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PostPosted: Sun Feb 15, 2004 11:52 pm 
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We all know that most Pinoys has to step out of the motherland to win their title. So who was the last Pinoy to have a backing to stage his Title bid in local shore and win his title in front of the hometown crowd?


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 15, 2004 11:56 pm 
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Pare, not "defend" his title, right? but actually win the title? I just wanted to clarify. If it's defend, I'd have to say Espinosa.


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 16, 2004 12:03 am 
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Right Pare, the last Pinoy to win the title in PI (not defend).

Actually for last defense in local shore, it was Pacman vs Rakkaitgym...


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p_montero wrote:
Right Pare, the last Pinoy to win the title in PI (not defend).

Actually for last defense in local shore, it was Pacman vs Rakkaitgym...

Right. It was Pacman vs Rakkaitgym. How easily one forgets.

As far as winning the title, I'm just gonna take a wild guess on this one. If I'm wrong, I'll research it later unless someone else comes up with the answer. Was it Elorde? In March 1960, he won the world junior lightweight title with a seventh-round stoppage of Harold Gomes in Quezon City.


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 16, 2004 10:31 am 
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TACY MACALOS WON THE IBF JR. FLYWT TILE- IF MY ALCOHOL-CONTAMINATED MEMORY STILL SERVES ME RIGHT. I WAS STILL IN MY TEEN YEARS THAT TIME. THERE WAS A BAD WEATHER-TYPHOON AT THAT TIME THAT'S WHY THEY STARTED TO CALL HIM "TORNADO" MUCH LIKE WHEN ESPINOSA WON HIS TITLE AGAINST GALAXY WHEN THERE WAS EARTHQUAKE IN THE PHILIPPINES THAT'S WHY THEY STARTED TO CALL HIM 'LINDOL".


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 16, 2004 11:53 am 
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Rolando Bohol


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 17, 2004 10:17 pm 
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the alcohol-contaminated memories of boholano serves him right. tacy macalos won the ibf jr fly at the araneta coliseum on his rematch with jum hwan choi on nov 4, 1988. 16 years and counting, No Pinoy is yet lined up to be given a chance to shine on championship bid on local shore. consequently, rolando bohol also won his title on homeshore that same year on January against dodie boy's upset-minded korean foe chang ho choi. Our friend dindo gets an honorable mention for being close.

courtesy of the 80s, all 3 contestants get to pick up your now defunct SMB cervesa negra and a shuwarma at your local beerhouse.


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[quote="p_montero"]the alcohol-contaminated memories of boholano serves him right. tacy macalos won the ibf jr fly at the araneta coliseum on his rematch with jum hwan choi on nov 4, 1988. 16 years and counting, No Pinoy is yet lined up to be given a chance to shine on championship bid on local shore. consequently, rolando bohol also won his title on homeshore that same year on January against dodie boy's upset-minded korean foe chang ho choi. Our friend dindo gets an honorable mention for being close.

courtesy of the 80s, all 3 contestants get to pick up your now defunct SMB cervesa negra and a shuwarma at your local beerhouse.[/quote]----------------------------TAGAY, PARE. I WAS 17 YEARS OLD THEN, I ALWAYS DRINK TUBA AT THAT TIME COZ IT WAS CHEAPER. I THOUGHT MY MEMORY DESERTED ME ALREADY. I'M LOOKING FOR THAT FIGHT TAPE FROM SOMEBODY I KNOW. HEK. THE MACALOS FIGHT I HAVE IS A LOSS TO KITTIKASSEM.


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PostPosted: Fri May 06, 2016 2:53 pm 
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The question is not really that clear to me but:
Donaire defended his title against Bedak here in the Philippines in 2016...
Nietes won his title here in the Philippines in 2011...

If Nietes will be successful against Garcia, then he will take over Donaire's record...

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