"The Life And Times Of Prophecy"
Hollywood and Highland was feeling the Adrenaline rush today, as Floyd “Money” Mayweather and Miguel Cotto held their Hollywood Press Conference at Grauman’s Chinese Theater Today… and the conference not only brought out Undercard Fighters “Sugar” Shane Mosley and Canelo Alvarez… But also Former World Champion Oscar De La Hoya… and Street King 50 Cent. Even Big Boy from LA Radio Station Power 106 made it out for the Presstivities.
They all came together for their “Ring Kings” event which will be on Cinco De Mayo of 2012… May 5th at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas… and their plans is to make this THE MOST PUBLICIZED BOXING EVENT IN HISTORY
Aside from having your standard HBO Pay-Per-View, they also plan on screening the event at over 3,000 Theaters Nationwide, rivaling that of most Summer Blockbuster flicks.
We’ll have to see who will be crowned King on Cinco De Mayo.
Garry “Prophecy” Sun for SunOfHollywood.com
Manny Pacquiao won a very close match against Juan Manuel Marquez last night, and it all came down to the Judges Decisions. Their decision was in favor of the Philipino Congressman, and to celebrate, Manny took the stage with “Bad Decisions“, with Mr. Jeremy Piven on Drums.
The Official Afterparty for the Pacquiao vs. Marquez fight was held at House Of Blues in the Mandalay Bay in Vegas last night, and Bad Decisions not only brought the house down once again… But they did it TWICE !! Yes, that’s right twice. Manny was delayed for his performance with his band, which Bad Decisions opened for, all because a few stitches over his right eye and in his mouth (ouch).
It’s no wonder his wife, Maria Gerladine “Jinkee” Jamora was concerned about whether or not he could sing with stitches in his oral cavity… but I guess he won that match as well.
Manny sang “La Bamba“, and a song from his native Philipines, perhaps in honor of the cultures represented by both sides of the fight.
Bad Decisions kept the crowd entertained for hours with some musical favorites, and even brought out a harem of ladies ready to get their groove on for the Rock Band… as well as all the Pacquiao fans awaiting their champ.
And fans weren’t the only ones in the stands. Well, I guess everyone can be a fan, even if you are already a celeb. But the crowd was filled with none other than Dave Chappelle. One can appreciate any appearance from this guy, as public outings are quite a rare occasion.
Joe Jackson also was in to celebrate the Victory, shortly after the Jackson family celebrated a victory of their own not long ago.
And lucky for us, the Red Carpet was also graced by the presence of Gloria Gaynor, the legendary Motown singer behind “I Will Survive“… Perfect for a reigning champ who held onto his title once again. Now if only Pretty Boy Floyd Mayweather will get some
Check back in with SunOfHollywood.com, cause we’ve got more from last night’s party, including videos from both performances… In case you haven’t seen any yet.