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Sea turtles in Born to be Wild

In today’s episode of Born to be Wild, viewers are given a closer look at the plight of sea turtles in the country. Doc Nielsen Donato and his team explore the island of Luban in Mati, Davao Oriental. They are surprised to see an endemic ibid or Philippine sailfin lizard basking in the sun.  .....»»

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Sea turtles in Born to be Wild

In today’s episode of Born to be Wild, viewers are given a closer look at the plight of sea turtles in the country. Doc Nielsen Donato and his team explore the island of Luban in Mati, Davao Oriental. They are surprised to see an endemic ibid or Philippine sailfin lizard basking in the sun.  .....»»

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Sea turtles in Born to be Wild

In today’s episode of Born to be Wild, viewers are given a closer look at the plight of sea turtles in the country. Doc Nielsen Donato and his team explore the island of Luban in Mati, Davao Oriental. They are surprised to see an endemic ibid or Philippine sailfin lizard basking in the sun.  .....»»

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Korean wave

    JUST A THOUGHT: “Ev­erything we do affects other people.” – Luke Ford * CRASH LANDING: With plenty of downtime at home, a lot of people have suddenly joined the Koreanovela bandwagon. My own home is witness to this pop- cultural in­vasion. Titles like “Crash Landing on You (CLOY),” “Encounter,” “Doctor Romantic,” have become […].....»»

Source: Tempo TempoCategory: News19 hr. 24 min. ago Related News

Ed Caluag faces his bashers in & lsquo;Ilaban Natin & lsquo;Yan& rsquo;

Paranormal investigator Ed Caluag faces his bashers in tomorrow’s episode of Ilaban Natin ‘Yan. Ed became a household name after his various guesting stints in Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho (KMJS) as a resource person on paranormal activities. Some of these segments include "Bato-Bato Sa Langit," "Manila City Hall" (Gabi Ng Lagim VI), and "Palaka.".....»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: MoviesMar 27th, 2020Related News

Rappler Talk: Data and facts – what the PH can do to deal with coronavirus

Bookmark to watch this episode Friday night, March 27 MANILA, Philippines – Rappler CEO Maria Ressa talks to former health secretary and former dean of the Ateneo School of Medicine and Public Health Manuel Dayrit and Erika Legara, one of the country's top complex systems scientists and the Aboitiz Chair in ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsMar 27th, 2020Related News

Cherry Nunag shares her journey from volleyball player to Kalye Confessions host

Volleyball has taught Cherry Nunag a lot of lessons that she now applies in her new role as host of “Kalye Confessions,” the newest segment of ABS-CBN S+A’s  “The Score”.  As an athlete, volleyball has taught her how to manage her time and the importance of building a relationship with the people around her. Now that she has turned to hosting, Cherry knows these two things will be key to her success. “Iba ‘yung turo sa akin ng volleyball. ‘Yung makipagkapwa-tao, kung paano mo pagkakasiyahin ‘yung oras mo, ‘yung tiwala sa mga taong nakapaligid sa ‘yo (Volleyball taught me about relating to other people and how to manage my time, who to trust around me),” she shared.  Like a player who is pumped up for the season opener and ready to hit the hardcourt, but all of a sudden feels a cold sweat right when they step on the floor, the Petro Gazz Angels’ middle hitter had first game jitters as a host. “Noong nagstart na ‘yung shooting, kinakabahan na ako tapos tinatanong ko na ‘yung sarili ko na ‘kaya ko na ba talaga (When we started shooting, I got nervous. I asked myself, can I really do this?)” As soon as she was able to relax and get into the conversation, Cherry realized that she just had to be herself. It was as if she made her first spike in the game and then there was no stopping her. “Noong lumabas yung pilot episode and dami na nagme-message sa akin. Saka ko lang na-realize na kaya ko pala, tama pala ‘yung mga pinaggagawa ko (When the pilot episode came out, a lot of people were messaging me. Only then did I realize that I am cut for this. That I am doing it right),” she added. She said what makes “Kalye Confessions” special is that guests are comfortable enough to be themselves because they are talking to a fellow athlete. “Iba kasi makipag-usap kapag player to player. Iba kapag komportable ka sa kausap mo and naiintindihan ka nung kausap mo (It’s different when you are talking to a fellow player, to someone you are comfortable with and who understands you),” she said.  Cherry is also able to display proper time management in accepting this gig while her PetroGazz team is preparing for this year’s Premier Volleyball League (PVL). Not wasting time, Cherry grabbed the opportunity to make to explore new things and other passions. After all, her friends have always encouraged her to pursue this path ever since, as she is known to effortlessly make people laugh. “Maraming nagsasabi sa akin before na bakit ‘di daw ako gumawa ng vlog kasi for sure papatok ‘yun kasi nakakatawa daw ako (People have been telling me to start a vlog because they know it’s going to be hit because of my humor),” she shared.  In terms of her idol in hosting, Cherry named someone very famous for being outrageously funny. “Syempre Vice Ganda! Sobrang funny niya kasi then ang bilis niya din mag-isip ng ijo-joke niya (Vice Ganda, of course. Vice is so funny and quick to come up with jokes),” she shared. Cherry follows in the footsteps of fellow athletes like Alyssa Valdez, Michele Gumabao, Gretchen Ho, and Beau Belga who all began their careers on the court but were eventually welcomed by ABS-CBN Sports as hosts or analysts. With the help of the sports arm of the country’s leading media and entertainment company, they are able to step out of their comfort zone and find success outside of their sport. With Luzon under an enhanced community quarantine, Cherry is unable to take another celebrity athlete out for a drive. However, with the help of technology, fans of the segment can look forward to another episode of “Kalye Confessions” as it launches its “Stay-at-Home” edition with the same “chickahan and kulitan” via video chat soon. For the meantime, watch “Kalye Confessions” on ABS-CBN Sports’ platforms on TV on ABS-CBN S+A and on digital on the ABS-CBN Sports Facebook page and YouTube channel. Follow @ABSCBNSports on Twitter and Facebook or visitsports.abs-cbn.com. For updates, follow @ABSCBNPR on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram or visit www.abscbnpr.com......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMar 27th, 2020Related News

Michele Gumabao shares her source of strength

Michele Gumabao exudes confidence, strength and power. An accomplished volleyball player both in the collegiate and commercial leagues, a beauty queen and a TV personality, Gumabao is an example of an empowered woman.   But just like all of us, she had to go through challenges, adversities and the temptation of just giving up especially during the time when she entered the world of beauty pageant two years ago. The multi-titled winger recalled her struggles playing for De La Salle University during her collegiate career and how she almost called it quits just days into her participation in the 2018 Binibining Pilipinas in a Lunchtime Chats with James podcast interview. It was a whole new environment for Gumabao, whose career up until that time revolved around volleyball and the occasional dab into showbiz.   “Everything that I’ve been through – volleyball, beauty pageants – it may all seem impossible, it seemed impossible for me when I first started because it was something unnatural for me,” Gumabao told host Favor Church Senior Pastor James Aiton. “So how I know how everything was just orchestrated for me and I know that. Because that no matter how hard I tried when I was in college, I wanted to quit so many times.” “And even when I joined Binibining Pilipinas, I know a lot of people don’t know this, but the first two days, I was already out to quit,” continued the 27-year old Gumabao. That’s when she turned to her unbreakable faith in God. “It was really God, I know that it was Him because if it was me, I would have never pushed through any of those things,” she said. Out of the 40 women who joined the pageant, Gumabao won one of the six crowns at stake taking the Binibining Pilipnas Globe title. Gumabao represented the country in the 2018 Miss Globe in Albania and landed at the Top 15 while bagging the Miss Social Media and Dream Girl recognitions.    Bigger purpose Gumabao, daughter of former PBA player and actor Dennis Roldan, made a name for herself in women’s volleyball when she joined the DLSU Lady Spikers with whom she won straight three titles. Her success continued in the commercial league in the Philippine Superliga, the defunct Shakey’s V-League and the Premier Volleyball League as well as landing a spot in the national team.   But Gumabao, who is now playing for three-time PVL champion Creamline, knew she’s bound for something bigger. “At first my whole life was just revolving around sports. From being a volleyball player, I became a coach after I graduated. I started my own program for kids. And that's when I realized how everything I've been through from this point is meant for something bigger, and there has to be a purpose for it,” she said. “And that's when I saw the reward or that feeling that you get when you share your passion especially to the younger generation. That’s what I wanted to do, and that’s how I first started,” Gumabao added. “And through the years, after I’ve met a lot of our beauty queens in show business, I’ve met almost all of them, and I’ve seen how much impact they have in society, how much people look up to them and how their voice is always heard. People just have so much respect for beauty queens.” That’s was when she realized that being a beauty queen could be the avenue to share her advocacy and to inspire more people.  “It opened my eyes to so many things that I could do more. That being in sports is not just an area that I can be stuck in or I can just move into, so when I joined Binibining Pilipinas, it just opened my eyes to so much more opportunities to share what I’ve been through, to show who I am, and to also share God to a lot more people,” said Gumabao.   Second chance Even after her Miss Globe stint, Gumabao still dreamed of representing the country in the Miss Universe. Just when she thought her chance of vying for the coveted title was done, an opportunity came knocking last year after Binibining Pilipinas parted ways with the Miss Universe franchise, which formed its own pageant. “As of 2019, I told myself that I wouldn’t join any other pageant again because I can’t join Binibining Pilipinas again even when I wanted to vie for the title of Miss Universe because I won already in Miss Globe,” Gumabao said. “So last year a lot of people were asking me to join other beauty pageants, I was very hesitant.” “I remember I was in the States around this time last year, and I was just talking to my sisters and I was praying what God really wanted for me back then,” she recalled. “If Miss Universe has their own pageant, then that’s the only time I’m going to join again. This happened late, late, late last year and when they announced then that’s the confirmation I needed to be able to try one more time.” Gumabao successfully qualified for the inaugural new Miss Universe Philippines early this year.     “I know that there’s so much more things that I have yet to do, I have yet to share about not only my advocacy which is sports, but just to be able to make an impact especially to the youth,” she said. “So that’s really what I’m trying to advocate for now.” The coronation night was supposed to happen in May but unfortunately with the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, all Miss Universe Philippines activities are suspended. “As of now, everything is suspended up until further notice, until we can get back on track,” said Gumabao. “The coronation night was originally on May 3, now, they announced it's in June second week.” Here’s the full podcast interview:.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMar 25th, 2020Related News

‘Droplets Landing On You!’

Habang nananamantala lahat sa “Tala” Whoa! Year Twenty-Twenty lalo ka pang lumala!.....»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsMar 22nd, 2020Related News

Alamin: 10 must watch K-dramas ngayong Luzon-wide quarantine

Manila, Philippines – Marami ngayon ang hindi makalabas ng bahay dahil sa ipinatupad na lockdown sa kani-kanilang mga lugar. Narito ang sampung Korean drama na pwede mong isama sa listahan ngayon quarantine mode at sabayan ng walang katapusang pagkain. -1. Crash Landing on You Habang si Yoon Se-Ri (Son Ye Jin) ay nasa Seoul, South […] The post Alamin: 10 must watch K-dramas ngayong Luzon-wide quarantine appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: LifestyleMar 21st, 2020Related News

2 frontliners killed in Bukidnon road crash

By AARON RECUENCO Two barangay health workers tapped to implement strict measures against the spread of the novel coronavirus disease-2019 were killed while another health worker and a barangay official were seriously injured when a speeding truck rammed a quarantine control point last Friday in Maramag, Bukidnon. Police Col. Roel Lami-ing, Bukidnon police chief, said […].....»»

Source: Tempo TempoCategory: NewsMar 21st, 2020Related News

EDITORIAL - Preventing a crash

Even under normal circumstances, the country’s public health system is already inadequate......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsMar 20th, 2020Related News

No. 1 Amsali flanked by NU twin towers in Final NBTC 24

New faces are all around in the final rankings of the most promising high school prospects in the Philippines with 15 players bringing a breath of fresh air to the National Basketball Training Centre All-Star Game. Leading the way in the Final NBTC 24 is San Beda’s all-around forward Rhayyan Amsali whose consistency keyed the Red Cubs’ return to the mountaintop for the first time in four years. The 6-foot-3 lefty was the consensus top player in the NCAA NBTC 24 in his one-and-done season and now reclaims his place as an All-Star after his transfer to and residency in San Beda. The twin towers of National U, Carl Tamayo and Kevin Quiambao, then go back-to-back at nos. 2 and 3 after strong seasons that saw the former retain Finals MVP and the latter rank first in the UAAP NBTC 24. Just like last year, the top 24 players from the NCAA and the UAAP were first named before the best of the best from both lists, alongside those from Cebu and other leagues, were ranked in the Final NBTC 24. UAAP MVP Jake Figueroa of Adamson and NCAA MVP John Barba of Lyceum, meanwhile, will be making their debuts in the showcase of the top young talent in the country after landing at the fifth and seventh spots, respectively. They will be joined by other first-timers in Ateneo’s Josh Lazaro (8) and Lebron Lopez (12), FEU-Diliman’s Penny Estacio (10) and Cholo Anonuevo (13), San Beda’s Justine Sanchez (14) and Yukien Andrada (17), LSGH’s RC Calimag (19), Letran’s Joshua Ramirez (20), Hope’s Joshua Cajucom (21), Xavier’s Miguel Tan (22), UC’s Isaiah Blanco (23), and SHS-Ateneo’s Mike Boniel (24). Completing the ultimate list are All-Star returnees Mac Guadana of the Jr. Pirates at no. 4, Bismarck Lina of the Tiger Cubs at no. 6, Terrence Fortea and Gerry Abadiano of the Bullpups at nos. 9 and 16, Jonnel Policarpio of the Red Robins at no. 11, Forthsky Padrigao of the Blue Eaglets at no. 15, and Tony Ynot of the Red Cubs at no. 18. Here is the Final NBTC 24 for 2020: After a one-year absence, Rhayyan Amsali has willed his way back into the big dance after ranking first in the Final #NBTC24 for 2020. San Beda's present and future star will lead the 24 most promising prospects in ???????? in the All-Star game penciled in for April. pic.twitter.com/y4gejHZFPM — Normie Riego (@riegogogo) March 20, 2020 Right beside 1? Amsali are National U twin towers Carl Tamayo and Kevin Quiambao (@20kKevin) who ranked 2? and 3? in Final #NBTC24 for 2020. pic.twitter.com/NAwomdvjNq — Normie Riego (@riegogogo) March 20, 2020 FINAL #NBTC24 for 2020 4? @guadana_mclaude, G, Lyceum 5? Jake Figueroa, F, Adamson 6? @bismarcklina, C/F, UST pic.twitter.com/xMs6nbTuFS — Normie Riego (@riegogogo) March 20, 2020 FINAL #NBTC24 for 2020 7? John Barba, F, Lyceum 8? Josh Lazaro, F, Ateneo 9? @TerrenceForteaa, G, NU pic.twitter.com/e8Kyp8b81Y — Normie Riego (@riegogogo) March 20, 2020 FINAL #NBTC24 for 2020 1?0? Penny Estacio (@p_nny11), G, FEU-Diliman 1?1? Jonnel Policarpio (@JonnelPolicarp7), F, Mapua 1?2? Lebron Lopez, F, Ateneo pic.twitter.com/t9cGzCnwy9 — Normie Riego (@riegogogo) March 20, 2020 FINAL #NBTC24 for 2020 1?3? Cholo Anonuevo, F, FEU-Diliman 1?4? Justine Sanchez, F, San Beda 1?5? @padrigaoforth, G, Ateneo 1?6? @gerryabadiano08, G, NU pic.twitter.com/ObBruhjO7h — Normie Riego (@riegogogo) March 20, 2020 FINAL #NBTC24 for 2020 1?7? Yukien Andrada (@yukien2), F, San Beda 1?8? Tony Ynot, G/F, San Beda 1?9? RC Calimag (@calimag_rc), G/F, LSGH 2?0? Joshua Ramirez, G/F, Letran pic.twitter.com/rSwJxp9E5N — Normie Riego (@riegogogo) March 20, 2020 FINAL #NBTC24 for 2020 2?1? Joshua Cajucom, G, Hope 2?2? Miguel Tan, F, Xavier 2?3? Isaiah Blanco, F, UC 2?4? Mike Boniel, G, SHS-Ateneo — Normie Riego (@riegogogo) March 20, 2020 Due to COVID-19, the Chooks-to-Go NBTC League National Finals as well as the annual All-Star Game were postponed and tentatively rescheduled. Originally slated to take place from March 21 to 27 at SM Mall of Asia Arena, the week-long showcase of the top young talent in the country also backed by SMART, Vivo, Darlington, Phoenix Fuels, Epson, Gatorade, Go for Gold, and Molten has been penciled in for April 20 to 26 still at the same venue......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMar 20th, 2020Related News

PSEi suffers worst crash with investors wanting more fiscal stimulus

There is no stopping PSEi's bleeding......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsMar 19th, 2020Related News

Conglomerates step up to avert economic crash

Conglomerates are stepping up to help avert a potential economic crash in light of the new coronavirus disease or COVID-19......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: FinanceMar 18th, 2020Related News

Shoprite jumps 13% as JSE shows signs of life after crash

After the worst crash on Wall Street since 1987, markets moved higher on Tuesday.By lunchtime on Tuesday, the JSE's all-share index was up 1.4% to 41 058 points. It lost 8.3% on Monday, whil.....»»

Source: Philippinetimes PhilippinetimesCategory: NewsMar 18th, 2020Related News

Shoprite jumps 13% as JSE shows signs of life after crash

After the worst crash on Wall Street since 1987, markets moved higher on Tuesday.By lunchtime on Tuesday, the JSE's all-share index was up 1.4% to 41 058 points. It lost 8.3% on Monday, whil.....»»

Source: Manilanews ManilanewsCategory: NewsMar 17th, 2020Related News

Car crash injures Fil-Aussie chesser

​Fil-Australian chess player Arianne Caoili, the wife of world no. 4 Armenian chess grandmaster Levon Aronian, is reportedly in serious condition after a single-vehicle collision in Yerevan......»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: SportsMar 16th, 2020Related News

Athlete vloggers to watch during the Community Quarantine

With sporting events cancelled and people being urged to #StayHome during the government-mandated Community Quarantine for the next month due to the COVID-19 outbreak in the country, sports fans are looking for a way to pass the time and still get a fix from their favorite athletes.  And with those athletes likely also staying at home as well, they're likely going to have a lot of time to do some vlogging, so here are some athlete vlogs that you might want to check out during the Community Quarantine (provided that you've done all your school work and Work From Home assignments)   PAUL LEE  (Paul Dalistan Lee PH) The one and only "Angas ng Tondo" is now on YouTube! The three-time PBA Champion floor general from the Magnolia Hotshots is new to vlogging and while there are only a pair of videos on his page, they're surely must-watch for Paul Lee fans.  In his latest video, Paul Lee asks which YouTubers he should collab with or pass.    CARMELA TUNAY (Anong Tunay) Filipina volleybelle Carmela Tunay, who's also done some on-air work as a host and analyst for ABS-CBN S+A has taken her talents to YouTube, where she hosts a Q&A/Game Show-type of program featuring some of the country's hottest athletes as guests. Tunay has played "Anong Tunay?!" with the likes of Thirdy Ravena, Kim Fajardo, Deanna Wong and Jema Galanza, and the most-watched episode (with over half-a-million views): Ricci Rivero.    TEAM LAKAY (Team Lakay Miles) If you're a fan of the Philippines' premier martial arts stable, then this is a sure-subscribe for you. Team Lakay Miles shows what goes on behind the scenes in training and during fight week, fight night, and training starring some of the country's best fighters. Plus, it also has full-length fights from Team Lakay Championship, featuring some up-and-coming Pinoy talent.    ABY MARAÑO (Abigail Maraño) VLOG MODE, DON'T CARE. Former DLSU Lady Spikers star Aby Maraño has been in the vlog game now for over a year, and she's documented a ton of events, from vacations to overseas training with the Philippine National Team. If you're a fan of Tyang Aby, you're not going to want to miss out on these.    KIM KIANNA DY (Kim Kianna Dy)  From one former Lady Spiker to another! Kim Kianna Dy is also quite the active vlogger. From trips to Bali to Workout Challenges, to Bag Raid, KKD has some quality content on her YouTube channel!    JOE DEVANCE (The Devances) If you've wanted to get an in-depth look at the off-court life of ten-time PBA Champion Joe Devance of the Barangay Ginebra Gin Kings, then this is the channel for you! While there are some videos on the channel from two years back, it looks like Joe and his wife Monica have taken this vlogging thing seriously just about a month ago. Check it out:    DOUG KRAMER (Team Kramer) Probably the most established athlete vlogger would be former UAAP star and recently retired PBA player Doug Kramer (along with wife Cheska Garcia-Kramer and kids). Team Kramer, as they've called themselves, have been producing vlogs for five years now, and have transcended the sporting world, amassing an amazing 601K subscribers, with their most popular video - a house tour - garnering a whopping 4.5-million views. .....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMar 16th, 2020Related News

Haikyuu and other anime to binge now that the sports world has stopped

Metro Manila is under Community Quarantine and confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the country continue to spike, breaking the triple-digit mark. Most major sporting events worldwide are either suspended until further notice or cancelled altogether. People are advised to stay home to help contain the novel coronavirus. Reruns of classic games can only do so much to fulfill all of our sporting fix during these unprecedented times. With that being said, why not try sports anime? Here are some you can binge-watch now that there's no actual sports going on. Binge-watch at home of course, stay safe out there, Kapamilya.   HAIKYUU One week of UAAP Season 82 volleyball was certainly not enough, especially with how long we had to actually wait for it. If you're yearning for some volleyball, how about give Haikyuu a try. With Hinata Shoyo and the rest of his Karasuno High School volleyball team under the spotlight, Haikyuu is arguably the best sports anime ever, it's certainly the best volleyball anime out there. Season 4 is currently ongoing, which means you have three previous seasons you can just binge to catch up. You'll want to hit quick sets after you watch this show, but you shouldn't because we're supposed to stay home and there's more sports anime to watch.   SLAM DUNK Everyone knows Slam Dunk, it's the anime that got most of us into basketball. Younger people, now is the perfect time to catch this classic of a show. People around this writer's age (born in the 1990s), now is the perfect time to rewind. Let Hanamichi "Basketball Genius" Sakuragi, and the rest of the crazy bunch at Shohoku High take our minds off of the fact that sports just actually stopped.   KUROKO NO BASKET Another basketball anime, Kuroko has a pretty interesting premise. Five outstanding players from a powerhouse junior high, known as "The Generation of Miracles," go their separate ways in high school and instantly become rivals. Title character Tetsuya Kuroko played behind the Generation of Miracles and has joined Seirin High with another freshman, Taiga Kagami. Together, they lead Seirin's quest to victory, with the Generation of Miracles standing in their way because of course. Think of Kuroko as Slam Dunk on steroids and get in the zone with this highly-rated anime about the sport near and dear to our hearts.   HAJIME NO IPPO Another classic, Hajime no Ippo follows title character Makunouchi Ippo as he goes on a quest to become a champion boxer. Bullied his entire life, Ippo found boxing as his escape. Ippo's passion, hard work, and determination will be more than enough to inspire you, just don't go around punching poeple after you watch this anime.   FREE! Swimming is good way to combat the scorching summer heat, but under current circumstances, that's not exactly advisable. Instead, consider Free and Haruka Nanase's freestyling ways. Iwatobi High's swim team could help refresh us all as we deal with the quarantine and the summer heat.   EYESHIELD 21 American football is not as popular in the Philippines, as evidenced by the NFL's limited exposure here. Still, it's a pretty compelling sport and Eyeshield 21 is a nice way to get a crash course about it. Our hero here is Sena Kobayakawa, who much like Ippo, is always bullied. Unlike Ippo, he uses his incredible speed to literally run away from his bullies. Sena becomes his high school's running back but is listed as team secretary to prevent rival schools from recruiting him, hence becoming the title character "Eyeshield 21."   PRINCE OF TENNIS Most teams on sports animes are considered underdogs, but not Seishun Gakuen. Seigaku is different in a sense that this team is loaded and an actual contender, they just need that extra oomph to get over and that's where protagonist Ryoma Echizen comes in. The Prince of Tennis definitely has oomph, and then some. Much like Slam Dunk, Prince of Tennis is a classic from yesteryear. Much like Eyeshield 21 is to football, this anime will ease you into tennis but with the anime twist, of course.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8  .....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMar 16th, 2020Related News