Why Punchout

Punchout is a boxing term which describes a boxer throwing all the punches he can throw to the point of exhaustion.  It describes a warrior, when facing adversity, who will stand his ground and give it all he’s got.

This blog is dedicated to that kind of warrior.  Hopefully,  with your help, I can fill it up with tales of victory.  Stories of comebacks and legends of  glory.  It is not just about boxing but I felt that the sport and what it stands for is a good starting point.

In short, Punchout is about winners.  This is a blog for those who know that winners are those that always give their all.


  1. F.OBSN
    May 16, 2009 @ 09:42:27

    I am a belated fan of boxing. I became a buff of boxing since I successively witnessed HOW PACMAN SILENCED HIS EVER-DOUBTING SKEPTICS: starting from his dauntless attempt to face Barerra, up to sky-high lopsided Dream Match with the Golden Boy. He garnered even more skeptics in his latest bout with HATTON. When will these skeptics ever learn? (Just kidding.)

    I would like to learn more about HOW to analyse the upcoming fights in a more professional manner, so I could have some chance to compare “my” pre-fight analysis with the very result of the fight. I know that it would take me timelessness to master “your” craft, but I am willing to learn by myself. Even if I just lucked my analyses out.


  2. Edge
    Jun 21, 2009 @ 10:13:35

    Yeah Pacquaio only fights boxers who go down too much weight in order to beat them. Does anyone remember Edwin Valero the one Pacquiao called taxi driver back in 2006? Manny even said “kahit pagsabayin nyo si Morales at Valero. After that Valero challenged him for a unification bout in the super feather weight division, then after seeing the perfect record of Valero ( 23 wins 0 loses 23 KO’S)
    Manny has been avoiding him ever since.

    Pacquaio has avoided Valero in every way he can. For the record duwag si Manny Pacquaio kay Edwin Valero period.


    • Joe Elvis S. de los Reyes
      Jun 24, 2009 @ 04:20:12

      mabagal si valero, wala syang sinabi sa bilis ni pacquiao. di ako pacquiao fanatic, talo nga ko nung pumusta ko kay de la hoya. pero ang dating bara-barang si pacquiao, cinonvert ni roach na isang ganap na boxer. pero nandon pa rin ang mga wala sa pormang suntok, pero tumatama.

  3. jaimrie abad
    Sep 05, 2009 @ 09:06:26

    hi sir.mike ochosa
    puncout is great!!! hoping that it long last
    ahhm sir.me i ask a question regarding “reyboomboom” bautista… .. .
    i’m a huge fan of him so i want to know when is her next fight????
    hoping for your response.


  4. Mike mikeochosa
    Sep 05, 2009 @ 09:49:52

    Hi there.
    Thanks for watching the show. Are you a member of the club too? As to Boom Boom, let me check if I can gather information of future plans for him

    Keep Punching Out!


  5. paulsy0524
    Oct 07, 2009 @ 05:55:50

    Hi Mike,

    Nice to know that there is a blog purely dedicated to discuss topics of heroism and gallantry. Like you perfectly said, Punchout is all about winning. I am watching your TV show once in a while. I got my own blog that I dedicate to Drian Francisco, and to all filipino boxing hopefuls who follow the path of our very own Manny Pacquiao. I invite your readers and followers to visit my blog http://www.drianfrancisco.wordpress.com and anyone may share what they think about these rising boxing heroes.


  6. Joy Astilla
    Oct 19, 2009 @ 08:55:32

    Hi there!

    We have an advance selling promo for Pacquiao-Cotto. Can we feature that promo to your blog?

    or is it possible if you can mention our promo in your tv show?

    Hoping for feedback please. Thank you! =)


  7. maxileo
    Dec 13, 2009 @ 15:05:15

    hi mike, do you have a facebook account?

    mike gusto ko sanang panooring sa punch out yung laban ni navarete vs edwards….

    at sana may portion keu sa punch out na vintage pinoy bout..tnx..God bless.


    • Mike mikeochosa
      Dec 14, 2009 @ 03:40:09

      I normally use our Punch Out Boxing Club facebook account. please log on through that.
      Your vintage pinoy suggestion is interesting. Yes, the Navarette Bozo Edwards was a very exciting fight even in today’s standards.

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