latest from Cebu Sports
THREE-DIVISION world champion Donnie Nietes finally gets the exposure that he deserves after being added to the stacked HBO Boxing-televised “Superfly 2” show next month in California.
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.
LEGENDARY Brazilian Ronaldinho announced his retirement from the game the other day and I really didn’t pay much attention to the story because I thought the Smiling Brazilian has retired a few years ago.
TWENTY-EIGHT teams have already finalized their participation in the first Governor’s Cup Volleyball Tournament, which is set to kick off on Feb. 18 at the Mandaue Cultural and Sports Complex.
BACOLOD will no longer host the final Asian Cup qualifiers of the Philippines as the Philippine Football Federation has requested that it be moved to the Rizal Memorial Stadium.
CEBU’S top junior triathletes are getting ready to suit up in the National Age Group Triathlon (NAGT) 2018 Series Subic Leg set on Jan. 28 at the Subic Bay Free Port.
PHILIPPINE Typhoons member OJ De Los Santos has finally spoken on the controversy that’s been hounding the Philippine Karatedo Federation (PKF).
REIGNING World 9-Ball champion Carlo Biado failed to crack the top 16 in the Jancor Promotion 2018 Sinulog Cup 10-Ball Open tournament the other night at the Jancor Billiard Hall.
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