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Charge for weigh-in tickets a boxing first; proceeds will go to charity

One of the most anticipated moments of any fight week is the weigh-in, especially in Las Vegas, where fans have often jammed the MGM Grand Garden Arena to cheer, chant and get a look at the boxers and to see them in one more faceoff the day before they fight.

In recent years, weigh-ins for fights involving Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao have been nearly as electric as the arena on some fight nights. And the beauty of it for fight fans is that by state law in Nevada weigh-ins are free public events in the same category as a Nevada State Athletic Commission meeting.

Fans hoping to see Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao step on the scale a night before their May 2 showdown will have to pay $10 for tickets. All many raised through sales will go to charity.


Jeremy Lin visits Pacquiao in training

ANOTHER National Basketball Association star visited Manny Pacquiao's training camp.

This time, it was fellow Asian sports hero Jeremy Lin who was spotted with Pacquiao in a tweet posted to the boxer's account.

"Thank you @JLin7 for coming to show your support. Thanks for showing your love for the Lord and being a good example," tweeted Pacquiao.


Ceasefire on May 2

By Robbie Pangilinan
Filipino boxing champion Manny Pacquiao asked the rebel groups Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF), New People’s Army (NPA), and government troops to stop fighting even for just a couple of hours on May 2, as he goes into the ring for the much-awaited fight of the century against Floyd Mayweather Jr.

“Ceasefire muna. Magkaisa tayo kahit sandal lang. Suportahan po ninyo ako at ipagdasal(Ceasefire first. Let us be united even for just a while. Support me and pray for me),” said the People’s Champ.

The Pacquiao-Mayweather fight happens on May 2 in Las Vegas and is expected to bring in the most famous people from politics, showbusiness, sports, and the whole world to the megafight. Boxing legend Evander Holyfield predicts that the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight will be one of the greatest fights of history.



10 April 2015 – Singapore: Asia’s largest mixed martial arts organization with a 90% market share, ONE Championship™ (ONE), has added five additional bouts to ONE: WARRIOR’S QUEST, the blockbuster event set to take place on 22 May at the state-of-the-art Singapore Indoor Stadium. After notching one of the best knockouts of 2014 in his ONE Championship debut, Timofey Nastyukhin will now drop down to featherweight to take on top contender Rob Lisita. Streaking featherweights Ev Ting and Marat Gafurov are also set to clash in a showdown of featherweight contenders. Lightweight Eddie Ng will return to action to take on Brazil’s Rafael Nunes. Singapore’s Benedict Ang will make his debut against Pakistan’s Waqar Umar while Angela Lee faces Aya Saber in a women’s strawweight bout.


Spieth wins Masters, ties record

By Noli Cruz
JORDAN SPIETH tied the Masters scoring record en route to winning his first major on Sunday at Augusta National.

He finished at 18-under, the same score posted by Tiger Woods when he also won his first major during the 1997 Masters.

Spieth ended his week with a 2-under 70 to beat Justin Rose and Phil Mickelson by four.

The 21-year-old Texan also set new Masters record with 28 birdies, three better than Phil Mickelson's previous record of 25 in 2001.


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