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Pacquiao vs Cotto Bout (Round 1-12)











ROUND 11 (quality not good)

ROUND 12 (no sound)


15 November 2009 at 2:24 pm Leave a comment

Pre-fight Videos: Pacquiao vs Cotto

Arrival of The Pacman at MGM Grand

Inside MGM Grand

Pacquiao vs Cotto: Fight Preview

15 November 2009 at 10:59 am Leave a comment

Pacquiao arrives to a hero’s welcome in Manila


ABBI CHENG, YouTube Review 

Filipino boxing icon  Manny Pacquiao has arrived to a hero’s welcome in Manila. 

Cheers greeted him at the airport shortly after emerging from the plane which touched down around 4:30 a.m. Wednesday (Manila time). 

On seeing him at the presidential lounge of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport 2, his children hugged him. 

In a brief statement, the reigning WBC Lightweight Champion thanked all those who prayed for his victory against boxing superstar Oscar de la Hoya. 

From the airport, Pacquiao went straight to a Makati hotel for a brief rest before going to Quiapo Churh in Manila, where a thanksgiving mass attended by his legion of fans was said. 

Shortly after, Pacquiao paid a courtesy call on his avid fan, President Gloria Arroyo, in Malacanang. As in his past wins, a specially-designed cake was presented to him, this time a glove-shaped carrot cake bearing the words “World’s number one pound for pound boxer.”

“It was a mismatch the other way around,” quoted Arroyo as telling Pacquiao, referring to oddsmakers prediction the much bigger Dela Hoya would easily crush the Filipino ring idol.

“You are not an underdog,” the beaming Arroyo told Pacquiao, a four-time world champion in four different weight divisions.

De la Hoya refused to come out of his corner after he got a flurry of punches from Pacquiao during their eight-round “Dream Match” in Las Vegas, Nevada Saturday —  a surrender pundits say signals the end of  “The Golden Boy’s” stellar boxing career.

Shortly after they stepped out of the ring, Pacquiao told De la Hoya: “You are still my idol.” De la Hoya replied, “No, you are now my idol.”

A big victory parade in key areas around Metro Manila is set Thursday.


10 December 2008 at 1:21 pm 3 comments

Pacquiao-De la Hoya ‘Dream Match’ videos

Manny Pacquiao vs Oscar de la Hoya in “The Dream Match” at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada, December 6, 2008.

Below are rounds 1-8 plus post fight videos.

(Note: Some videos earlier posted on YouTube have been taken out due to possible copyright impingement issues. Our team has been trying to give you the best videos available but they are being removed as fast as we could embed the links. Our apologies and we hope you’ll enjoy these videos taken by YouTube user icebergmillz23.  Thanks.YouTube Review Team)









ROUND 8 (first vid taken from TV and second vid taken live byYouTube user icebergmillz23)  



8 December 2008 at 1:20 pm Leave a comment

What YouTubers say about the ‘Dream Match’


KUKUL KHAN, YouTube Review

The following are what YouTube viewers say about the triumph of Manny Pacquiao over Oscar de la Hoya:



jcsar06 :  Manny Pacquiao, the champ of champs! No doubt about it.

Greetings from mexico!

cuppatea78 :  Manny is not human!!

johnphilippe007 :  Congratulations Manny!!! Mabuhay ang Pilipinas!!! Viva Mexico!!

rhodreybelle :  Pacman is the man!!!! Proud to be PINOY!!!!

gsarid996 :  Another Mexican tasted the jack hammer hand of Manny.

angelfear7 :  Pacquiao is immortal!

OCDPROMOTIONS :  Thank you.Awesome!

xzinx:  This should shut the critic up. All the negative comments, they just ate their words.


cyrussar :   If manny can do it, why can’t I excel in my own field?! Thanks for inspiring me Manny.

tisoy92 :  What a great fighter DLH is..he knows when to stop and surrender his throne to someone deserving…”my heart really wants to fight but my body wont respond..” with all due respect to both fighters…

Ogiereb123 :  Pacman won. Oscar lost. Respect to both warriors and champions in the ring.


e2me2 :  Manny retires the Golden Boy.


mistah001 :  DLH is still the golden boy, he fought bravely. But Pacquiao is too much.

jRansMack :  Hmm .. accept defeat dude.


ambitioushustler :  Manny is the man, I’m black … Oscar was never that good to me, he was always over hyped…

dyubir :  Who’s next? No more Mexican fighters left?

LiamLeeDavao :  Please Bring Zorro. He’s the only one who can beat the PACMAN!

JOEtheHOTTIE :  Pacquiao has more people to kill: (in no particular order)

1. floyd mayweather jr.

2. ricky hatton

3. miguel cotto

4. antonio margarito

5. shane mosley


sirbors1985 :  Fuck Pacquiao! I lost my house……. dela hoya is such a loser…

pbcms13 :  He didn’t knock him out…he quit!

ambrosiobertodazo :  Remember what Mayweather said? Pacquiao is inferior to his level. The fool is hiding from Margarito and Cotto. Now he is hiding from Pacquiao as well. Chicken Floyd should come out and prove his point. Pacquiao brings in the money. I want to see chicken Floyd get beaten up like de la Hoya.

ghostrid3 :  Manny still sucks, he won against a washed up average fighter.


xanderguillard :  HEY GUYS. IM A FILIPINO WHO LIVED IN MEXICO FOR THREE MONTHS. MEXICANS AND FILIPINOS ARE GREAT PEOPLE. Let’s stop this negative talk, ok? ODHL and Pacman made peace after the fight like true gentlemen. Let’s do the same please.


Pacman said :  Oscar you are still my idol.

Oscar replied :  No, you are my idol now.

8 December 2008 at 1:43 am 1 comment

[UPDATE] World press reports Pacquiao’s triumph over De la Hoya



KUKUL KHAN, YouTube Review

Following are excerpts from news sites around the world on the victory of Filipino boxing hero Manny Pacquiao over Oscar de la Hoya:

ASIA PACIFIC (Philippines)
Pacquiao TKOs De la Hoya

MANILA, Philippines — (UPDATE 4) Filipino ring hero Manny Pacquiao continued to validate his status as the world’s top pound-for-pound fighter when he defied the odds in knocking out boxing icon Oscar “Golden Boy” De La Hoya in their welterweight Dream Match at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas Saturday night (Sunday in Manila).  FULL STORY

The Pacman packs a punch

FILIPINOS are swelling with joyous pride after local boxing hero Manny Pacquiao demolished Mexican-American opponent Oscar De La Hoya in Las Vagas. It was another stunning victory for the 29-year-old Pacquiao, further cementing his reputation as the world’s best  pound-for-pound boxer. FULL STORY

Pacquiao wins in eight round over De la Hoya

LAS VEGAS — Manny Pacquiao dominated his bigger and more famous opponent from the opening bell Saturday night, giving Oscar De La Hoya such a beating he declined to come out of his corner after the eighth round. FULL STORY


Pacquiao punishes De la Hoya for technical knockout triumph 

LAS VEGAS: Manny Pacquiao punished Oscar de la Hoya for eight rounds on Saturday, his technical knockout triumph over the US superstar underscoring the Filipino icon’s status as best pound-for-pound fighter in the world. FULL STORY 


Pacquiao finishes De La Hoya

LAS VEGAS: Manny Pacquiao punished Oscar De La Hoya for eight rounds on Saturday, his technical knockout triumph over the US superstar underscoring the Filipino’s status as best pound-for-pound fighter in the world. FULL STORY 

BLOOMBERG (Australia)

Pacquiao Scores TKO Against De La Hoya in Welterweight Bout

PHILIPPINE boxer Manny Pacquiao used his quick left jab to pummel Oscar De La Hoya through eight rounds and score a technical knock-out in the welterweight bout at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. FULL STORY




Pacquiao defeats De la Hoya with eight round TKO 

LAS VEGAS (Reuters) – Manny Pacquiao defeated Oscar De La Hoya in a non-title fight on Saturday with an eighth-round TKO. De La Hoya, who had been dominated by the WBC lightweight champion throughout, did not come out of his corner after the end of the eighth round and referee Tony Weeks awarded the fight to the Filipino. FULL STORY

Manny Pacquiao leaves no doubt against Oscar de la Hoya

Reporting from Las Vegas — On a stunning Saturday night in Las Vegas, you could almost hear the 90 million people on those Pacific Islands thousands of miles to the West, screaming in delight. Their guy, Manny Pacquiao, the pride of the Philippines, had just beaten Oscar De La Hoya. FULL STORY


Manny Pacquiao beats Oscar de la Hoya in brutal welterweight showdown 

MANNY Pacquiao punished Oscar de la Hoya for eight rounds Saturday, his technical knockout triumph over the US superstar underscoring the Filipino icon’s status as best pound-for-pound fighter in the world. FULL STORY



EL UNIVERSAL (Venezuala)
Pacquiao da cátedra de boxeo a De La Hoya en el combate soñado

Las Vegas- Podría haber sido un sueño, pero fue toda una realidad la que protagonizó el campeón mundial filipino Manny Pacquiao al ganar por nocáut técnico en el octavo asalto al estadounidense Oscar De La Hoya, una de las grandes estrellas que ha tenido el deporte del boxeo en los últimos 16 años. FULL STORY 



Pacquiao masterclass stuns De la Hoya

MANNY Pacquiao confirmed his status as the world’s best pound-for-pound boxer last night with a stunning, lop-sided victory in Las Vegas over Oscar De La Hoya, one that – if sense prevails – will send boxing‘s “golden boy” into retirement and propel Ricky Hatton towards the most sustained and serious preparation of his career. The Manchester boxer is hoping to fight the Filipino in England next May, probably at Wembley. He had better be more than ready. FULL STORY


Manny can Pac a punch 

FIGHT fans who believe in reincarnation will assume Henry Armstrong has returned to earth in the shape of Manny Pacquiao. FULL STORY 

LE MONDE FR. (France)

Manny Pacquiao bien trop fort pour Oscar de la Hoya 

Le boxeur philippin Manny Pacquiao a surmonté son handicap de taille pour infliger à l’Américain Oscar de la Hoya un leçon conclue sur un KO technique à la 9e reprise, samedi à Las Vegas, lors d’un combat sans titre en jeu, en douze reprises catégorie welters. FULL STORY



Pacquiao pummels aging De La Hoya

LAS VEGAS, Nevada (AP) — Manny Pacquiao dominated his bigger and more famous opponent from the opening bell Saturday night, giving Oscar De La Hoya such a beating he declined to come out of his corner after the eighth round. The fight was so lopsided and De La Hoya looked so inept that it could spell the end for boxing’s richest and most marketable star. FULL STORY

BBC Online
Pacquiao stops ‘empty’ De la Hoya

Manny Pacquiao dominated Oscar de la Hoya from the start to win Saturday’s welterweight super-fight in Las Vegas. The Filipino gave his bigger, more famous opponent such a beating that De la Hoya declined to come out of his corner after the eighth round. FULL STORY

Mismatch indeed: Pacquiao dominates De La Hoya

LAS VEGAS — The legions who criticized the Oscar De La Hoya vs. Manny Pacquiao fight as a mismatch were right. But it didn’t go the way they banked on it going. LAS VEGAS — The legions who criticized the Oscar De La Hoya vs. Manny Pacquiao fight as a mismatch were right. But it didn’t go the way they banked on it going. FULL STORY

7 December 2008 at 11:00 pm 1 comment

[UPDATE] ‘I’m not shocked. It’s almost expected’–De la Hoya


KARLOS RANSA, YouTube Review

“I’m not shocked… it’s almost expected,” Oscar de la Hoya declared shortly after he stepped out of the ring following his crushing defeat to Filipino folk hero Manny Pacquiao Saturday at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.

“Manny Pacquiao is a great fighter,” said De la Hoya, who only for the second time in his 16-year professional boxing career was stopped in a fight. “He deserves all the accolades.”

Pacquiao, billed as the top pound-for-pound fighter in the world, dominated his bigger opponent throughout the entire eight-round bout, badly beating De la Hoya that he refused to come out of his corner after the last round.

“He fights a tremendous fight,” De la Hoya told HBO Sports. “Manny Pacquiao boxed on his toes very well and he waited for me to make the mistakes.”

Some wonder if his reduced weight had something to do with the battering he got from the reigning WBC Lightweight Champion.

De la Hoya had to weigh less than his normal fighting weight so he could face Pacquiao in the welterweight bout billed The Dream Match.  In his seven-year boxing career, it was the first time he fought at 147 pounds. When he stepped onto the scales before the fight began, he was unofficially weighing a pound less than Pacquiao’s 148.5.

But the 35-year-old Mexican American would not attribute his defeat to the issue of weight.

“He’s just a good fighter and I have nothing bad to say abut him,” said De la Hoya, an Olympic gold medalist and a 10-time world champion in six weight classes. “Manny Pacquiao prepared for this like a true champion.”

Was De la Hoya shocked at his defeat, which pundits say could signal the end of his stellar boxing career?

“I’m not shocked. At this stage, when you face a great fighter like Manny then you know it’s almost expected,” he said.

De la Hoya still wouldn’t like to call it quits actually. “My heart still wants to fight, that’s for sure. But when your physical doesn’t respond, what can you do? So I have to be smart and make sure I think about my future.”

Would this loss send him into retirement?

“We’ll see what happens. Like I said, I love the sport. When it’s not your night and a true champion beats you, obviously there’s another day tomorrow.”

7 December 2008 at 8:15 pm Leave a comment

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