Donaire, dubbed as the “the Filipino Flash”, entered the ring as the underdog, which is surprising, given the fact that his exploits are near legendary. He started as flyweight and is now fighting as featherweight. He is a four-time champion in different divisions, and his skills are at par or even better than Manny Pacquiao.
By Samuel Lee Long before Jr, Naseem Hamed, and Floyd Mayweather Jr, there was a certain boxing peacock and English gent by the name of Christopher Livingstone Eubank who rose to heights in the early nineties that had been hardly imaginable. From humble beginnings, Eubank turned pro in ’85 and simply kept winning, and winning, […]
by Samuel Lee Chris Eubank Sr on Johnny Walker Banks: In The Bronx, I sparred with Davey Moore, Dennis Milton, Milton Guest, Kevin Bryant, Rey Rivera, Alex Ramos and Richard Burton on a regular basis, all successful at world-class amateur and pro level, but there was one guy who was head and shoulders above the […]