The Uprise Philippine Boxers

The Uprise Philippine Boxers

Cagayan de Oro : Philippines | Mar 05, 2011 at 9:16 AM PST
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Donaire Jump up

Now a days we've seen a lots of fight from our Filipino Boxers and gain more wins each on every fight and every fighter who Fought to their opponents.

like our Filipina-American Ana Julaton rule over her Mexican-American challenger to keep the World Boxing Organization super bantamweight crown.

And now other Philippine fighters like Nonito Donaire also dominated his Mexican Veteran No.1 Bantamweight and lots Philippine Fighters might not yet discovered their ability, strength and speed, like Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao now they on their way to.

While pacman is on his preparation of his upcoming fight against Mosley in World Welterweight Championship this coming Saturday May 7, 2011.

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