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Manny Paqiuao vs. Oscar Dela Hoya?

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Immediately after new pound-for-pound king Manny Pacquiao finished wiping the floor with David Diaz to win a lightweight title June 28, Top Rank promoter Bob Arum began making plans for Pacquiao's next fight.

Publicly, Arum said Pacquiao would return Nov. 8 in Las Vegas to fight junior lightweight titlist Edwin Valero, who would move up in weight. But Valero, medically suspended in the United States for an old non-boxing related head injury until being licensed in Texas a few months ago, might still have problems securing a license in Nevada. So Arum had a backup plan: Humberto Soto, another top junior lightweight who would move up for the shot.

Unknown to Freddie Roach, Pacquiao's trainer and an integral part of the team that selects his opponents, Arum has been plotting something bigger behind the scenes -- for Pacquiao to move up to 147 pounds for a mega-money fight against Oscar De La Hoya on Dec. 6 in what the Golden Boy says will be his final fight. Read full story...

by: Dan Rafael,

Paeng Nepomuceno Earns Third Guinness Record

MANILA, Philippines—Paeng Nepomuceno made it to the Guinness World Records for the third time after clinching his 118th career championship late last year, making him the holder of the most number of tenpin bowling titles.

The six-time world champion topped Melbourne’s South Pacific Classic on Sept. 18, 2007, beating World Tenpin Masters champion Jason Belmonte for his 118th crown.

“This is a great honor and I’d like to share it with all my countrymen,” said Nepomuceno. “Whenever I compete, my countrymen always give me great support which inspires me to always do my best.”

The win in Melbourne also earned the 51-year-old southpaw the title Order of Lakandula with the special class of Champion for Life from President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.

It was Nepomuceno’s third presidential award after the Presidential Medal of Merit conferred by the late President Ferdinand Marcos in 1984 and the Philippine Legion of Honor given by former President Joseph Estrada in 1999. The Senate and Congress have also recognized him as the greatest Philippine athlete of all time.

Nepomuceno’s name first appeared in the Guinness book as winner of four World Cup titles in three different decades—in Tehran on Nov. 19, 1976; in Jakarta on Nov. 1, 1980; in Le Mans, France, on Nov. 8, 1992; and in Belfast, Northern Ireland on Nov. 23, 1996.

He was honored the second time as the youngest bowler, at 19 years old, to win the World Cup.

Nepomuceno has won in the Americas, Europe, Asia, Middle East and Africa. Romina S. Austria

Source: Inquirer

Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park

The Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park is located about 50 km north of the city of Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines. It features a limestone karst mountain landscape with an 8.2 km. navigable underground river. A distinguishing feature of the river is that it winds through a cave before flowing directly into the South China Sea. It includes major formations of stalactites and stalagmites, and several large chambers. The lower portion of the river is subject to tidal influences. The underground river is reputed to be the world's longest. At the mouth of the cave, a clear lagoon is framed by ancient trees growing right to the water's edge. Monkeys, large monitor lizards, and squirrels find their niche on the beach near the cave.

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Tubbataha Reefs: New 7 Wonders of Nature

Tubbataha is a reef ecosystem made up of two atolls located in the middle of the Sulu Sea. It is a sanctuary for marine life. The reefs lie on the Cagayan Ridge, a line of extinct underwater volcanoes which starts from the north at the Sultana Shoal and it ends in the south at the San Miguel Islands. It is located 92 nautical miles southeast of Puerto Princesa City, Palawan and 80 nautical miles southwest of Cagayancillo, the municipality that exercises political jurisdiction over it. It was proclaimed as a National Marine Park on August 11, 1988 and inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage in 1993, in recognition of its outstanding universal value in terms of marine life species diversity and richness.

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Cebu "Queen City of the South"

Often called the "Queen City of the South" and the seat of Christianity in the Philippines, Cebu is the Country's oldest city.Exploring Cebu City, on encounters a rich historical past which the Cebuanos are extremely proud of. It is a legacy, which endured thru thecenturies from the time of the great explorer Ferdinand Magellan, first planted the cross on Cebu's shore.

Today, Cebu City has become the country's favorite tourist destination with its historical sights, white sand beaches, excellent scubadiving spots, exotic dining, exciting nightlife and warm hospitality. It is the center of trade, arts, education and business in the southernpart of the Philippines.


Boracay: The World’s Most Popular Beach of 2007

Yahoo! Travel just announced The World’s Most Popular Beaches of 2007, Topping the list is our very own Boracay Island in Aklan and on the number three (3) spot is Cebu also in the island of Visayas. Heres the complete list of Yahoo! Travel Most Popular Beaches of 2007:

1. Boracay Island, Philippines
2. Nassau, The Bahamas
3. Cebu, Philippines ( check it out on )
4. Phan Thiet, Vietnam
5. Montego Bay, Jamaica
6. Phuket, Thailand
7. Cozumel, Mexico
8. San Diego, California
9. Honolulu, Hawaii
10. San Juan, Puerto Rico

The world-famous island of Boracay is located in Aklan province 345 kms. South of Manila. The island is accessible by air from Manila or Cebu through two principal gateways: Caticlan airport or Kalibo airport.

Boracay has also been voted as one of the best beaches in the world by the BMW Tropical Beach Handbook. The British Publication TV Quick in its issue of December 21, 1996 gave the latest accolade for Boracay as the number one tropical beach in the world.


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