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PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2011 6:58 am 
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Dodong Alicaba wrote:
Forget about the crabs in the Philippines Manny kahit sa panahon ng kastila may hudas talaga


so true bro...kahit sa panahon ng kastila may mga Filipino na pinapahamak ang kapwa nila kababayan...


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2011 7:56 am 
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Fourth fight can't be an exciting to be waited,all knows already the possible outcome. But I want Manny to fight for any aggressive but elite fighters to view the knock outs.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2011 2:57 pm 
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When I talk about Filipino judases I'm referring to the likes of D source Guillermo ,atty Ed Tolentino, Ronnie Nathaniel and some others


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2011 3:00 pm 
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Granville Ampong is another filipino judas at ksp pa


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2011 3:12 pm 
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If Marquez wants to have the fourth, he has to admit he lost all the 3 fights. Most important, he should fight Chris John first.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2011 5:47 pm 
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I have to admit that the third fight was close,and so were the previous two fights. But the judges have given the victory to Manny Pacquiao for being the aggressor, busier fighter, and plus the fact that he is the champion. Jaun Manuel Marquez back peddaled all night, and never really did anything to threaten the champion to unseat his crown. Whether people agree with the decision or not, we just have to respect the judges decision.

Manny Pacquiao does not deserve the disrespect shown by the Mexican people after the fight. After all, he is not the one said that he won the fight, it was the judges! All that Manny Pacquiao did was to come in the ring and fight, and to perform for the people. Pacquiao does not deserve the ridicule from the people whom Manny Pacquiao himself wants to give a good show!

The Mexican people has been so disrespectful at Manny Pacquiao. They became so unruly in the MGM grand. They booed Pacquiao during interviews. They threw water bottles, soda cans, coins, crumpled papers, etc. They forgot the fact that Pacquiao is just a fighter, he is not the judge! Now, imagine what would the Mexican people throw at Pacquiao if ever the fight will be held in Mexico and Manny Pacquiao will again emerge victorious in another close fight!



Marquez wants to fight Pacquiao in Mexico so he can do all his dirty tactics and blatant cheating!


he is the challenger and yet he is calling mp on his very own backyard? move on jmm, you're indeed a great fighter, but you always fell short against MP..and thats a fact..!! :biglaugh:


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2011 7:22 pm 
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[quote="CPK-MB"]I have to admit that the third fight was close,and so was the previous two fights. But the judges has given the victory to Manny Pacquiao for being the aggressor, busier fighter, and plus the fact that he is the champion. Jaun Manuel Marquez back peddaled all night, and never really did anything to threaten the champion to unseat his crown. Whether people agree with the decision or not, we just have to respect the judges decision.

Msnny Pacquiao does not deserve the disrespect shown by the Mexican people after the fight. After all, he is not the one said that he won the fight, it was the judges! All that Manny Pacquiao did was to come in the ring and fight, and to perform for the people. Pacquiao does not deserve the ridicule from the people whom Manny Pacquiao himself wants to give a good show!

The Mexican people has been so disrespectful at Manny Pacquiao. They became so unruly in the MGM grand. They booed Pacquiao during interviews. They threw water bottles, soda


I think the Mexicans gonna throw Granada next time jmm lost to Pacquiao

cans, coins, crumpled papers, etc. They forgot the fact that Pacquiao is just a fighter, he is not the judge! Now, imagine what would the Mexican people throw at Pacquiao if ever the fight will be held in Mexico and Manny Pacquiao will again emerge victorious in another close fight![/quote]


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2011 8:01 pm 
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CPK-MB wrote:
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Marquez being a counter puncher is natural to be seen in the defensive way of fighting, He's not an aggressor since their first fight. But the trilogy was Manny's brilliant fight because he won through score. Not like their second fight that made him won through a vicious knockdown.


Incidentally, I also view it the same way you do bro!
The third fight showed that Manny Pacquiao can outbox a boxer. It showed that Pacquiao can fight a very scientific fight against a very scientific boxer with excellent boxing fundamentals in Juan Manuel Marquez!


I agree bro. This is what many fans failed to see in Manny. Excellent boxing skills! I didn't find the fight boring like the others did.

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2011 8:36 pm 
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Dodong Alicaba wrote:
When I talk about Filipino judases I'm referring to the likes of D source Guillermo ,atty Ed Tolentino, Ronnie Nathaniel and some others


Maybe you should also include Recah in this bunch. But why? They're writers and boxing analysts, and it's their job to call the shots as they see fit. Some may have gone overboard with their language but still they would have been judases too to their profession if what they say is only meant to please not to express their honest belief.
Since when does one become a judas by practicing candor and honesty in your chosen profession?


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2011 8:49 pm 
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[quote="Emmanuel53"][quote="Dodong Alicaba"]When I talk about Filipino judases I'm referring to the likes of D source Guillermo ,atty Ed Tolentino, Ronnie Nathaniel and some others[/quote]

Maybe you should also include Recah in this bunch. But why? They're writers and boxing analysts, and it's their job to call the shots as they see fit. Some may have gone overboard with their language but still they would have been judases too to their profession if what they say is only meant to please not to express their honest belief.
Since when does one become a judas by practicing candor and honesty in your chosen profession?[/quote]
As what my American friends said, Filipino journalis are somehow expected to rally behind their boxing hero and to otherwise maybe considered a traitor.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2011 9:00 pm 
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Judges have rendered their decision , compubox result has affirmed the accuracy of the verdict . But how come these bunch of judases are opposing the judges decision favoring their very own national hero?


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2011 9:04 pm 
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Recah Trinidad has always sided with Juan manuel Marquez since Manny Pacquiao first fought with this Mexican


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2011 9:06 pm 
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Dodong Alicaba wrote:
Emmanuel53 wrote:
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When I talk about Filipino judases I'm referring to the likes of D source Guillermo ,atty Ed Tolentino, Ronnie Nathaniel and some others


Maybe you should also include Recah in this bunch. But why? They're writers and boxing analysts, and it's their job to call the shots as they see fit. Some may have gone overboard with their language but still they would have been judases too to their profession if what they say is only meant to please not to express their honest belief.
Since when does one become a judas by practicing candor and honesty in your chosen profession?

As what my American friends said, Filipino journalis are somehow expected to rally behind their boxing hero and to otherwise maybe considered a traitor.


In the first place,Americans value the liberty to express their honest opinion. Why should you write an article which you feel doesn't express your honest belief? Boxing writers and analysts should go beyond being fans and sycophants who only know how to sing platitudes. They should be true to their profession and calling or else they become mere publicists or public relations men protecting selfish interests.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2011 9:09 pm 
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Dodong Alicaba wrote:
Judges have rendered their decision , compubox result has affirmed the accuracy of the verdict . But how come these bunch of judases are opposing the judges decision favoring their very own national hero?


Gerry Penalosa lost to Daniel Ponce de Leon. So those expressing their disgust , and a host of Filipino writers did, over the decision and scoring should no longer express their disgust since the judges already rendered their decision. Is that what you're saying?


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2011 9:18 pm 
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[quote="Dodong Alicaba"]Recah Trinidad has always sided with Juan manuel Marquez since Manny Pacquiao first fought with this Mexican[/quote]
Therefore Recah is not considered a judas anymore but rather part of the enemy


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