Yuka in one brief moment of time showed the world that Filipinos are worthy of being respected and adored by all races.
By this time, Eumir Felix Marcial must have learned a lesson or two about humility. What transpired in Dubai’s Asian Seniors Boxing Championships, isn’t the scenario that we’ve envisioned it to be.
Philippine National Volleyball Federation president Ramon “Tats” Suzara said that he will try to convince the management of Japanese club Ageo Medics to allow Filipina volleyball superstar Alyja Daphne “Jaja” Santiago to suit up for the Philippines in the prestigious Asian Volleyball Confederation.
Tier One Entertainment announced their partnership with the world’s leading media investment company, GroupM. As the first and only Philippine esports and gaming company GroupM is partnered with, this is a landmark moment that opens a wide array of avenues for Tier One and the Gaming Entertainment industry to grow and expand.
Chairman Baham Mitra defended the Games and Amusements Board on its alleged failure to give pension to retired boxers as stated in its Memorandum of Agreement with the Singwangcha Foundation headed by Thai philantrophist and boxing guru Naris Singangcha.
Marcial, who jolted the sporting establishment by going public on the lack of financial support as he prepares for the Tokyo Olympics said his top priority since he entered the national team in 2011 is to give pride and honor to the Philippines as well as to give help his family.
There have been only seven documented 100 points-or-more individual performances by a Filipino player in Philippine basketball history, at least in the high school, college and major commercial league levels.
The problem is Eumir Felix Marcial, who’s now a professional pugilist, though I sincerely believe that his commitment to the national cause remains solid as ever is fighting an enemy, an imaginary enemy or shall I say the wrong enemy.
Philippine football needs all the help in can get along with any opportunity to get a shot in the arm, especially from a UEFA football mind like Owen’s.
Espejo, son of a housewife and an electrical project officer based in Guam, said a hoop incident led to a U-turn in his priorities. He got injured after landing awkwardly while trying to stuff the ball in a pickup game.