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Saturday, May 7, 2011

Pacquiao won against Mosley

Manny Pacquiao won against Shane Mosley today. The fight went the distance and Manny defeated Shane by unanimous decision. The scores were 120-107, 119-108, 119-108 all in favor of the Filipino ring icon.

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Thursday, April 21, 2011

Preview of Fight Camp Episode 2

Watch this video below for the preview of the 2nd episode of Fight Camp 360 which features Manny Pacquiao and Shane Mosley. The Pacquiao-Mosley fight will happen on May 7 at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Fight Camp 360 Episode 2 is brought to you by Showtime, a sister company of CBS.

Friday, March 25, 2011

Arum: Pacman ready vs Mosley

By Olmin Leyba

MANILA, Philippines - Top Rank boss Bob Arum is so pleased with how Manny Pacquiao looks and moves in training camp that a good six weeks before fight night, he already declared the Filipino icon ready to mix it up with Shane Mosley.

“He looks terrific. He looks very, very good,” said Arum, who flew in to Baguio to check on the high-altitude training of the pound-for-pound superstar under Freddie Roach at the Cooyesan Hotel’s Shape Up Gym.

“This is so early, and look how great he is. He can fight next week, probably,” exclaimed the 79-year-old promoter.

The fighting congressman from Sarangani is set to defend his World Boxing Organization welterweight title against Mosley on May 7 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

Arum said he’s quite impressed with how the 32-year-old Pacquiao, a feared southpaw with tremendous KO power, is fast developing a new weapon – his right hand.

“I like the way he’s been using that right hand, because I really believe that the right hand is gonna tell the story of the fight,” said Arum.

“Everybody knows that the left hand is his power hand, so Mosley’s gonna be looking for that left hand. But I think he’s using his right hand tremendously and that’s gonna be his big weapon,” he added.

Arum arrived in the Philippines early Monday accompanied by step daughter Dena Duboef, and two of Pacquiao’s sparmates, Shawn Porter and David Rodela.

From Manila, they were flown to the City of Pines on board the private plane of former Ilocos Sur Gov. Chavit Singson, just in time for the public workout of Pacquiao yesterday.

Arum said Pacquiao’s Baguio training camp, now on its second week, is running smoothly, unlike the previous build-up for the Antonio Margarito fight in which the Pacman looked sluggish.

“He’s just incredible. He’s really looking very, very good,” said Arum, leaving for the US on Wednesday night with no concern whatsoever on the way Pacquiao gears himself up for the showdown with Mosley.

Meanwhile, Shawn Porter and David Rodela, Pacquiao’s sparmates, arrived yesterday although Roach said the sparring sessions will only start next Tuesday.

While expressing satisfaction with the progress of Pacquiao’s training early in the camp, Roach said the Filipino icon remains far from reaching peak form to let him go sparring with Porter and Rodela, who have been with Team Pacquiao in past campaigns.

“He’s been off for a while, he still has some bad timing,” said Roach. “We’re not ready to fight yet.”

Sparring is scheduled every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday with two more sparring partners, who fight like Mosley, on standby in Los Angeles and ready to join the camp any moment.


Pacquiao’s battleplan vs Mosley a work in progres - Roach

By Roy Luarca

BAGUIO CITY, Philippines—For chief trainer Freddie Roach, Manny Pacquiao’s fight strategy against Shane Mosley on May 7 is a work in progress.

While doing the mitts with Pacquiao, Roach noted every punch thrown, avoided and absorbed. He conferred with Pacquiao from time to time and took suggestions from the world’s only eight-division world champion.

Then the trainer and the fighter tried to put these plans into motion.

While he used to complain about the many training distractions, Roach was all praises this time for Pacquiao’s newfound enthusiasm.

“Last week was really great, he’s very motivated,” said Roach, who gave Pacquiao a passing mark in their first week of training here. “He knows it’s not an easy fight and I love it that he knows that. I expect him to get better.”

Roach said Pacquiao’s first week of training was the best he had with his ward since 2001, when they first teamed up, but he was inclined to follow their original training calendar.

“He’s been off for a while, he still has some bad timing,” the trainer said. “We’re not ready to fight yet, but we’re getting there.”

Roach said sparring has been set for Tuesday, when Pacquiao’s training partners—super welterweight Shawn Porter and lightweight David Rodela—have already acclimatized to the Baguio weather. The two planed in from the United States late Sunday night.

Apart from Porter and Rodela, who shook off jet lag with a light workout on Monday, Roach said he would add two more spar mates during the second half of training camp at his Wild Card Gym in Hollywood.

“One is from San Francisco, who fights like Shane,” said the five-time Trainer of the Year.

Roach also announced that Pacquiao would not spar with WBA junior welterweight champion Amir Khan, who has been training at the Cooyeesan Hotel here, due to conflict in schedules.


Roy Jones on Pacquiao vs. Mosley 2009-2011

By Vitali Shaposhnikov: Between 2009 and 2011 a lot of significant things have occurred in boxing. Some fighters retired, while others elevated their careers to new highs. For Manny Pacquiao (52-3-2), this two year gap has been nothing but triumphant. Starting with the brutal knockout of Ricky Hatton (45-1-0) in mid 2009, and ending with a dominating win over Antonio Margarito (38-6-0) at the end of 2010, Pacquiao went through Miguel Cotto (34-1-0) and Joshua Clottey (35-3-0) in-between like butter.

Going up in weight and facing the top opposition proved to be something that the “dream team” of Freddie Roach and Manny Pacquiao had no trouble dealing with. Now, on May 7, Manny Pacquiao will attempt to claim another win over a living legend in Shane Mosley (46-6-1). Probably a few years back the odds would have been very different, but today, after Pacquiao’s “Pacman-style” progress, having him as an underdog is simply implausible.

Even the veteran and former pound for pound king Roy Jones Jr. (54-7-0) changed his mind between this two year spread.

In 2009, Jones advised Pacquiao to steer clear of Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Shane Mosley. He saw both of them as being too big and too fast for Pacquiao. (

The latest news from Jones on this very same topic came about in early 2011, where Jones seems to have shifted his views. Now Jones seems Pacquiao as a clear winner in his bout against Mosley on May 7, 2011. “Pacquiao has been beating guys in bigger weight classes, and he’s hot right now,” said Jones in a recent interview. (

Jones still thinks that counting out Mosley is not wise, as veteran boxers are almost always able to make adjustments in the ring. I find it very interesting, and see it as a big deal that Jones Jr. modified his opinion about the Filipino superstar. Jones Jr. and Mosley have always been friends, and have spoken mostly good things of each other. For Jones Jr. to pick Pacquiao to win, shows the tremendous respect and admiration for his boxing skills.

At first I was skeptical of this match-up, siding with the “Mosley is too old for this” crowd. But lately, my excitement had been steadily building up. At this point, I am simply thrilled to see this fight, and think that it has the full potential to be a blockbuster event.


Tecate Offering a Heavy Pour of Promotion for Pacquiao vs. Mosley

Tecate has established a wide presence for itself in the boxing arena, sponsoring many of the biggest fighters and events. For Manny Pacquiao vs. Shane Mosley, they'll be offering an even heavier pour of promotion for the May 7th fight. As reported by Bill King of the Sports Business Journal, Tecate is putting together it's largest and farthest reaching retail promotion ever, centered on this fight.

The beer company will be putting out over 100,000 cases of commemorative cans of beer for Pacquiao vs. Mosley. That means well more than 1.2 million 24-ounce cans, featuring promotional images of the fight and the participants. The cans will be sold in retail locations in California and other western U.S. states, in addition to Texas and Illinois.

All told, they will be reaching roughly 20,000 stores, with a total of over 50,000 stores through other promotions that include the Pacquiao vs. Mosley fight, and the Cinco De Mayo holiday, which is one of its busiest and most successful periods. In the past, other promotions for fights have reached 10,000 stores with 80,000 cases.

Tecate will also be offering its typical Pay-Per-View rebate on the purchase of Pacquiao vs. Mosley in states where it's allowed. With appropriate purchase, a $25 rebate on the PPV price will be given.