May 3, 2009

PACMAN wins against Hatton!



Congratulations MANNY!

"walang malaking nakakapuwing"

Pacquiao started the fight strongest, knocking down a sluggish Hatton twice in the first round. At the bell, Hatton seemed to have re-grouped, only to get knocked down for the third time 2:59 into the second round, awarding Pacquiao the win by T.K.O. "The battle of East and West" was finished in only less than 5 minutes! the crowd was filled with shock as the Pound-for-Pound Boxer of the world showed them the true meaning of boxing! The Philippines, a small country at the South East truly showed the world that he is not to be under-estimated.


With just TWO rounds, the battle most awaited battle of the season ended with a TKO! Amazing! I was left with shock as the radio said the result! (well the radio is the first to broadcast the fight before TV!). Some even paid thousands of pesos for the Tickets on the Malls and for the Pay-per-views! (including my dad who watched it on Trinoma! for P600 my friends!) they all said on the radio that it was 'Bitin' in English it was so fast that it was finished in a jiffy!

The sports analysts noted Manny Pacquiao as the Greatest fighter that ever lived! nice! Our National Anthem was once again heard all over the world thanks to Mr. Martin Rivera with the special participation of the Filipino-Romanian wrestler Batista, man! I'm proud to be a Filipino! wee! the reporters even don't know what to say but wow!


Manny Pacquiao even said that he was a bit nervous because of the Hatton supporters almost dominating the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

Manny Pacquiao's Full Boxing Record
By Wikipedia

Win Loss Draw
Date Opponent Result Location Title belt(s) disputed
May 2, 2009 Flag of the United Kingdom Ricky Hatton 2nd round KO MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, United States IBO and The Ring Magazine light welterweight titles (Hatton's title belts)
December 6, 2008 Flag of the United States Oscar De La Hoya 8th round TKO MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, United States A non-title fight, fought at catchweight (welterweight)
June 28, 2008 Flag of the United States David Díaz 9th round KO Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, United States Won WBC world lightweight title
March 15, 2008 Flag of Mexico Juan Manuel Márquez Split decision Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, United States Won WBC and vacant The Ring Magazine world super featherweight title
October 6, 2007 Flag of Mexico Marco Antonio Barrera Unanimous decision Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, United States Retained WBC international super featherweight title
April 14, 2007 Flag of Mexico Jorge Solis 8th round KO Alamodome, San Antonio, United States Retained WBC international super featherweight title
November 18, 2006 Flag of Mexico Érik Morales 3rd round KO Thomas and Mack Center, Las Vegas, United States Retained WBC international super featherweight title
July 7, 2006 Flag of Mexico Óscar Larios Unanimous decision Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City, Philippines Retained WBC international super featherweight title
January 21, 2006 Flag of Mexico Érik Morales 10th round TKO Thomas and Mack Center, Las Vegas, United States Retained WBC international super featherweight title
September 10, 2005 Flag of Mexico Héctor Velázquez 6th round TKO Staples Center, Los Angeles, United States Won vacant WBC international super featherweight title
March 19, 2005 Flag of Mexico Érik Morales Unanimous decision MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, United States WBC international super featherweight title
December 11, 2004 Flag of Thailand Fahsan (3K Battery) Por Thawatchai 4th round TKO Fort Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City, Philippines
May 8, 2004 Flag of Mexico Juan Manuel Márquez Draw MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, United States WBA and IBF world featherweight title
November 15, 2003 Flag of Mexico Marco Antonio Barrera 11th round TKO Alamodome, San Antonio, United States Won The Ring Magazine world featherweight title
July 26, 2003 Flag of Mexico Emmanuel Lucero 3rd Round KO Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, United States Retained IBF world super bantamweight title
March 15, 2003 Flag of Kazakhstan Serikzhan Yeshmagambetov 5th round TKO Rizal Park, Manila, Philippines
October 26, 2002 Flag of Thailand Fahbrakorb Rakkiatgym 1st round KO Rizal Memorial College Gym, Davao City, Philippines Retained IBF world super bantamweight title
June 8, 2002 Flag of Colombia Jorge Eliecer Julio 2nd Round TKO The Pyramid, Memphis, United States Retained IBF world super bantamweight title
November 10, 2001 Flag of the Dominican Republic Agapito Sánchez 6th Round Technical Draw Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, United States WBO and IBF world super bantamweight title
June 23, 2001 Flag of South Africa Lehlohonolo Ledwaba 6th Round TKO MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, United States Won IBF world super bantamweight title
April 28, 2001 Flag of Thailand Wethya Sakmuangklang 6th round TKO Kidapawan City, Cotabato, Philippines Retained WBC international super bantamweight title
February 24, 2001 Flag of Japan Tetsutoru Senrima 5th round TKO Manila, Philippines Retained WBC international super bantamweight title
October 14, 2000 Flag of Australia Nedal Hussein 10th round TKO Ynares Center, Antipolo City, Philippines Retained WBC international super bantamweight title
June 28, 2000 Flag of South Korea Seung-Kon Chae 1st round TKO Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City, Philippines Retained WBC international super bantamweight title
March 4, 2000 Flag of the Philippines Arnel Barotillo 4th round KO Ninoy Aquino Stadium, Manila, Philippines Retained WBC international super bantamweight title
December 12, 1999 Flag of the Philippines Reynante Jamili 2nd round KO Elorde Sports Complex, Parañaque, Philippines Won WBC international super bantamweight title
September 17, 1999 Flag of Thailand Medgoen Singsurat 3rd round KO Pakpanag Metropolian Stadium, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand Lost WBC world flyweight title
April 24, 1999 Flag of Mexico Gabriel Mira 4th round TKO Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City, Philippines Retained WBC world flyweight title
February 20, 1999 Flag of Australia Todd Makelim 3rd round TKO Kidapawan City, Philippines
December 24, 1998 Flag of Thailand Chatchai Sasakul 8th round KO Tonsuk College Ground, Phutthamonthon, Thailand Won WBC world flyweight title
May 18, 1998 Flag of Japan Shin Terao 1st round TKO Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
December 6, 1997 Flag of Thailand Panomdej Ohyuthanakorn 1st round KO South Cotabato Stadium, Koronadal, South Cotabato, Philippines Retained OPBF flyweight title
September 13, 1997 Flag of the Philippines Melvin Magramo Decision Cebu City, Philippines
June 26, 1997 Flag of Thailand Chokchai Chockvivat 5th round KO Mandaluyong City, Philippines Won OPBF flyweight title
May 30, 1997 Flag of the Philippines Ariel Austria 6th round TKO Almendras Gym, Davao City, Philippines
April 24, 1997 Flag of South Korea Wook-Ki Lee 1st round KO Makati City, Philippines
March 3, 1997 Flag of the Philippines Mike Luna 1st round KO Muntinlupa City, Philippines
December 28, 1996 Flag of South Korea Sung-Yul Lee 2nd round TKO Muntinlupa City, Philippines
July 27, 1996 Flag of Indonesia Ippo Gala 2nd round TKO Mandaluyong City, Philippines
June 15, 1996 Flag of the Philippines Bert Batiller 4th round TKO Mandaluyong City, Philippines
May 5, 1996 Flag of the Philippines John Medina 4th round TKO Manila, Philippines
April 27, 1996 Flag of the Philippines Marlon Carillo Decision Manila, Philippines
February 9, 1996 Flag of the Philippines Rustico Torrecampo 3rd round KO Mandaluyong City, Philippines
January 13, 1996 Flag of the Philippines Lito Torrejos Decision* Paranaque City, Philippines
December 9, 1995 Flag of the Philippines Rolando Toyogon Decision Manila, Philippines
November 11, 1995 Flag of the Philippines Rudolfo Fernandez 3rd round TKO Mandaluyong City, Philippines
October 21, 1995 Flag of the Philippines Renato Mendones 2nd Round TKO Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines
October 7, 1995 Flag of the Philippines Lolito Laroa Decision Makati City, Philippines
September 16, 1995 Flag of the Philippines Armando Rocil 3rd round KO Mandaluyong City, Philippines
August 3, 1995 Flag of the Philippines Acasio Simbajon Decision Mandaluyong City, Philippines
July 1, 1995 Flag of the Philippines Dele Decierto 2nd round TKO Mandaluyong City, Philippines
May 1, 1995 Flag of the Philippines Rocky Palma Decision Cavite, Philippines
March 18, 1995 Flag of the Philippines Pinoy Montejo Decision Mindoro Occidental, Philippines
January 22, 1995 Flag of the Philippines Edmund Enting Ignacio Decision Mindoro Occidental, Philippines



From all of the Filipinos and also the foreign Supporters around the world CONGRATULATIONS PACMAN!

Who do you think should PACMAN battle next?

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