There is only one Manny Pacquiao, but the man nicknamed "Monster" is expected to follow Pacquiao's path to boxing glory in his second fight in the United States on Saturday, October 31, 2020. Japanese sensation Naoya Inoue (19-0, 16 KOs) has many things comparable to Manny Pacquiao as a boxer: speed, power, explosiveness, and killer … Continue reading Can Inoue Deliver Exactly What Pacquiao Has Done In His Debut Fight In America Some Two Decades Ago?
A little over a week has passed since the Lopez-Loma fight where Lopez won by unanimous decision, and conversations about Loma's performance in that fight still attract mixed opinions from boxing fans, sports analysts, and boxers alike. One of them is former WBO light welterweight champion Chris Algieri, who has voiced some valuable advice for … Continue reading Chris Algieri’s Advice for Lomachenko: Go Back to 130 Or Quit Boxing
Teofimo Lopez has said in an interview that he is not interested in giving Lomachenko a rematch after he defeated the highly favored Ukrainian boxer via a unanimous decision victory on October 17, 2020. It's not yet clear what Lopez's next plan is, but he hints that he could move up to 140 pounds to … Continue reading Pacquiao Vs. Lopez Superfight at 140–Can They Make It Happen Next Year?
A group of scientists from the Philippines came to a conclusion based on their study that virgin coconut oil has the potential to cure mild to moderate cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) infection. It was discovered, after six months of study and experimentation, that compounds that come from coconut oil and virgin coconut oil, which … Continue reading Virgin Coconut Oil Can Cure Mild to Moderate Cases of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Infection, Study Says
In the photo (from left to right): Philippine President Sergio Osmena, Lieutenant General George Kenney (almost completely hidden), Colonel Courtney Whitney, Philippine Army Brigadier General Carlos Romulo, MacArthur, Lieutenant General Richard K. Sutherland, CBS correspondent Bill Dunn, and Staff Sergeant Francisco Salveron, wading ashore in what was considered a historic Leyte Landing (just south of … Continue reading 76 Years After the Historic Leyte Landing of MacArthur, And the Largest Naval Battle In History that Followed
The sky still holds many secrets that man has not been able to solve in spite of his achievements in science. This account relates various phenomena observed in American skies. Many of them are perhaps figments of the imagination, creations of mass hysteria. Perhaps they are merely attempts of the human mind to solve the … Continue reading Mystery Stories Of the Sky By Joseph A. Murphy
Teofimo Lopez Jr. was the underdog when he enters the ring to face master tactician Vasyl Lomachenko in a unification fight involving 4 championship belts in the lightweight division on Saturday, October 17. On the opposite side, Lomachenko enjoys the recognition of being the more favored of the two entering the fight. Many boxing fans … Continue reading Teofimo Lopez Jr. Became the Undisputed World Lightweight Champion with A Unanimous Decision Victory Against Lomachenko
Growing ornamental plants (especially hanging plants) while under quarantine at home has become the trend in this pandemic-stricken 2020. Hanging plants come in many different forms and it is said that they can do something good for our well-being. And whether you're a commercial plant grower or just a hobbyist, growing beautiful hanging plants can … Continue reading Tips On How to Grow Hanging Plants At Home
While it is difficult to predict the outcome of any boxing fight, regardless of who these fighters are, nothing can prevent us from expressing our opinion on who we want to see win and who we want to see lose the fight. In the case of the Lomachenko and Lopez showdown, which will take place … Continue reading Loma-Lopez Fight Prediction: A Stoppage Win for Loma In the Championship Rounds
Exposure to the coronavirus may not guarantee future immunity, according to a study published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases journal. Patients who have contracted coronavirus again are more likely to experience more severe symptoms than when they first have it, according to research published Tuesday that only confirms the fact that it is possible to … Continue reading Study Finds That COVID-19 Reinfection May Not Guarantee Future Immunity