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All posts by Jess Matthew Beltran

Following Elorde’s Footsteps

Following Elorde’s Footsteps

Manny Pacquiao is one of the most exciting and successful boxer of today. Having place second to Mayweather Manny became the only Asian to grab 3 belts in 3 different weight classes. Tagged by many as the Mexican Assasin Manny fought all the future hall of famer legends in boxing beating Barrera twice, Morales twice [...]

March 25, 2008 Jess Matthew Beltran boxing, Pacquiao, Pinoy sports, sports, Uncategorized 0

Casamayor stops Katsidis on the 10th round

Casamayor stops Katsidis on the 10th round

Casamayor ended the streak of Katsidis as he won a hard earned battle against the tough former undefeated Australian WBO interim champion. We all remember both fighters having won contrasting bouts before their scheduled showdown. Casamayor won a questionable split decision against Jose Armando Sta.Cruz where in he was down on the first round and [...]

March 23, 2008 Jess Matthew Beltran boxing, Pacquiao, Pinoy sports, sports 0

Redefining The Triangle

Redefining The Triangle

When I was invited with some of my friends into a socialite drinking session I was hesitant to go. I’m not used to be in those types of situations and I’d rather drink an ice cold of beer alone than being put in an uncomfortable situation. Oh well to cut the story short we agreed [...]

March 23, 2008 Jess Matthew Beltran NBA, sports, Uncategorized 0

Fly me to the Moon Jamario…

Fly me to the Moon Jamario…

When Galileo theorized the world in perspective is round. People started to question his insanity… Before the moon were just parts of some silly rhymes and was virtually impossible to go there but years later Neil Armstrong made a giant leap for mankind as he set his foot to become the first man in history [...]

March 23, 2008 Jess Matthew Beltran NBA, sports, Uncategorized 0

Jordan’s Apparent Heir..

Jordan’s Apparent Heir..

Before Michael Jordan retired for the first time talks have been circling around the NBA and fans panicked uncontrollably asking and questioning who would be his airness apparent heir? There are a bunch of players slowly showing signs with the likes of Jerry Stackhouse who at that time played for the Philadelphia 76ers. He was [...]

March 23, 2008 Jess Matthew Beltran NBA, sports 0

Edwin Valero v.s. Manny Pacquiao (a dream matchup or a mismatch)

Edwin Valero v.s. Manny Pacquiao (a dream matchup or a mismatch)

Everybody’s asking me who Edwin Valero is. And why is he tagged always to Manny Pacquiao. Well Edwin Valero is a Venezuelan fighter and like Linares he is a Japanese based fighter. He is a name around the corner and people who are boxing fanatics knows him through the internet. He is the current WBA [...]

March 22, 2008 Jess Matthew Beltran boxing, Pacquiao, Pinoy sports, Uncategorized 6

In Leon’s Den

In Leon’s Den

It’s just so hard to fathom why some people give up life that easily. Loosing your house, businesses or even love ones doesn’t give you the right to take your own lives because you’re tired and wanted everything to stop. You wanted the world to sympathize on you and if you don’t get that attention [...]

March 21, 2008 Jess Matthew Beltran NBA, Uncategorized 0

Poverty and Boxing

Poverty and Boxing

Poverty could somehow associate to hardships and struggles… but have you ever wondered when you go to poverty stricken areas where people have absolutely nothing but still you could always see a smile plastered on each of their faces. Those people are deprived of earthly things but they are happy and contented with life. Money [...]

March 21, 2008 Jess Matthew Beltran boxing, Pacquiao, Pinoy sports 4

Pacquiao-Marquez 2: Who really won?

Pacquiao-Marquez 2: Who really won?

The bell rang for the 12th time and Manny Pacquiao and Juan Marquez went exchanging blows like it was still in round 1. The fight was dead even and with Marquez connecting with a right hand to the body and Pacquiao with a left hook to the head fans were cheering endlessly chanting there names [...]

March 21, 2008 Jess Matthew Beltran boxing, Pacquiao, Pinoy sports, Uncategorized 3

The Noise The World Never Knew..

The Noise The World Never Knew..

Playing in overseas for 6 weeks without pay is something we don’t want to happen. Lance Allred tells his team that if they don’t pay him then he won’t play the next game and the next thing he knew he was sent out packing. A 6-11 Center/Forward Lance Allred is 80% deaf but because of [...]

March 21, 2008 Jess Matthew Beltran NBA, Uncategorized 1