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FREE: De la Hoya vs. Pacquiao Video


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In this page, you will find the De la Hoya vs Pacquiao video, pre fight and post fight analysis, round by round updates and everything else about the bout.

THE FULL FIGHT STREAMING VIDEO IS HERE (FREE): Please click the appropriate button below the video to watch the entire bout in full screen and high resolution. Enjoy!!!


– Pacquiao is now being called as the “Fighter of the Decade!”.
– Boxing forum regulars now talking about a possible Pacman vs. Mayweather bout as Pacman demolished ODLH is a more spectacular fashion. about 2 hours ago from web
– De la Hoya’s left eye almost closed.
– Pacquiao wins
– De la Hoya quits at the start of round 9.
– All rounds in Pacman’s favor.

Round by round and other updates in this link

De la Hoya Pacquiao Articles:

07 December (Manila): 1st Pacquiao De la Hoya Post Fight Narrative and a short Analysis.

07 December (Manila): Philippines Unite as Pacquiao Fights Oscar De la Hoya

11 November 2008: De la Hoya Vs. Pacquiao Pre-fight Analysis

07 November 2008: Live Updates Widget Installed

15 September: A Dream Mismatch?

10 September 2008: Oscar De la Hoya: Boxing’s Golden Boy

28 August 2008: $100-M Fight Announcement

28 August 2008: Boxing’s Weight Classes

TALE OF THE TAPE

Name

Manny Pacquiao

Oscar De la Hoya

Alias

Pacman

Golden Boy

Stance

Southpaw

Orthodox

Height

5'6 ½ ” (169 cm)

5'10” (177.9 cm)

Reach

67

73

Record

(47-3-2, 35 KOs)

(39-5-0, 30 KOs)

Birthdate (Age)

December 17, 1978 (29 years old)

February 04, 1973 (35 years old)

Nationality

Filipino

American

Race

Filipino

Mexican-American

Residence

Bukidnon, Philippines

Los Angeles, California, United States

Birthplace

General Santos City, Philippines

Montebello, CA, USA

Remark

Started his professional career as a Light Flyweight(106 lbs) and currently holds the WBC lightweight crown (135 lbs).

Won the Golden Gloves Featherweight championship on 1989. Had a superb amateur career that had him winning a streak of medals highlighted by the Lightweight Olympic gold (1992). Last fought as a middleweight on 2007.