The upcoming Pacquiao fight with Joshua Clottey can be viewed live and free via pldtmyDSL watchpad video streaming.

Pound for pound king Manny Pacquiao is set to defend his WBO World Welterweight belt against Ghana's Joshua Clottey on March 13, 2010 at the Cowboys Stadium in Texas.

Here's how...

There is this ad in the Philippine Star about it today. Residential subscribers of pldtmydsl (in the Philippines)with plans 1299 and above need only to register if they want to catch the free internet streaming of the Pacquiao-Clottey fight dubbed as "The Event".

If you are one, then you should avail of it asap because it is on a first come, first served basis. Confirmation will be sent within two days and will be only be given until tomorrow March 1, 2010. That's tomorrow already, so log in now to .

I wish we are also subscribers. I would certainly loved to watch the Pacquaio fight free on my PC live. But more than that, I wish for a Pacquiao victory in his trademark spectacular fashion.

Image via PLDTwatchpad website.


2010 NBA Slam Dunk Contest Suck!

Posted by doms | Sunday, February 14, 2010 | , ,

The 2010 NBA Slam Dunk contest suck and set a new low. Imagine Nate Robinson becoming the first three-time champion of this kind of competition being somewhat tainted for earning it against inferior slam dunkers and coming up with a not-so-spectacular dunk himself.

It's fortunate that we now have youtube. I went on to wash away my disappointment in watching this year's NBA Slam Dunk contest by looking for arguably the greatest slam dunk competition ever in the history of the NBA All Star Weekend - The 1988 NBA Slam Dunk Contest.

I was surprised to learn that Clyde Drexler also participated in that year. Anyways, it was about Michael Jordan and Dominique Wilkins coming out with great slam dunks one after another. MJ might have won the contest because the NBA held it in Chicago, but I feel that there's really something in the way MJ hangs in the air that puts Nique's powering slams in pale comparison.

My top three favorite slam dunkers are Michael Jordan, Dominique Wilkins and Vince Carter.

I hope Commissioner Stern & the NBA will do something for the fans in next year's NBA Slam Dunk Contest. They ought it fans like me to come up with participants that can entertain us either with dunks or at least with their personality.

That's for you too, Lebron. If you care enough not just for money, championships or fame, you ought to ask yourself if this is the kind of show the NBA fans deserve to see in a slam dunk contest.


Back to this year's All Star festivities in Dallas, TX. I was glad that my favorite player Steve Nash went on to win the NBA Skills challenge against a much younger crop of participants. It's not a totally disappointing day for me. hehehe!!!

Paul Pierce won the 3 point shooting contest, becoming the next Celtics to win it after Larry Legend Bird won it, I think thrice in a row. I thought that rookie Stephen Curry will win it because of his fine form. I guess he just tired out in the end.