The PBA player with the most number of rings...

KevinDurantKevinDurant Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
Anyone who knows the answer..

Johnny A. has 12..(with Alaska, Coke and Ginebra)

or Jaworski?? 9 with Toyota plus four with Ginebra/Anejo.
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  • nastransnastrans pinoybasebol.wordpress.co m PExer
    El Presidente with 19 PBA titles.
  • KevinDurantKevinDurant Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    JPM where are you??
  • carshowcarshow The Generator PExer
    I also think it's The Franchise.
  • rudboyrudboy Member PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    ^no one comes close to Ramon Fernandez's record-19

    9 with Toyota
    3 with Tanduay
    7 with SMC (including the 1989 Grand Slam)
  • freak_akofreak_ako nyay! PExer
    do the PBA teams have rings made for their players for winning the championhip?
  • Jay P. MercadoJay P. Mercado Moderator PEx Moderator
    Ramon Fernandez has the most number of championships with 19 total. Freddie Hubalde would probably be second with 16 titles (Crispa and Tanduay) while Abet Guidaben (Crispa an San Miguel) and Philip Cezar (Crispa, Great Taste and Ginebra) are tied for 3rd overall with 15 apiece...
  • GunnarGunnar Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Ilan kaya kay Jumbo Bolado?
  • KevinDurantKevinDurant Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    ^^^

    Bolado started his career in '94 with Alaska. Here's a list of Bolado's rings..


    '94 Gov Cup
    '95 Gov Cup
    '96 All Pinoy
    '96 Commy Cup
    '96 Gov Cup
    '97 All Pinoy (PF)
    '97 Commy Cup (Ginebra)

    plus I think he has championships with Coke and RB as well but I can't remember the exact conferences..

    That's brings us to 9 championships for Jumbo Bolado..
  • jeffjanjeffjan Ninja PExer
    ^hanep! 6 consecutive conference titles!
  • Big TicketBig Ticket Fortune hater!!!! PExer
    bolado does not the most championships as a player but he's the player with the most championships with different teams
  • Jay P. MercadoJay P. Mercado Moderator PEx Moderator
    The Alaska Aces actually started giving out championship rings to their players during the grandslam era. But unlike the NBA which gives the rings themselves, Ginkgo is correct that the PBA doesn't practice this rule.
  • Gospel of JudasGospel of Judas The Lost Gospel PExer
    akala ko si bolado na ang pinaka-malakas magchampion

    lucky charm kasi yan sa team

    si el presidente pa din pala
  • mariamariamariamaria Member PExer
    freak_ako wrote: »
    do the PBA teams have rings made for their players for winning the championhip?
    They dont give rings sa PBA.


    yes they do... but only for all filipino championships
  • Gospel of JudasGospel of Judas The Lost Gospel PExer
    can someone show me here the new pba cship trophy?
  • Jay P. MercadoJay P. Mercado Moderator PEx Moderator
    GoJ,

    It's hard to equal the feat of the pioneer players of the league, particularly those coming from Crispa and Toyota. We have to remember that in the first 9 years of the league, the two teams combined for 22 total championships (13 for Crispa, 9 for Toyota) with only U/Tex (twice), San Miguel / Royal Tru Orange (twice), Nicholas Stoodley, and Great Taste (twice) winning a title during that 29-conference span. And since the nucleus of the Redmanizers and the Tamaraws were virtually intact upon their disbandment, then it's hard to match this feat.

    Johnny Abarrientos for one, won 12 titles in a span of 14 seasons, and yet, couldn't even topple the feat accomplished by Crispa stars Bernie Fabiosa, Philip Cezar, Atoy Co, Abet Guidaben and Freddie Hubalde in only 10 seasons. Likewise, it would be more difficult to do so because of two reasons - parity in the league's competition today and the two-conference format that took effect starting the 2004 season.

    Ramon Fernandez's accomplishment though is truly a marvel. He did this in 15 seasons with the league - winning 9 for Toyota, 7 for San Miguel and 3 for Tanduay. That's a scintillating record that may perhaps be unmatched in the future and that will cement Fernandez's status as a true winner of the sport. Robert Jaworski, while more popular, wasn't as successful as El Presidente, having won 9 titles for Toyota and 4 for Ginebra (he was still in the 1997 lineup of the Gordon's Gin Boars in the 1997 Commissioner's Cup conquest although he didn't play one game in that conference). Jaworski would however have the recognition of being the first playing coach to win a PBA title (Norman Black won his first title as a playing coach in the 1988 season, his second ring after winning the 1987 Reinforced as a fulltime coach with Bobby Parks as his import). The Big J might also end up to be the last playing coach to win a title with his 1997 Commissioner's Cup title. Not a bad record really...

    Cris Bolado's claim to fame was his penchant to be in the right place at the right time. He was never really a main contributor with any of the team that won the title, being the 10th or 11th man off the bench almost always.

    Believe it or not, former Crispa reserve and PBA referee Luis "Tito" Varela actually won more PBA titles than Bolado, having won at least 10 championships while playing for the Redmanizers from the 1976 to the 1984 season (exceptions include the 1981, 1982 and 1984 seasons when he was loaned out to other teams). And yet, Varela was never known to be a starter, except on certain occasions when Baby Dalupan would field in Varela at the start to stymie the offense of the opponent's leading scorer being a top defensive player of his time. But that was Dalupan's style from day one - he never had a fixed starting unit and came out with surprises every game day (not unlike what Yeng Guiao does with Red Bull at present).

    That's why the biggest accomplishment of Bolado wasn't the number of rings he has in his fingers. Varela actually had more rings. Instead, and Big Ticket is absolutely correct with this one, it was the number of teams he played for that won championships - making him known in PBA circles as "Lucky" Bolado!
  • Jay P. MercadoJay P. Mercado Moderator PEx Moderator
    Maria,

    Never knew the PBA started giving out championship rings already. All the while, I thought it was still their mother teams who took the initiative of doing so, with Alaska pioneering this after their grandslam conquest in 1996.

    Thanks for the heads-up pare!
  • Jay P. MercadoJay P. Mercado Moderator PEx Moderator
    Case in point of how difficult it would be to top Fernandez's feat: Alvin Patrimonio, a 4-time MVP who started playing for Purefoods in 1988 and ended his career in 2004, only won a total of 6 titles for the franchise during his domination. Perhaps because he only stayed for one team, perhaps because of the parity of the league, perhaps because Purefoods had a lot of rivals during Patrimonio's time (San Miguel, Ginebra, Swift, Alaska) - but it only proved how difficult it is to win championships compared to the halcyon days of Crispa and Toyota.
  • pepmanpepman Member PExer
    ^^^

    Bolado started his career in '94 with Alaska. Here's a list of Bolado's rings..


    '94 Gov Cup
    '95 Gov Cup
    '96 All Pinoy
    '96 Commy Cup
    '96 Gov Cup
    '97 All Pinoy (PF)
    '97 Commy Cup (Ginebra)

    plus I think he has championships with Coke and RB as well but I can't remember the exact conferences..

    That's brings us to 9 championships for Jumbo Bolado..


    You might refer to the 2002 AFC and 2001 Comm's Cup.
  • reypinyokoreypinyoko Banned by Admin PExer
    They dont give rings sa PBA.

    How about necklaces? Earrings, perhaps?
  • pepmanpepman Member PExer
    I think I remember SLR receiving championship rings during that 07-08 AFC saga.

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