Despite losing crown, Tapales stops Omori anew
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Despite losing crown, Tapales stops Omori anew

The Maranding Nightmare did not let the thought of being stripped of the WBO World Bantamweight Championship linger in his mind. Marlon Tapales showed why he was a…

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Villanueva suffers second career loss, drops decision to Tete
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Villanueva suffers second career loss, drops decision to Tete

The taller and quicker Zolani Tete proved to be too much for ALA Promotions’ contender “King” Arthur Villanueva Arthur Villanueva (30-2, 16KOs) absorbed his second loss of his…

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Sole loss continues to motivate Arthur Villanueva
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Sole loss continues to motivate Arthur Villanueva

As the cliché goes, what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. In his eight-year prize fighting career, Arthur Villanueva (30-1, 16 KOs) has only tasted defeat once. Back…

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Nietes looks to make history in Cebu once again
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Nietes looks to make history in Cebu once again

The feeling of winning never gets old for Donnie Nietes (39-1-4, 22KO’s). Alongside it is his quest to add another gold to his long list of accomplishments. And…

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Gesta bucks slow start, decisions Gonzalez
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Gesta bucks slow start, decisions Gonzalez

Former world title challenger Mercito Gesta (30-1-2, 16KO) survived an early knockdown to defeat Gilberto Gonzalez (26-4), Sunday morning (Philippine time) in the at the Cosmopolitan in Las…

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Peñalosa believes Philippine boxing is in good hands
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Peñalosa believes Philippine boxing is in good hands

The past, present, and future of Philippine boxing gathered for the 17th annual Elorde Awards on Saturday evening. In a night where upstarts were recognized and legends were…

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Dante hands prospect Loto first defeat to claim WBC International crown
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Dante hands prospect Loto first defeat to claim WBC International crown

Lito “Naruto” Dante (13-7-4) made the most out of his third regional title fight and gave his all to win the vacant WBC International 105-pound belt in a…

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Reduced to a spectator, Jonas Sultan takes the situation in stride
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Reduced to a spectator, Jonas Sultan takes the situation in stride

Jonas Sultan (12-3, 8KO) was supposed to headline last Sunday’s main event in Makati City as he was set to defend his International Boxing Federation Inter-Continental Super Flyweight…

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Heno remains undefeated, claims vacant PBF light flyweight belt
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Heno remains undefeated, claims vacant PBF light flyweight belt

Edward “El Heneral” Heno (10-0-4, 4KO) claimed the vacant Philippine Boxing Federation’s 108-pound belt with a ninth round KO win of Cris Ganoza, Jr. (12-1, 6KO) at the…

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Nietes vies for vacant Flyweight crown at the Waterfront
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Nietes vies for vacant Flyweight crown at the Waterfront

Two-division world champion Donnie “Ahas” Nietes (39-1-4) will aim for his third world title on Saturday, April 29, as he takes on Komgrich Nantapech (22-3) for the vacant…

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