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Man arrested for beating partner’s two-year-old son to death in Batangas

SAN PEDRO CITY- A man was arrested Friday afternoon for allegedly beating to death the two-year-old son of his live-in partner in Rosario town in Batangas province. Rosario police chief Chief Inspector Rodel Ban-o, in a phone interview, said the suspect John Ross Alaro, a construction worker, would be charged with murder for killing his partner's child, Miko Basila, in their home in Barangay Maligaya around 9:30 a.m. Friday. "The child's mother was away for work at that time. When we interviewed (Alaro), he said he was just trying to discipline the child," Ban-o said. According to police, bruises found on the child's body showed he was "kicked" in the chest. Ban-o said it was...Keep on reading: Man arrested for beating partner’s two-year-old son to death in Batangas.....»»

Category: newsSource: inquirer inquirerMay 25th, 2018

Teen couple yields P4M worth of shabu in Cavite

SAN PEDRO CITY - Police recovered suspected shabu (crystal meth) worth about P4 million from a young couple and their father in a buy-bust operation in Dasmarias City, Cavite on Monday afternoon. In Calatagan, Batangas, police killed a member of a robbery and drug group in a shootout. The target of the Cavite police operation were suspects Anisah Bongcarao, 19, and her 17-year-old male partner. Also arrested were a 15-year-old male and Anisah's father, Paks Bongcarao, 63. The suspects were natives of Marawi City. The operation at the suspects' home in Barangay Datu Esmael, took place days after authorities announced that a ton of shabu might have slipped into the local drugs ...Keep on reading: Teen couple yields P4M worth of shabu in Cavite.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsAug 14th, 2018

AWOL cop, pal held for gun, drugs

CAMP Malvar, Batangas -- An inactive 35-year-old policeman and his jobless partner were arrested by authorities in Bgy. Libjo, Batangas City, provincial PIO chief Insp. Hazel P. Luma-ang Suarez said the other day. Acting Batangas police director Senior Supt. Alden Bacarra Delvo identified the suspects as Kristofferson Driz Reyes, alias….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsMar 14th, 2018

DOH records 40 deaths in Calabarzon measles outbreak

BATANGAS, Philippines – Forty people have died of measles in Calabarzon since the start of the year, according to the regional office of the Department of Health (DOH). From January 1 to February 14,  the Regional Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit recorded 1,645 measles cases with 40 death,  compared to 66 ........»»

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Soldier charged with murder after wife’s body found in trash

    INDIANAPOLIS --- Authorities said a 21-year-old soldier who flew from Colorado to Indiana and allegedly killed his wife, then fled to Thailand, is now wanted for military desertion.   Prosecutors in Indiana filed murder charges Wednesday against Peter Van Bawi Lian for the death of Khuang Par, whose body was found in an Indianapolis trash bin on December 23.   Indianapolis police said Lian is on active duty with the U.S. Army. Police said he flew on December 22 from Fort Carson in Colorado Springs, Colorado, to Indianapolis, where Par had moved to be with family after Lian was arrested in November on charges of assaulting her.   Fl...Keep on reading: Soldier charged with murder after wife’s body found in trash.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 3rd, 2019

Lou s 36 send Clips past Lakers 118-107 in 1st clash of year

By Greg Beacham, Associated Press LOS ANGELES (AP) — Lou Williams scored a season-high 36 points, and the Los Angeles Clippers scored 22 consecutive points during the second half of a 118-107 victory over the depleted Los Angeles Lakers on Friday night (Saturday, PHL time). Danilo Gallinari added 19 points and 10 rebounds for the Clippers, who held the Lakers without a field goal for more than six minutes late in the first meeting of the season between the Staples Center co-tenants and Los Angeles rivals. The Clippers have won 22 of their last 25 meetings with the Lakers, yet still trail the 16-time NBA champions 146-70 in the overall series. Kyle Kuzma scored 24 points and Lonzo Ball had 19 for the Lakers, who played without LeBron James, Rajon Rondo and JaVale McGee. The remaining Lakers lost for the fifth time in seven games, including back-to-back defeats for only the third time since October. James watched from the bench in street clothes after causing a pregame stir on social media when he entered the Lakers' locker room holding a glass of wine. The noted oenophile and four-time NBA MVP is day-to-day with his strained groin, but James isn't expected to miss as much time as Rondo, who is out for at least a month after surgery on his right index finger. Both teams representing this basketball-loving city missed the playoffs last season, but both are off to winning starts this year. The Lakers have been revitalized around James, while the Clippers have formed a surprisingly strong core after shedding longtime mainstays Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan and Chris Paul over the previous year. The Clippers turned a seven-point deficit into a 15-point lead early in the fourth quarter of their fourth win in five games. Williams torched his former team yet again, scoring 23 points in the second half. He hit three three-pointers, including a decisive shot with 2:23 to play, and had seven rebounds while making all 11 of his free throws. Josh Hart scored 12 points for the Lakers before getting ejected with 4:41 left after he was infuriated that Tobias Harris wasn't called for pushing off. Lakers coach Luke Walton also got a technical foul in the exchange. One night after losing at Sacramento on a buzzer-beating triple, the Lakers again couldn't win without three veteran regulars. Ball had another fascinating game as the Lakers' starting point guard, juxtaposing his exceptional defense and sublime passing with basic mistakes and an erratic shot. Ingram and Ball both picked up four fouls during the third quarter, but neither team made a big move until the Clippers scored the final nine points of the quarter and continued their one-sided run well into the fourth. TIP-INS Clippers: Williams hit a three-pointer from just past halfcourt at the halftime buzzer. ... They have won four straight "road" games against the Lakers, but lost their last "home" game in the series. Lakers: German rookie Isaac Bonga was recalled to fill a roster spot amid the injury absences. ... The Lakers showed why they're the NBA's worst team at the line by missing more free throws in the first quarter (seven) than the Pistons, Pacers, Bulls, Wizards, Raptors, Magic, Hornets, Nets, Heat, Cavaliers and Pelicans missed in their entire games Friday. ... Michael Beasley is still away from the team after his mother's death. UP NEXT Clippers: Host San Antonio on Saturday (Sunday, PHL time). Lakers: Host Sacramento on Sunday (Monday, PHL time)......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 29th, 2018

Man stabs sister to death with fork

A 63-YEAR-OLD man was arrested after he allegedly stabbed his 80-year-old sister to death in Balasan, Iloilo. The weapon: a fork. Nestor Derraco initially claimed that her elder sister, Aida, committed suicide. He reported the incident to police authorities 8:45 a.m. on Nov. 30, 2018. But police learned that it was impossible for Aida to […] The post Man stabs sister to death with fork appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsDec 3rd, 2018

Man shot to death in front of live-in partner

DIGOS CITY - A 29-year old man died instantly after he was shot by a still unidentified gunman around 9:30 p.m., Friday at Jacinto Bataan in Barangay Zone 3 here. Supt. Deozar Almasa, Digos city police chief, said Edu Eli Amacio, jobless and resident of First Crumb St. in Barangay Zone 1 here, was riding an orange Mio motorcycle when the lone gunman shot his head in front of his live-in partner Iza, who was unharmed. Police has yet to determine the motive of the killing. ORLANDO B. DINOY    ...Keep on reading: Man shot to death in front of live-in partner.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 24th, 2018

Driver in collision arrested for death of minor, injury of 2 others

A 50-year-old tractor driver was arrested on Friday evening for being involved in vehicular collision that killed a 15-year-old boy and injuring two other people. Police identified the suspect as Iracleo Romero, a driver of a tractor with a trailer. According to police, Romero was maneuvering his tractor backwards at the corner 2nd Street and Bonifacio Drive at the Port Area in Manila when he bumped the front of a tricycle being driven by Salvador Egana, 37. The tricycle had two passengers --- Patricio Magno, 15, and a 17-year-old female. The impact of the collision caused injuries to the victims. Magno was first taken to Gat Andres Hospital by a concerned citizen, while t...Keep on reading: Driver in collision arrested for death of minor, injury of 2 others.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 24th, 2018

9-year-old beaten to death for not doing homework - prosecutors Inquirer

MULHOUSE, France -- Four relatives of a nine-year-old boy who was apparently beaten to death in eastern France were arrested Wednesday over suspicions he was killed for refusing do his homework, prose.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsNov 23rd, 2018

Zverev beats Djokovic in 2 sets to win ATP Finals title

By Sam Johnston, Associated Press LONDON (AP) — Despite beating Novak Djokovic in straight sets to win the ATP Finals at only 21, Alexander Zverev knows keeping pace with the Serb isn't going to be easy. Zverev claimed the biggest title of his career with a 6-4, 6-3 upset on Sunday, becoming the youngest champion of the season-ending event since Djokovic claimed the first of his five titles a decade ago — also at age 21. "Oh my God," said Zverev, who also became the first German winner since 1995. "I've won one (year-end title). He's won five. He's won, I don't know what, 148 titles more than me. Let's not go there for now. I hope I can do great ... but just chill out a little bit." Top-ranked Djokovic was attempting to tie Roger Federer's record of six titles but followed the same path as the Swiss great, who lost to Zverev in the semifinals at the O2 Arena. Djokovic's serve hadn't been broken all tournament until the final. Zverev did it once in the first set and three times in the second, completing the victory with a spectacular backhand winner up the line. "There's a lot of similarities in terms of trajectory ... in our careers," said Djokovic, who ended a two-year Grand Slam title drought by winning Wimbledon this year, before going on to claim his 14th major trophy at the U.S. Open. "Hopefully he (Zverev) can surpass me." Both players began the match in the same form that had seen them earn straight-sets semifinal victories a day earlier, with few points going against the server. It was Djokovic, who had lost just two of his previous 37 matches and defeated Zverev in the round robin, who began to feel the pressure as consecutive forehand errors gave up his first break of the tournament for 5-4. Fans gave Zverev a huge ovation as he stepped up to serve for the set, and it appeared to inspire him. Three straight aces brought up three set points, the second of which he took when Djokovic sent another forehand long. "I was making way too many unforced errors," Djokovic said. "From 4-4 in the first set, my game really fell apart." Zverev even began to win the longer rallies, an area of the game that Djokovic usually dominates. A 26-shot duel brought up another break point in the opening game of the second set and, although Djokovic saved it, Zverev won another lengthy exchange moments later with a forehand winner to go 1-0 up. With the biggest win of his career in sight, Zverev began to show some nerves. Although he is the only active male player outside of the Big Four of Djokovic, Federer, Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray to possess three or more Masters titles, the young German has only reached one Grand Slam quarterfinal. Two double faults and two backhand errors gifted Djokovic an immediate break back, but Zverev quickly refocused to win a 28-shot rally on his way to breaking in the following game. "I lost my serve once against him today," Zverev said. "I think this is a pretty good stat, especially as he's the best returner we have in the game." From there he remained solid on serve, before ending with a flourish. A backhand winner on the run drifted past the helpless Djokovic and Zverev sunk to the ground in tears. "This trophy means a lot, everything," Zverev said. "You only have so many chances of winning it. You play against the best players only." Djokovic sportingly crossed the net to embrace the player who will now be considered among the favorites in Australia in two months' time to end the Serb's run of two consecutive Grand Slam victories. "I've had most success in my career in Australia," said Djokovic, who has won six times in Melbourne. "Hopefully I can keep that going." Earlier, American pair Mike Bryan and Jack Sock saved a match point in the deciding tiebreaker to beat Pierre-Hughes Herbert and Nicolas Mahut 5-7, 6-1, 13-11 for their first ATP Finals doubles title together. Having failed to take advantage of five championship points during the first-to-10 match tiebreaker, Bryan and Sock then had to save one against their French opponents before finally closing out victory. "It was a hell of a match," Bryan said. The 40-year-old Bryan has now won the tournament five times. He won four times with his usual partner — and brother — Bob, who has been out with an injured hip since May. Sock and Bryan have dominated since teaming up, winning Wimbledon and the U.S. Open before finishing their season in style in London. "It's been a hell of a ride," Bryan said. "This could be our last hoorah because Bob's training back in Florida.".....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 19th, 2018

Drug-crazed man stabs 6-yr-old nephew dead

BACOLOD CITY: A man, who admitted to have taken illegal drugs, stabbed to death his six-year-old nephew at their residence in Purok Sigay, Barangay Singcang-Airport here close to midnight on Friday. Police identified the suspect as Arnel Antonio, a pedicab driver, who was arrested in the adjacent neighborhood on Saturday. A report from Police Station… link: Drug-crazed man stabs 6-yr-old nephew dead.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsNov 5th, 2018

Pinay stabbed to death in Japan by ex-partner

A 48-year-old Filipina was fatally stabbed in Japan on Thursday, according to the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA)......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsNov 4th, 2018

Pinay stabbed to death in Japan by ex-partner

A 48-year-old Filipina was fatally stabbed in Japan on Thursday, according to the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA). Source link link: Pinay stabbed to death in Japan by ex-partner.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsNov 3rd, 2018

Taxi driver arrested for raping live-in partner s daughter

MANILA, Philippines – Police arrested Tuesday, October 31, a taxi driver from San Juan City accused of raping the 10-year-old daughter of his live-in partner. The suspect Michele "Michael" Obsequias was captured in his residence and was immediately detained at the San Juan Police police headquarters, said Senior Superintendent Dindo ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsOct 31st, 2018

4 dead in multiple vehicle collision in Batangas

FOUR people, including a four-year-old girl, died in a vehicular accident in Batangas early Monday, police said. A tragic vehicular accident involving four vehicles resulted in the death of four...READ MORE The post 4 dead in multiple vehicle collision in Batangas appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsOct 29th, 2018

Man faces raps for verbal, emotional abuse of former live-in partner

A man was arrested for alleged emotional and verbal abuse of his former live-in partner, the San Juan City Police Station said on Friday. Police identified the suspect as Aaron Louise Arana, 24, a resident of Valenzuela Street in Barangay Batis in San Juan. The arrest order on Arana issued by the Mandaluyong City Regional Trial Court ordered for violating the Anti-Violence Against Women and their Children Act, or Republic Act No. 9262. According to court records, Arana used to live with his 22-year-old girlfriend in Mandaluyong. The woman accused Arana of abusing her, prompting her to end the relationship last June. Before the break-up, Arana allegedly shared nude photos of h...Keep on reading: Man faces raps for verbal, emotional abuse of former live-in partner.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 20th, 2018

Chinese man arrested for beating Filipina partner in Pasay City

A Chinese man was arrested on Wednesday for allegedly beating up his Filipina partner in their condominium unit in Pasay City......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsOct 12th, 2018

Melee at breaks out after Nurmagomedov chokes out McGregor

By GREG BEACHAM, AP Sports Writer LAS VEGAS (AP) — Conor McGregor tapped out in the fourth round of his comeback fight at UFC 229 against Khabib Nurmagomedov, who then climbed over the cage and set off a brawl by scuffling with another fighter in McGregor's corner on Saturday night. The wild scene occurred after McGregor (21-4) got caught in a choke by Nurmagomedov (27-0), who defended his lightweight belt with an impressive victory over the superstar who infamously attacked a bus carrying Nurmagomedov in Brooklyn last April. But the Russian champion from Dagestan then exacerbated several months of hostilities between the fighters' camps. Nurmagomedov stepped away from the prone McGregor and immediately pointed at the Irishman's corner, shouting and throwing his mouthpiece. The men in McGregor's corner appeared to respond with taunts, and Nurmagomedov climbed over the fence and fought with Dillon Danis, a Bellator welterweight who trains with McGregor. Meanwhile, two men apparently from Nurmagomedov's entourage entered the cage and sucker-punched McGregor, who defended himself before security personnel separated everyone. Nurmagomedov and McGregor both left the ring before the championship belt could be put around Nurmagomedov's waist, and fans in the pro-Conor crowd threw beers and debris at Nurmagomedov on his way out. UFC President Dana White said he feared a melee in an arena if he awarded the belt to Nurmagomedov. Both fighters' purses will be withheld pending an investigation by the Nevada Athletic Commission, White said. He also claimed three members of Nurmagomedov's entourage "are on their way to jail right now." "I don't even know what to say right now," White said. "I'm just disgusted and sick over it. ... We had so much security and (police) here. I didn't see that one coming." UFC heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier is a teammate of Nurmagomedov at their gym in San Jose, California. He attempted to calm Nurmagomedov after the bout. "Two wrongs don't make it right," Cormier tweeted after the brawl. "Conor didn't deserve that. No one did. But some things aren't for fight promotion. Religion, family, country. Throwing stuff in Brooklyn. For Khabib it wasn't fight promotion, it was really personal. Diff culture man." Nurmagomedov and McGregor made no secret of their mutual loathing in the past few months, and the UFC used footage of McGregor's attack on the bus to promote UFC 229, which could be the best-selling pay-per-view card in UFC history. McGregor lobbed several creative insults at Nurmagomedov during the promotion of this matchup, including labeling Nurmagomedov's manager, Ali Abdelaziz, as a "snitch terrorist rat." The main event has been eagerly anticipated across the sport ever since McGregor threw a hand truck at a bus containing Nurmagomedov before a UFC show in Brooklyn last spring. McGregor was furious about a confrontation between Nurmagomedov and a member of McGregor's team earlier in the week. McGregor was arrested after seriously hurting two other fighters with broken glass from the attack, but Nurmagomedov shrugged it off and won the lightweight title by beating Al Iaquinta. When McGregor agreed to return to the UFC, he eagerly accepted Nurmagomedov as his opponent. Before the post-fight madness, Nurmagomedov firmly asserted his grappling dominance over McGregor's striking skill in the Irish superstar's first MMA bout in 23 months. McGregor hadn't been in a fight since losing his boxing match with Floyd Mayweather last year, and Nurmagomedov proved an insurmountably tough opponent for his comeback. McGregor's dislike for Nurmagomedov likely fueled his decision to take a fight that created a difficult stylistic matchup for him. McGregor's strength is his striking, while Nurmagomedov is one of the most dominant grapplers in UFC history. Four security guards separated the fighters while they didn't touch gloves before the bout, and Nurmagomedov went for a takedown in the opening minute while dominating the opening round. Nurmagomedov staggered McGregor with a right hand early in the second round, but McGregor got up and landed a flying knee. Nurmagomedov made another takedown and steadily improved his position throughout a dominant round, eventually standing and raining down blows on the prone McGregor. Nurmagomedov decided to stand and strike with McGregor in the third round, apparently unafraid of McGregor's famed power. McGregor landed several significant shots, but Nurmagomedov took them and eventually reasserted control against the cage. McGregor did decent work in the fourth round before Nurmagomedov got control, climbed on McGregor's back and finally submitted the former two-division champion. All three judges' scorecards favored Nurmagomedov 29-27, with the champion winning the second round 10-8 on all three cards. McGregor won the third round on every card. ___ Follow Greg Beacham on Twitter: www.twitter.com/gregbeacham.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 7th, 2018

UAAP Season 81: Morente cherishes first and last Finals

The journey may be an uphill climb but De La Salle University’s Michelle Morente will definitely cherish the experience of vying for the crown in the UAAP Season 81 women’s beach volleyball tournament. It doesn’t matter if she and partner Tin Tiamzon will take on an unbeaten and three-peat favorite University of Sto. Tomas. What matters for Morente is the fact that she’ll be able to step in the biggest stage of the competition in her first and last stint at the sands as a Lady Spiker. “It will be my first and last. Super excited kasi hindi namin ini-expect na makapasok na kami sa Finals and first time ko pumasok sa finals ng beach volley,” said Morente on Saturday after the Taft-based squad hurdled University of the Philippines’ Justine Dorog and Isa Molde, 21-16, 24-26, 15-9, in the last phase of the stepladder semifinals at the Sands SM by the Bay.    The Lady Spikers clinched a spot in the best-of-three championship on Sunday against the Tigresses pair of three-time Most Valuable Player Sisi Rondina and Blove Barbon. Morente last played in UAAP beach volleyball back in Season 79 for Ateneo de Manila University before transferring to DLSU last year. Morente played alongside Kim Gequillana then while Tiamzon's partner that season was Kim Fajardo. “It’s something new talaga na hopefully, Lord please, ibigay sa amin ni Lord ito,” said Morente, who is also hoping to make the cut in the Lady Spikers indoor volleyball team. Morente and Tiamzon dropped their elims meeting with Rondina and Barbon, 14-21, 14-21. Winning the title which DLSU last held in Season 78 delivered by Fajardo and Cyd Demecillo seemed to be a tall order but Morente hopes that luck will be on their side to duplicate that feat. Fajardo and Demecillo three seasons ago won the crown by beating the Bernadeth Pons and Kyla Atienza Far Eastern University pair, which then also advanced in the Finals outright by going undefeated in the elims.   “Siguro i-try namin i-keep ‘yung composure naming. Nothing to lose naman kasi talagang winork hard namin ito. Ipu-push pa rin namin yung sarili namin we’ll give them a good fight,” said Morente......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 6th, 2018

ONE Championship: Danny Kingad motivated by friend Joshua Pacio s title win

In August of 2017, Team Lakay strawweight star Joshua Pacio hit a bump on his road back to title challenger status.  Pacio was fresh off a fantastic unanimous decision win over former champion Dejdamrong Sor Amnuaysirichoke, and looked to continue his momentum by taking out then-newcomer Hayato Suzuki in Macau.  The larger Suzuki instead overpowered Pacio en route to a submission win in the first round.  It was a tough pill to swallow for Pacio, who suddenly saw his hopes of fighting for a world championship once more get derailed.  Consoling him every step of the way was his Team Lakay brother and training partner Danny Kingad, who wasn't booked to fight on the card, but was there to help his buddy out.  It was a testament of just how close these two young guns from Baguio were.  Fast-forward over a year later, Pacio had finally earned another shot at the ONE Strawweight World Championship, and he was able to capture it by beating Yoshitaka Naito in the main event of ONE Championship: Conquest of Heroes in Jakarta, Indonesia.  Just as he was there in the tough times, Kingad was also there in what is the pinnacle of Pacio's career so far. Kingad was also victorious earlier that night, defeating Japanese newcomer Yuya Wakamatsu via unanimous decision.  But as happy as he was with his own victory, it seemed like he was even happier for his training partner's title win.  "Yun yung hinihintay ko," Kingad said with a smile. "Kasi bago kami nung nag-debut, yung gusto naming dalawa yung kami lang dalawa, kaya ayun, natupad din, talagang binigay ni God yung panalo." Considered by many as the futures of Philippine MMA, Pacio and Kingad, both 22 years old, made their ONE Championship debuts back on the same card in 2016. Since then, the two have put their respective divisions on notice.  Kingad has also challenged for a world championship once before, but then-champion Adriano Moraes made quick work of the young Team Lakay star.  Now, with his training partner ruling over the strawweight division, Kingad says he's more motivated than ever to get back to title contender status.  "Very happy ako kay Joshua, kasi yung pagka-bata niya pa, nakuha na niya yung belt." Kingad shared. "Parang na-motivate ko na mag-training ng mag-training."  Kingad is currently riding a three-fight winning streak of his own, and says he's targeting a matchup against former flyweight title holder Kairat Akhmetov, who was also victorious in Jakarta against China's Ma Hao Bin.  A win over Akhmetov certainly puts him back into contender status.  Ruling over the flyweight division, however, is another one of Kingad's teammates in Geje Eustaquio.  Kingad has already made it clear that out of respect, he won't be fighting his senior. "Syempre, di ako papayag na kalabanin ko siya. Senior ko siya eh," Kingad said. "Bago pa man ako pumasok sa ONE, andun na siya na tinuturuan ako. Parang malaking respeto ko na lang sa kanya 'yun, kasi pag wala siya, di ako makaka-aral ng techniques sa kanya." .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 24th, 2018