Thursday, May 21, 2009

Boom Boom Pow (Black Eyed Peas)

The Black Eyed Peas are back with "Boom Boom Pow," and the group doesn't want to give you the same old thing. With this single, from their forthcoming album The E.N.D., they hope to prove to everyone they're not the same band who gave the world "My Humps."

On The Set Of: Black Eyed Peas - Boom Boom Pow (Music Video)

Black Eyed Peas - Boom Boom Pow[Official Video][2009 Release]

The Black Eyed Peas Performing Boom Boom Pow Live on Jimmy Kimmel

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

MANNY PACQUIAO's Star-Studded Victory Party at the CONGA ROOM in LOS ANGELES - Videos Aired May 6, 2009

The boxer known as 'Pac-Man' follows his Hatton knockout by singing in downtown L.A. -- after the Laker game, of course. Why not? He's already released a couple of singles in the Philippines.

By Yvonne Villarreal
May 6, 2009

Manny "Pac-Man" Pacquiao may be called the world's top pound-for-pound boxer, especially after a second-round knockout victory against Ricky "The Hitman" Hatton over the weekend in Las Vegas. But Monday night he was, pound-for-pound, the greatest singer in the world -- at least to some of those in attendance at the Conga Room in downtown Los Angeles to celebrate his victory.

"Tonight he can sing all night," trainer Freddie Roach said at the event benefiting the Manny Pacquiao Foundation, which supports underprivileged individuals in the Philippines. "You fight hard, you get to have fun . . . but not too much."

Projection screens in the Latin-infused nightclub showed boxing footage of Pacquiao as hundreds crowded the floor in anticipation of the International Boxing Organization and Ring magazine's world junior-welterweight champion. With Pacquiao scheduled to sing at 9 p.m., some drank and others danced as they waited. And waited.

But the 30-year-old Filipino boxing superstar was late to his own party because, like many Angelenos on Monday night, he was watching the Lakers take on the Houston Rockets in Game 1 of their Western Conference semifinal series -- just across the way from the Conga Room, in the crowd at Staples Center.

It wasn't long before fans -- some wearing shirts with Pacquiao's face emblazoned on them -- began chanting, "Manny! Manny! Manny!" By 11:30 p.m., the People's Champion (another of his many nicknames) had arrived. His first stop: the stage.

Outfitted in a cream-colored suit jacket and jeans, and surrounded by his entourage and fans, Pacquiao grabbed a mike and unleashed his vocal flair -- no match for his powerful left hook, but still displayed on numerous YouTube videos -- alongside Filipino singer Lito Camo. A sea of brightly lighted cellphone screens and camera flashes filled the space as Pacquiao crooned "Lahing Pinoy," which also served as his entrance song for his fight with Hatton:

"Sumigaw ang pinoy -- HOY!!

Ang lahat ng pinoy -- HOY!!

Ang lahi ng pinoy sa mundo


Fans sang the song, which celebrates Filipino pride, along with their icon.

"We just recorded that before the fight," Pacquiao said, addressing the mostly Filipino crowd. "Next time I'm going to make an English song for everyone."

Pacquiao's global reach isn't limited to jabs and punches. His performance Monday night hinted at stardom outside the ring; in the Philippines, he's already previously released two songs. And he wouldn't be the first boxing powerhouse to venture into entertainment.

Sugar Ray Robinson unsuccessfully attempted a career as an entertainer after his boxing career ended. Two-time world heavyweight boxing champion George Foreman, now a successful businessman perhaps best known for the George Foreman brand grills, briefly starred in his own sitcom on ABC, "George." And, in 2000, Oscar de la Hoya released a self-titled Latin pop album that was nominated for a Grammy.

If the roar of Pacquiao's fans during his performance is any indication, there are plenty of people who would flock to buy a future album release.

"Not only is he a good athlete, but he's a great entertainer," said Robert Lyons, 51, a fan from Rancho Palos Verdes. "He has a way of capturing the hearts of everyone. It's great to see . . . and it's now great to listen."

Listen they did. Shortly after midnight, Apple from the Black Eyed Peas got behind the DJ booth and, as 1 a.m. neared, Pacquiao joined him onstage for another round of vocal bobbing and weaving. During the half-hour set, he performed the song he's most famous for, "Para Sa Iyo," and three other songs from an album scheduled to be released in the Philippines before the end of the year.

The crowd was his.

Victorious in the ring. Now, at least for one night, victorious on the stage.

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Tuesday, May 5, 2009

MANNY PACQUIAO's RIGHT HOOK on the RICKY HATTON Fight - Video May 5, 2009

Manny Pacquiao is now a complete fighter meaning he is awesome with both fist whether it's the right or left. His right hook was used when he knocked down Ricky Hatton in the first round, the first knocked down of three.

Here's a video with Manny PAcquiao and Freddie Roach explaining the advantage of having a lethal right hook

MANNY PACQUIAO Now Ranks No. 1 P4P in RING MAGAZINE - Video May 5, 2009

Monday, May 4, 2009

Arnold Clavio's Live Interview with MANNY PACQUIAO, JINKEE PACQUIAO and ALING DIONESIA PACQUIAO - May 4, 2009

Here's a video in 2 parts this morning, a live interview by Arnold Clavio with Manny Pacquiao, Jinkee Pacquiao and Aling Dionesia Pacquiao

MANNY PACQUIAO Aftermath: Manny & Jinkee Pacquiao Interview

MANNY PACQUIAO Aftermath: Aling Dionesia & Manny Pacquiao Interview May 4, 2009

MANNY PACQUIAO Aftermath: Greatest Fighter Ever Lived = Boxing Analyst

Sunday, May 3, 2009

MANNY PACQUIAO vs. RICKY HATTON - Battle of the East vs. West (Round 1 and 2) With EXCLUSIVE PHOTO!

Manny Pacquiao vs. Ricky Hatton, also billed as The Battle of the East and West, was a boxing light welterweight superfight for the International Boxing Organization (IBO) and The Ring light welterweight (super lightweight) championship. The bout was held between Manny Pacquiao of General Santos, Philippines and Ricky Hatton from Manchester, United Kingdom.

The superfight was held on May 2, 2009 at the MGM Grand Las Vegas at Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. Hatton was knocked down by Pacquiao twice during the first round, and another time in the second round to lose via 2nd round KO
Round 1

Round 2

MGM main lobby. May 2 2009 Fight day

with KC Montero

Ricky Hatton falling down falling down falling down (sing with me london bridge)

Nonito Donaire Jr. (the Flash)

Robert Jaworski "The Living Legend", "Big J"

Eddie Gutierrez

Hatton's cheering squad


Congratulations to Manny Pacquiao, again you made all Filipinos proud. Kudos to the trainer of the Year Freddie Roach. Manny Pacquiao and Freddie Roach, the best tandem of all time in boxing.
Here's Manny Pacquiao's winning punch (video)

Saturday, May 2, 2009

MANNY PACQUIAO & RICKY HATTON at the Weigh-ins of the MGM Grand May 1, 2009

Here's a video Recorded by my brother DCRJ earlier courtesy of CS9, Manny Pacquiao & Ricky Hatton at the weigh-in event inside MGM Grand May 1, 2009

Manny Pacquiao weighed 138 lbs while Ricky Hatton weighed 140 lbs

Also in the video a promo clip highlighting Manny Pacquiao and Ricky Hatton as both aggressive fighters.

My Personal shots.

On my way to MGM Grand Arena for Weigh in, May 1 2009

snapshot of a official painting at the MGM Grand

Giant banner entrance to grand arena


MANNY PACQUIAO & RICKY HATTON Exclusive Photos. My personal Shots using DSLR Camera. Las Vegas - May 1, 2009

Manny Pacquiao and Ricky Hatton weighing -in awhile ago at the MGM Grand May 1, 2009

Rastaman and Martin Nievera who will perform the Philippine National Anthem

With Goma

with Bobby Pacquiao, the other Pacquiao (Manny's brother)

Hooters girls in Las Vegas

MGM Grand Main Lobby

British fan with a face of the Hitman, that's good for halloween festivities