NOW I’ve heard it all. And all the while our third world criminal justice system has been pilloried for being slow, inefficient and crude.
Yet, in Las Vegas, USA, they can actually postpone service of sentence and in Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s case, the ground invoked was the economic benefit he can provide to the community if he is allowed to fight in May 2012. (more)
IS it true that they are at it again?
I mean, that–hold your horses, fellas–a Pacquiao-Marquez fight is in the offing, yet again? (more)
Three members of the Arroyo family in the House of Representatives were listed as last year’s top absentees, records released Thursday show.
Negros Occidental Representative Ignacio “Iggy” Arroyo only attended 26 of the 59 session days from January 17 to December 14, making him the House member with the third highest number of absences. (more)
The epic rivalry between pound-for-pound king Manny Pacquiao and Mexican superstar Juan Manuel Marquez hasn’t been sealed after their third fight ended in yet another controversy.
And WBO president Francisco Valcarcel wants a fourth bout to settle the score between the two, whose last bout for the WBO welterweight title ended in a majority decision win for Pacquiao. (more)
Eight-division champion Manny Pacquiao celebrated his 16th year as a prizefighter in 2011 with victories over different opponents.
As his projected multi-million dollar mega-showdown with undefeated American Floyd Mayweather remained hanging in the air, Pacquiao, who turned 33 last December 11, had to settle for three-division champion Sugar Shane Mosley and Mexican legend Juan Manuel Marquez in a pair of bouts both held at the MGM Grand in the gambling city of Las Vegas. (more)