Monday, March 24, 2008
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Saturday, March 22, 2008
Ramiel Malubay Survive on last competition On American Idol And luckily Got The position on Top 10 In American idol,The Judges Comments To ramiel Was realy crucial due to her performance last show march 19,2008 on american idol but finaly Nail the place on top 10 ten due to the votes of people or the Fans around The globe. Ramiel Malubay Is a native of miramar from florida. half filipina half canadian and froud to claim that she is a filipina in blood and in mind.Ramiel malubay is Onother Pride of The philippines.
Congrats Ramiel Malubay for bieng onother Pinoy-Pride
Tuesday, March 18, 2008
Charice Pempengco Guesting On WoWoWee Singing a Gospel Song Titled Joyful,Joyful We Adore Thee.She Sung These Song Prior To The Holly week Presentation Enjoy Watching her video ferformance.
Sunday, March 16, 2008
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Manny Pacquiao has won the fight by split decision over marquez the score is 144 by 113.Filipino boxing hero Manny Pacquiao wrested the WBC super featherweight crown from Juan Manuel Marquez via controversial split decision at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas Nevada, Saturday (Sunday in Manila).
Manny Pacquiao's rematch victory over Juan Manuel Marquez was worth every minute of the four-year wait. Pacquiao won a narrow split decision to claim Marquez's WBC 130-pound title Saturday night in a sensational fight that left two of the world's best boxers...
He sustains a lot of punishment but knocks down Marquez and survives a brutal bout.
Manny Pacquiao, winning crucial points that came with his third-round knockdown of Juan Manuel Marquez, became super-featherweight champion Saturday night in another epic battle with the Mexican fighter.
Four years after they first fought to a draw in the same Mandalay Bay Events Center, Pacquiao and Marquez split the voting among judges Duane Ford, who gave Pacquiao a 115-112 edge, and Jerry Roth, who saw Marquez winning, 115-112.
The deciding score was turned in by judge Tom Miller, who gave Pacquiao the victory, 114-113.
"I don't like the decision, I still feel like a champion," Marquez said in the ring, where he learned he landed more punches and jabs (by one) than Pacquiao. "It was a bad decision."
Yet, with his already dispatched Mexican legends Erik Morales and Marco Antonio Barrera looking on, Pacquiao (46-3-2) added another Mexican fighter to his list of victims by surviving a classic battle that left both men bleeding and weary.
When Pacquiao was asked whether he wanted a third fight against Marquez instead of a scheduled June 28 fight to try to take World Boxing Council lightweight champion David Diaz's belt, the Filipino said, "I don't think so. This business is over."
Saturday's first round was far calmer than the first three minutes in 2004, when Marquez (48-4-1) was knocked down three times. This time, the WBC champion wobbled Pacquiao late in the second round with a left hook, thrilling a partisan Marquez crowd of 11,061.
In the last 20 seconds of the third round, however, the left-handed Pacquiao decked Marquez with a powerful left. Marquez got up from the bout's lone knockdown but was forced to grasp the ropes with his right arm seconds later when Pacquiao delivered a stiff left-right combination. Marquez stayed upright but confusedly began following Pacquiao to his corner at the bell.
Pacquiao, whose purse was $3 million compared to Marquez's $1 million, swept the fourth round. But he said he suffered a bothersome abrasion near the right eye in the round that a cut man was seen treating at the end of the seventh round.
"I thought I was in control of the fight, but when he cut me . . . it made it more difficult, and he got back into the fight," Pacquiao said.
Indeed, Marquez won at least three rounds between the fifth and eighth on the scorecards by pounding Pacquiao with counterpunches and combinations.
"He moved around a lot more and he countered a lot more," Pacquiao said of comparisons with the first fight.
Pacquiao's trainer, Freddie Roach, complained his fighter "followed [Marquez] around the ring too much."
Marquez, though, suffered a cut near the right eye during a seventh-round head butt, and it was inspected twice by a ringside doctor, who also looked at Pacquiao's cut after the eighth round.
Pacquiao stopped his scorecard hemorrhaging in the ninth, landing a left that damaged Marquez's cut area. In the 10th, Pacquiao wobbled Marquez with another left and tried to go for the kill against the ropes near his corner.
Marquez, producing a big-hearted effort similar to his brother Rafael's in his classic March 1 loss to super-bantamweight champion Israel Vazquez, survived the Pacquiao attack, then won the 11th and 12th rounds on the Miller and Roth cards.
Both fighters backed up the other in the final half of the final round.
"It was a bad decision," Marquez said. "That first knockdown, he got me cold, but then I adjusted my game plan and thought I dictated the rest of the fight. . . . People know I won. The fight is not just one round. I felt I won. I won."
Roach, the fight veteran who prepared Pacquiao for eight weeks in a Hollywood gym, said, "It was a close fight. It could've gone either way."
Marquez's promoter, Richard Schaefer, argued for an immediate rematch, telling Pacquiao's promoter, Bob Arum, "There's controversy, it was a great fight."
Answered Arum: "Nobody's talking about not doing that fight again. The question is when."
On the undercard, La Puente's Steven Luevano (35-1) successfully defended his World Boxing Organization featherweight belt, surviving a fourth-round knockdown at the hands of Thailand's Terdsak Jandaeng to win by unanimous decision.
Luevano's crisp jabs and stellar footwork let him rack up rounds in a sharp exhibition, as judges C.J. Ross and Paul Smith awarded him a 119-109 advantage and judge Dick Flaherty had Luevano winning, 118-109.
Earlier, Chicago's Diaz clinched his spot in a June 28 date with Pacquiao, showing the toughness and inside boxing skills he needed, beating Ramon Montano by majority decision. Diaz, the WBC lightweight champion, repeatedly hammered Montano in the second half of the non-title bout, jarring Montano's mouthpiece out in the 10th round.
Also, Mexico bantamweight Abner Mares, a training partner of Marquez's, riled up his countrymen for the main event with a second-round technical knockout of Filipino Diosdado Gabi.
Thursday, March 13, 2008
Charice Pempengco Sing On the mall Enjoying with WoWmagic Sing And Greet Her Fans....
Tuesday, March 11, 2008
Reports had said she will fly to London for a television guesting on "The Paul O' Grady Show," said to be the British counterpart of the well-known US television show "Ellen," hosted by Ellen DeGeneres.
Pempengco's singing prowess caught international attention after appearing on De Generes' show last December.
The young singer also said in a phone interview that her trip to New York with her mom for a negotiation with Disney has likewise not been finalized.
"Yung sa Disney wala pong confirmation, hindi pa po 'yon sure hindi ko pa alam," Pempengco explained.
Reports had also said Disney is interested in signing up Pempengco for a record deal, and an appearance in the series "High School Musical".
"Nabasa ko nga po yung (report), nagulat din nga po ako," Pempengco said.
According to Pempengco, she was really scheduled to fly to London this month, but it was postponed since she lost her passport to thieves.
The singer said that she has acquired a new passport, and that she hopes that her trip to London will still push through.
Tuesday, March 4, 2008
Charice Pempengco WIll Sing On Manny Paquiao Fight?
When They Have Talk?
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Manny Paquiao To personaly Choose Charice Pempengco To Sing Natinal Anthem For His Copming Fight.
Charice Pempengco Leads The National Anthem On Pba Season Final.
The Question is If it Charice Pempengco Will be The One To sing On manny paquiao fight for national anthem. Manny Pacman Paquiao Is From The Rival Network Of Abs-Cbn Witch is GMA7 Network.I Think That Manny will Love To See Charice To sing The National Anhem Because Of Charice Greate Voice. With Her International Carisma....I Believe That There Will Be More People Will Love To see Paquiao To fight.Why? because There Are a Lot Of Peole Specially On usa Are waiting to see Chrice To perform Live...So If I were You Manny I will not Waist My time To Contact Charice Pempengco To sing For our National Anthem.
Sunday, March 2, 2008
Charice Pempengco loses passport to Bukas Kotse Gang
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When robbers strike, not even the country's pride is spared. This is what international young star-singer Charice Pempengco learned the hard way after she lost her passport and other valuables to suspected Bukas Kotse Gang members while eating dinner in Calamba, Laguna Wednesday night.
Pempengco said she and her mother, Raquel, had stopped for dinner at Tuding's Restaurant in Calamba with their driver and helper. After 30 minutes, they returned to their Toyota Hi-Ace van (XGM-508) and were suprised to discover that her mom's black Lacoste bag was missing.
Pempengco said the bag contained two mobile phones (p910i and T610), passports, ATM card and the keys to their house.
She said they immediately went to a police station and reported the incident. An unidentified witness said he saw three men circling the area before the robbery.
Pempengco is now asking the public to help her recover their passports, which would allow her to continue guesting in concerts overseas. "Just please return the passports, not the cellphone or the other things but just the passports," Pempengco begged.
Pempengo has scheduled guest appearances on ABS-CBN variety show ASAP '08 this Sunday and in Wowowee on March 15 and 17.
Pempengco, who turns 15 this May, was first discovered after placing third in ABS-CBN talent competition "Little Big Star."
She earned raves when she appeared in US talkshow "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" where she sang "And I am Telling You" from the musical Dreamgirls.
After her performance the studio audience gave her a standing ovation while host DeGeneres remarked: "You're amazing." Degeneres also gave Pempengco an iPod after learning that she had lost hers during her flight to the US.