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Britain s queen discusses weight of the crown in documentary

LONDON — Britain's Queen Elizabeth II has revealed the secrets of giving a speech while wearing a weighty crown, in unusually candid comments that are part o.....»»

Category: newsSource: philstar philstarJan 13th, 2018

Saudi crown prince greeted in Britain with pomp, protests

LONDON — Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was welcomed by Queen Elizabeth II — and criticized by protesters against the war in Yemen — as he b.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsMar 7th, 2018

A victorious homecoming of Iloilo’s pride, Kesha Ramachandran

Page Maker: Zedrick Señeres MUTYA ng Pilipinas-Iloilo 2018 winner Keshapornam “Kesha” Ramachandran recently took home the Mutya ng Pilipinas-Tourism Queen of the Year International crown. On Sept 27, 2018, Ms. Ramachandran visited Iloilo City Mayor Joe Espinosa III and later joined a motorcade around the City of Love. It was followed by a celebratory tea […] The post A victorious homecoming of Iloilo’s pride, Kesha Ramachandran appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsOct 3rd, 2018

Marco Gumabao ‘shocked’ by sis Michele’s transformation into a beauty queen

Actor Marco Gumabao said he never thought he would see his sister Michele---a volleybelle---sashaying on the pageant stage, much less bag a national crown. But now that he can call himself a beauty queen's brother, the Kapamilya hunk said he is completely supportive of his sister's quest for international recognition. Michele---one of the celebrity housemates for "Pinoy Big Brother" in 2014, along with Jane Oineza, Alex Gonzaga and Daniel Matsunaga---will compete in the Miss Globe pageant in Albania on Oct. 21 (Oct. 22 in Manila). "Ever since we were kids, my sister and I have been into sports. I knew then that she was going to be an athlete, but I never thought she would be...Keep on reading: Marco Gumabao ‘shocked’ by sis Michele’s transformation into a beauty queen.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 30th, 2018

IBF champ Jerwin Ancajas makes weight for sixth title defense

Reigning IBF Super Flyweight world champion Jerwin "Pretty Boy" Ancajas successfully made weight for his upcoming title defense against Mexican Alejandro Santiago Barrios on Thursday at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California (Friday in the Philippines).  The 26-year old Ancajas, a native of Panabo, Davao del Norte, tipped the scales at 114.2 pounds. Tijuana's Barrios on the other hand, came in at 114.6 pounds.  With both competitors under the 115 pound super flyweight limit, the title match is good to go.  It will be Ancajas' sixth defense of the IBF's 115-pound crown. His last defense came in May of this year against compatriot Jonas "Zorro" Sultan, wherein Ancajas used his reach and timing to cruise to a unanimous decision victory.  The 22-year old Barrios, meanwhile, is unbeaten in his last eleven bouts, and will be challenging for the title for the first time in his career. Also on the card, former world title challenger Genesis Servania of the Philippines meets Mexican Carlos Carlson in a ten-round super bantamweight bout.  During Thursday's official weigh-ins, Servania came in at 123.6 pounds, while Carlson came in at 123.2 pounds.  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 28th, 2018

ONE Championship: Joshua Pacio looks to finally bring home world title

Team Lakay young gun Joshua "The Passion" Pacio will try to bring home a world title for the second time in his young career as he meets Yoshitaka "Nobita" Naito in a highly-anticipated rematch for the ONE Strawweight World Championship at ONE: Conquest of Heroes on Saturday, September 22nd at the Jakarta Convention Center in Jakarta, Indonesia.  The 22-year old Benguet native looks to finally get over the hump as he tries to avenge his loss to the Japanese champion.  In their first meeting in 2016, Pacio showed that he belonged in the cage with the best strawweights that ONE had to offer, pushing Naito to the limit before comitting a costly mistake in the third round that gave the defending champion the opening he needed to secure the submission victory and retain the crown.  Since then, Pacio has won four of his last five bouts, including his current three-fight winning streak and a hard-fought decision win against former titleholder and Muay Thai legend Dejdamrong Sor Amuaysirichoke. Naito on the other hand, lost the title in his second defense against Brazilian Alex Silva, only to win it back just six months later.  A win for Pacio will make him the third current ONE titleholder from Team Lakay, joining reigning ONE Interim Bantamweight World Champion Kevin Belingon and reigning ONE Flyweight World Champion Geje Eustaquio.  A win for Naito solidifies his place as the king of ONE Championship's flyweight division.  Also on the card, Pacio's training partner and flyweight contender Danny "The King" Kingad welcomes Japanese newcomer Yuya "Little Piranha" Wakamatsu to the ONE Championship stage.  Another rising star from the famed Team Lakay camp in La Trinidad, Benguet, 22-year old Kingad comes into Jakarta with his sights set on a third consecutive win after dispatching Ma Hao Bin and Sotir Kichukov. He looks to establish himself as a force to be reckoned with in the flyweight ranks.  Making his promotional debut, the 23-year old Wakamatsu with a 10-2 professional record and a remarkable nine wins coming via KO. The Pancrase veteran will look to make an immediate impact and add Kingad to that list of knockout victims.  In a must-watch prelminary bout, unbeaten Filipina atomweight star Jomary "The Zamboanganian Fighter" Torres will look to keep her record spotless as she meets hometown bet Priscilla Hertati Lumban Gaol.  Torres shocked the world in her ONE debut in 2017, blasting Thai star Rika Ishiga en route to a submission victory. Torres hasn't slowed down since, decisioning Nita Dea and then knocking out Team Lakay bet April Osenio in her most recent outing.  Eager to bounce back from her most recent setback, Jakarta's own Gaol will try to derail the Jomary Torres train in front of her home country.    COMPLETE ONE: CONQUEST OF HEROES   Main Event ONE Strawweight World Championship Yoshitaka Naito vs Joshua Pacio Mixed Martial Arts: 56.7kg   Stefer Rahardian vs Peng Xue Wen Mixed Martial Arts: 56.7kg   Sergio Wielzen vs Rodtang Jitmuangnon ONE Super Series Muay Thai: 61.2kg   Yuya Wakamatsu vs Danny Kingad Mixed Martial Arts: 61.2kg   Koyomi Matsushima vs Marat Gafurov Mixed Martial Arts: 70.3kg   Saygid Guseyn Arslanaliev vs Timofey Nastyukhin Mixed Martial Arts: 77.1kg   Kairat Akhmetov vs Ma Hao Bin Mixed Martial Arts: 61.2kg   Priscilla Hertati Lumban Gaol vs Jomary Torres Mixed Martial Arts: 52.2kg   Fabrice Fairtex Delannon vs Yodpanomrung Jitmuangnon ONE Super Series Muay Thai: 65.8kg   Victorio Senduk vs Sunoto Mixed Martial Arts: 65.8kg   Adrian Mattheis vs Angelo Bimaodji Mixed Martial Arts: 56.7kg   Riski Umar vs Egi Rozten Mixed Martial Arts: 59.0kg (Catch Weight)       Catch ONE Championship: Conquest of Heroes on Saturday, September 22nd at 10:30 PM LIVE on ABS-CBN S+A channel 23!.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 21st, 2018

Nietes, Pinoy contingent disappointed after SuperFly 3

Saturday's SuperFly 3 card at The Forum in Los Angeles easily could have been a landmark moment for Filipino boxing.  Four Filipino pugs were contending for championships, including Donnie Nietes and Aston Palicte, who were vying for the vacant WBO Super Flyweight World Championship.  In the end however, none of them ended up with with any hardware.  With an all-Filipino matchup for the WBO's 115-pound crown, it was considered a given that a Pinoy would be crowned world champion.  And then, the judges came into play.  After twelve rounds of action from both contenders, many believed that Nietes was well on his way to capturing a fourth world championship in as many weight classes.  Instead, one judge scored the fight in favort of Palicte, one judge scored it in favor of Nietes, and the third judge saw it go to a draw, leading to a Split Draw decision.  "Sa tingin ko panalo talaga ako," Nietes shared with ABS-CBN's Steve Angeles. "Pero 'yun ang nakita talaga ng mga judge, wala na tayong magagawa doon. Judges' decision."  After an early onlsaught from the younger, taller, and rangier Palicte, Nietes used his speed, movement, and experience to outbox his rival for what appeared to be the majority of the twelve-round contest.  As for Palicte, the 27-year old native of Bago City showed that he was a force to be reckoned with in the division, after using hs range and his strength to do some damage on Nietes.  Still, he believes that he's got more work to do.  "Pinakita ko ang best ko, but kulang pa, kulang pa talaga," Palicte shared. Kung 100 percent ako talaga, mananalo. Eh na-draw, so ibig sabihin may kulang pa."  Sharing the ring with arguably one of the best Filipino boxers in history is invaluable experience, and that fact isn't lost on the Roy Jones Jr.-promoted talent.  "Masaya ako, basta nakalaban ko ang best boxers sa mundo. Ayun na si Donnie, hindi basta-basta si Donnie. Three-time world champion siya tska longest-reigning, so proud ako sa sarili ko sa laban, kasi lahat masaya." "Siguro may kulang parin kasi naging draw." Palicte added.  After the matchup, Nietes, Palicte, and their respective teams shared a moment of respect backstage.  Everyone is back to being friends again as Team Nietes and Team Palicte greet eachother after their #Superfly3 draw. pic.twitter.com/ORbu4n9T6J — Steve Angeles (@StevieAngeles) September 9, 2018 With the WBO Super Flyweight World Championship still vacant, it's highly-likely that Nietes and Palicte get a second go-around for the championship.  "We'll sit down and see what we can do. Right now, it's still vacant." said ALA Promotions CEO Michael Aldeguer. "We'll see, I'll try to talk to the WBO and see what happens there, and think of it and maybe what's next."  Aldeguer adds that he too believes a rematch is the likely course of action.  "There's always that way because it's still a vacant title right now, and the usual procedue is they call for a rematch."  The ALA Promotions head honcho however, couldn't hide his disappointment for what transpired.  "With Donnie now, him being 36 and trying to get hid fourth-division title, he won it tonight, it's just sad that he didn't."  In the undercards, a pair of Pinoys also missed out on bringing home belts, both losing via split decision.  Here’s what @ALAPromotions1 Sir Michael Aldeguer had to say after the #PalicteNietes #superfly3 draw and what’s next for Ahas. @abscbnsports @ABSCBNNewsSport 🇵🇭🥊🇵🇭 pic.twitter.com/qpmdGZ2Tpm — Steve Angeles (@StevieAngeles) September 9, 2018 Bruno Escalante, a Cebuano who's based in the US, fell to Romanian Alexandru Marin for the IBF Intercontinental Super Flyweight championship, while Filipino-Australian Louisa Hawton came up short in her WBC Interim Women's Atomweight Championship against Mexican Brenda Flores.  More from #Superfly3 after her split decision loss to Brenda Flores in their women’s championship match, Fil-Aussie Louisa Hawton catches up with @villainfy and me backstage. She felt she won and wants a rematch. 🥊🥊🥊 pic.twitter.com/YLyPvZQcg7 — Steve Angeles (@StevieAngeles) September 9, 2018 "I was the aggressor, I feel like I dominated her, and I should have gotten that win. I should be holding that tile over my shoulder right now." a visibly disappointed Hawton said after the bout.  "I want the rematch, simple as that." she added.   H/T: Steve Angeles, ABS-CBN.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 10th, 2018

Eminem claims UK album chart record in ‘Kamikaze’ strike

Eminem overtook ABBA and Led Zeppelin on Friday to claim the record for the most consecutive chart-topping albums in Britain, with the release of "Kamikaze". It is the U.S. rapper's ninth straight album release to hit number one, said the U.K. Official Charts Company. "Does this mean I get to call myself Sir Eminem?", asked the 45-year-old, real name Marshall Mathers III. Alas, the Detroit rapper would have to receive a knighthood --- and become one of Queen Elizabeth II's subjects --- to get the honorific sir prefix. He shared the previous U.K. record of eight straight number one albums with Swedish pop quartet ABBA and Led Zeppelin. The British rockers achi...Keep on reading: Eminem claims UK album chart record in ‘Kamikaze’ strike.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 8th, 2018

UK’s richest man forced out of the shadows

Reclusive titan of industry Jim Ratcliffe has found himself under unusual scrutiny after being declared Britain's richest man, with his political leanings and tax affairs coming under the microscope. The 65-year-old head of the Ineos chemicals group has assets worth an estimated 21 billion ($26.7 billion, 23.5 billion euros), putting him top of the 2018 Sunday Times rich list. He was only 18th on last year's list but the value of his company, of which he owns 60 percent, soared last year, propelling him up the ranks and earning him a knighthood from Queen Elizabeth II. It is a long way from his humble beginnings, growing up in social housing in Manchester, northern England. ...Keep on reading: UK’s richest man forced out of the shadows.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsAug 19th, 2018

Pacquiao recalls ‘hardest’ training camp

GENERAL SANTOS CITY: Dedication in training and commitment to the sport he loves most was what newly crowned World Boxing Association welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao said was the secret of his getting back to competitive form that made him, among others, the only fighter in history to emerge as a crown holder in eight weight [...] The post Pacquiao recalls ‘hardest’ training camp appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsJul 19th, 2018

‘The Crown’ season 3 first look: Olivia Colman as the queen

MANILA, Philippines – Claire Foy and her powerful portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II may not be coming back for the third season of The Crown , but the role seems to be in good hands with Olivia Colman. On July 16, Netflix released a first look at the actress as Queen ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJul 17th, 2018

Vic Saludar snatches Yamanaka’s WBO 105-pound title in Japan

  KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia – Vic Saludar won’t let the crown slip away this time. The Filipino knocked down Japanese champion Ryuya Yamanaka in the seventh round Friday night, July 13, and went on to clinch the World Boxing Organization minimum weight title by unanimous decision at the Central Gym in Kobe, Japan. His ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJul 13th, 2018

Royal etiquette for the Trumps visit: Don t kiss the queen

(AP Photo/Bob Daugherty, File). FILE - In this June 8, 1982 file photo, U.S. President Ronald Reagan, on Centennial, and Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, on Burmese, go horseback riding in the gr.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJul 13th, 2018

Britain s Prince Louis christened without Queen

LONDON, United Kingdom – Britain's Prince Louis of Cambridge , the baby son of Prince William and his wife Kate, was christened on Monday, July 9, but Queen Elizabeth II did not attend. The monarch, 92, and her 97-year-old husband Prince Philip had attended the christenings of Louis' older siblings Prince ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJul 10th, 2018

WIMBLEDON 18: Roger Federer eyes record-extending 9th title

By Howard Fendrich, Associated Press LONDON (AP) — Men to watch at Wimbledon, where play begins Monday: ___ ROGER FEDERER Seeded: 1 Ranked: 2 Age: 36 Country: Switzerland 2018 Match Record: 25-3 2018 Singles Titles: 3 Career Singles Titles: 98 Grand Slam Singles Titles: 20 — Wimbledon ('03, '04, '05, '06, '07, '09, '12, '17), U.S. Open ('04, '05, '06, '07, '08), Australian Open ('04, '06, '07, '10, '17, '18), French Open ('09) Last 5 Wimbledons: '17-Won Championship, '16-Lost in Semifinals, '15-Runner-Up, '14-RU, '13-2nd Aces: After skipping clay-court season for second year in a row, won title on grass at Stuttgart, then reached final at Halle before losing to Borna Coric, possible fourth-round opponent at Wimbledon. Topspin: Even as 37th birthday (Aug. 8) nears, tough to count out Federer at a tournament he's won more times than any other man. ___ RAFAEL NADAL Seeded: 2 Ranked: 1 Age: 32 Country: Spain 2018 Match Record: 30-2 2018 Singles Titles: 4 Career Singles Titles: 79 Grand Slam Singles Titles: 17 — Wimbledon ('08, '10), U.S. Open ('10, '13, '17), French Open ('05, '06, '07, '08, '10, '11, '12, '13, '14, '17, '18), Australian Open ('09) Last 5 Wimbledons: '17-4th, '16-Did Not Play, '15-2nd, '14-4th, '13-1st Aces: Has not competed since winning record-extending 11th French Open title on June 10. ... Four of past five Wimbledon losses came against opponents ranked 100th or worse. Topspin: Since reaching the final in five consecutive Wimbledon appearances from 2006-11, hasn't been past the fourth round. ___ MARIN CILIC Seeded: 3 Ranked: 5 Age: 29 Country: Croatia 2018 Match Record: 27-9 2018 Singles Titles: 1 Career Singles Titles: 18 Grand Slam Singles Titles: 1 — U.S. Open ('14) Last 5 Wimbledons: '17-RU, '16-QF, '15-QF, '14-QF, '13-2nd Aces: Runner-up to Federer at two of the past four majors. ... Won Queen's Club grass-court tuneup last week, beating Novak Djokovic in the final. Topspin: When his serve and forehand are clicking, as big a threat as anyone to make a deep run. ___ JUAN MARTIN DEL POTRO Seeded: 5 Ranked: 4 Age: 29 Country: Argentina 2018 Match Record: 28-7 2018 Singles Titles: 2 Career Singles Titles: 22 Grand Slam Singles Titles: 1 — U.S. Open ('09) Last 5 Wimbledons: '17-2nd, '16-3rd, '15-DNP, '14-DNP, '13-SF Aces: Back at career-best No. 4 in rankings after semifinal run at Roland Garros. Topspin: Biggest forehand in the game could carry him far at All England Club. ___ JOHN ISNER Seeded: 9 Ranked: 10 Age: 33 Country: United States 2018 Match Record: 16-11 2018 Singles Titles: 1 Career Singles Titles: 13 Grand Slam Singles Titles: 0 — Best: QF, U.S. Open ('11) Last 5 Wimbledons: '17-2nd, '16-3rd, '15-3rd, '14-3rd, '13-2nd Aces: Ranks 2nd in 2018 in aces and percentage of service games won. Topspin: Never has put together a second-week run at the place where he won the longest tennis match in history in 2010. ___ NOVAK DJOKOVIC Seeded: 12 Ranked: 17 Age: 31 Country: Serbia 2018 Match Record: 18-9 2018 Singles Titles: 0 Career Singles Titles: 68 Grand Slam Singles Titles: 12 — Wimbledon ('11, '14, '15), U.S. Open ('11, '15), Australian Open ('08, '11, '12, '13, '15, '16), French Open ('16) Last 5 Wimbledons: '17-QF, '16-3rd, '15-W, '14-W, '13-RU Aces: Reached 1st tour final in nearly a year last week, and it was on grass. Good sign as he tries to come back from right elbow troubles. Topspin: Has won 12 of past 15 matches after going 6-6 to start 2018. ___ NICK KYRGIOS Seeded: 15 Ranked: 19 Age: 23 Country: Australia 2018 Match Record: 16-6 2018 Singles Titles: 1 Career Singles Titles: 4 Grand Slam Singles Titles: 0 — Best: QF, Wimbledon ('14), Australian Open ('15) Last 5 Wimbledons: '17-1st, '16-4th, '15-4th, '14-QF, '13-DNP Aces: Only three players have hit more aces or won a higher percentage of service games this season. Topspin: If he can maintain focus and play up to his abilities, can go far on a surface that suits his game. ___ ANDY MURRAY Seeded: Unseeded Ranked: 156 Age: 31 Country: Britain 2018 Match Record: 1-2 2018 Singles Titles: 0 Career Singles Titles: 45 Grand Slam Singles Titles: 3 — Wimbledon ('13, '16), U.S. Open ('12) Last 5 Wimbledons: '17-QF, '16-W, '15-Lost in Semifinals, '14-QF, '13-W Aces: Ranks 3rd among all active players in career percentage of return games won, trailing only Nadal and Djokovic. Topspin: Played only three matches in the last year because of hip surgery. ... Streak of making at least QFs in last 10 Wimbledon appearances could be in danger......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 30th, 2018

Britain s Prince William in Jordan for historic Middle East tour

AMMAN, Jordan – Prince William arrived in Jordan on Sunday, June 24, at the start of a Middle East tour that will see him become the first British royal to pay official visits to both Israel and the Palestinian territories. He was greeted at Amman's Marka military airport by Crown Prince ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJun 24th, 2018

After giving birth, New Zealand Prime Minister recovers with ‘mac and cheese’

Wellington, New Zealand --- New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was regaining her strength with macaroni and cheese on Friday and planned to spend at least one more night in an Auckland public hospital with her newborn girl. Ardern on Thursday became just the second elected world leader to give birth while holding office. Many hope the 37-year-old will become a role model for combining motherhood with political leadership. Tributes have come in from around the world, including from Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and from Google, which posted an image in the shape of a heart on its New Zealand homepage along with the message "Congratulations!" Ardern posted an Instag...Keep on reading: After giving birth, New Zealand Prime Minister recovers with ‘mac and cheese’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 22nd, 2018

Murray excited to end 11-month absence at Queen s this week

Britain's Andy Murray returns the ball, during a practice session on day one of the Queen's Club Championship at the Queens Club, in London, Monday June 18, 2018. (Steven Paston/PA via AP.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJun 19th, 2018

Check out Escolta, the ‘Queen of Streets’–can she regain her crown?

When retired photojournalist Jos Enrique "Derek" Soriano and I opened the second branch of our dive bar Fred's Revolucion in Escolta---arguably Manila's oldest street in the world's oldest Chinatown---it was hard for me to accept that countless millennials had not heard of it.   I would fume every time I read their comments on social media. "Escolta? Saan 'yon?"   I calmed down after a spell, when I began to accept that in the early '80s---when Makati was taking precedence as the premier commercial district---perhaps people didn't want to take their children to this faded grand dame of a thoroughfare, still dignified, but perhaps reeking too much of the old scho...Keep on reading: Check out Escolta, the ‘Queen of Streets’–can she regain her crown?.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 9th, 2018

Petron reclaims crown after three years

After three years of frustration, Petron finally got the monkey off its back as it hammered a 25-19, 25-20, 22-25, 25-18 victory over F2 Logistics to clinch the Chooks to Go-Philippine Superliga (PSL) Grand Prix crown Saturday night at the Big Dome. Imports Katherine Bell and Lindsay Stalzer delivered, spearheading the Blaze Spikers to an impressive win over the Cargo Movers in Game 3 of their best-of-three finals series. Bell tallied 25 kills and three blocks for 28 points while Stalzer had 20 kills, three aces and a block for 24 points for the Blaze Spikers, who hung tough after nearly squandering a huge 10-point edge in the fourth set en route to the victory. More than anything else, it was Stalzer who took home the biggest prize of all – the Most Valuable Player award. But climbing back to the Grand Prix throne wasn’t easy for the Blaze Spikers. Despite posting a commanding 9-1 mark in the classifications, Petron had to make a bold move of changing its import as original choice Hillary Hurley crashed with an ankle injury. Bell, a seasoned international campaigner from University of Texas, came in and turned things around, leading the Blaze Spikers to a pair of impressive wins over Cocolife in the semifinals. In the finals, Petron had to crawl back from two sets down to capture a thrilling five set victory in Game 1 before absorbing a straight-set loss to a well-oiled F2 Logistics squad in Game 2 to set the stage for a kill-or-be killed Game 3. Petron coach Shaq Delos Santos knew that anything could happen. “This is such a sweet victory. Finally, we’re back on top,” said Delos Santos, who was part of the coaching staff of George Pascua when the Blaze Spikers last won the Grand Prix title in 2014. After that 2014 victory, the Blaze Spikers suffered back-to-back heartaches as Foton ruled the import-flavored conference. Then last year, Petron pushed F2 Logistics to the brink before suffering a painful setback in Game 3. Finally, it’s over.  The Blaze Spikers are the queen of the Grand Prix once more. And nothing could be sweeter than finally be reunited with their long lost crown......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 5th, 2018

Nietes faces Palicte in WBO title showdown

Donnie Nietes, seeking to become a world champion in four weight classes, will soon get a crack at the vacant WBO super-flyweight crown......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsMay 1st, 2018