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PostPosted: Mon Jul 14, 2008 9:36 am 
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not enough punches or was he just too careful not get that jaw tagged again? sayang naman. did he complain of anything after the fight?

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 14, 2008 9:49 am 
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thanks for the info


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 14, 2008 9:50 am 
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not enough punches or was he just too careful not get that jaw tagged again? sayang naman. did he complain of anything after the fight?


Could be a little bit of both.

And no, he didn't seem to be challenging the verdict. Haven't read any quotes from him yet though, so we'll see, perhaps in a day or two.


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 14, 2008 10:00 am 
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i guess he knew he lost. 8)

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 15, 2008 11:08 pm 
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as I was checking upcoming fights, I happen to notice below sched;

SATURDAY (July 19, 2008) - at Cebu City, Philippines - 12 rounds,
bantamweights: Gerry Penalosa (53-6-2, 36 KOs)
vs. Isidro Garcia (25-4-2, 8 KOs).


Bro Butch, pardon me but can you please confirm this bout. Thanks :)

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 15, 2008 11:14 pm 
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 2008 10:04 am 
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cinderella_man wrote:
as I was checking upcoming fights, I happen to notice below sched;

SATURDAY (July 19, 2008) - at Cebu City, Philippines - 12 rounds,
bantamweights: Gerry Penalosa (53-6-2, 36 KOs)
vs. Isidro Garcia (25-4-2, 8 KOs).


Bro Butch, pardon me but can you please confirm this bout. Thanks :)


Gerry's schedule has been changing like crazy. Last I checked, it was supposed to be against Nestor Rocha for August. But checking boxrec now, that isn't the case anymore.

I'll update as soon as I receive word on Gerry's next match 8)


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 2008 10:26 am 
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Update:
http://philboxing.com/news/story-17867.html

Rev Santillan (Welterweight, improves to 25-4-1, 18 ko’s) TKO7 Yoshiharu Ikeda


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 2008 4:12 pm 
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(Updated - July 16, 2008 - Philippine time)

Minimumweight - 105 Pounds
Donnie Nietes (22-1-3, 13 ko's) WBO Minimumweight Champion
Eriberto Gejon (23-4-1, 14 ko's)
Florante Condes (22-4-1, 20 ko's)

Light Flyweight - 108 Pounds
Bert Batawang (52-7, 36 ko’s)
Juanito Rubillar (46-10-7, 22 ko')
Sonny Boy Jaro (28-6-5, 17 ko's)
Rodel Mayol (24-3, 19 ko's)
Wyndel Janiola (19-4-1, 9 ko's)
Glenn Donaire (17-4-1, 9 ko's) - LOST
Along Denoy (17-7-1, 9 ko's)

Flyweight - 112 Pounds
Nonito Donaire (19-1, 12 ko's) IBF Flyweight Champion
Brian Viloria (22-2, 13 ko's)
Rexon Flores (18-4-4, 9 ko's)

Super Flyweight - 115 Pounds
Z Gorres (28-2-2, 15 ko's)
AJ Banal (17-0-1, 14 ko's)

Bantamweight - 118 Pounds
Gerry Penalosa (53-6-2, 36 ko’s) WBO Bantamweight Champion
Eric Barcelona (43-14-4, 14 ko's)
Michael Domingo (35-14-2, 14 ko's)
Diosdado Gabi (30-4-1, 21 ko’s)
Rolly Lunas (24-6-1, 14 ko’s)

Super Bantamweight - 122 Pounds
Rey Bautista (25-1, 18 ko's)
Bernabe Concepcion (25-1-1, 14 ko's)
Malcolm Tunacao (22-2-3, 15 ko's)

Featherweight - 126 Pounds
Michael Farenas (21-2-2, 18 ko's)

Super Featherweight - 130 Pounds
Bobby Pacquiao (28-14-3, 13 ko’s)

Lightweight - 135 Pounds
Manny Pacquiao (47-3-2, 36 ko's) WBC Lightweight Champion
Randy Suico (28-3, 24 ko's)
Dennis Laurente (29-3-5, 15 ko's)
Jimrex Jaca (28-5-3, 13 ko's)
Ranee Ganoy (24-10-2, 20 ko’s)
Czar Amonsot (18-3-1, 10 ko's)

Welterweight - 147 Pounds
Rev Santillan (25-4-1, 18 ko’s) - WON


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 20, 2008 12:59 pm 
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Update:
http://philboxing.com/news/story-17945.html
http://www.boxrec.com/date_search.php?y ... &SUBMIT=Go

Ranee Ganoy (Lightweight, improves to 25-10-2, 21 ko’s) KO2 Sapapetch Sor Sakaorat
Bert Batawang (Jr. Flyweight, now 53-7, 36 ko’s) TechD6 Benjie Sorolla


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 27, 2008 10:32 pm 
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Results:

Bernabe Concepcion (Jr. Featherweight, improves to 26-1-1, 15 ko's) TKO3 Adam Carrera
Rafael Concepcion KO10 AJ Banal (Super Flyweight, down to 17-1-1, 14 ko's)
Michael Domingo (Bantamweight, now 36-14-2, 15 ko's) KO2 Rivo Rengkung


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 31, 2008 9:07 pm 
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Michael Farenas (Featherweight, 22-2-2, 19 ko's) KO6 Boonmee Sithsrivinitwitthayakom


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 03, 2008 11:55 am 
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Results on the complete card:
http://philboxing.com/news/story-18186.html

Bobby Pacquiao (Lightweight, improves to 29-14-3, 14 ko's) KO8 Decho Bankluaygym
Rolly Lunas (Bantamweight, now 25-6-1, 14 ko's) UD12 Kaona Klongpajol
Marvin Tampos DQ Eric Barcelona (Bantamweight, down to 43-15-4, 14 ko's)


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 05, 2008 12:18 am 
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I really couldn't understand how boxrec works. They have Along Denoy rated higher than Bert Batawang, Juanito Rubillar and Rodel Mayol. I'm just wondering what has he done to merit such a lofty rating?


The boxrec ratings are computerized without human interference, so they are prone to look a bit silly sometimes. I do know that recent losses to top competition do cause a boxer to fall a bit and that the ratings are based more on what a boxer has done lately, rather than what the boxer accomplished more than 2 years ago. Try to think of the boxrec ratings that way and you will see that #19 Rodel Mayol is 2-2 since January 2006, with a victory against #26 Lorenzo Trejo and #231 Masatsuga Okada. Bert Batawang is 5-0, 5KO in the last 2 years with his most impressive victory coming February 24, 2007 against Sofyan Efendi (7-3-1, 6KO according to boxrec)...However Efendi is actually (17-3-1) with 10 bouts not reported. If these Efendi bouts ever get reported his rating will rise in boxrec. The other 4 Batawang wins came against lesser opposition and Along Dinoy is coming off of a huge victory to a formidable opponent in Thailand as well as a big victory in the U.S. against a formidable opponent in the U.S., so Dinoy has the bigger victories recently. Hopefully this explanation will involve a less head scratching.. :?

Does boxrec's p4p ratings also based on what a particular fighter has done lately? Because I couldn't fathom how they can place Juan Manuel Marquez above Manny. Their current p4p lists Pac at 5th and JMM at 4th... and wow! Bernard Hopkins in 3rd place?! If their regular ratings makes people scratch their heads, their p4p ratings is mind-boggling.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 05, 2008 9:04 am 
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When looking at the boxrec ratings the main thing to consider is strength of opposition: For example if you look at Bernard Hopkins high rating it also based on the strength of his opponent's victories....this is what makes the computerized system seem flawed at times, however it is a pretty good indicator of what kind of competition a boxer has faced in his career. You really have to earn a high rating - it isn't given to you.

As far as the P4P List- I'm not quite sure what criteria is being used. I see Juan Manuel Marquez is rated #1 Super Featherweight and Manny Pacquiao #1 Lightweight, but Manuel Marquez is rated just above Pacquiao in the boxrec P4P Rating. I guess this says the 2 pugilists should fight a 3rd bout due to the previous 2 being so close on the cards. The boxrec ratings are more of a barometer than anything else, nobody holds the boxrec ratings as anything more relevant than that....there is no boxrec rating committee or title, etc......


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