Team Lakay coach Mark Sangiao predicts Eduard Folayang will knock out his Japanese opponent, Kotetsu Boku, in the ONE Fighting Championship (ONE FC) event on May 2, revealing that the Team Lakay fighter has improved a lot.

“But if Eduard won't be able to knock Boku out, I'm sure it's going to be a great fight until the third round and it may go to a decision,” Sangiao said.


Fil-Am boxer joins MMA

By Robbie Pangilinan
The first Filipina boxing world champion Ana “The Hurricane” Julaton recently signed an exclusive contract with ONE Fighting Championship, Asia’s largest Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) organization. But Julaton isn’t quitting boxing. In fact, she has a scheduled boxing match on May 29 in New York City promoted by Allan Tremblay of Orion Sports Management.


PBA quarters

HIGH-STAKES hoops action ushered in by the start of the playoffs of the National Basketball Association at the weekend is further expanded on the local front as the Philippine Basketball Association’s Commissioner’s Cup commences with the quarterfinal round this week.

Following the last play date of the classification phase last Sunday the cast of the Commissioner’s Cup quarters is now complete. Left standing after seven weeks of elimination play are the Talk ‘N Text Tropang Texters, San Miguel Beermen, Alaska Aces, Rain or Shine Elastopainters, Meralco Bolts, San Mig Super Coffee Mixers, Air21 Express and Barangay Ginebra San Miguel Kings.


Bernard Hopkins on Adonis Stevenson, Floyd Mayweather Jr., Sergey Kovalev

By Lem Satterfield, THE RING
It was back on December 5 when Bernard Hopkins made his goal of unifying the light heavyweight division before January of 2015 when he turns 50 public.
At the time, Hopkins (55-6-2, 32 knockouts) still was more than a month away from his 49th birthday when he mapped out his plan to defeat promotional stablemate and WBA counterpart Beibut Shumenov before facing the winner between hard-hitting conterparts RING and WBC champion Adonis Stevenson and WBO beltholder Sergey Kovalev, who were then aligned with Showtime's network rival, HBO.


Does Pacman’s freelance agents pay taxes too?

By Robbie Pangilinan
The Pambansang Kamao is not just a big star in the ring. He has endorsements left and right, TV and radio guestings, TV features , movies, books, plus of course his concerts.

Politics and taxes were among the topics of discussion between President Benigno Aquino and boxing icon Manny Pacquiao during the latter’s courtesy call at the Malacanang Palace on Monday afternoon.


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