Posts Tagged ‘Las Vegas’

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Copycat!

April 16, 2010

Jay-Z, a multi-platinum rapper and devoted Yankees fan, and his business partner filed a lawsuit on Thursday against the hated Boston Red Sox “star” David Ortiz.  The recording artist claims that “Big Papi” bit off the 40/40 brand by naming his own nightclub in the Dominican Republic “Forty-Forty.” Read the rest of this entry ?

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Not Happening

January 7, 2010

Both camps can't come to an agreement

via ESPN.com

The much-anticipated showdown between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather, tentatively scheduled for March 13 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, isn’t happening, Top Rank promoter Bob Arum told ESPN.com on Wednesday night.

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Mayweather puts Money on Pacquiao…Wins Big

November 15, 2009
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It's that Dirty Money!

Floyd Mayweather bet on Manny Pacquiao to win last nights bout and came out a winner. He’s pictured above with Diddy and Ray-J displaying the fruits of his labor. Mayweather who is expected to be Pacquiaos next challenger told reporters that he wanted to show Diddy his betting skills.

“You know, if this boxing shit doesn’t work out, I need something to fall back on. Diddy is the man and I figured this is one way to impress him besides dancing.”

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Pacquiao Dismantles Cotto

November 15, 2009
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One for the ages

It was 12 rounds of boxing last night at the MGM Grand, something Filipino fighter Manny Pacquiao isn’t familiar with after his previous two fights. The result however was the same, a victory securing the WBO welterweight belt for his seventh title in seven different weight classes. His combination of power and speed was too much for Puerto Rican Miguel Cotto who proved to be one of Pacquiao’s best challenges.

“I didn’t know from where the punches were coming,” a bloody Cotto said after last nights bout.

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Manny Pacquiao versus Miguel Cotto Live at the MGM Grand Tomorrow

November 13, 2009
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Get Ready to Rumble

Tomorrow night may be the biggest fight in Emmanuel Dapidran Pacquiao‘s so far illustrious boxing career. He’s already gotten Mexico’s Golden Boy Oscar De La Hoya to throw in the towel against him when they fought in December of last year and he annihilated England’s Ricky Hatton with a stunning second round knockout this past May. He is heralded by Ring Magazine as the world’s number one pound for pound champion and he is the fighting pride of the south-east Asian archipelago, the Philippines.

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