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Is Manny Pacquiao now richer than Mang Inasal's Injap?

“I want the people of the Philippines to be happy, even if they have nothing.” MANNY PACQUIAO

By Alex P. Vidal, Sportsmanila.net

ILOILO CITY - Publisher Lemuel Fernandez estimated the worth of Manny Pacquiao to be somewhere between P5 to P10 billion.

“I think he is now richer than Edgar Sia,” said Lemuel, who watched Pacquiao steamroll Shane Mosley via 12-round unanimous decision at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on May 7, 2011.

Sia, also known as “Injap”, is the founder of the Mang Inasal food chain.

Sia’s fortune skyrocketed when he sold 70 percent of Mang Inasal Phils. to Jollibee Foods Corp. for P3 billion in 2010.


Pacman receives gift from Curry

By Noli Cruz
MANNY PACQUIAO, a huge basketball fan and player-coach in the Philippine Basketball Association, received an autographed home jersey from Golden State Warriors sharpshooter Stephen Curry.

According to Warriors World, Pacquiao used to play ball at the Warriors' practice facility in the past.With six weeks to go until Pacman clashes with Floyd Mayweather Jr. on May 2, Curry made his allegiance known by sending an autographed home jersey to his man.



Nonito Donaire started his comeback trail with a victory in the Philippines. Co-headlining Pinoy Pride 30, it only took 'The Filipino Flash' a little over a round to finish Brazil's William Prado.

He battered the Brazilian challenger and opened up a bad cut on the start of the 2nd round. Donaire followed up with a series of punches which rendered Prado defenseless, forcing the referee to stop the contest even without officially scoring a knockdown.

The fight was officially called at the 2:16 mark of the 2nd round, and Donaire successfully jump-started his career as he took the first step towards regaining past glory.


Century Tuna Ironman 70.3

Team Nice day - Trimac victorious once again at the recently concluded Century Tuna Ironman 70.3 at Subic, Zambales last March 8, 2015. 5th from left is Coach Jojo Macalintal, Trimac founder and head coach, center is Jay R Avecilla of Lighthouse Marina hotel, and Paulo Legaspi, President Healthwell Nutraceuticals Inc.(Nice Day Coffee) 4th from right. Together with the Trimac delegation from all over the Philippines.


ONE: Valor of Champions Complete with Eight Bouts

26 March 2015 – Manila, Philippines: Asia’s largest mixed martial arts organization with a 90% market share, ONE Championship™ (ONE), has finalized the fight card for ONE: VALOR OF CHAMPIONS with three additional fights. Top featherweights are set to clash as Shannon Wiratchai takes on Amir Khan. An all-Filipino clash is also set to take place at the event when the undefeated Jimmy Yabo takes on Edward Kelly. China’s Wang Ya Wei is also set to return to the ONE Championship cage against Indonesia’s Sunoto.

Tickets for ONE: VALOR OF CHAMPIONS are on sale now at www.smtickets.com. Ticket categories begin with the full Red Carpet and cageside experience at PHP5380. Tickets priced at PHP3180, PHP1280, PHP640 and PHP220 are also available. Prices include ticketing fee.


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