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Ancajas risks IBF crown today

Criticized for his lackluster showing the last time, Jerwin Ancajas looks to score a performance worthy of turning detractors intoinstant followers Saturday when he defends the International Boxing Federation super-flyweight crown (IBF) for the sixth time at the Oracle Arena.

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Ancajas itching to pull the trigger

  By NICK GIONGCO   OAKLAND, California – Jerwin Ancajas was on burst mode on a day when fighters are supposed to keep their guns on safety lock as the Filipino gunner prepares to go on a firing spree in the sixth defense of the International Boxing Federation (IBF) super-flyweight crown. Five days before risking […]

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Ancajas targets Thai pug

  By NICK GIONGCO   Jerwin Ancajas has his sights on a much bigger prize although he swears he is not treating his Sept. 28 title defense in Oakland, California, as a mere practice session. Two weeks before risking the International Boxing Federation super-flyweight crown against Alejandro Santiago of Mexico, Ancajas spoke about his desire […]

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Porter beats Garcia, claims WBC belt

Shawn Por­ter says he doesn’t often make predictions. Maybe he should.

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Ancajas nears peak form vs Mexican

  By NICK GIONGCO   Jerwin Ancajas is hell-bent in regaining his knockout ways and his manager-trainer has drawn the blueprint for it to be realized on Sept. 28 at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California. Joven Jimenez insists that Ancajas has been eating and breathing boxing the past several weeks in Magallanes, Cavite, and […]

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Asiad controversies up in AIBA congress

  By Nick Giongco   JAKARTA – Philippine boxing officials will make a lot of noise when the AIBA World Congress takes place in Moscow in November. ABAP president Ricky Vargas, also the Philippine Olympic Committee president, and secretary general Ed Picson, will raise a howl over the officiating that marred the Asian Games. The […]

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