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Watch Manny Pacquiao vs Shane Mosley 2011 Fight Live Coverage

Here comes the Manny Pacquiao vs Shane Mosley 2011 Fight Live Coverage. So it's gonna happen very soon. The fight that Shane Mosley is craving so much. It has been reported before that Mayweather Jr. and Mosley are in verbal argument as to who among them would be fighting Pacquiao. Since Mayweather is doing everything to avoid this very much anticipated fight with the number one pound for pound king, Mosley will take the challenge. Again, the world will stand still on May 7 to witness how The Pacman would do Sugar Shane Mosley.
According to boxing sports analysts, Pacman will have an easy time beating Mosley. Mosley was knocked out by Miguel Cotto in 2007 who in turn was defeated by Pacquiao. Now Mosley will fight Pacquiao who is obviously a better fighter and compared to him, much younger. But even if we already know who has an upper hand in this fight, the match will still be exciting to watch. How Mosley will manage to counter those left and right punches of Manny Pacquiao is a must-see.

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Glenn Beck leaving Fox News later this year announced

The rumored demise of Glenn Beck's controversial show on Fox News Channel became fact Wednesday as Glenn Beck and Fox network announced it will come to an end later this year. According to the release, Beck won't jump ship entirely. He and Fox will continue to do business together in the form of special programming.

In response to Fox News' announcement, David Brock from Media Matters issued this statement:
Washington, DC -- Media Matters for America founder David Brock released the following statement in response to Fox News and Mercury Radio Arts announcing that Glenn Beck will "transition off his daily program" later this year. "After losing more than 300 advertisers and seeing more than 1,000,000 viewers abandon his show the only surprise is that it took Fox News months to reach this decision," said Brock. "Fox News now has to choose: will it eliminate all violent rhetoric from the network - not just during the 5PM hour? And will the network make a commitment to end its role as a political operation masquerading as a news station?"
Well, I guess no more fake tears for Glenn Beck. Check out the Glenn Beck induced fake tears below: