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    #851
    Quote Originally Posted by dbuzz View Post
    ok ka din naman bro ahhhh...
    sensya ka na bro, kaw magaling dito eh.


    wow! NEW UPDATE


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    so total nito ay 19K



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    Today 08:23 PM
    ito naman ang total ay 26k

    odds: 1:1.368

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    #852
    Extra tips para sa mga tataya sa Pacquiao vs Dela Hoya fight
    Tyson backs Pacquiao

    Manny still underdog but betting odds closing
    By Francis Ochoa
    Philippine Daily Inquirer
    First Posted 23:05:00 12/05/2008

    LAS VEGAS—As if words were not enough to drive his point across, former undisputed heavyweight champion “Iron” Mike Tyson stepped back, bobbed, weaved and then ducked a phantom left hook.
    This is how you do it against Oscar De La Hoya, Tyson told Manny Pacquiao’s assistant trainer Buboy Fernandez.
    With Pacquiao still the underdog in his “Dream Match” with Oscar De La Hoya, Tyson dropped by the IBA Gym here Thursday to catch the Filipino’s last training session before the fight on Saturday (Sunday in Manila).
    Although on the short end of betting with less than 48 hours left before the fight, the odds against the man whom De La Hoya alluded to as King Kong continued to slip with the influx of Filipino bettors who are wagering on Pacquiao.

    The greatest plunge in the odds was on the probability of Pacquiao knocking out De La Hoya. That proposition opened at 13-2, before slipping to 9-2. In less than 24 hours, that moved to 3-2 as people started putting faith in the Pacman’s punching power.
    For most of his stay in the gym, Tyson, garbed in a pink shirt and dark gray slacks, kept to himself in one corner, standing up only when Pacquiao climbed the ring to begin his workout.
    “He (Tyson) said Manny must keep moving the head,” Fernandez said.
    Tyson also noted that De La Hoya’s background as an amateur fighter makes him a deadly tactician.
    “He wants Manny to move in and not to back away too far because that’s where Oscar’s jab-straight-hook (combination) comes to play,” Fernandez said.
    Keep attacking body
    He also quoted Tyson as saying it would be best for the Filipino ring hero to keep attacking De La Hoya’s body because sooner or later the Golden Boy’s guard would start to lower.
    “It was nice for Mike Tyson to come,” said trainer Freddie Roach, who once handled the boxer formerly known as “the baddest man on the planet.”
    “Mike gave me a little advice,” Roach added. “He said be careful with moving back in straight lines because Oscar has a long reach. Sensible stuff. He wants Manny to make sure he doesn’t come in with the head first, but instead come in behind his punches.”
    Free tickets for Tyson
    The 42-year-old disgraced heavyweight champion stayed for nearly the entire time Pacquiao worked out, following the Filipino’s every move as he skipped rope, worked the mitts, hit the double end or pounded the speed ball.
    He left just as Pacquiao was about to wrap up his final workout. Roach said Tyson still had no tickets to the fight but Pacquiao took care of that, providing four tickets to the man who was once the youngest heavyweight champion of the world.
    Pacquiao, the reigning World Boxing Council lightweight champion, is expected to do walks and stretches on Friday and on the morning of the fight. The official weigh-in is on Friday at the MGM Grand.
    Pacquiao, according to Roach, now weighs 146 pounds. He will have breakfast and a short walk in the hallway outside his suite at The Hotel at Mandalay Bay before proceeding to the weigh-in.
    “We’ll have it in at 146 or 147,” Roach said. “We’ll have breakfast and then we’ll check his weight. That’s about it.”
    Training in secrecy
    “We’re good, we’re happy,” the two-time Trainer of the Year added. “We have nothing to worry about. We’re well prepared and we have nothing more to do.”
    Pacquiao made the most of his final workout, going four rounds with the mitts with Roach. He also shadow-boxed with intensity, worked the double end and the speed ball before skipping rope and doing crunches to wrap things up.
    Several times, his trainers had to restrain Pacquiao as he kept shouting “one more” at the end of every workout.
    De La Hoya, meanwhile, continued to train in seclusion. He is also expected to easily make the weight after undergoing a training regimen that was aimed to retain his strength at a lighter weight.
    For the past months, he trained at 145 lb and flew into this ritzy gambling city at 143.8 lb, according to Golden Boy Promotions CEO Richard Schaefer.
    Odds-wise, De La Hoya is now just a minus 155 favorite and Pacquiao a plus 125 underdog. That means, a bet of $155 on a De La Hoya win will earn only $100, while a wager of $100 on a Pacquiao victory will win $125.
    Scribes pick De La Hoya
    Among serious boxing writers, however, De La Hoya continues to be the overwhelming favorite. An Internet site polled 17 of its scribes and 13 picked De La Hoya to win.
    However, almost all of those who picked De La Hoya said that Pacquiao stood to be the big winner whether or not De La Hoya defeated him. A De La Hoya victory would only make the Golden Boy look like a bully, the poll said, while a Pacquiao victory would cement the Filipino’s claim to the mythical pound-for-pound throne.
    Roach admits he was skeptical of the whole idea of a De La Hoya-Pacquiao match at first.
    “I honestly never thought it was possible,” he said. “But then I saw Oscar with small guys and southpaws. He has trouble with both. So I pushed for it hard.
    “It’s basically because of what it will do for Manny’s life. It’s the icing on the cake. It makes him a superstar.”
    Said Pacquiao: “This is the most important fight of my life.”
    Power is gone
    Results have been mixed for fighters who jump up in weight. It turned out badly for Kelly Pavlik recently, but Roy Jones Jr., who started his career at middleweight, made a jump to defeat World Boxing Association heavyweight champ John Ruiz.
    Like Roach, Pacquiao believes his speed will help him overcome De la Hoya’s 4-inch height advantage.
    “He’s getting slow and the power is not there any more,” Pacquiao said of De la Hoya.
    And there is the question of whether coming down in weight will adversely affect De la Hoya.
    In his last six fights, De la Hoya has a record of 3-3 and he has looked drained in the latter stages of each fight, absorbing myriad blows in the final rounds.
    De La Hoya’s weaknesses
    Some pundits have predicted his effort to make the 147 weight will exacerbate the problem, although his trainer for this bout, Mexico’s Ignacio “Nacho” Beristain, says they have adjusted his training regimen to prevent a late-fight letdown.
    “It’s obvious that Oscar can’t be the same fighter at 35 that he was at 20, but his preparation remained almost the same,” Beristain told Agence France-Presse.
    “Now we have corrected that error. We put more emphasis on physical conditioning so he can go the distance if necessary.”
    Certainly, Pacquiao’s famously aggressive style will offer De la Hoya no respite.
    Roach believes the American has weaknesses Pacquiao can exploit.
    “I’m not saying we’re not going to knock him out,” Roach said. “If it happens, fine. We’ll take it. What we’re going to do is break him down round by round,” Roach said.
    “We’re working on staying away from the jab and the left hook. The hook is a power shot. But Oscar makes a mistake with his jab. I’m not saying what it is, but I’ve seen it.” (Continue visiting www.inquirer.net for updates and coverage of the fight) With a report from AFP

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    #853


    Ang payat ni Dela Hoya........

    Pero, Oscar pa rin!

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    PACQUIAO

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    para 1:1 na ang odds. I close na natin ito

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    #855
    Ayos na!!! wala na hahabol ha! hehehehe 1:1 na.

  6. #856
    Ang saya! Let's get ready to rumble na!

    So what channels are carrying the delayed telecast? GMA7, CS/9, and SolarSports? 10am ang start ng coverage (undercards)? Tama ba?

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    #857
    Quote Originally Posted by SELEGNA_35 View Post
    Ayos na!!! wala na hahabol ha! hehehehe 1:1 na.
    Hahabol pa sana ako. 1 : 1 na pala. Good luck to all bettors. May the winners win.



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    #858
    Si Dela Hoya, nandaya sa timbang?

    He-he! Di pa nagu-umpisa laban.



    Were the Scales Rigged?

    LAS VEGAS – Manny Pacquiao couldn’t understand how he could scale 142 pounds in Friday afternoon’s weigh-in for his fight against Oscar de la Hoya when only a few minutes earlier, he tipped in at 146 in his hotel room.

    Dr. Allan Recto and conditioning coach Alex Ariza checked Pacquiao’s weight when he woke up at 9 that morning and he scaled 145. Then Pacquiao ate a hard-boiled egg and drank water to stay loose until he left his Mandalay Bay 61st floor suite for the 10-minute drive to MGM Grand.

    De la Hoya tipped the scales at 145, two below the catchweight limit of 147. It was previously agreed that the fighters would pay a penalty of $3 million for every pound over.

    One of Pacquiao’s advisers Rex (Wakee) Salud said he was shocked when the weights were announced.

    “How can Manny lose four pounds going from his hotel room to where the weigh-in was?” he wondered. “Something’s wrong. Maybe, they rigged the scales because De la Hoya couldn’t make the limit and made adjustments. They saved De la Hoya $6 million in fines.”

    Salud said Pacquiao should’ve weighed in at 146, as planned. If the scales were tampered, De la Hoya could’ve weighed 149.

    “De la Hoya looked a little gaunt,” said Dr. Recto who monitors Pacquiao’s health. “Alex (Ariza) noticed his eyes were a little sunken. If De la Hoya forced himself to lose too much weight, he’ll come in to fight Manny dehydrated.”

    Another Pacquiao adviser Michael Koncz said he didn’t think the scales were tampered.

    “That’s hard to do with the Nevada State Athletic Commission supervising the weigh-in,” said Koncz. “Besides, I don’t think the Commission would do De la Hoya a favor. It’s possible Manny’s scales in his hotel room weren’t accurate. If we felt something was wrong, Freddie (Roach) and Buboy (Fernandez) who were with Manny on stage should’ve protested right there and then.”

    Dr. Recto said Pacquiao himself was surprised by the weight results. But he shrugged it off, saying, “kung talagang mali, partida na lang ‘yan ni De la Hoya - bahala na siya sa Diyos.” Pacquiao said he’ll fight De la Hoya, no matter what.

    A Pacquiao friend Chris Aquino said the weigh-in looked like a stage-managed show by De la Hoya’s camp.

    “They brought in a comedian George Lopez as master of ceremonies to distract the fans,” said Aquino. “Traditionally, the main eventers are weighed in before the preliminary fighters but this time, they were last. Why? They called in big-name fighters from Golden Boy on stage and (Bernard) Hopkins got on the microphone to taunt Manny.

    That was unfair. Manny, Freddie and Buboy were by themselves on one side of the stage and De la Hoya’s people crowded on their side.”

    Businessman Hermie Esguerra, who flew in from Manila to witness the Dream Match, said Hopkins showed a lack of class in pretending to challenge the Filipino crowd in the audience. Hopkins predicted De la Hoya, his business partner, to win by a knockout in the late rounds and said, “if you have any problem with that, see me outside.”

    Pacquiao’s chief of staff Jayke Joson was concerned about the weight tampering but said, it won’t alter the outcome.

    “We still expect Manny to come in at 147 to 150 and De la Hoya to balloon to 155 to 160, whether or not the scales were rigged,”

    said Joson. “So the weights won’t matter. Manny will use his speed to win anyway.”


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    #859
    [SIZE=3]ITO NA MGA BRO

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    kaya pag winner ka hindi na send kundi claim na

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    uyyy pag may mali paki correct lang... please.

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    #860
    ang galing talaga ni dbuzz!

    p.s. woooooaw ang tindi rin pala ni sarsi ayos!

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