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atmarcella
10-08-2009, 02:51
one tough hombre.

click (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iNWzwBHnZNA&feature=player_embedded)

manny is gonna be in the fight of his life. btw, margarito had loaded gloves.

JEZZZ
10-08-2009, 06:53
one tough hombre.

click (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iNWzwBHnZNA&feature=player_embedded)

manny is gonna be in the fight of his life. btw, margarito had loaded gloves.

Baka talagang totoong himatayin na si katorse nito pagnagkataon hehe :rofl:

bulm540
10-08-2009, 18:53
Yeah, he has not been the same after the vicious beating from Margarito. Hopefully Manny own't stand in front of him and trade punches. Manny should box and move.

Black_SIR
10-08-2009, 20:07
pacquiao yan for sure.


pacquiao - mayweather kasi yan mga bro :whistling:

atmarcella
10-09-2009, 01:09
di naman cguro papayag si cotto na i-benta laban nya.

bulm540
10-09-2009, 05:30
May shampoo naman si pacquiao.

Allegra
10-09-2009, 21:33
May shampoo naman si pacquiao.

Head and Shoulders
Minimize Fooling Her??

bulm540
10-09-2009, 21:36
Lol....

atmarcella
10-15-2009, 04:11
nice video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E49SNQ__gkw&NR=1&feature=fvwp)

atmarcella
10-26-2009, 02:20
ok here we go... episode 1 24/7 (http://www.pacquiaovideo.com/2009/10/manny-pacquiao-vs-miguel-cotto-hbo-247.html)

manny's gonna be in deep ****, his training camp is not... not going very well. buti nga matalo sya, para mababa sya ng konti.

atmarcella
10-26-2009, 02:36
notice villar the a-hole!

nrmcolt
10-27-2009, 04:03
Baka talagang totoong himatayin na si katursi nito pagnagkataon hehe :rofl:



Fix it for ya
:supergrin:

horge
10-27-2009, 06:44
If Pac is still around by Round 6, Cotto'll wind up KO'd/TKO'd.
Of course, Manny could get lucky much earlier in the fight.

After what I saw in Cotto-Clottey,
I think this one's in the bag for Pac.

h.

astig007
10-27-2009, 14:42
a fight's always different from the last. manny such a big prize for any boxer out there that it will inspire them to fight differently than their previous fights

bulm540
10-27-2009, 16:18
Manny will not stand in front of Cotto ( let;s hope not) Think Manny will win this one. Arum's take on both Camps. Looks like Pacquiao train 4-5 hours per day whole Cotto does 2 hours / day. http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/blog/index?entryID=4600184&name=rafael_dan

atmarcella
10-31-2009, 02:00
click (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YHmCYlIsX5E&feature=player_embedded)

PBF being ridden like a mule. laughed my heart out.

atmarcella
10-31-2009, 02:14
part2 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0Hz5-uYHso)

way better!

atmarcella
11-06-2009, 01:21
nakakahiya. pangulo natin nagpa interview sa 24/7. doesnt she have more important things to do?

episode 2 (http://dailycontributor.com/pacquiao-cotto-247-episode-2-3/8263/)

presidingglock
11-06-2009, 05:36
nakakahiya. pangulo natin nagpa interview sa 24/7. doesnt she have more important things to do?

episode 2 (http://dailycontributor.com/pacquiao-cotto-247-episode-2-3/8263/)

What do you mean? Is there a more urgent matter in the country than appearing in 24/7 and seeing to it that Pac is training his ass off? :tongueout::crying::embarassed:

Black_SIR
11-06-2009, 18:37
malapit na din ito ah.. :wow:

pogi
11-06-2009, 23:19
Head and Shoulders
Minimize Fooling Her??

That Head & Shoulder stamp on Manny's shorts had COST P&G P3M. (this part is true)
Pero MATATALO siya. Kasi ang gamit niya pang dandruff lang.
eh ang kalaban niya...KUTO! (this part is NOT true)
:rofl::tongueout::wavey:

Allegra
11-07-2009, 07:49
hehe dapat baygon ang nag ad

Seriously, he desrves all that money in boxing
Exciting kasi laban nya sa casual na manunuod
Unlike kay pbf, dapat marunong ka magboxing din kundi maknockout ka sa antok

atmarcella
11-09-2009, 02:08
episode 3 (http://www.pacquiaovideo.com/2009/11/manny-pacquiao-vs-miguel-cotto-247.html)

ppts799
11-09-2009, 04:33
yehey, mababa nanaman ang crime rate this sunday!!! :)

Vault Keeper
11-09-2009, 06:34
yehey, mababa nanaman ang crime rate this sunday!!! :)

and no TRAFFIC!!! :rofl::ufo:

atmarcella
11-10-2009, 01:46
predictions anyone???

my call,

it will go the distance, but it will be unanimous for pacman. based on pacmans fight with DLH, assuming that cotto can take more punishment than DLH bcos of his youth.

Wp.22
11-10-2009, 01:48
where to watch that for free? aside from the commercial laden TV broadcast

atmarcella
11-10-2009, 01:55
pot,

dito samin free sya sa cable tv bcos of politicians. they sponsor it.

9MX
11-10-2009, 06:57
both are sluggers, pacman by KO

Allegra
11-10-2009, 16:35
anyone know how I can get a an article by conrado de quiros 2 days ago about pacman?
galing basa nya sa mental strength ni pacquiao
Go Team Dionisia!

Wp.22
11-10-2009, 16:56
anyone know how I can get a an article by conrado de quiros 2 days ago about pacman?
galing basa nya sa mental strength ni pacquiao
Go Team Dionisia!


http://opinion.inquirer.net/inquireropinion/columns/view/20091108-235090/Greatness-sort-of

ONE is tempted to say Manny Pacquiao can do without any additional pressure put on his shoulders. And to say that landing on the cover of Time is a pressure is like saying Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo is a minor irritation. It is huge. It makes winning his fight against Miguel Cotto this Sunday an absolute must. But I don’t know that Pacquiao’s shoulders aren’t up to it. That in fact is one of the reasons he deserves to be on that magazine’s cover. He’s one of those amazing sports personalities who actually thrive on pressure, who court pressure as a chance to show the stuff he’s made of. He’s awed by the honor the magazine has just conferred on him, but he is not cowed by it. Look at the way he’s looking forward to the fight against Cotto. Without lapsing into trash talk—his culture frowns on it—indeed while completely respecting his opponent—he seems in little doubt about its outcome. He is going to win. It’s not just that losing is not an option, it’s that it’s simply not on his horizon.

Heaven forbid he does. That too is not just not an option for the country, it simply doesn’t loom on our horizon.

I myself am a little ambivalent about Time’s accolade.

On one side, it is of course a signal honor, a deep source of pride, for us. Only Corazon Aquino has done it before, and doubly so, a feat unlikely to be duplicated in the near future. Being put on Time’s cover thrusts Pacquiao into the ranks of Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods, sports figures whose impact on the games they play has been vast. Pacquiao himself has done the unprecedented feat of winning in several weight classes. Sugar Ray Leonard is right to say people do not seem to fully appreciate it when it is nothing short of spectacular. He himself, Leonard says, hasn’t done it. No boxer has done it. Pacquiao isn’t just demolishing adversaries, he is demolishing boundaries.

More than Jordan and Woods, Pacquiao has impacted not just on the game he plays but on the games other people play. That is to say, his impact has gone beyond sports. He isn’t just the hero of this country, he is the savior of this country. This country reposes its hope, its future, its destiny on him every time he fights. As news reports have pointed out, the crime rate in this country drops to near-zero when he fights as no respectable bank robber would be found plying his trade at that sacred hour. Less reported is that he unites Filipinos in more ways than one. When he fights, Filipinos forget that he has sung the praises of Malacañang and that his victories are likely to redound to the benefit of its occupants and root for him anyway, man and woman, young and old, two-legged and four.

But Pacquiao’s landing in Time is not without its disquieting aspects too. He himself says that he wants to prove that he represents a small but mighty country. That’s probably the last thing he will. All that his successes have highlighted in fact is that his country is a puny one. All they have done is etch in stark relief the epic contrast between the heights he has reached and the depths his country has sunk to.

There’s always something disquieting when a country pins its hopes, its future and its destiny on the outcome of a sports event. I know other countries do that with football. A player from Argentina was gunned down by underworld thugs for the unforgivable crime of accidentally kicking the ball into his own goal, thereby kicking Argentina out of the World Cup. And as everyone knows football is not a game in Brazil, it is a religion.

But it goes well beyond even that in this country. Pacquiao rose to fame by unmitigated grit at the very time his country fell into infamy by unmitigated gall. Pacquiao attained his glory at the very time Gloria attained her ingloriousness. The heaven the country felt with Pacquiao’s ascent to boxing Valhalla came alongside the hell it experienced with its government’s descent to political depravity. The Philippines came to be known the world over as the home of the best pound-for-pound fighter living today. But it also came to be known as the home of the worst peso-for-peso thieves living today. Pacquiao went on to become the most fearsome fighter in the ring, the Philippines went on to become the most corrupt country in the globe.

The reason this country worships Pacquiao the way humankind’s ancestors worshipped the sun is out of sheer need. The reason this country grinds to a halt every time Pacquiao fights is out of sheer hope. Having nothing to be proud of, having indeed everything to be ashamed of, we look up to Pacquiao’s fights as something to prop us up, as a source of replenishment. His victories aren’t just our victories, they are our very survival. Man does not live by bread alone, he lives by circuses too. Lacking the one, we make do with the other.

Truly, heaven forbid Pacquiao loses.

I am proud of Pacquiao being on the Time cover. But I am also bothered by the thought that it represents a decline in the national stature, driven home by the fact that not too long ago a Filipino did so as well for a far more epic achievement. That was Corazon Aquino who made it there twice for having fashioned stouter wings than Icarus in the form of People Power. It’s not just that boxing is a lesser achievement compared to the liberation of a country. Tiger Woods will never be Martin Luther King. It’s also that Cory’s achievement enriches the people rather than pauperizes them by contrast. It is Cory’s achievement that shows the country to be a small but mighty one, a country whose people are capable of breaking their chains, not least inside themselves, not least their penchant for mediocrity, and rise to breathtaking heights.

That is greatness. The other is just, well, sort of.

atmarcella
11-10-2009, 20:11
he hit DLH many times and DLH quit on the 8th. maybe cotto can do better. but then again.... did DLH get hit by a monster left hook? i think he did, and it woobled him. true welterweights kasi sila, unlike hatton.

horge
11-14-2009, 23:04
If Pac is still around by Round 6, Cotto'll wind up KO'd/TKO'd.
Of course, Manny could get lucky much earlier in the fight.

After what I saw in Cotto-Clottey,
I think this one's in the bag for Pac.

h.


Told y'all. :supergrin:

riddler
11-14-2009, 23:47
Pacquiao wins by TKO on the 12th!

atmarcella
11-14-2009, 23:51
lupet ni manny, dala nya talaga power nya hanggang welterweight.