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New Generation of Filipino Champions

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Boxing has become so popular in the Philippines simply because of Manny Pacquiao. Whenever you said Philippine boxing, Pacquiao will always be the first name to come in mind.
But the road will always have its end. Pacquiao is already 42 years old this December, so we don\’t know how much more he has left. NonitoDonaire Jr. is a former multiple division champ who will be turning 38 in November.
But, we don’t have to worry as the next generation has already emerged and has been making noises lately.
The Philippines will be represented well for the years to come.
These are the fighters who will continue the legacy of Philippine boxing.
First off, we have Johnriel “Quadro Alas” Casimero.
Currently, he is a three-division world champion. He recently defended his WBO Bantamweight belt and is now looking for his biggest fight yet. A fight with Japanese superstar Naoya Inoue.
If ever they make the fight possible, surely it will be a hit all around the globe.
After fighting in different countries for his last eight fights, Casimero is looking ready to be the underdog and the villain in Japan.
Casimero can be considered as the top fighter of his current generation.
He has a record of 30 wins, 24 via knockouts, and four losses.
Next on the list is JerwinAncajas.
“Pretty Boy” Ancajas is the holder of the IBF World Super Flyweight belt.
He is on a roll right now as he tasted his last defeat way back in 2012. From then on, Ancajas only know the word ‘victory.”
He has a record of 32 wins with 22 knockouts, one loss, and two draws.
The 28-year old Filipino has five stars rating on his name given by boxrec while Casimero has 4 ½.
He is also on the top five of the best fighter on their division.
Ancajas has yet to fight this 2020, but his promoters are already working on it as they vow that the Pretty Boy will show no rust on his return.
Lastly, we have Mark Magsayo.
Although he has yet to win a world title belt, many are confident that he will have his first shot at the belt after a few more fights.
Magsayo is only 25 years old and has an unblemished record of 21 wins with 14 knockouts.
What even scarier for the Magnifico is his future. Right now, he is under the care of Freddie Roach, the legendary trainer of Manny Pacquiao.
The excitement it brought to the fans and Magsayo made him even more motivated to learn so he can unleash his through potential.
We may not be able to see another Manny Pacquiao because this generation of boxers will carve their path and made their name in boxing while proudly carrying the Philippine flag.

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Jamal Crawford retires from pro basketball

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Jamal Crawford retires from pro basketball

Three-time NBA Sixth Man of the Year Jamal Crawford announced his retirement from
professional basketball on his social media account.
\”Goodbye to the game, all the spoils the adrenaline rush,\” the 42-year old veteran
posted.
Crawford already cemented his name in the NBA as one of the greatest sixth man ever
as well as one of the deadliest ball handlers the league has ever witness. His classic
shake-and-bake move earned him the moniker, Jcross.
He played for 20 seasons on nine different teams and he is one of the oldest player to
ever score 51 points during the NBA bubble back in 2020.
Throughout his career, he logged an average of 14.6 ppg and 3.4 apg.
Although he failed to win a championship, Crawford was a frequent delegate of the NBA
playoffs having played for 74 games.

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Conor McGregor continues boxing training

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Conor McGregor continues boxing training

Conor McGregor continues to wow his fans and followers on social media with his
upgraded physique.
The Notorious one posted on his Instagram account his latest workout at Crulim Boxing
Club Official, who and what will his next fight be? No one still knows.
But what people know is how much of a beast McGregor is in his body transformation.
The intimidating UFC superstar has become even more frightening and fans want
Kamaru Usman to be the first to taste the power of the new-look McGregor.
Another rumor is he will be back in boxing. With his current weight he might possibly
fight the current pound-for-pound king and the face of boxing, Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.

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LeBron ties Kobe for second most All-Star Game appearances

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LeBron ties Kobe for second most All-Star Game appearances

LeBron James has been to many history in the NBA and he keeps on joining more list
as he is now tied with the late and great Kobe Bryant for the second most appearances
in the All-Star Game, at 18.

James, who is on his 19th year in the NBA remains one of the deadliest in the league
despite his LA Lakers clearly struggling in the first half of the season. He is also the
team captain for the All-Star Weekend in Cleveland this month.
Solo performance wise, James at the age of 37 has been doing some insane statistics
as he averages about 28 points per game this season and his latest feat was becoming
the All-Time Scoring Leader in regular season and playoffs combined. He surpassed
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar who is also in first in ASG stint with 19 and the league\’s all-time
leading scorer. James now has 44,157 points and counting.

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