1. Manny Pacquiao: What Can I Do If My Opponent Doesn't Want to Fight?

    Boxing is a combat sport that requires two men to duke it out with their fisting skills, hurt each other and try to knock each other out for 12 gruelling rounds...

    Richie D. Laguda Written by Richie D. Laguda about over 3 years ago 1,248 reads 37 comments

  2. Manny Pacquiao: The Quest to Do What Others Did Not

    In the highest echelon of boxing, winning against top opponents is glorious, but putting up a sensational performance is what really defines greatness...

    Richie D. Laguda Written by Richie D. Laguda about over 3 years ago 789 reads 3 comments

  3. Manny Pacquiao: The Irony of Being the Best

    When pound-for-pound king Manny Pacquiao accepted the offer to face Sugar Shane Mosley on May 7, 2011, immediately the Internet was littered with disgust and unpleasant criticism from both media and fans...

    Richie D. Laguda Written by Richie D. Laguda about almost 4 years ago 2,492 reads 81 comments

  4. Juan Manuel Marquez: Chasing for the Right Reasons

    Immediately after his masterful performance over Michael Katsidis via a ninth round stoppage, Juan Manual Marquez wasted no time in calling for a third clash with Manny Pacquiao...

    Richie D. Laguda Written by Richie D. Laguda about 4 years ago 675 reads 1 comments

  5. Manny Pacquiao and the 5-Weight Class Challenge

    Boxing is all about economics and fighting against the best for supremacy, albeit the former usually outweighs the latter...

    Richie D. Laguda Written by Richie D. Laguda about 4 years ago 256 reads 13 comments

  6. Manny Pacquiao's 5 Biggest Opponents: More Staying Power, More Damage

    With the exception of Joshua Clottey who went into hiding at the back of his gloves practically almost the entire 12 rounds in Dallas last March 13, 2010, Manny Pacquiao seemed to ...

    Richie D. Laguda Written by Richie D. Laguda about 4 years ago 2,781 reads 13 comments

  7. Bernard Hopkins Peddling Shane Mosley for Manny Pacquiao

    Legendary boxer Bernard Hopkins is making a case against Manny Pacquiao by saying on record that Pacquiao “has not fought a top African-American Boxer” and that “ ...

    Richie D. Laguda Written by Richie D. Laguda about 4 years ago 981 reads 18 comments