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Arizona Boxing News & Notes With Don Smith Boxingt Fans, Q & A Introduction: “Jazzy” Jeff Mayweather’s boxing legacy is secure by virtue of winning the IBO super featherweight title from John Roby on April 21, 1994, a title which he defended two times. After a successful career in the ring, Jeff followed in the [...]
Talk to us about the dedication required to be a pro boxer? Chris Eubank Sr (CESR): Oh, you want to talk about dedication, oh my God. OK… There is a thing called the ‘Warriors Code’, and what does it mean? Well… It means you have got to be clean. You have to be in the [...]
After one year of inactivity, Puerto Rican super featherweight puncher, Miguel “Mikito” Soto ( 11-0, 11 KO ) returned with his power by defeating John Wampash (1-8-2, 1KO) by TKO in fourth round, in a boxing card celebrated last Saturday, April 20, at the Manuel “Petaca” Iguina Coliseum in Arecibo, Puerto Rico.
On Persistence Being Key; I won five or six world title fights against opponents who had more talent and ability than I had, and I won because I was persistent. I would say Nigel Benn, Gary Stretch, Graciano Rocchigiani, Dan Schommer, the American Lindell Holmes, and Michael (Watson) in our second fight were all better [...]
One of the finest European fighters ever (who started his boxing journey in America), Chris Eubank, kindly takes time to detail his career, from his days in the Bronx as an amateur and young pro, to his days trading blows with most of Britain’s and the World’s best. Enjoy.
By Keith Lambert Misunderstood was one word to describe Chris Eubank in his early prime days. Mistakenly thought of as obscenely arrogant, Eubank was merely proud and focused, and his body language reflected this in the ring.