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Isabelle Daza shows up in party as Gloria Diaz

Isabelle Daza shows up in party as Gloria Diaz.....»»

Category: newsSource: inquirer inquirerJan 20th, 2017

Isabelle Daza arrives at Tim Yap's party as mom Gloria Diaz

Isabelle Daza arrives at Tim Yap's party as mom Gloria Diaz.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsJan 19th, 2017

Isabelle Daza dons mom’s legacy

  WHILE other celeb­rities opted to wear newly-crafted gowns to the recently con­cluded ABS-CBN Ball, Isabelle Daza chose to “recycle.” On Instagram, she revealed that the striking blue terno she wore was originally from her mother Glo­ria Diaz. “I feel like sustainable is the new vintage,” she wrote. Gloria first wore the gown, which was […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tempoRelated NewsSep 16th, 2019

WHO DID IT BETTER: Maxine Medina of Isabelle Daza as Miss Universe 1969 Gloria Diaz?

WHO DID IT BETTER: Maxine Medina of Isabelle Daza as Miss Universe 1969 Gloria Diaz?.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsJan 21st, 2017

Panggagaya ni Isabelle Daza sa “winning moment” ng kanyang mommy Gloria Diaz, trending

Panggagaya ni Isabelle Daza sa “winning moment” ng kanyang mommy Gloria Diaz, trending.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 20th, 2017

WATCH: Isabelle Daza reenacts mom Gloria Diaz's reaction in Miss Universe 1969 coronation

WATCH: Isabelle Daza reenacts mom Gloria Diaz's reaction in Miss Universe 1969 coronation.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsJan 20th, 2017

LOOK: Isabelle Daza dresses up as her mom, Miss Universe 1969 Gloria Diaz

LOOK: Isabelle Daza dresses up as her mom, Miss Universe 1969 Gloria Diaz.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJan 20th, 2017

Isabelle Daza waging ‘Miss Universe 1969′; kopyang-kopya si Gloria Diaz

Isabelle Daza waging ‘Miss Universe 1969′; kopyang-kopya si Gloria Diaz.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 20th, 2017

LOOK: Isabelle Daza s Marie Antoinette steals Halloween party

MANILA, Philippines – Actress Isabelle Daza celebrated Halloween with her friends at the Opulence Let Them Eat Cake! party on Thursday, October 31 at Solaire. And for the occasion, she dressed up no less than as Marie Antoinette, the last queen of France before the French Revolution and who is ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsNov 1st, 2019

Lots of twerking! Girls going topless! Booze! It's Isabelle Daza's bachelorette party in Bali!

Lots of twerking! Girls going topless! Booze! It's Isabelle Daza's bachelorette party in Bali!.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsSep 6th, 2016

Lots of twerking! Girls going topless! Booze! It's Isabelle Daza's bachelorette party in Bali!

Lots of twerking! Girls going topless! Booze! It's Isabelle Daza's bachelorette party in Bali!.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsSep 5th, 2016

IN PHOTOS: Isabelle Daza's bachelorette party in Bali

IN PHOTOS: Isabelle Daza's bachelorette party in Bali.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsAug 28th, 2016

IN PHOTOS. Isabelle Daza's BELLEchorette party in Bali with the It Girls

IN PHOTOS. Isabelle Daza's BELLEchorette party in Bali with the It Girls.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsAug 27th, 2016

Isabelle Daza's BELLEchorette party in Bali with the It Girls

Isabelle Daza's BELLEchorette party in Bali with the It Girls.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsAug 27th, 2016

Isabelle Daza and the It Girls fly to Bali for bachelorette party

Isabelle Daza and the It Girls fly to Bali for bachelorette party.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsAug 27th, 2016

Celebrate the best of PH Wrestling with PWR’s first show of the year, PWR: Mabuhay Ang Wrestling

2019 was wildly successful for Philippine Wrestling Revolution with unmissable shows, iconic in-ring moments, and glorious homecomings being key highlights for a historical year! And with the Philippine pro wrestling scene being positioned for even greater heights, PWR welcomes 2020 with literal slammin’ and bangin’ festivities featuring the country’s best wrestling talent with PWR Mabuhay Ang Wrestling happening on January 26, 2020, at 2 p.m. at the Power Mac Center Spotlight, Circuit Makati.  Championship Fireworks Chris Panzer faces his past when he puts this PWR Championship on the line in a Three-Way Dance, taking on the former champion, “The Lightbringer” QUATRO, as well as the man he betrayed to kickstart his championship journey, one-half of the #PWOGs, Ken Warren, for the right to kickstart 2020 as the Kampeon ng Pilipinas!    Last Man Standing No pinfalls, no submissions, no mercy! The Philippine Excellence Championship will be disputed in a “Matira, Matibay” match to end the blood feud as “The Blessed One” Chino Guinto invokes his rematch clause against the behemoth that is Vlad Sinnsyk to have the right to be called the undisputed PHX champion.   More Party Favors With the Mr. Sy Group of Talents (MSG) terrorizing PWR to get more gold on their hands, Mr. Philippine Wrestling’s interesting #PWOGs recruitment drive, the Naughty Boys’ bizarre adventures, more matches are set to be scheduled for PWR’s first outing of the decade!    Take your Mabuhay Ang Wrestling experience to a whole new level with the special Mabuhay Ang Wrestling bundle of an event ticket and t-shirt for just PhP 850! Award-winning Filipino illustrator Rob Cham lends his artistic view on the best of Philippine Wrestling with a limited-edition Mabuhay Ang Wrestling tee!      Shirts are available at the venue for just PhP 600.   Mabuhay Ang Wrestling Tickets are available at bit.ly/PWRMabuhayAngWrestling. Early bird tickets are available at PhP 399 each or in barkada bundles of three (3) tickets for PhP 1,099. Regularly priced tickets will still be available at the venue for PhP 450 each. Tickets can also be purchased through the PWR Facebook page, via pwr.tickets@gmail.com, and official PWR retail partners.     Philippine Wrestling Revolution is the premier professional wrestling promotion in the Philippines featuring the top Filipino wrestling talent in the country. PWR was established in December 2013, and has since gained a strong following in Manila, and Southeast Asia, even gaining the attention of World Wrestling Entertainment. Philippine Wrestling Revolution aims to become the premier wrestling promotion in Southeast Asia. Follow PWR on social media on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram. For further inquiries, please email us at philippinewrestlingrevolution@gmail.com Official event hashtag: #MabuhayAngWrestlin.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 21st, 2020

Maxine Medina, kasamang bibida ni Gloria Diaz sa ‘The Beauty Queens’ ng iWant

SERYOSO NA talaga ang beauty queen na si Maxine Medina sa kanyang acting career. Bibida na ang kanyang beauty kasama sina Gloria Diaz, Winwyn Marquez at Maris Racal sa iWant original series na The Beauty Queens directed by Joel Lamangan and produced by ATD Entertainment. “Feeling ko, another role na naman ito na puwede kong […] The post Maxine Medina, kasamang bibida ni Gloria Diaz sa ‘The Beauty Queens’ ng iWant appeared first on Pinoy Parazzi......»»

Category: newsSource:  pinoyparazziRelated NewsJan 8th, 2020

New Stars and New Eras: A look back at MMA in 2019

2019 was once again a pretty eventful year in terms of mixed martial arts, especially on the local front. In 2019, we saw Pinoy stars rise and fall, and some have managed to rise again before the decade’s end. Before we look forward to 2020, let’s take a look back at some of the biggest storylines in the world of Filipino, Asian and international mixed martial arts.   Team Lakay’s Troubles 2019 kicked off with not one, not two, but five world champions from the famed Filipino MMA stable Team Lakay. Pinoy MMA icon Eduard Folayang was on his second run as the ONE Lightweight World Champion, Kevin Belingon was enjoying his status as the ONE Bantamweight World Champion, Geje Eustaquio reigned over the flyweight division as the ONE Flyweight World Champion, and rising star Joshua Pacio, the ONE Strawweight World Champion, was the team’s youngest titleholder. Outside ONE, Stephen Loman continued on his reign as the BRAVE CF Bantamweight World Champion. And then, the dominoes began to fall. Pacio was the first to drop his title, losing a close split decision to Japan’s Yosuke Saruta. Eustaquio followed suit, dropping a controversial decision to rival Adriano Moraes, and then Folayang and Belingon would also lose their titles in heartbreaking fashion at ONE: A New Era in Japan. It was, to say the least, a rough start to the year for the Benguet-based team, but they would manage to bounce back before the year was done, with Folayang and Eustaquio both claiming wins to end the year.   The Rise of "The Passion" 23-year old prodigy Joshua “The Passion” Pacio was the youngest member of Team Lakay to hold a title heading into 2019, and heading into 2020, he remains the lone member of  Team Lakay to hold a ONE world title. After losing to Yosuke Saruta in January, Pacio was granted an immediate rematch and made good on the second opportunity by blasting Saruta with a head kick to score the KO and reclaim the ONE Strawweight World Championship. Pacio would then take on the clear-cut number one contender in fellow Pinoy Rene “D’ Challenger” Catalan, and make quick work of him as well, scoring a second-round submission win to retain the title. Even before the end of the year, Pacio already has his next assignment, as he’s set to face former champion Alex Silva at ONE: Fire and Fury in Manila on January 31st. A win for Pacio cements his status as one of, if not, the best ONE strawweight ever. While Team Lakay’s 2019 was, for the most part, a struggle, Pacio was no doubt the Team’s brightest spot.   A New Era 2019 proved to be another milestone year for Asia-based martial arts promotion ONE Championship, as they were able to penetrate new markets in terms of live shows as well as broadcast deals. ONE began the year with a new partnership with Turner Broadcasting, which gave North American fans access to ONE’s brand of martial arts through B/R Live and TNT. In terms of live events, ONE was able to finally plant their flag in one of the biggest markets for MMA in the world, Japan. In March, ONE put on their first ever show in Japan, ONE: A New Era in Tokyo, which featured some of the promotion’s biggest names including  Demetrious Johnson, Eddie Alvarez, Shinya Aoki, Angela Lee, Aung La N Sang, Eduard Folayang, and many more. To celebrate their historic 100th event, ONE returned to Tokyo for ONE: Century, their biggest card ever, featuring seven world title bouts and the promotion’s biggest stars, and then some.   In 2020, ONE plans to break through to even more new markets, possible including a show in the United States.   The ‘Return’ of Jon Jones While Jon Jones officially reclaimed his spot at the top of the UFC’s light heavyweight division in December of 2018, it was in 2019 that he returned to his dominant ways. After stopping Alexander Gustafsson in 2018 to reclaim the UFC Light Heavyweight crown, Jones handily defeated tough challengers in Anthony Smith and Thiago “Maretta” Santos to retain the titles. While the Smith and Santos bouts were lackluster in the eyes of many, it showed that even on his bad days, Jon Jones is better than most people on their best days.   “Rush” Retires Again While it was something that was expected, 37-year old Georges St-Pierre officially retired from MMA, again, in February. The former long-time welterweight king and pound-for-pound great made a triumphant return to the UFC in 2017, dethroning Michael Bisping to become the new UFC Middleweight Champion. GSP would never get to defend the title, as he would relinquish it not long after due to concerns with ulcerative colitis. While GSP has remained inactive since, the whispers of a super-fight with reigning UFC Lightweight Champion Khabib Nurmagomedov remain present, and 2020 could possibly see that coming to fruition.   Grand Prix Greatness In 2019, ONE Championship introduced a new and exciting attraction, the ONE Lightweight and Flyweight World Grand Prix tournaments.  Eight of the best fighters from each division would battle it out in a tournament-style competition, and the winner would become the ONE World Grand Prix Champion and earn a title shot against the division's respective titleholder.  Making their debuts in the lightweight and flyweight tournaments were former UFC champs Eddie Alvarez and Demetrious Johnson respectively, and as it played out the two would have very different outcomes.  Alvarez saw himself get upset in the quarterfinals by Russian knockout artist Timofey Nastyukhin. The former UFC lightweight king would get another chance in the tournament after defeating Eduard Folayang in a last-minute semifinal matchup, but another injury would keep him out of the finale at ONE: Century in Tokyo. Reigning ONE Lightweight World Champion Christian Lee ended up stepping in on short notice to defeat tournament favorite Saygid Guseyn Arslanalieve and become a double-champion.  Johnson, meanwhile, breezed through his quarterfinals and semifinals bouts to set up a finale showdown with Filipino star Danny Kingad. In the Finale, Kingad fought valiantly but ultimately fell to Johnson via Unanimous Decision, setting up a must-see matchup between DJ and reigning ONE Flyweight World Champion Adriano Moraes in 2020.    Baddest Motherf**ker Jorge Masdival has long been a staple in the UFC’s lightweight ranks for years, but it wasn’t until 2019 that “Gamebred” made headlines. After a hiatus in 2018, Masvidal returned with a bang in 2019, knocking out former title challenger Darren Till, and then followed that up with a 5-second flying knee knockout over former ONE Welterweight king Ben Askren. The popularity and momentum that Masvidal had garnered was enough to bring a certain Stockton star out of retirement and that set up one of the most talked-about UFC title bouts in 2019: Masvidal vs. Nate Diaz for the title of Baddest Motherf**ker. Masvidal lived up to the name and pieced Diaz up with strikes in the early rounds, before eventually opening up a cut that was just too big for the fight to go on. Much to the dismay of Masvidal, Diaz, and the crowd in New York, the fight was stopped. Still, it was nothing short of a testament to just how dangerous the new and improved version of Jorge Masvidal is. Expect him to challenge for a title in 2020.   MMA stars shine in 2019 SEA Games A number of Pinoy mixed martial artists showcased their skills in different battlegrounds during the recently-concluded 2019 Southeast Asian Games, which was held in the Philippines. from November 30 to December 11. Reigning URCC champion Mark “Mugen” Striegl took home gold in Combat Sambo, while former ONE title challenger Rene Catalan settled for Silver after an injury dashed his dreams of getting gold. Another URCC veteran in Ariel Lee Lampacan also took home SEA Games gold, this time in the Muay Thai competition. ONE Super Series veteran Ryan Jakiri took home silver. The SEA Games kickboxing event saw three MMA stars from Team Lakay take home gold medals, as Gina Iniong, Jerry Olsim, and Jean Claude Saclag all reigned over their respective divisions. Iniong, of course, is a ONE Women’s Atomweight contender, while Olsim is a veteran of Rich Franklin’s ONE Warrior Series. Saclag, meanwhile, is one of Team Lakay’s representatives in the Japan-based promotion Shooto.       .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 24th, 2019

MEET THE ICE KING: Gerry Santos of Mr. Freeze

GERRY Santos is the President, CEO of  Mr. Freeze Tube Ice Inc. Actress- model Isabelle Daza and award-winning  actor/director  Albert Martinez are also business partners of Mr. Ice King. He established Mr. Freeze in 2005, his first 15-ton ice facility was built in Quezon City. After graduating from San Beda College with a degree in […] The post MEET THE ICE KING: Gerry Santos of Mr. Freeze appeared first on Pinoy Parazzi......»»

Category: newsSource:  pinoyparazziRelated NewsDec 6th, 2019

Gazini 50-50 sa Miss U – Gloria Diaz

May 50-50 ang chance na manalo ng korona ang ibinigay ni Miss Universe 1969 Gloria Diaz sa ating Philippine representative na si Gazini Ganados......»»

Category: newsSource:  abanteRelated NewsDec 2nd, 2019

Guy in Dumaguete shows us how to enjoy a party even when we’re not in the party

CEBU CITY, Philippines— Have you ever tried asking your parents if you could spend a night with your friends? Yes, right? But oftentimes we get no for an answer. That’s normal. They’re just concerned for our safety. So this guy from Dumaguete City showed everyone that you can still have fun even if you are […] The post Guy in Dumaguete shows us how to enjoy a party even when we’re not in the party appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 19th, 2019