Monday, November 28, 2011

MQAPC Joins PACSA 32nd Annual National Convention and Seminar-Workshop

Upholding MQAPC’s core values: integrity, service and excellence, MQAPC’s administrators (Dr. Elena D. Cuvin, College President and Engr. Benjamin Moronia, Jr., College Secretary), campus advisers (Mr. Gerard Gaza, OSA Head and Mrs. Myraine Carluen-Policarpio, MQAPC Scribes Publication Adviser), and student leaders (Desiree Ignacio and Franz Paolo Camargo, SG President and Vice-President respectively, and Robby Camacho, MQAPC Scribes Editor-in-Chief) were the delegates in this annual convention for both campus advisers and student leaders.

The said Philippine Association of Campus Student Advisers (PACSA) 32nd Annual National Convention and a Seminar-Workshop for Campus Advisers and 16th Annual National Convention and Seminar-Workshop for Student Leaders held on November 26-29, 2011 at Teachers Camp, Baguio City had a theme “Leveling up Best Practices in Campus Advising and Student Leadership”.

The following is a list of sessions, aimed towards effective and efficient campus advising and student leadership:

(1) Beyond Expectations in Campus Advising and Student Leadership
(2) Book Smart is Not Enough: Learning the Fundamental Behavioral Competencies – PMAP Advocacy
(3) Environmental Conservation and Protection: Impact of School-Based Programs – Green Peace Phils.
(4) Issues and Concerns in Campus Journalism/Media in Campus Advising and Student Leadership
(5) Transcending Campus Advising and Student Leadership for Nation-Building – BIDAHAN
(6) Think Before You Click: Impact and Prospects of Internet and Other Emerging Forms of Computer-Mediated Communication
(7) Disaster Awareness and Risk Reduction Management: Impact of School-Based Programs

Supported by Atty. Julius Babista, MQAPC-BOT Secretary and PACSA President, this prestigious event and such a fun-learning experience for all the PACSANs has certainly served its purpose and has successfully met its objectives.

Being part of this respected and noble organization aimed towards promoting excellence in campus advising and student leadership, PACSANs went back to their respective schools, colleges and universities with a bunch of new learning experiences, a handful of relevant skill acquisitions and most of all, some unforgettable moments of laughter and friendship.

Truly, MQAPC indeed lives up to its motto: Learning to live life; living life’s learning. This venture has again given the college such a great opportunity to maximize its resources, highlight its strengths and widen its horizons in the attainment of its institutional objectives.


Source: MQAPC SCRIBES (Mrs. Myraine Carluen - Policarpio)

PACSA, a non-profit nationwide organization of campus advisers, is committed to provide opportunities for the development of talents and potentials of campus advisers and students to become effective instruments of total transformation; initiate the love and zeal for knowledge and wisdom through dynamic and well-planned co-curricular programs and activities; exemplify the values of love, peace, unity, harmony, cooperation, and respect for the dignity of the person and the preservation of the environments; and to instill appreciation for and understanding of the country’s cultural and literary heritage while recognizing international change geared towards the acquisition of national identity and global cooperation. # # #

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Angelicopter - Radio DJ Magic 89.9

Angelicopter? Who is she? - This question hit my mind when I saw the 'term' (now I knew that it was a name) trending at Yahoo News Philippines, Y! News.

Then I tried to search over the web some info and details to help me out and so that I can relate. Oh well, I am so surprised to read web pages about it and see her pics. Here are some things I have found: (Then please tell me your insights.) Happy reading!

Name: Angelika Schmeing-Cruz

Twitter: @a_schmeing

Height: 5'7 (no heels) Age: 26 Civil Status: Married (with a child)

Occupation: Head of Strategic Marketing, Land Rover Philippines.

College: University of Asia and Pacific (Political Economy/Int'l Relations)

Credits: Please visit this page. Click HERE.

More Info... I found HERE. Please hit a visit too.

Now, Mo twister invited a new girl named Angelika to the show to substitute for Grace. Angelika was an avid fan of the show and called the show months ago. On Monday, this girl called up and gracious Mo invited her to take ove Grace Lee’s place temporarily. Mo twister admitted to his blog that he has been receiving tons of emails if the new girl Angelika will replace Grace Lee.

Mo quickly clarified that there is no way Grace will be replaced. If there is a need for Angelika to stay in the show, it will be an addition to the group not to replace Grace. Angelika was also called " Angeli-copter." Wonder why? According to her, whenever her husband opens the car door for her, he’d definitely get the a helicopter move, an interesting position for a very sensitive subject. So this chic is a sucker for gentleman moves. A lot of guys think she’s a certified MILF!

The last info about about this hot momma will make guys sigh with disappointment. You better look for your own helicopter girl .

Want to read her personal blog? Oh well, please see her page HERE.

Thanks everyone.

Friday, November 18, 2011

God Gave Me You... And Forever I'd be so Grateful to Him

It was on December 14, 2002 when we started our own love story, a romantic piece that should be treasured and cherished for a lifetime. We had our own ups and downs but we managed to keep a promise and stay together.

We've got the best love story to share ... a friendship turned into something special, a friendship bloomed into something sweeter, and a relationship that could spell out F-O-R-E-V-E-R.

True enough that there are no fairy tales but there can always be happy endings - because we tied a knot on December 16, 2006 (just right after our four-year engagement). It was a very wonderful experience, an awesome memento that I'd always look back.

Walking down the aisle, hearing you sing love songs intended for me, and seeing you standing there with our families, loved ones, relatives and friends, above all, so close to God, made me feel more tensed yet so overwhelmed and excited.

Then Eieo came in to make our love story better, happier and more exciting to share... such a blessing that we would forever be thankful for. Today I live a happy, simple life that I couldn't ask for more. I am fulfilled and blessed, enough to make me feel so inspired and overwhelmed.

Happy Anniversary, sweetie. Wishing us more years together as we keep our love burning. You are indeed a blessing.

I love you.

With all that, we will surely be each other's First and Last.
Cheers to a happier and a more blessed marriage.

♥♥♥ Mommy Mai ♥♥♥

God Gave Me You – Bryan White

For all the times I felt cheated, I complained
You know how I love to complain
For all the wrongs I repeated, though I was to blame
I still cursed that rain
I didn’t have a prayer, didn’t have a clue

Then out of the blue
God gave me you to show me what’s real
There’s more to life than just how I feel
And all that I’m worth is right before my eyes
And all that I live for though I didn’t know why
Now I do, ’cause God gave me you

For all the times I wore my self pity like a favorite shirt
All wrapped up in that hurt
For every glass I saw, I saw half empty
Now it overflows like a river through my soul
From every doubt I had, I’m finally free

I truly believe
God gave me you to show me what’s real
There’s more to life than just how I feel
And all that I’m worth is right before my eyes
And all that I live for though I didn’t know why
Now I do, ’cause God gave me you

In your arms I’m someone new
With ever tender kiss from you
Oh must confess
I’ve been blessed
God gave me you to show me what’s real
There’s more to life than just how I feel
And all that I’m worth is right before my eyes
And all that I live for though I didn’t know why (didn’t know why)
Now I do (I finally do), ’cause God gave me you (God gave me You)
God gave me you

Sunday, November 13, 2011

World Toilet Day: November 19, 2011

In 2001 WTO declared 19th November World Toilet Day (WTD). Today it is celebrated in over 19 countries with over 51 events being hosted by various water and sanitation advocates.

World Toilet Organization created WTD to raise global awareness of the struggle 2.6 billion face every day without access to proper, clean sanitation.WTD also brings to the forefront the health, emotional and psychological consequences the poor endure as a result of inadequate sanitation.

WTD's popularity is gaining momentum, and in 2010 there were 51 events spanning 19 countries. Our "Big Squat" campaign generated 24 "Big Squats" globally and in Singapore over 600 squatters joined the cause in six locations island-wide. WTO would love to see our day become "The" event that represents the sanitation crisis globally, and we strongly encourage our members, volunteers, the community, media and partners to get behind our cause and support our day.

Saturday, 19 November 2011

It's ten years since the first World Toilet Day and there are still 2.6 billion people with nowhere safe, private or hygienic to go to the toilet.

Readers of the British Medical Journal voted sanitation the single greatest medical advance of the last 150 years – yet a lack of investment in basic facilities to prevent diarrhoeal diseases means scarce health resources are diverted to treat them; people suffering from these diseases currently fill half the hospital beds in developing countries.

And it's not just making people sick – it's killing them too; diarrhoea kills a child every 20 seconds. In fact, diarrhoea kills more children every year than AIDS, malaria and measles combined.

It's a disgrace that this completely preventable crisis continues to blight the lives of billions worldwide. That's why, to mark World Toilet Day this year, Crisis Talks on water and sanitation will be taking place across the world.

Local people in the communities most affected by the crisis will be meeting their representatives to demand urgent action.

You can join them by visiting your own MP to highlight some of these important issues and how the UK Government can help.

If you'd like to help WaterAid push this urgent message up the political agenda by visiting your MP, please get in touch with Rebecca Owen at for more details.

We believe the UK can be a great champion in addressing this crisis. But it's crucial that Andrew Mitchell, Secretary of State for International Development, has support from the rest of Parliament.

At a time when international aid is controversial, we have a very clear message:

Sanitation is the most cost-effective of any health intervention.
Poor water and sanitation costs Sub-Saharan Africa around 5% of its GDP each year, equivalent to the amount of aid the continent currently receives from western nations.
For every £1 invested in water and sanitation, £8 is returned in increased economic productivity.

World Toilet Organization
World Toilet Organization (WTO) is a global non-profit organization committed to improving toilet and sanitation conditions worldwide. WTO focuses on toilets instead of water, which receives more attention and resources under the common subject of sanitation.

Founded in 2001 with 15 members, it now has 151 member organizations in 53 countries working towards eliminating the toilet taboo and delivering sustainable sanitation.

WTO is also the organizer of the World Toilet Summits and World Toilet Expo and Forum.

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Reynaldo Mondez and Romeo Doneza: Their Winning Photos are Exceptional

Congrats, Filipinos! You made every Filipino proud. Keep it up! Thanks for being one of the GOOD NEWS - You are an inspiration to everyone. GOD bless. More power!

Reynaldo Mondez and Romeo Doneza, thank you. Your successes are Ours too. Kudos! Cheers!

Thumbs up. Mommy Mai

Happy Reading!

Showcasing exceptional talent and creativity, Filipino photographers topped the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) - sponsored photo contest, the Department of Foreign Affairs announced in a statement Thursday.

Reynaldo Mondez and Romeo Doneza bagged the first and second prizes with their entries “Solar Energy Panels” and “World Wide,” respectively. They stood out from the 204 photos submitted by 95 photographers from 17 APEC member-economies.

Wong Chi Keung from Hong Kong won the third prize for his entry “No-Boundary Network.”
“I am very happy and truly humbled by this experience,” Mondez said as quoted from a release from the APEC secretariat. Mondez is a retired photographer from the National Housing Authority and currently runs a small wedding photography business with his son in Manila.

Two other Filipino photographers, Ellen de Leon and Robert Anton Pimentel, made it to the top 10 with their respective entries “Winds of Change” and “Economic Harmony.”

The winners, which were announced Tuesday in Honolulu, were chosen by a panel of international judges based on the following criteria: quality of photograph, composition, overall impact and artistic merit.

Symbol of hope and sustainable future

The winning entries also best reflected APEC’s 2011 priorities of strengthening regional economic integration, advancing regulatory cooperation and promoting green growth.
“The photo is a symbol of hope for a sustainable future, even in the most remote parts of the Philippines,” Mondez said, explaining his winning photo of children playing basketball next to a hut and a solar energy panel, which was taken in a rural village in Rizal province.

He added that through his photo, he was hoping that he could convey the importance of making renewable energy more accessible by lowering the cost of the technology.
To solicit comments and votes, APEC posted the top 10 photos on its Facebook page. Mondez received over 4,600 “likes,” which also won him the APEC Popular Choice Award.

If you wish to see their winning photos, please click HERE.


Puerto Princesa Underground River - New 7 Wonders of Nature

Every Filipino is praying and looking forward to the Puerto Princesa Underground River to be one of the official New 7 Wonders of Nature. And that I am keeping my fingers crossed. With that, I TGIF.

T.G.I.F. ---> Thank GOD I am a Filipino!

Puerto Princesa Underground River was chosen as one of the provisional New 7 Wonders of Nature. The voting calculation is now being checked, validated and independently verified, and the confirmed winners would be announced starting early 2012 during the Official Inauguration ceremonies. Congratulations to all Filipinos!

More Updates
The Philippines' Puerto Princesa Underground River, the Amazon rainforest, Vietnam's Halong Bay and Argentina's Iguazu Falls were named among the world's new seven wonders of nature, according to organizers of a global poll.

The other three crowned the world's natural wonders are South Korea's Jeju Island, Indonesia's Komodo, and South Africa's Table Mountain, said the New7Wonders foundation, citing provisional results.

Final results will be announced early 2012, said the Swiss foundation, warning however that there may yet be changes between the provisional winners and the final list.

Sites which have failed to make the cut include Tanzania's Mount Kilimanjaro, the Dead Sea and the US Grand Canyon.

The poll organized by Swiss foundation New7Wonders has attracted great interest, mobilizing celebrities including Argentinian football star Lionel Messi calling on fans to pick his home country's Iguazu Falls.

The results came after a long consultation process lasting from December 2007 to July 2009, when world citizens were asked to put forward sites which they deemed were natural wonders.

More than a million votes were cast to trim the list of more than 440 contenders in over 220 countries down to a shortlist of 77.

The group was then further cut to the 28 finalists by a panel of experts.

Anyone in the world was then able to vote for the final seven via telephone, text messages or Internet social networks.

The Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park
It is located about 50 kilometres (30 mi) north of the city centre of Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines. The river also called Puerto Princesa Underground River. The National Park is located in the Saint Paul Mountain Range on the northern coast of the island. It is bordered by St. Paul Bay to the north and the Babuyan River to the east. The City Government of Puerto Princesa has managed the National Park since 1992. It is also known as St. Paul's Subterranean River National Park, or St. Paul Underground River. The entrance to the Subterranean River is a short hike from the town of Sabang.

The Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park (PPSRNP) is one of the most important biodiversity conservation areas of the Philippines. It features a spectacular limestone or karst landscape that contains an 8.2 km long underground river. A distinguishing feature of the river is that it flows directly into the sea, and the lower half portion of the river is brackish and subject to tidal influence. The area also represents significant habitat for biodiversity conservation. It contains a full mountain to the sea ecosystem and protects forests, which are among the most significant in Asia.

The PPPSRNP is designated a core area for the Palawan Biosphere Reserve under the Man and Biosphere Program. In recognition of its globally significant natural properties, it was inscribed to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization’s of (UNESCO) List of Natural World Heritage Sites. Inscription to the list confirms the exceptional and universal value of the Site that deserves to be protected for the benefit of all humanity.

The PPSRNP is managed by the City Government of Puerto Princesa based on a program centered on environmental conservation and sustainable development. It has the distinction of being the first national park devolved and successfully managed by a Local Government Unit. It has been cited as an example of best practices for biodiversity conservation and sustainable tourism in the Philippines.

The Puerto Princesa Underground River is reputed to be the longest navigable underground river in the World. It is one of the few such rivers which the public can easily experience and appreciate. It is the official entry of the Philippines and is 1 of the 28 finalists to the Search for the New 7 Wonders of Nature.

It is a source of pride and a key element in the identity of the people of Puerto Princesa in particular, and of the Philippines as a whole.

Founded in 2001 by filmmaker Bernard Weber in Zurich, the foundation New7Wonders is based on the same principle on which the seven ancient wonders of the world were established. That list of seven wonders was attributed to Philon of Byzantium in ancient Greece.

New7Wonders said its aim is to create a global memory by garnering participation worldwide. But even as the natural wonders poll came to a close, the New7Wonders foundation has set its eyes on a new survey -- the top seven cities of the world. Participating cities will be announced on January 1, 2012.

Mommy Mai

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Our Prayer for an Angel - Maria Stella

Prayer for Stella

Almighty Father, eternal God, hear our prayers for Your daughter, Stella, whom You have called from this life. Give her eternal rest as You let her pass in safety through the gates of death, and live forever with all Your saints in the light You promised to Abraham and to all his descendants in faith. Guard her from all harm; and on that great day of resurrection and reward, raise her up with all Your saints. In Your mercy and love, forgive whatever sins she may have committed and grant her eternal life in Your kingdom.

Lord Jesus, our Redeemer, You willingly gave up Yourself to death so that all people might be saved and pass from death into a new life. Listen to our prayers; look with love on Your people who mourn and pray for Stella. Lord Jesus, You alone are holy and compassionate; forgive her sins. By dying, You opened the gates of life for those who believe in You; may Your perpetual light shine upon her. Receive her soul and bestow her to God, the Most High. By Your glorious power, give Stella light, joy, and peace in heaven where You live for ever and ever.


Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Regine and Ogie: Happy Parents of Baby Nathaniel James

Congrats! I certainly know how they feel. :-)

Nathaniel James
or Nate Velasquez-Alcasid

Ogie Alcasid has more good news for friends and followers.

His and wife Regine Velasquez’s first-born, Nathaniel James or Nate for short, is “latching on to mom (Regine) for breastfeeding so he can catch up with weight.”

The third-time dad reports that Baby Nathaniel weighed a light 4.4 pounds when he was born at 7:47 p.m. last Nov. 8 at the Makati Medical Center.

He told Yahoo! Philippines OMG! that this is because his son wasn’t due to come out yet at that time. Baby Nate was expected to be born on or around Nov. 22 yet.

“However, Dra. Lilibeth Genuino decided to do a Caesarean Section last night because Reg’s (Regine’s) amniotic fluid was low and sugar was quite high due to gestational diabetes.”

The proud dad can how heave a sigh of relief. His wife and son are doing well and he is thankful for the prayers they got from family and friends.

In a previous interview, Ogie said he and Regine chose the name Nathaniel for their baby because it means “gift from God."

Ogie has two other children, Leila and Sarah by former wife Michelle van Eimeren, who is now based in Australia with the two girls. With a report from Walden Martinez Belen

Campus Journalism: A Lift for Academic Freedom in Students

(RA 7079) The Campus Journalism Act of 1991 is perhaps one of the strongest laws protecting the rights of the youth, particularly student journalists, and preserving the integrity of student publications.

However, in many cases, many institutions do not follow these rules, or balatantly disobeys the law. And we cannot blame them; being owners of the institutions editors belong to, they believe that they must have complete control over the publications, even if the law provides otherwise. I would want my opinion to be taken hypothetically.

There are many advantages to a free student publication: First, it trains the students on journalism and provides an avenue to concretely practice truth, fairness, and balance. These are values taught better by experience, and supplemented by the classroom.

Second, it provides check and balance for the administrators, the student councils, and the students. Campus journalists and publications become the students’ eyes in things that the institutions hide.

Third, it safeguards democracy in the campus level. Campus publications, being an independent entity, is accountable to nobody but its readers and protect democracy and freeedom of expression while encouraging the readers to do the same.

Campus journalism is important, for it safeguards the halls and the posts of democracy and provides the student readers a deeper perspective; things that happen under their noses. As journalists, let us help in protecting its existence by enforcing the law protecting it.

Now is the time.

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Miss Philippines Wins 1st Runner-up in Miss World 2011

Miss Philippines is 1st Runner-up in Miss World 2011
The Miss Philippines World, Gwendoline Ruais, was crowned first runner up during the recently concluded Miss World 2011 pageant held in London on November 6, 2011.

Gwendoline Ruais is a French-Filipina who is a six-feet tall young lady from Muntinlupa City, Philippines.

Miss Philippines, Gwendoline Ruais is 1st Runner-up of Miss World 2011

113 beautiful Candidates from all over the world graced the stage of Earls Court but 3 lovely candidates reach the top. Miss Philippines, Gwendoline Ruais was named 1st Runner-up in the just concluded Miss World 2011 Pageant held last Sunday night at Earls Court in London. While Miss Puerto Rico, Amanda Perez is the 2nd Runner-up and from the land of beautiful women Miss Venezuela, Ivian Lunasol Sarcos Colmenares, a human resources graduate was named Miss World 2011.

The top 7 are Miss England, Miss Korea, Miss Philippines, Miss Puerto Rico, Miss Scotland, Miss South Africa and Miss Venezuela.
While the pageant was going on, Feminists outside the venue are voicing out their protest against the beauty contest such as Miss World pageant.

Miss World 2011 1st Runner-up: Miss Philippines, Gwendoline Ruais

Miss World 2011 2nd Runner-up: Miss Puerto Rico, Amanda Perez

Gwendoline Ruais is Miss World first runner-up
by Rose Eclarinal, ABS-CBN Europe News Bureau

LONDON - Miss Philippines Gwendoline Ruais was named first runner-up during the Miss World beauty pageant's coronation night at Earls Court, London, Sunday.

Miss Venezuela Ivian Sarcos was crowned Miss World 2011 winner. Miss Puerto Rico Amanda Victoria Vilanova Perez came third.

Miss World Organization chairman and chief executive Julia Morley said there was only a small difference between the scores of Miss Venezuela and Miss Philippines in their fight for the crown.

Ruais was happy to have the support of her fellow Filipinos who flocked to Earl Court to watch the pageant. She said she was offering her crown to her parents and Filipino kababayan.

In an interview with Ruais after the coronation, she said her nervousness was gone and she only wanted a good night's sleep.

The beauty queen said she had only wanted to give honor to the Philippines. After placing first runner-up, Ruais expressed hope that Filipinos would be proud and happy for her achievement in this competition.

Saturday, November 5, 2011

Miss World 2011 Winners - Miss Philippines Takes Pride

Miss Philippines, Gwendoline Ruais will surely make her way to the top - bringing home the crown. With that, all Filipinos are with you in your prayers and desires of being our very first Miss World 2011. God bless you and may He grant your heart's desires.

Cheers, Mommy Mai

Miss World 2011 Info and Updates:

Miss World 2011, the 61st edition of the Miss World pageant is scheduled to take place at the Earls Court Two on November 6, 2011 in London. As part of the events, the contestants also traveled to Edinburgh, Scotland between October 23 and October 27. Alexandria Mills of the United States will crown her successor at the end of the event. Although over 120 delegates were expected to compete, problems regarding the timely acquisition of visas prevented several candidates from participating, thus reducing the final number to 113.

On Monday, November 7, GMA-7 airs the 2011 Miss World Pageant, which takes place at the Earls Court Exhibition Center, London, England.

Filipinos all over the world are excited to watch the country’s representative, Gwendoline Ruais, who was crowned as the first ever Miss World Philippines last September.

Gwen has been receiving praises and attracting attention for her outstanding performance in the international pageant. She has been short listed for the Fast Track or pre-pageant events –swimsuit, modeling and presentation of charities and causes.

If she manages to win any of the Fast Track events, Gwen will automatically qualify for the final round of the competition.

Support Gwen and join the prayers of the whole nation for her success! Watch the 2011 Miss World Pageant via satellite this Monday, 10 a.m., only on GMA-7.

Miss World 2011 - 3 Filipina beauties vie for the crown

Miss World 2011 is going to be exciting for the pageant-fanatic Filipinos. It is because among the 113 candidates of this year's pageant, three of them have Filipino blood, increasing the chance of a Pinay beauty to finally earn the most elusive international beauty title for the Philippines. They are Miss Philippines Gwendoline Ruais, Miss Canada Riza Santos and Miss Denmark Maya Olesen.

Pacquiao Wins Over Marquez : Pacquiao vs. Marquez 3

On November 12/13, 2011, Pacquiao wins again over Marquez (for the third time) ... And yes, it was the hope and the prayer of most Filipinos - that Pacman for the Nth time will again give pride to our Motherland. God bless you. Cheers!

The Grand Finale.
Mommy Mai

Picture Acknowledgment... Kirby Loves Tacos (Thanks! Great pic! Awesome. Kudos!)

Manny Pacquiao will once again face his long term rival Juan Manuel Marquez in an awesome display of brawl this November. As both fighters fighting it off in their golden years, boxing is definitely in the hands of both fighters as they prove that boxing is not yet dead. This certainly a far cry as fans keeps on craving for Pacquiao to fight for Mayweather.

All eyes are on Manny Pacquiao as he is now in tip top shape.. with his power and speed are improving every now and then this makes Juan Manuel Marquez in danger because of the training preparation of his rival Manny Pacquiao. Many thoughts that this could be an end of all the criticisms and controversies put in their last two fights. Manny Pacquiao would simply perform into the highest level and will dispatch Juan Manuel Marquez come fight night on November 12, 2011 at LGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.

Pacquiao never been estimated every opponent he had and once its training time he see to it that projected goals will be hit and he will be in good condition. This is living proof to a fighter who has so much dedication on his career and never back down to any opponents being fitted against him. Pacquiao always brings big opportunity to every aspect in the business and once he fought everything are gaining. It is also a big leverage for his foe because they can earn from it is their biggest payday in their career. Juan Manuel Marquez knows what at stake on their 3rd fight that is why knows best what would be his preparation against Pacquiao.

Manny Pacquiao promises something for this Pacquiao-Marquez Trilogy that this could be a different result.. if his 2 previous fights against Juan Manuel Marquez turned out to be a controversy, the Pacquiao-Marquez 3 would be classic, explosive and brutal collision. Pacquiao assured that he will stop all the talking and he will let Juan Manuel Marquez feel that fighting Pacquiao is a hell.

Manny Pacquiao, 32, telling his friends and specially his camp that he doesn’t want his 3rd fight against Marquez to be decided by the judges opposite to their 2 previous fights. But many believe that Pacquiao is a clear winner but because Marquez fought extremely well, it was being criticized and marred with controversies. But with Manny Pacquiao supreme performance majority of the fight fans would say that Pacquiao really won that fight. Just to close this Pacquiao-Marquez Trilogy, somebody will go down.

Pacquiao-Marquez 3 will be the most anticipated fight of 2011 and this will break all the records in PPV buys for this year and it will save HBO from a lower sales this year. Pacquiao will prove something that all of his PPV sales are genuine and he can bring millions in the table every fight easily.

Manny Pacquiao (53-3-2, 38 knockouts) grinned his way through being questioned about his fervent effort to get ready for the 38-year-old Juan Manuel Marquez.

“I’m focusing on my strength and speed,” Pacquiao said. “They’re watching my body, so I don’t become too big. I control my training, step by step, until the time comes to fight. I want to be gradual in my training.”

Pacquiao-Marquez 3 on November 12, 2011 at MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA!

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Manny Pacquiao vs Juan Manuel Marquez