“I got the job done right the first time. I always get the job done the first time. 50 times I went out there, I got the job done right,” – Floyd Mayweather #MayweatherPacquiao2
IT’S a woman’s world as the Tabloid Organization in Philippine Sports (TOPS) plays host to three of the more exciting ladies in local sports in the 16th “Usapang Sports” at the National Press Club in Intramuros this Thursday, March 28. #TOPS
The Athletics repulsed the challenge of a no quit Imus Bandera before preserving a 77-69 win at the start of their MPBL Datu Cup best-of-three quarterfinals series . #MPBL
The top seeded Risers ripped the Supremos, 91-71, at home and moved a win away from notching a Final Four seat in the tough northern division of this tournament put up by Senator Manny Pacquiao with PBA legend and former MVP Kenneth Duremdes serving as commissioner. #MPBL
On Monday night at the Batangas City Coliseum, the Tanduay-backed Athletics and the GLC Truck and Equipment-sponsored Bandera took care of business by disposing of their rivals. #MPBL
The Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League (MPBL) Datu Cup begins its playoffs on Tuesday at the Bataan People’s Center as the host team and top seeded squad Bataan Risers take the floor against the Caloocan Supremos even as Manila and Bulacan start their own best-of-three series. #MPBL
The Clutch ran roughshod over the Quezon City Capitals, 120-115, on a record-setting night and served notice of its readiness for the quarterfinal round. They hit 16 triples on their way to recording the most points scored by any team in the young two-season history of the league. #MPBL
Host team Davao Occidental Tigers devoured on their cross breed rival Mandaluyong El Tigre even as the Pasay Voyagers continued their winning run, nipping the Quezon City Capitals in the MPBL Datu Cup at the Rizal Memorial College.
The streak keeps on going for Muntinlupa and Imus and on Thursday night the two teams pulled off contrasting wins over their respective rivals in the MPBL Datu Cup at the Imus Sports Complex here.
Legendary boxer Manny Pacquiao dispelled rumors about his health and assured his fans, friends and family that he is perfectly well following recent reports that claimed otherwise.