still, I hoped for a Marquez victory...

    Kenneth Ragpala Written by Kenneth Ragpala about almost 5 years ago 2,041 reads 117 comments

  14. The Evolution of the Boxing Gloves

    Modern boxers are a far cry from their ancient opposites. Back in ancient times, the practice of fist fighting was a brutal and completely merciless form of combat. It was never a competition...

    Kenneth Ragpala Written by Kenneth Ragpala about almost 5 years ago 2,077 reads 0 comments

  15. Boxing's New Tonic: La Dinamita Essential

    For all reasons and their worth, I want Juan Manuel Marquez to knock the hell out of Floyd Mayweather, Jr., come September 19 in Las Vegas...

    Kenneth Ragpala Written by Kenneth Ragpala about almost 5 years ago 206 reads 24 comments

  16. My Thoughts on Oscar Larios

    In his whole career, Manny Pacquiao battled two Oscars and scored a victory over each. One is considered a living legend of the sport while the other was an underrated warrior. It was the latter who gave Pacquiao a tough fight that went the distance...

    Kenneth Ragpala Written by Kenneth Ragpala about almost 5 years ago 152 reads 6 comments

  17. Exit The Winter Soldier

    No, it’s not about the hero from the comics. It’s about a boxer who is in the twilight of his career and how he will not top it all off in a grand, spectacular fashion...

    Kenneth Ragpala Written by Kenneth Ragpala about 5 years ago 221 reads 32 comments

  18. The 10 Most Memorable Knockouts by Uppercuts in Boxing History

    (Uppercut – noun, boxing; a short, swinging blow directed upward, as to the chin.) One of the most devastating punches of the sport, the uppercut is usually used to wear the opponent down and set him up for the big finish...

    Kenneth Ragpala Written by Kenneth Ragpala about 5 years ago 1,950 reads 31 comments

  19. Cotto's Questionable Win Dims Chances for a Fight with Pacquiao

    It is no secret that Top Rank head honcho Bob Arum wants to stage a boxing showdown between WBO welterweight champ Miguel Cotto and IBO junior welterweight titlist and current P4P top dog Manny Pacquiao...

    Kenneth Ragpala Written by Kenneth Ragpala about 5 years ago 397 reads 21 comments

  20. Miguel Cotto Victory Over Joshua Clottey Smudged with Controversy

    The fight for the WBO Welterweight Championship has ended, but not as I expected. I said it would be a split decision victory for Clottey; it went to the other guy instead...

    Kenneth Ragpala Written by Kenneth Ragpala about 5 years ago 300 reads 7 comments

  21. Cotto Vs Clottey Pre-Fight Analysis

    One more day and it's Cotto against Clottey, or Clottey against Cotto. However you place their names, everybody is just excited to see who can beat the crap out of the other and probably win a date to their biggest fight yet—a bout with the No...

    Kenneth Ragpala Written by Kenneth Ragpala about 5 years ago 168 reads 2 comments