Battle of Victors @ HKCEC – 8 October, 2016


HongKongers were out in numbers to cheer on Rex ‘The Wonder kid’ Tso at The Battle of Victors fight night. After a hard fought 10 rounds against Japan’s Ryuto Maekawa, Rex won a unanimous points victory to bring his record to 20-0. The tough fight, fought with a generous amount of sportsmanship and mutual respect, saw the boxers go toe-to-toe for extended periods and had chants of Rex, Rex reverberating around the HKCEC.

The kid is growing up! He still lacks that knock-out punching power that will earn respect from the very best. Ryuto took a lot of punches, and dished out a fair few, but never looked remotely afraid of getting knocked down by Tso.


There wasn’t much on the undercard, Raymond Poon Kai-ching received a thunderous cheer after winning his second pro bout with a knock-out. But you have to feel for Australian James Gibbs on his professional debut. After giving up a career as a miner to become a boxer, he was knocked down, and almost out, by the first punch he received inside 20 seconds of the first round. He lasted less than another minute before the the referee stopped the fight.
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Showdown at Sands – Results


The results from the Showdown at Sands are:


 Aston “Mighty” Palicte defeats Ismael “Sapito” Garnica
TKO in Round 7 (2:19)

José “Josesito” Felix Jr. defeats Raymond “Foreman” Sermona
KO in Round 1 (1:47)

 “The Macao Kid” Ng Kuok Kun defeats Chingchai Kiatpracha
KO in Round 3 (2:35)

Rex Tso defeats Michael “Blade” Enriquez
Unanimous decision after 10 rounds
95-94, 95-94, 96-93
Retains WBA international super flyweight title

Glen “Jersey Boy” Tapia defeats Daniel “Awesome” Dawson
TKO in Round 3 (1:42)
Wins NABO junior middleweight title

Paul Valenzuela defeats Zhou Yunfei
Split decision after 4 rounds
3837, 3738, 3936

Ik Yang defeats Patomsuk Pathompothong
TKO in Round 6 (1:47)
Wins IBF light welterweight title eliminator

  Amnat Ruenroeng defeats Zou Shiming
Unanimous decision after 12 rounds
116-111, 116-111, 116-111
Retains IBF world flyweight title


Manny ‘Pac-Man’ Pacquiao beats Chris ‘Runaway’ Algieri


Manny Pacquiao knocked Chris Algieri to the floor six times as he coasted to an easy unanimous points victory over the out-matched American. Algieri obviously thought he was at an audition for Stricly Come Dancing as this supposed boxer entered the ring, as he proudly acknowledged afterwards, with the plan of “running away” and not boxing… Surely so that in future years as a politician he can claim to have “fought the boxing legend Manny ‘Pac-Man’ Pacquiao”. That would imply he stood face to face with the Pac-man and engaged in a boxing match – something that simply didn’t happen for 35 ½ minutes of the 36 minute 12 round fight. If he had stood and boxed he’d have been knocked out – but that doesn’t make quite such an impressive sound-bite.

Boxing fans pay a lot of money to see fights – both live and on pay per view – and Algieri’s attitude in the ring and at the post-bout press conference left a sour taste in the mouth. Especially after the commitment, endeavour and never give-up attitude shown by Thai fighters Chonlatarin Piriyapinyo and Kwanpichit Onesongchaingym in their fights against Olympic Gold Medal winners Vasyl Lomachenko and Zou Shiming respectively. The two thoroughly entertaining bouts were highlighted by boxing skills and fast hands of the medal winners – both learning fast how to hurt with their punches rather than just score points – and the heart of the Thais. Who were both knocked down several times, but got up each time to fight on and let their opponents know they’d been in a tough fight. It was a great spectacle and a sold-out Cotai Arena showed it’s noisy appreciation for the winners and losers.

Full Results

Manny Pacquiao defeats Chris Algieri
Unanimous decision after 12 rounds
120-102, 119103, 119-103
Retains WBO world welterweight title

Zou Shiming defeats Kwanpichit Onesongchaigym
Unanimous decision after 12 rounds
119-104, 120-103, 119-104

Vasyl Lomachenko defeats Chonlatarn Piriyapinyo
Unanimous decision after 12 rounds
120-107, 120-107, 120-107
Retains WBO world featherweight title

Jessie Vargas defeats Antonio DeMarco
Unanimous decision after 12 rounds
116-112, 116-112, 116-112
Retains WBA world super lightweight title

Jerwin Ancajas defeats Fadhili Majiha
KO in Round 3 (1:48)

Rex Tso defeats Espinos Sabu
Unanimous decision after 8 rounds
79-73, 78-74, 78-74

Ng Kuok Kun defeats Stephen Attard
Unanimous decision after 6 rounds
59-54, 57-56, 57-56

Andrew Robinson defeats Qu Peng
Majority decision after 4 rounds
37-38, 38-37, 37-38

Clash in Cotai II @ Venetian, Macau – 23 November, 2014


Manny Pacquiao wins the Clash in Cotai II
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Manny Pacquiao in Hong Kong – 26 October, 2014



In Hong Kong to promote his upcoming fight Clash in Cotai II on 23 November 2014 against Chris Algieri, Manny Pacquiao delighted his fans with an impromptu walk-about in Chater Square Sunday afternoon.







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Clash in Cotai II – Manny Pacquiao v Chris Algieri @ Venetian Macau – 8am, 23 November, 2014

Clash in Cotai II - Manny Pacquiao v Chris Algieri @ Venetian Macau - 8am, 23 November, 2014

Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao returns to Macao for Clash in Cotai II.  Pacquiao will defend his World Boxing Organization (WBO) welterweight title against New York’s undefeated WBO junior welterweight champion Chris Algieri, who has a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Care Management, a Master’s Degree in Clinical Nutrition and a Ph.D. in Upsets Inside the Ring.
Tickets Go on Sale August 29, 2014

Clash in Cotai II 
When: 8am, 23 November, 2014
Where: Cotai Arean, Venetian Macau
How Much: HKD/MOP $24,080, $20,080, $12,880, $9,880, $6,480, $3,880, $1,880, $880 from

Manny Pacquiao’s to fight in November in Macau

Manny Pacquiao

After signing a contract extension through 2016 with promoter Bob Arum and Top Rank, Arum confirmed that Manny Pacquiao’s next fight will be in Macau this November. His opponent, probably Juan Manuel Marquez who’s coming off of a big win over Mike Alvarado. If he declines, Top Rank plans to pursue Ruslan Provodnikov or Amir Khan.

Manny Pacquiao Victorious @ Venetian, Macau – 24 November, 2013

The CotaiArena reverberated to the sound of “Manny, Manny” as Asian boxing fans got a close-up look at the Pac-Man’s amazing hand speed in his defeat of “Bam Bam” Rios.









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Photos taken with a Sony, after the Canon broke down again!