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A Battle Not So Great

Wednesday, 6 May 2015 | Written by
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After the years of waiting, the people finally got the fight that they were looking for. Unfortunately, it didn’t unfold as well as everyone hoped for. Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and Manny Pacquiao stepped into the ring for 12 rounds of boxing in a fight that took five years to happen. In the end, it was Mayweather who was declared the…Read More »

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The Battle for Greatness

Wednesday, 29 April 2015 | Written by
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Manny Pacquiao versus Floyd Mayweather Jr. It’s a fight that fans have been hoping and wishing for, a fight that can’t even be simulated by in a video game. And now, it has become a reality. This is actually not the first time that these two were in the same ring on one night. On November 11, 2001, Floyd Mayweather,…Read More »

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Floyd Mayweather Jr: His Path to the Battle

Monday, 27 April 2015 | Written by
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Floyd Mayweather Jr. sure can talk. He legitimately believes he’s better than any boxer that ever lived. At 47-0 and the number one ranked pound-for-pound boxer in the world, he probably has every right to do so. He’s held championships in five different weight divisions, and his brash demeanor has won over fans and gained critics alike. Outside the ring,…Read More »

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Manny Pacquiao: On the Road to Greatness

Saturday, 25 April 2015 | Written by
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Manny Pacquiao has a wide variety of interests. The well-loved Filipino icon has dabbled in showbiz, politics, and even other sports, and has been embraced by the supportive masses in everything that he’s done. Everything that he’s done would not have been possible without the sport he was known for; boxing. The only boxer to hold a world title in…Read More »

The Nets are back to their original cornerstone duo of Deron and Brook.

Race to the NBA Playoffs: The Eastern Conference

Saturday, 4 April 2015 | Written by
The Nets are back to their original cornerstone duo of Deron and Brook.

  When the season started, the rebuilding Celtics and the Paul George-less Indiana Pacers were among the teams that people have already counted out of the playoff picture in the East. Historically however, the sub-.500 teams have managed to climb the East’s playoff picture. Despite a surprising rise from the young Milwaukee Bucks, the East also saw the fall of…Read More »

Davis has brought new life to the Pelicans.

Race to the NBA Playoffs

Thursday, 2 April 2015 | Written by
Davis has brought new life to the Pelicans.

As the NBA Playoffs draw near, contending teams have separated themselves from the rest of the pack. From 30 teams, only 16 will advance to the postseason, while the others try to regroup for the next season. However, not all 14 teams that didn’t make it have their eyes on lottery balls. There are teams that are actually trying to…Read More »

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Kampihan Na! PBA All-Star Weekend

Saturday, 7 March 2015 | Written by
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While the action heats up in the Commissioner’s Cup, the PBA will treat the fans to their midseason spectacle, the PBA All-Star Weekend. Following the format of the NBA, the PBA All-Star Weekend will feature a variety of side events culminating with the highlight of the weekend, the All-Star Game. Unlike last year where the All-Star game was used as one…Read More »

The Weekend’s marquee event will surely be fun to watch.

[Bring on the games] NBA All-Star Weekend Guide

Saturday, 14 February 2015 | Written by
The Weekend’s marquee event will surely be fun to watch.

Continued from Part 1 Possibly the highlight of the night, the Foot Locker Three-Point Contest will look to steal the show as it features the best shooters in the league. Reigning Three-Point Champ Marco Belinelli will have his hands full with this new cast of challengers. The Splash Brothers of the Western Conference-leading Golden State Warriors headline the list of…Read More »

It’s not just a videogame, they will actually play with these teams.

NBA All-Star Weekend (Part 1 of 2)

Thursday, 12 February 2015 | Written by
It’s not just a videogame, they will actually play with these teams.

(First of two parts) The annual showcase of the NBA’s best talents is grander than ever this year. For one weekend, the Boroughs will be united as one, as Manhattan (New York Knicks’ home) and Brooklyn host the 2015 All-Star Weekend. The Saturday festivities will be held in the Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn, while the All-Star Game will be played…Read More »

One the best group names in the history of sports, and they’re not just all hype.

NFL Super Bowl XLIX: Why we're excited (and you should be too)

Saturday, 31 January 2015 | Written by
One the best group names in the history of sports, and they’re not just all hype.

The NFL Superbowl is set on February 1 (February 2 in the Philippines), and will feature the top seeds of their respective conferences. The NFC Champions Seattle Seahawks are looking to repeat as champions after claiming their first franchise title last season. Standing in their way is the last team to repeat as champions, the AFC’s New England Patriots. The…Read More »

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