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Guns N Roses coming to Manila this November

Guns N Roses coming to Manila this November.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource: cnnphilippines cnnphilippinesMay 19th, 2018

Guns N Roses is coming to Manila

Guns N Roses is coming to Manila.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsMay 19th, 2018

Guns N Roses to hold first concert in Manila

IT'S official! Filipino fans of American rock band Guns N' Roses will get the chance of a lifetime to watch the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees as they bring their 'Not in This.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsMay 20th, 2018

Guns N’ Roses to hold first concert in Manila

IT’S official! Filipino fans of American rock band Guns N’ Roses will get the chance of a lifetime to watch the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees as they bring their “Not in This Lifetime” tour in the country. Scheduled for a one-night only concert, the band’s first performance in the country is happening [...] The post Guns N’ Roses to hold first concert in Manila appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsMay 20th, 2018

ONE: Geje Eustaquio vs. Adriano Moraes world title unification bout set for Beijing in June

Team Lakay standout and reigning ONE Championship Interm Flyweight World Champion Geje "Gravity" Eustaquio gets the chance to become an undisputed world champion when he challenges reigning ONE Flyweight World Champion Adriano "Mikinho" Moraes this June. The Eustaquio-Moraes title unification bout is set as one of the headliners on ONE's Pinnacle of Power card set for June 16th in Beijing, China.  Eustaquio (10-6), an entertaining striker fighting out of Baguio City, captured ONE's interim flyweight title back in January after outpointing former titleholder Kairat Akhmetov in a five-round unanimous decision win.  Reigning champion Moraes (17-2), an elite grappler from Brazil, is on his second run as ONE's flyweight king. Moraes defeated Akhmetov back in 2017 to reclaim the title, and is coming off a dominant title defense back in November in Manila, submitting Eustaquio's teammate Danny Kingad in the first round.  This will be Eustaquio and Moraes' second time to meet in a ONE cage, as the two flyweight stars locked horns back in 2014 for the vacant ONE Flyweight world title, with Moraes getting the second round submission win.  ONE Championship also revealed that China's own reigning ONE Women's Flyweight world champion Xiong Jing Nan will be making her first title defense against Argentinian Laura Balin.  Also expected to be on the card are Team Lakay standouts Kingad and Edward Kelly.  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 19th, 2018

Folayang s return; three title fights on deck for ONE: Unstoppable Dreams in Singapore

Three world title fights, plus the highly-anticipated return of former ONE Championship Lightweight world champion Eduard 'The Landslide' Folayang' highlights ONE Championship's Unstoppable Dreams card on Friday, May 18th at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. Six months after his stunning KO defeat to Martin Nguyen for the ONE Lightweight World Championship in Manila, Folayang returns to the very place where he won his first world championship to begin his journey back to the top of the division.  The Team Lakay star's first test comes in the form of unbeaten Russian newcomer Kharun Atlangeriev, who's also looking to make a splash in his ONE debut.  A win over Atlangeriev could rocket Folayang back into the ONE Lightweight World Championhship picture, and at 33 years old, the former champ knows that at this point, opportunities won't be coming as often.  For the debuting Atlangeriev, a win over a name as big as Folayang also pushes him into the title picture.  In the main event of the evening, Singaporean superstar and reigning ONE Atomweight World Champion 'Unstoppable' Angela Lee puts her world title on the line against number one contender Mei 'VV' Yamaguchi in a rematch of their 2016 world title bout.  Originally scheduled for ONE's November 2017 card in Singapore, the Lee-Yamaguchi rematch had to be put on hold after Lee was involved in a car accident that kept her sidelined for a bit.  Since their first bout in 2016, Lee has successfully defended the ONE Atomweight World Championship twice, stopping Jenny Huang and Istela Nunes in impressive fashion. Friday in front of a pro-Lee crowd in Singapore, the champion looks to repeat history by once again beating Yamaguchi.  After her title rematch with Lee was put on hold, Yamaguchi put her top contender spot on the line against Team Lakay's Gina Iniong on short notice. Yamaguchi put on a masterful performance, beating Iniong via unanimous decision in Singapore to secure her place as the rightful number one contender to the champ Lee.  In the co-main event, two-division ONE Championship World Champion Martin 'The Situ-Asian' Nguyen puts his featherweight world title on the line against a familiar opponent in Christian 'The Warrior' Lee.  The two featherweight stars have crossed paths before, with Nguyen extending his winning streak to three straight after choking Lee out in Macau, handing the Singaporean the first and only loss in his career so far.  Since then, Nguyen has won three more bouts and capturing two world championships, while Lee has picked up four straight wins to put him in the front of the line to challenge for the featherweight title.  Follwing a tremendous debut in Manila back in April, the ONE Super Series will be crowning their first world champion in Singapore when Muay Thai legend Sam-A Gaiyanghadao meets Dutch multi-time Muay Thai world champon Sergio Wielzen for the ONE Super Series Flyweight World Championship.  A two-division Lumpinee champion with an unbelievable 365-46-9 Muay Thai record, Gaiyanghadao introduced himself to ONE fight fans back in January after dismantling Joseph Lasiri in a Muay Thai bout at ONE: Global Superheroes in Manila. He now has a chance to add a ONE Super Series world championship to his long list of accolades.  Amsterdam, Netherlands' Wielzen owns a 46-18-2, 1 No Contest Muay Thai record and has a respectable list of accolades of his own, which includes the Lion Fight Featherweight world championship. Wielzen looks to take down a massive name in Gaiyanghadao on his way to another world championship.    Catch ONE Championship: Unstoppable Dreams LIVE starting at 8:30 PM on ABS-CBN S+A channel 23!   .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 18th, 2018

Qualities of an elite fighter

When an up-and-coming fighter beats an elite fighter who is no longer in his prime, does that guarantee him of achieving an elite status in the future? From what I have observed, the usual answer is “no.” And just over the weekend, Jessie Magdaleno, who beat Nonito Donaire in November 2016, was stopped out by [...] The post Qualities of an elite fighter appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimesRelated NewsMay 2nd, 2018

Coming up roses: Instituto Cervantes holds Dia del Libro 2018

MANILA, Philippines – At Dia del Libro, you buy a book, you get a rose. This is something bookworms and romantics alike have come to look forward every April since 2006, as the Instituto Cervantes de Manila holds its annual book market in celebration of International Book Day. The tradition of ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsMar 23rd, 2018

UAAP Season 80 Men’s Football: Ateneo, De La Salle rekindle rivalry on the football pitch

Collegiate rivals Ateneo de Manila University and De La Salle University collide on the pitch for the first time this season as the Men’s Football Tournament of UAAP Season 80 rolls on Thursday at the Rizal Memorial Football Stadium. Coming off their first win of the season, defending champions Ateneo look to keep their momentum going as they face off against a rejuvenated Green Archers squad. “Kung titignan natin, La Salle had a good start, yung frontline players nila ang worry ko ngayon, yung size, of course we need to be ready,” said Ateneo head coach JP Merida. Ateneo came back from a goal down to beat National University, 3-1, last Sunday, behind a spirited performance from birthday boy Jarvey Gayoso, who had his hand in all three of the defending champions’ goals, scoring one and assisting on the other two. Speaking of momentum, the Green Archers are riding a ton of momentum heading into this rivalry matchup. After their win over last season’s runners-up FEU a week ago, the Green Archers followed up with a dominant 2-0 win over Adamson University, Sunday. “It’s just another team. We’ll just play the same way we trained for.” said DLSU head coach Hans-Peter Smit. “There’s nothing special with any other team, just like us, there’s nothing special. It’s just whoever wants to win more, who has brought their A-game, and who wants to finish the game on a high note.” Ateneo and DLSU kick off at 4:00 PM.   In the morning game, another squad looks to remain unbeaten in the season as University of the Philippines meets Adamson University. The Fighting Maroons are riding high off their hot start, winning their first two matches against Ateneo and University of the East. The Soaring Falcons on the other hand try to get their first win of the season after back-to-back losses against University of Santo Tomas and DLSU. UP and Adamson kick off at 9:00 AM.   In the first televised matchup of the day, UST guns for their third straight victory against a struggling NU side. After getting bounced by eventual champions Ateneo in the Season 79 semis, the Growling Tigers are off to an impressive start, already scoring wins over FEU and Adamson. The same can’t be said for the Bulldogs, who after nearly making the playoffs a season ago, find themselves struggling and losing both of their first matches against UE and Ateneo. UST and NU kick off at 2:00 PM.   Catch the exciting UAAP men’s football action LIVE starting at 2:00 PM on ABS-CBN S+A channel 23, ABS-CBN S+A HD channel 166, Liga channel 83, Liga HD channel 186, and livestreaming on sports.abs-cbn.com/livestream/uaap.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 14th, 2018

Former ONE champ Eduard Folayang is ready for a better 2018

While 2017 wasn't all bad for famed Baguio-based MMA stable Team Lakay, it's pretty safe to say that coming from their banner 2016 campaign, last year wasn't as stellar.  Especially the final stretch, which saw Team Lakay go on a four-fight skid.  Arguably the biggest of those losses was Eduard Folayang's shocking knockout loss to Martin Nguyen in Manila.  2017 is over and done with, and for the former ONE lightweight world champion, the previous year wasn't a complete loss.  "Tapos na yung 2017, and may good and bad, pero ang importante, I think I’ve learned a lot," Folayang shared with ABS-CBN Sports. "I did not lose because of the lessons that I’ve learned." At 33 years old and over a decade in the game, Folayang has had his fair share of ups and downs. At this point, the former SEA Games Wushu gold medalist knows that it's no longer just about winning, but also learning.  "I think that’s one of the most important things as a martial artist, hindi lang yung mananalo ka palagi, kundi yung paano ka ulit babangon sa areas na nagkamali ka." While Folayang's loss to Nguyen was indeed brutal to watch, the Baguio City native revealed that it didn't keep him out of the gym at all.  "Actually after ng fight, balik agad ng gym, training ulit, kasi yung pagpapahinga, andiyan lang yan. Pero kung paano iinvest or bibigyan ng investment ng time yung mo para gumaling, yun ang pinaka-importante." And while 'The Landslide' hasn't been booked for a fight yet this year, the former lightweight king is itching to get back inside the cage.  Furthermore, Folayang is itching to prove that 2018 will be a better for him and for his Team Lakay family.  "Of course, always excited. Mas maganda I think ang 2018, ikine-claim ko magiging maganda kasi pinag-hahandaan ko naman." After Friday's ONE: Global Superheroes card at the Mall of Asia Arena, ONE Championship will be holding three more cards in Manila on April 20th, July 27th, and November 16th. It's highly likely that the return of 'The Landslide' could be on one of those upcoming Manila shows. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 25th, 2018

Joshua Pacio hopes to gain even more experience on his way back to a title shot

Team Lakay strawweight star Joshua Pacio isn't concerning himself too much about championships yet.  At just 21 years old, Pacio already knows what it's like to challenge for a world championship, and while he was ultimately unsuccessful, falling to then champion Yoshitaka Naito in the fourth round, the Baguio City native proved that he belonged at the top of the division.  Now, as 'The Passion' continues his road back to the top, all he's concerned about now is gaining even more experience to keep up with today's current crop of champions.  "Para sa akin, hindi ko na muna iniisip yung title kasi para sa akin, mas gusto ko pang lumaban or maging experienced pa, humugot pa ng maraming experience para makahabol sa mga champions," Pacio told ABS-CBN Sports during the pre-fight press conference for ONE Championship: Global Superheroes.  "Kasi yung mga champion ngayon, well-experienced, pero malapit ko na rin makuha yun." Pacio added.  On Friday at the Mall of Asia Arena, the road back to the title for Pacio puts him against China's Lan Ming Qiang, a late replacement for his original opponent Pongsiri Misatit, who had to back out due to injury. And while Lan is a short notice fight and is significantly less experienced than he is, the Pinoy isn't taking it easy.  "Napanood ko yung laban niya, striker din, mas malupit pa kay Pongsiri," Pacio shared. "Kaya yung gameplan ganun pa din, and i-shoshowcase ko yun this Friday." The former Team Lakay Challenge champion is coming off an impressive knockout win over Roy Doliguez in Manila last November, and another big win on Friday could vault Pacio back into the world title picture.    Team Lakay's Joshua Pacio meets China's Lan Ming Qiang in the co-main event of ONE Championship: Global Superheroes on Friday, January 26th at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City.  Catch it live starting at 8:30 PM on S+A channel 23! .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 24th, 2018

IN PHOTOS: Shirts Duterte supporters wore at the RevGov rally

On Bonifacio Day, November 30, supporters of President Rodrigo Duterte gathered in Mendiola , Manila, to urge him – even "grant" him powers – to establish a revolutionary government (RevGov).  Coming from different cities and provinces, they wore matching shirts and accessories, which bore texts and designs declaring their support for Duterte, RevGov, ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsDec 2nd, 2017

LIVE BLOG: Philippines vs Chinese Taipei – 2019 FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers

MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED) – The SMART Gilas Pilipinas will be facing Chinese Taipei at home on Monday, November 27, 7:30 pm, at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.  Philippines – ranked 5th in Asia and 30th in the world – is coming off a 77-71 win over Japan Friday, November 24, ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsNov 26th, 2017

Ellen Page accuses Brett Ratner of homophobic and abusive behavior

MANILA, Philippines – Ellen Page has joined the wave of people coming forward with their experiences of sexual harrassment and abuse, sharing her own story of being outed against her will by director Brett Ratner, whom she worked with in X:Men: The Last Stand. Posting on Facebook on November 10, Page ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsNov 11th, 2017

Team Lakay s Gina Iniong offered to step in for Angela Lee in Singapore

Reigning ONE Championship atomweight queen Angela Lee was scheduled to defend her championship in a rematch against Mei Yamaguchi at ONE: Immortal Pursuit this coming November 24th in Singapore.  Unfortunately, Lee met a car accident as she was driving to the gym early last week, and while thankfully, she only suffered a concussion and some minor burns, she definitely won't be at a hundred percent by the time fight night rolls in.  With Yamaguchi left without an opponent for the Singapore show, ONE Championship chairman and CEO Chatri Sityodtong revealed during the post-fight press conference of Friday's ONE: Legends of the World card in Manila that Team Lakay atomweight Gina Iniong was offered the massive opportunity to step in for the champ.  "Gina has been offered to fight Mei on two weeks notice, let’s see if Gina accepts, but that is a massive fight for Gina, right?" Earlier that night, Iniong dominated Indonesian Priscilla Lumban Gaol en route to a second-round TKO win.  Absorbing minimal damage, 'Conviction' said she was ready to go on two weeks' notice.  "Opo, tatanggapin ko kasi nag-train naman po ako, tapos ensayado pa naman po ako." ("Of course, I'll accept. I've been training, and I'm still in shape.") The ball is now in Yamaguchi's court. Should she choose to accept, she'll still be having a rematch in Singapore, just not with Angela Lee.  See, Iniong and Yamaguchi have crossed paths before, back in 2014, at a PXC show in Manila, where Iniong outpointed and upset a more-experienced Yamaguchi via Split Decision.  This time around, the stakes are bigger for both ladies. A win for Yamaguchi cements her place as the number one contender. A win for Iniong, according to Sityodtong, puts her in front of the line to challenge Lee for the strawweight title.  "Let’s see if Mei accepts, that’s a massive massive fight, because if Gina wins, then we’re talking a title shot against Angela Lee." Expect an official announcment in the coming days. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 11th, 2017

Eduard Folayang will be defending more than just the lightweight championship come fight night

For the first time in ONE Championship history, two reigning titleholders will be going head-to-head in a champion-versus-champion superfight at ONE: Legends of the World in Manila.  The two divisional kings chosen for the history-making clash: lightweight champion Eduard 'the Landslide' Folayang and featherweight champion Martin 'The Situ-Asian' Nguyen.  And while both of them will be parading their belts when they walk down to the cage on fight night, only Folayang's belt will be on the line, meaning that he has more to lose. A lot more.  For the reigning lightweight king, this upcoming championship superfight isn't just about defending the lightweight title, rather it's also about defending the entire lightweight division.  Being the titleholder means that Folayang is the top guy in the division. The lightweight division 'is his kingdom', as he said, and it's his duty to defend it from a challenger from a different weight class.  "Papasukin yung division ko eh, so as much as possible, you are not only defending your own name, but also your division," Folayang said. "[Ako] yung champion doon eh." ("He's coming into my division, so I'm not only defending my name, but also my division. I'm the champion there.") The responsibility, so to say, has helped fuel the Baguio-based champion as he heads into this historic encounter against a very game challenger in the Vietnamese-Australian Nguyen.  "It’s a lot of motivation for me to do my part in my training camp and of course most especially during the fight." Aside from also defending his division, the Team Lakay superstar will also be defending his home turf, as he'll be fighting in front of what should be a partisan pro-Filipino crowd. "It’s always been a joy for me to represent my country and my hometown, and may kwento pa siya kasi champion-versus-champion, so it will give a lot of motivation for me." ("It's always been a joy for me to represent my country and my hometown, plus theres the champion-versus-champion backstory, so it will give a lot of motivation for me.")   Eduard Folayang defends his ONE Championship lightweight world title against reigning ONE Championship featherweight world champion Martin Nguyen in the main event of ONE: Legends of the World on Friday, November 10th at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City.  Catch the action LIVE, 8:30 PM on S+A channel 23! .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 9th, 2017

Team Lakay s Danny Kingad gets ONE world title shot in Manila

After having back-to-back fight cancellations, up-and-coming Team Lakay flyweight Danny "The King" Kingad gets a shot of a lifetime.  Serving as the co-main event in ONE Championship's return to Manila this November will be the unbeaten Kingad challenging for the ONE flyweight world championship against newly-crowned undisputed titleholder Adriano 'Mikinho' Moraes of Brazil.  The 21-year old Kingad (6-0-0) was originally set to take on China's Hexigetu back in July 29th in Surabaya, Indonesia, but the event was ultimately scrapped, and their bout was rescheduled to August 18th. Less than ten days before the fight, it was revealed that Hexigetu's camp had pulled out of the fight, leaving Kingad ready to go but not getting to fight on back-to-back occasions.  Considered as one of the most promising young fighter on the ONE Championship roster today, Kingad is 3-0 under the Singapore-based promotion, with two of those wins coming via first round stoppage.  On November 10th, Kingad steps up to the biggest challenge of his life when he meets flyweight king Moraes. The Brazilian is riding high with a three-fight winning streak, capped off by a decision win over former champion Kairat Akhmetov in Macau last August to become ONE Championship's undisputed flyweight king. Moraes (16-2) has been a fixture with ONE Championship since 2013, compiling a 7-2 record with two runs as the flyweight champion.  His first defense comes against a talented young Pinoy in Kingad.  Main eventing ONE Championship's Manila card will be a world lightweight championship superfight between reigning titleholder Eduard 'The Landslide' Folayang and current ONE featherweight champion Martin 'The Situ-Asian' Nguyen.    ONE Championship: Legends of the World happens on Friday, November 10th at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City, Manila, Philippines.  Catch the action LIVE on S+A channel 23! .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 17th, 2017

PVL title a stepping stone to UAAP 4-peat -- Almadro

Ateneo de Manila University once again proved their dominance after capturing the inaugural Premier Volleyball League Collegiate Conference men’s division title. But the Blue Eagles, who lost only once in the tournament, are not going to rest on their laurels as they prepare for a bigger battle ahead when Ateneo guns for a four-peat in the UAAP Season 80 starting early next year. “This is not 100% the gauge of what we will be performing during the UAAP, but this is a stepping stone,” said Ateneo coach Oliver Almadro, whose squad completed a best-of-three Finals series sweep of Far Eastern University, 25-21, 25-22, 25-16, Saturday at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. “This is a great opportunity para malaman namin kung ano ang kaya naming gawin,” added the mentor, who completed a grand slam in the tournament after steering Cignal to the Reinforced and Open Conference titles. This is also the Katipunan-based squad's third straight Collegiate Conference title since winning the defunct V-League's championships in 2015 and 2016. With the departure of seasoned players Rex Intal and Josh Villanueva last UAAP season, Almadro used their participation in the conference as a chance to discover their flaws, fine tune and experiment on his rotation. “What we are trying to do here in the PVL is for my team to be exposed and malaman namin kung ano ang kaya naming gawin coming into this UAAP season,” he said. Marck Espejo, who won the conference and Finals Most Valuable Players awards and Best Open Spiker citation, and setter Ish Polvorosa stepped up as vocal leaders inside the court while John Rivera, Gian Glorioso and Chumason Njigha played consistently for the Blue Eagles.    “Ang maganda kay Marck ngayon he’s stepping up, hindi mo na siya kailangan sabihan. Siya na ang nagsasalita sa team ganoon din si Ish eh,” said Almadro. “Silang dalawa na ang namumuno sa team even si (Manuel) Sumanguid now is stepping up as a leader even si John Rivera.”        The Blue Eagles swept the seven-game elimination round and won Game 1 of the semifinals series against University of Sto. Tomas. Ateneo saw its eight-game winning streak snapped in Game 2 before advancing to the Finals with an escape in the series decider. Ateneo defeated the Tams in straight sets in the championship series opener.      “Hats off pa rin sa FEU, UST at NU na nasa Final Four,” said Almadro. “Maganda rin naman ang nilalaro nila talagang struggle lang sa schedule and of course hats off din sa mga players ko sa resiliency nila and ‘yung willingness nila na mag-perform ng tama day in and day out.” The Blue Eagles are scheduled to train abroad, one in Thailand and one in a yet to be decided country, as part of their prep up for UAAP.   ---    Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles   .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 14th, 2017

DLSU shoots for at least a semis spot playoff

De La Salle University guns for at least a playoff for a semifinals berth against the also-ran University of the Philippines Wednesday in the men’s division of the inaugural Premier Volleyball League Collegiate Conference. The Green Spikers march into the 10:00 a.m. match at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan hoping to close the elimination round with a victory and secure a playoff in case of a tie for the fourth and last semis slot. DLSU sports a 3-3 win-loss record. The Taft-based squad is coming off a 15-25, 20-25, 22-25, defeat at the hands of unbeaten Ateneo de Manila University (6-0) last Saturday. The Blue Eagles and Far Eastern University (5-1) are through to the best-of-three semis. The Fighting Maroons bowed out of contention with a 1-5 mark and are on a four-game losing skid with their last defeat handed by FEU, 22-25, 25-23, 24-26, 14-25, last Monday. Meanwhile, University of Sto. Tomas and San Beda College collide at 8:00 a.m. with both teams looking to boost their semis hopes. The Tigers and Red Spikers hold identical 2-3 slates.         --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 26th, 2017

Tams set sights on clinching a semis berth

Far Eastern University guns for the second semifinals berth in the men’s division of the inaugural Premier Volleyball League Collegiate Conference on Monday at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. The Tamaraws hope to extend their winning run to five against a University of the Philippines side looking to fan its flickering Final Four bid at 8:00 a.m. FEU sports a 4-1 win-loss record at second spot behind the semifinals-bound and unbeaten Ateneo de Manila University (6-0). After dropping a four-set match against the Blue Eagles in their conference opener, the Tams rolled past their next four opponents including a 25-22, 27-25, 25-21, demolition of reigning NCAA champion College of St. Benilde a week ago. The Fighting Maroons are on a three-game losing slump and hold a 1-4 slate at seventh spot. Another loss will boot UP, which is coming off a 13-25, 26-24, 15-25, 17-25, defeat against National University last Saturday, out of the semis race.        Meanwhile, San Beda College (1-3) and CSB (0-4) cross paths at 10:00 a.m.     --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 24th, 2017

Trump’s attendance in November Asean meet likely

MANILA, Philippines -  US President Donald Trump has indicated that he is coming to the Philippines for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) me.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsApr 19th, 2017