Posts from the ‘Philippine Facts’ Category

E2=Educational & Entertainment Hub: The Smallest Towns in the Philippines

E2=Educational & Entertainment Hub: The Smallest Towns in the Philippines.

 

wonderful..different type of bird nests

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E2=Educational & Entertainment Hub

E2=Educational & Entertainment Hub.

The Richest Municipalities in The Philippines | Trifter

The Richest Municipalities in The Philippines | Trifter.

 

These Philippine towns are regarded as the wealthiest based on their annual income.

E2=Educational & Entertainment Hub: Interesting and Surprising Facts About Philippine History

E2=Educational & Entertainment Hub: Interesting and Surprising Facts About Philippine History.

 

Here are some of the coolest facts about the Philippines you may have not heard of yet…

50 Interesting Facts About The Philippines

50 Interesting Facts About The Philippines.

 

Here are some amazing facts about the Philippines

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Philippine City Extremes | Trifter

Philippine City Extremes | Trifter.

All-Time Greatest Filipino Professional Boxers

Professional boxing is one of the most entertaining sports in the world since its introduction more than a hundred years ago. It is also a sport where one can be famous and rich like Muhammad Ali (Cassius Clay), Rocky Marciano, Oscar Dela Hoya, Floyd Mayweather, Sugar Ray Leonard, Roberto Duran, Hagler, Hearns, Julio Cesar Chaves, Lennox Lewis, and many others.

Filipino boxers had also made a great impact on this sport. Scores of Filipino boxers were able to capture numerous championship belts in different weight categories. Here’s a list of All-Time Greatest Filipino boxers.

Gabriel “Flash” Elorde (1935-1985)

Gabriel “Flash” Elorde is regarded “the greatest world junior lightweight boxing champion in WBC history in 1974”; for defending his title in 10 bouts for seven years, making him the longest reigning world junior lightweight champion ever; and for being inducted into the World Boxing Hall of Fame and International Boxing Hall of Fame in 1993.He won a total of 79 bouts in his professional boxing career.

Elorde became a world champion in the 130-pound division on March 16, 1960 when he knocked out American Harold Gomes at the Araneta Coliseum in Cubao, Quezon City. Since then, he has defended his title in 10 bouts for seven years, making him the longest reigning world junior lightweight champion ever. He finally lost to Japanese Yoshiaki Numata in a 15-round match in Tokyo on June 15, 1967.

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