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Pacquiao: Nothing can stop Kuala

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“Nothing can stop that,” Manny Pacquiao said from General Santos City.  (Photo by KJ Rosales)

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Boxing

Hawaiian Punch back in form

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Brian Viloria (left) watches as referee Zach Young gives the fallen Omar Soto the mandatory count.

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Basketball

PHL Team bags basketball champion

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PHL Basketball Team in its semifinals match in the NJ Ballers Winter Basketball Tournament. 

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Baseball

SNY PLAY BALL program

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SNY logo from their Facebook page.

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Air21 rookie Rabeh Al-Hussaini drives past two Barako Bull defenders in this bit of action in the PBA Philippine Cup at the Big Dome. The Express won, 82-77.  (GMANews.TV)

 

MANILA — Rabeh Al-Hussaini again underscored why he should have been the season’s top overall pick in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) Rookie Draft.

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This Sept. 15, 2010 file photo shows the Philadelphia Phillies' Jayson Werth looking up at the replay while batting in the first inning during a baseball game against the Florida Marlins in Miami. Werth agreed to a $126 million, seven-year contract with the Washington Nationals on Dec. 5, 2010.  (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky, File) (Lynne Sladky - AP)

 

It's old news in the baseball world, happened a few days ago: Jayson Werth, former Phillies right fielder and free agent, agreed to accept $126 million over seven years to play for the Washington Nationals.

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Nonito “The Filipino Flash” Donaire Jr. (center), the No. 5 best pound-for-pound boxer in the world, celebrates his victory over Wladimir Sidorenko at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California on Dec. 4. At left is Donaire’s assistant trainer Roberto Garcia.

 

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The expectation heading into Nonito Donaire Jr.’s first test in the bantamweight division against former champion Wladimir Sidorenko was that, though he would be competitive, Sidorenko would ultimately fall short of pulling off the upset.

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Mark Wahlberg in a scene from "The Fighter," released locally by Pioneer Films. 

 

MANILA — Guess no more. The next president of the Philippines is going to be Manny Pacquiao. That is if Mark Wahlberg is proven right. At the recent junket for Mark’s latest movie, "The Fighter," the hunky Hollywood actor casually made the prediction. “He is the future president, too,” he quipped after a brief chat with this writer before the start of our press roundtable. He knows that Manny is a dedicated congressman and a hero to the Filipino masses.

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Football superstar and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.

 

Sports commentators were all in a tizzy today on the news that New England Patroit Tom Brady has signed up to endorse a fashion brand. A fashion brand! Sacre bleu! Brady–who is married to supermodel Gisele–will be the new face of UGG Australia, which makes those short, soft leather winter boots beloved by college sorority girls across the U.S. Bloggers have used this announcement to wail about the continuing “Giselefication” of the quarterback and to, once again, lampoon his new long, flowing hair.

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