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Oscar De La Hoya Reveals Dark Past

Oscar De La Hoya broke his silence about his past and reveals that he has struggled before from substance abuse, alcoholism and infidelity. He even says that for more than once, has contemplated on committing suicide.

He was recently reached rock bottom in his career and it seems that taking prescription drug abuse addiction and therapy is his only course of action to improve his lifestyle. Many have sympathized with the champion boxer and hopes that he recovers out of his depression soon.

Oscar De La Hoya retired from the boxing ring last 2009 with 10 world titles victories from six boxing divisions. His last title was won in May 2006 after beating Ricardo Mayorga in six rounds for the WBC 154-pound belt. His current boxing record stands at 39-6 with 30 knockouts.

Pacquiao vs Mosley Replay Video of Mosley Pushing Pacquiao

This is the video clip taken from the Pacquiao vs Mosley fight during Round 10. The referee called a knockdown on this but the replay shows that Mosley pushed Pacquiao.

And now, many Pinoys are calling it a TKO and making status updates in their Facebook and Twitter accounts that… Mosley TKO Pacquiao – Tinulak Ka Oh!

Tinulak is the Filipino term for push, and Tinulak Ka Oh means, “you were pushed”. Watch the Pacquiao vs Mosley replay video of that specific moment below.

In any case, Manny Pacquiao still won the match by unanimous decision. Congratulations Manny Pacquiao! We love the yellow gloves!

Pacquiao vs Mayweather: Fans Clamor And Asks Who’s Next?

After successfully defending his Welterweight title against Shane Mosley, fans are now asking if the Pacquiao vs Mayweather will ever happen. Truly, this is the boxing fight of the century.

We’ve seen in recent years Manny Pacquiao, defeating one boxer after another, moving up a division each time and knocking out every veteran fighter he faces.

A year ago before all those started, it was Floyd Mayweather, Jr. who was doing that. When he retired, he ended his famed years in boxing to retire and gave Pacquiao the chance to blaze through the boxing world.

Mayweather got out of retirement, just to show his fans that he still got it but interestingly the Pacquiao vs Mayweather fight which fans hungered never happened.

Now, who’s next for Manny Pacquiao? We believe it’s either retirement for him or just one last fight – the ultimate one, against Mayweather. Boxing fans should pray that this happens.

Manny Pacquiao vs Shane Mosley Round-by-Round Live Update

We’re now watching the Manny Pacquiao vs Shane Mosley live stream over at Pay Per View and those who do not have live streaming channels can just get our live round-by-round updates online for this main fight card match of the night.

The main event started 11:50 PM ET and the national anthems of both countries have already been sung. Charice Pempengco of the Philippines did a great rendition of Lupang Hinirang while The Star-Spangled Banner was sung by Tyrese Gibson. Also, Jamie Foxx sang America the Beautiful.

Both fighters are now inside the ring. Fight about to start in a few minutes.

Round 1:
Pacquiao and Mosley still being cautious and getting a feel of each other’s vibe. Mosley is able to land a good jab but Pacquiao able to counter while the crowd cheers. Mosley connects with a right hand to the body. Pacquiao tries to come near but Mosley is controlling the distance nicely. Mosley throws a hard right befor the round closes.

Round 2:
Pacquiao attacks with a left to the body but Mosley avoids it. Pacquiao finding it hard to connect. Pacquiao makes a combination. An accidental clash of heads then Pacquiao starting to move a little faster to get Mosley off balance. The crowd chants “Manny! Manny!” and the round closes.

Round 3:
Mosley connects with a right hand but Pacquiao shrugs it off and moves forward. Mosley tried to duck under a series of punches then Pacquiao swings wildly with a hard left. Pacquiao charges straight forward and Mosley goes down. Pacquiao finishes the round with a big left hand.

Round 4:
Pacquiao comes where he left off and charges for Mosley again. Mosley trips down and then manages to land right hand! Mosley’s punch slows Pacquiao down. Pacquiao getting a lot of left from Mosley. Pacquiao attacks again. Mosley takes advantage of his superior reach and moves out of the way and lands a punch of his own. A very close fourth round ends.

Round 5:
Pacquiao connects with a right hook. Pacquiao now lands a good straight left. Mosley starting to back away most of the round. Mosley lands with a left hook before the round closes. Not much action but good round for Pacquiao.

Round 6:
Lots of punches exchange in the center of the ring early. Pacquiao connects with an uppercut and Mosley is looking tired now. Mosley slows down and starts clinching with Pacquiao, causing the spectators to boo. Pacquiao separates goes on attack mode. Mosley ends a good right hand before closing.

Round 7:
Mosley gets through with a jab but Pacquiao is throwing a lot more punches. It’s actually three to one in favor of Pacquiao in the number of punches. Mosley’s right cheekbone starting to swell. Pacquiao ends the round with a great three-punch combination.

Round 8:
The fight starting to get boring and slow paced. Pacquiao manages to throw a hard combination that backs Mosley up who is not fighting anymore, just avoiding. Pacquiao is on all offense with Mosley just playing defense. Round ends for Pacquiao.

Round 9:
Mosley having second thoughts when attacking but produces a 1-2 punch. Pacquiao goes forward with a combination of punches, with solid lefts landing on Mosley. A big left hand from Pacquiao snaps Mosley’s head back and the round ends.

Round 10:
Pacquiao able to connect with a right hook. Pacquiao charges forward with a combination, then a head clash. Pacquiao slips and goes down. Replays showed that Mosley stepped on Pacquiao’s foot and pushed him, that’s why that’s not a knockdown. Round ends for Pacquiao’s advantage.

Round 11:
Pacquiao is trying to end it here. Mosley giving almost no offense. A hard exchange happens ending with a rare piece of action from Mosley with a counter right. The round finishes while Pacquiao is giving a series of punches to the body of Mosley.

Round 12:
A hug before starting the final round from both fighters. (Where’s the kiss?) Pacquiao wants a knock out but Mosley backing away at every chance he gets. Pacquiao connects with a hard left. Mosley’s face is swollen and just trying to survive the round. The final bell rings.

Manny Pacquiao wins by unanimous decision: 119-108, 120-108, 120-107.

Pacquiao – Mosley Fight Card Results

Today is not just the Welterweight Championship match of Manny Pacquiao and Shane Mosley, but also the Super Bantamweight Championship bout of Jorge Arce and Rico Wilfredo Vazquez Jr.

Also, a lot of other athletes are included in the fight cards and went inside the ring tonight to pursue their boxing career and we have the complete and official Pacquiao – Mosley fight card results.

Main fight cards:

Welterweight Championship: Manny Pacquiao vs Shane Mosley
Pacquiao defeats Mosley via unanimous decision (119-108, 120-108, 120-107)

Super Bantamweight Championship: Jorge Arce vs Wilfredo Vázquez, Jr.
Arce defeated Vázquez via technical knockout at 0:55 in the twelfth round.

Super Middleweight: Alfonso López III vs Kelly Pavlik
Pavlik defeated López via majority decision (95-95, 98-92, 99-91).

Light Welterweight: Mike Alvarado vs Raymond Narh
Alvarado defeated Narh via technical knockout at 3:00 in the third round.

Preliminary fight cards:

Light Welterweight: José Benavidez vs James Hope
Benavidez defeated Hope via technical knockout at 1:43 in the fifth round.

Lightweight: Aris Ambríz vs Pier Olivier Cote
Cote defeated Ambríz via technical knockout at 0:46 in the fourth round.

Super Flyweight: Javier Gallo vs Rodel Mayol
Mayol defeated Gallo via majority decision (95-95, 98-92, 98-92).

Light Welterweight: Karl Dargan vs Randy Arrellin
Dargan defeated Arrellin via unanimous decision (60-54, 60-54, 59-55).

These fight results will be updated as they come.

Pacquiao vs Mosley Live Stream Broadcast Television Channels

It’s now time for the Pacquiao vs Mosley boxing match at the MGM Grand Arena. And we’ve been receiving a lot of emails on the broadcast channels where the fight will be telecast.

Thus, short to researching the Pacquiao vs Mosley sopcast channels, here are the different Pacquiao vs Mosley live stream broadcast channels for countries around the world.

Australia: Main Event; Czech Republic: Sport 1; Hungary: Sport 2; Italy: Sportitalia; Japan: WOWOW; Malaysia: Astro Box Office Sport 971; Mexico: TV Azteca; New Zealand: Sky Arena; Philippines: Solar Sports

Poland: Polsat Sport Extra; Qatar: Al Jazeera Sports 1; Romania: Digi Sport; Russia: NTV Plus Sport; Slovakia: Sport 1; South Africa: SuperSport 2; United Kingdom: Sky Sports 1; United States: Showtime PPV; US Military: AFN Sports; Venezuela: Meridiano.

Check your local listing for other broadcast schedules and replay showing of the Pacquiao vs Mosley fight today.

Watch Pacquiao vs Mosley Online Live Stream For Free Through PLDT Watchpad Big Ticket

The Philippines will once again be glued to their seats as the boxing match of Manny Pacquiao vs Shane Mosley happens today at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas. Various bars and restaurants have already set up their satellite links to offer free Pacquiao vs Mosley live streaming for customers.

However, for those who are PLDT DSL subscribers, you can watch Pacquiao vs Mosley online right inside the comfort of your own home through PLDT Watchpad Big Ticket. It’s free for all Plan 1995 and Plan 3000 myDSL subscribers. For those with lower plans, you can just add PHP 150 per month on your current subscription.

For those who are not in the Philippines, you can also try subscribing to these online television channels. They’re not free but you get access to hundreds of sports channels along with them.

Lastly, you can always subscribe to Pay-Per-View for commercial free and real time live streaming of the Pacquiao vs Mosley boxing match.

Main Fight Cards of the night:

  • Welterweight Championship: Manny Pacquiao vs Shane Mosley
  • Super Bantamweight Championship: Jorge Arce vs Wilfredo Vázquez, Jr.
  • Super Middleweight: Alfonso López III vs Kelly Pavlik
  • Light Welterweight: Mike Alvarado vs Raymond Narh

Preliminary Cards:

  • Light Welterweight: José Benavidez vs James Hope
  • Lightweight: Aris Ambríz vs Pier Olivier Cote
  • Super Flyweight: Javier Gallo vs Rodel Mayol
  • Flyweight: Jonathan Gonzalez vs Francisco Rosario
  • Light Welterweight: Karl Dargan vs Randy Arrellin

For more information on PLDT Watchpad Big Ticket, you can visit here.