1. The Search For The Next B/R Queen, Is It Burger Or Spaghetti?

    I'm at McDonald's standing in front of the counter confused, puzzled. I don't know what to order, two equally delicious snacks. Is it burger or is it spaghetti? In the end I ordered both...

    John Louie Ramos Written by John Louie Ramos about over 5 years ago 60 reads 5 comments

  2. What's It Take To Be a POTD Article? First an Article Must Be Magical...

    First an article must be magical, It must spread its wings and soar just like eagles, It must turn your sadness into smiles and giggles, Then, it must captivate your imagination ...

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  3. Formula One Racers Against Mad Filipino Jeepney Drivers

    I'm not blessed to own a Ferrari Enzo, that's why whenever I go to school (and that means everyday) I am succumbed to an almost two hour jeepney ride from our house at the peaceful province of Bulacan to the busy city streets of Manila...

    John Louie Ramos Written by John Louie Ramos about over 5 years ago 954 reads 6 comments

  4. The Lives of Great Men: Lance Armstrong, an Inspiration

    "Greatness is not a measure of how great you are but how great others came to be because of you." I am sentimental, I always look up for inspiration whether it's my uncle, my dad, my mom, a ...

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  5. The First Super Bowl Game I Watched: What's With the Superb Owl? Part Two

    I'm not convinced with the arguments and logic on why would I watch the Superb Owl, and learning it's history isn't enough learning...

    John Louie Ramos Written by John Louie Ramos about over 5 years ago 95 reads 2 comments

  6. The Lives Of Great Men: Julio Cesar Chavez, El Gran Campeon De Mexico

    "Greatness is not a measure of how great you are but how great others came to be because of you." Mexico is blessed to have great fighters, arguably their greatest champion, Julio Cesar Chavez, ...

    John Louie Ramos Written by John Louie Ramos about over 5 years ago 605 reads 3 comments

  7. Katsidis Decisions Ramirez, Nothing to be Excited About

    After losing two consecutive bouts last year, Michael "The Great" Katsidis finally bounces back Saturday night winning against Angel Ramirez to claim the WBO Asia-Pacific Lightweight Championship...

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  8. The Myth Of "White Men Can't Jump"

    If you were born around 1992 you've probably watched or even heard of the movie "White Men Can't Jump". It's a story about two street basketball players, one's a black guy and the other's white...

    John Louie Ramos Written by John Louie Ramos about over 5 years ago 2,314 reads 1 comments

  9. People Are Really Good at Heart, So As The Bad Boys Of Sports

    People are really good at heart.. That's what I've learn from reading Anne Frank's diary, Come to think of it people really are good at heart. The bad boys aren't born bad and doesn't die bad...

    John Louie Ramos Written by John Louie Ramos about over 5 years ago 664 reads 5 comments

  10. Is Boxing Nowadays Worth Your Two Cents?

    Hyperinflation, recession, financial crisis, mass layoff, currency devaluation, budget deficit, seasonal unemployment.....

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  11. My Sports Hero: Not Kobe Bryant, Not LeBron James...Just My Uncle

    Men idolize greatness. We are bound to admire winners and forget about losers. Perhaps it's merely human nature. The runner praises Bolt, as the footballer admires Favre. A boxer mimics Pacquiao, while the swimmers are inspired by Phelps...

    John Louie Ramos Written by John Louie Ramos about over 5 years ago 511 reads 106 comments

  12. It's Still Pacquiao-Hatton on May 2! It's a Work in Process

    The fight is off...goodbye...adios...it's final... After hearing, reading, and inhaling a lot of buzz from a proposed megafight featuring Manny Pacquiao of the Philippines against Ricky Hatton of England...

    John Louie Ramos Written by John Louie Ramos about over 5 years ago 536 reads 1 comments

  13. The ABC's of Boxing

    A is for Angelo Dundee who says, "Oscar, you're blowing it." B is for Bob Arum and his bank account. C is for Calzhage, who should retire... Please! D is for Don King, who needs a haircut...

    John Louie Ramos Written by John Louie Ramos about over 5 years ago 95 reads 0 comments

  14. Of Scandals and Controversies: Pryor, Arguello, and the Black Bottle

    Perfect opposites are the foundation of classic fights. The worn-out hero versus villain storyline wherein at the end, the hero as usual will be triumphant but in the case of Aaron Pryor and Alexis Arguello, it didn't turned out to be...

    John Louie Ramos Written by John Louie Ramos about over 5 years ago 3,459 reads 12 comments

  15. Of Scandals and Controversies: The 1972 Injustice In Munich

    For most people, the year 1972 will always be associated with the Munich Massacre. Terrorist attacks, hostage taking, and mass murder in short non-sense killings...

    John Louie Ramos Written by John Louie Ramos about over 5 years ago 1,574 reads 22 comments

  16. Barrera-Khan Is On, Experience Against Youth

    Amir Khan is set for the biggest fight of his career on the other hand Marco Antonio Barrera is set for his biggest fight since coming out of retirement...

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  17. Michael Katsidis: Is He Great, or Am I Just Drunk?

    In 2007 Michael Katsidis had his year—two exciting, nail-biter kind of a fights. The first, against Graham Earl, was a dramatic fight wherein Earl was down three times. Although his corner threw the towel, the referee didn't stop the fight...

    John Louie Ramos Written by John Louie Ramos about over 5 years ago 159 reads 2 comments

  18. What's with the Superb Owl?

    Living in the Philippines, a country where abundance of a basketball court is just like the abundance of slot machines in Las Vegas...

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  19. The Inaguration Of Obama, Will Change Follow?

    Tuesday, January 20 2009, It won't be your usual day!, In that day, on the steps of the United States Capitol, Washington D.C. President-elect Barack Obama will finally take his oath as the 44th President of America...

    John Louie Ramos Written by John Louie Ramos about over 5 years ago 289 reads 1 comments

  20. Watch Out, Here Come the Filipinos!

    Young, Brave, Courageous. Those words I think would best describe Filipino Boxers, I'm saying boxers with an "s" cause I'm not only refering to Manny Pacquiao...

    John Louie Ramos Written by John Louie Ramos about over 5 years ago 793 reads 7 comments

  21. Chris John—Who's He?

    Chris John, John who? Perhaps you never heard of the "Dragon," the pride of Indonesia, the undefeated WBA featherweight champion of the world. Well, after 43 fights in the last 10 years, John will finally have his U...

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  22. Literary Nonsense: My Great First Three Weeks on Bleacher Report

    After a long unimaginable sleep of nine hours, it's nice to be back here in front of the computer and start those fingers working...

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  23. Oscar De La Hoya Has One More Fight Left in Him

    "You, me, or nobody is gonna hit as hard as life. But it ain't about how hard you hit; it's about how hard you can get hit, and keep moving forward ...

    John Louie Ramos Written by John Louie Ramos about over 5 years ago 435 reads 4 comments

  24. Sports, Literature, Rule Of Law and a Lot Of Respect

    "Don't call people useless, retarded or stupid just because they have an opinion that is different and distinct from yours" I've been into sports for almost a decade now, that would be equivalent to half of my life...

    John Louie Ramos Written by John Louie Ramos about over 5 years ago 159 reads 0 comments

  25. Where Have All The Heroes Gone? The Story Of Mike Tyson

    "We have a strong urge to idolize greatness and to judge harshly when the great ones fall from the pinnacle on which we have placed them." So is the story of Malik Abdul Aziz, popularly known as Mike Tyson, the former undisputed champion of the world...

    John Louie Ramos Written by John Louie Ramos about over 5 years ago 1,938 reads 35 comments