'Magsayo nowhere near close to Pacquiao'
Young Filipino boxer Mark "Magnifico" Magsaya has drawn praise following his entertaining sixth round demolition of Chris Avalos last April 23 in Cebu, with some corners branding him a worthy heir to Manny Pacquiao.
Pacquiao now a political heavyweight
SAN PABLO CITY, Philippines - Boxing legend Manny Pacquiao smiles as he soaks up the sounds of adoring fans screaming his name, their cheers heralding a new career as one of the Philippines' most powerful politicians.
Pacquiao, duda sa plano umanong kidnapin ng ASG
Kahit may kidnap threat, nangampanya pa rin si Pacquiao kasama si Vice President Jejomar Binay sa Laguna.
PNoy: Pacquiao, Kris balak dukutin ng Abu Sayyaf
Tiniyak naman ng Pangulo ang kaligtasan ng publiko matapos pugutan ng Abu Sayyaf Group ang isang Canadian.
Pacquiao shocked at alleged Abu Sayyaf kidnap plot
MANILA, Philippines - Philippine boxing legend Manny Pacquiao expressed shock Thursday at President Benigno Aquino's claim that Islamic militants planned to kidnap him, and said the alleged plot should not have been made public.
PNoy vows to 'neutralise' Abu Sayyaf kidnappers
Philippine President Benigno Aquino vowed Wednesday to launch a military assault aimed at "neutralizing" Islamic militants who beheaded a Canadian hostage and are holding more than 20 other foreigners.
WATCH: Alma, Binay dance during campaign sortie
There's simply no stopping senatorial candidate Alma Moreno from dancing in the campaign rallies of the United Nationalist Alliance.
Rural popularity secures Pacquiao's ratings
Pulse Asia Research Director Ana Maria Tabunda said Sarangani Representative Manny Pacquiao's popularity even in rural areas has helped him maintain his standing in pre-election surveys, unlike some candidates whose ratings have been fluctuating.
Bradley expresses gratitude to Filipino fans
Timothy Bradley Jr. paid a visit to the Leelin bakery in Cerritos two weeks after losing to Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao.
SWS: Duterte widens lead; Robredo, Marcos in a tie
Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte has pulled away from the pack of presidential candidates while Rep. Leni Robredo and Sen. Bongbong Marcos are in a statistical tie in the vice-presidential race, according to the latest BusinessWorld-Social Weather Stations (SWS) pre-election survey.