THERE is this American newspaper that is now the toast of the sporting world in particular and of humanity in general.
WILLIE Marcial is proof that hard work backstopped by farmer-patience is still very much alive in this now highly-competitive world of razzle-dazzle.
You don’t have an iPhone and you are jurassic.
I GUESS I have written about it before but, still, let me do it again.
Boxers have water boys and trainers with them when they go fight for a crown or whatever.
THE game between San Miguel Beer and NLEx on Friday was going on fine that fans were relishing every minute of it.
IT’S pretty obvious that Manny Pacquiao wants to fight again.
For what reason, let me hazard a guess.
One, he wants to retire with a big bang.
Two, he misses the sport.
CHANGES in policies are pregnant with benefits. But they also have downsides.
Let’s take the case of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA).
IT is not easy defeating Barangay Ginebra.
One, it has a crowd cruel enough to shout down a rival throng to its knees in any arena of battle.
BOYET Sison of the popular television sports show “Hard Ball” asked Francis Arnaiz: “In your time, would your All-Star team beat the All-Star Team of today?”
“No, never,” said Arnaiz.
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