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Another Pacquiao fight in PHL? Why not, says a lawmaker 
Instead of having Manny Pacquiao fly abroad to fight, why not bring his challengers to the Philippines so the match can be watched by a bigger Filipino crowd? One of the Filipino boxing champ?s colleagues in Congress has asked a House panel to look into the possibility of holding his future fights in the Philippines.  Full Story 

El Salvador struggles to come to terms with violent past
The election of a former Marxist guerrilla as El Salvador's next president is not likely to spell the end of the country's controversial amnesty law that has shielded war criminals from prosecution in the killings of thousands of Salvadorans, including the assassination of Archbishop Oscar Romero 34 years ago Monday. Full Story 

Ghosts of Pacman?s rematches past
MANILA, Philippines?Boxing?s greatest fighters always had those great rivalries and series. For eight-division World Champion Manny Pacquiao he had three, and a fourth one coming.   Pacquiao is on a path of vindication and redemption after upstart Timothy Bradley took his World Boxing Organization Welterweight Title in controversial decision and has the chance on Sunday to take back the red-and ... Full Story 

TV mogul Michael King moves into boxing promotion
Michael King wants to rekindle the world's passion for boxing, and the television mogul believes he can make it happen by putting on a show. He is staging his first event Wednesday night at a converted airplane hangar in Santa Monica. At the Barker Hangar near the Santa Monica airport, actor Kevin Pollak will host an eye-catching show mixing comedy between five bouts. Full Story 

Boxing: Hopkins putting Father Time on the ropes at 49
Bernard Hopkins, boxing's oldest world champion at age 49, isn't getting knocked out by Father Time just yet. Instead, he's going the distance to give old age a tremendous fight. Full Story 

Hopkins putting Father Time on the ropes at 49
Bernard Hopkins, boxing's oldest world champion at age 49, isn't getting knocked out by Father Time just yet. Hopkins, the International Boxing Federation light-heavyweight champion, risks his world title Saturday against World Boxing Association champion Beibut Shumenov of Kazakhstan. "He's a special athlete," said Hopkins' trainer, Naazim Richardson. Gordie Howe played in the National Hockey ... Full Story 

Boxing legend Felix Trinidad broke because of Puerto Rican financial crisis
It?s a rags-to-riches-back-to-rags story. Well, sort of. Puerto Rican boxing legend, Félix ?Tito? Trinidad Jr., was never really poor, having grown up on a plantain farm on the outskirts of San Juan. Full Story 

Stars come out for Boxing at the Barker
Wednesday night?s inaugural ?Boxing at the Barker? show, promoted by television mogul Michael King?s King Sports Worldwide, wasn?t just a boxing card. This was a spectular event. A first class Hollywood production complete with celebrities, sports legends and even a red carpet ceremony. Full Story 

Peltz Boxing inks Thomas ?Cornflake? LaManna
Peltz Boxing Promotions, of Philadelphia, and Gulfstream Co., LLC., of Jersey City, NJ, today announced the formal signing of junior middleweight Thomas ?Cornflake? LaManna to an exclusive promotional agreement. Full Story 

'I'll play it out until the song is over'
Boxing's oldest world champion Bernard Hopkins on metaphysics, prison, chess and delusion - and why he's not ready to quit Full Story