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The Sunday Times Magazine January 14, 2017

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The Sunday Times Magazine January 21, 2017

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The Sunday Times Magazine January 14, 2017

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The Sunday Times Magazine January 07, 2017

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The Sunday Times Magazine January 29, 2017

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The Sunday Times Magazine January 22, 2017

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The Sunday Times Magazine January 15, 2017

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The Sunday Times Magazine January 08, 2017

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The Sunday Times Magazine January 01, 2017

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BALKMAN AND BROWNLEE: From B and B to B versus B

Renaldo Balkman and Justin Brownlee – alongside Ray Parks Jr., of course – were the driving forces behind Alab Pilipinas’ championship in the 2017-2018 Asean Basketball League. The Philippines’ reinforcements perfectly complemented one another on the court and also became companions off of it. In fact, Balkman has, for several times, referred to their partnership as “B & B.” Still, the two knew full well that away from Alab and the ABL, they may find themselves on opposite sides. That is especially true in the PBA where Balkman’s rights are with San Miguel while Brownlee’s rights are with Ginebra. As such, even then, “B & B” were well aware that there could be “B vs B.” “Whenever we will be opponents, it will be a tough game. He can do a lot of things on the floor so he’s a tough matchup,” Brownlee said in an interview last January. He then continued, “But for sure, it’s gonna be very exciting.” Now, “B vs B” is indeed happening when the Beermen and Balkman take on the Gin Kings and Brownlee on Sunday. And just like his counterpart, Balkman only promised an exciting matchup. As he put it, “We gonna put on a show. We gonna give the fans a great game.” He then continued, “Imma come out there and play my game and I know he’s gonna come out and play his (game). May the best man win.” Still, the Puerto Rican was also quick to add that his bond with the American would never be broken. “That’s my brother, man. We was in the trenches about a month ago and now, we just have to play head-to-head,” he said. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

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The Sunday Times Magazine February 04, 2017

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144 ASG men surrendered, 128 killed in 2017 – military

The military’s Western Mindanao Command (WestMinCom) on Sunday reported that 144 members of the terrorist Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) have surrendered to the government since January 7 last year. Lt. Gen. Carlito Galvez Jr., WestMinCom commander, said of the 144 Abu Sayyaf surrenderers, 70 were from Basilan province, 53 from Sulu and 21 from Tawi-Tawi. [...] The post 144 ASG men surrendered, 128 killed in 2017 – military appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

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The Sunday Times Magazine December 31, 2017

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Milan Melindo out to capture second world title in Japan

Earlier this year, ALA Boxing standout and reigning IBF junior flyweight world champion Milan 'El Metodico' Melindo captured his first world championship in Japan, shocking the world by knocking out long-time champion Akira Yaegashi.  On New Year's Eve, Melindo has the chance to end the year pretty much the same way, as he steps into the squared circle on the final day of 2017 to challenge reiging WBA junior flyweight world champion Ryoichi Taguchi in a title unification bout, Sunday in Tokyo, Japan.  2017 has been nothing short of spectacular for the 29-year old Melindo.  After knocking out Yaegashi in Tokyo back in May, Melindo successfully defended his title at home in Cebu at Pinoy Pride 41 against South Africa's Hekkie Budler in an entertaining twelve-round affair.  After capturing the IBF belt in May, Melindo made it clear that his goal was to become the king of the junior flyweights, intending on capturing all of the four major world titles in the 108-pound weight division.  "Parang super champion ka na, kung makuha mo yung apat na high-position belt, yung WBA, WBO, IBF tsaka WBC, parang king ka na sa isang timbang. Ikaw ang may hawak sa isang timbang." On New Year’s Eve, Melindo gets the chance to move a step closer to his goal when he tries to snatch the WBA title from Taguchi. It won’t be an easy task however, as Taguchi has kept a firm grasp on the crown since 2014, having successfully defended it seven times in the last two years. For the second time this year, Melindo faces a hostile pro-Japan crowd in Tokyo. For the Cagayan de Oro native, a repeat of history would be in his favor.   Milan Melindo and Ryoichi Taguchi battle for the IBF and WBA junior flyweight belts on Sunday, December 31st at the Ota City General Gymnasium in Tokyo, Japan. Catch the telecast on Tuesday, January 2nd at 8:00 PM only on S+A channel 23! .....»»

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The Sunday Times Magazine December 24, 2017

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The Sunday Times Magazine December 17, 2017

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The Sunday Times Magazine December 10, 2017

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The Sunday Times Magazine December 10, 2017

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The Sunday Times Magazine December 03, 2017

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The Sunday Times Magazine November 26, 2017

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The Sunday Times Magazine November 26, 2017

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