Is Anthony Joshua the next Mike Tyson?

Wladimir Klitschko dominated the heavyweight division without a loss for over a decade. He did it with a methodical approach that everyone understood but nobody could beat: establish a sledgehammer jab to control the distance and keep the trigger warm on a brutal power punch sitting in behind. It sounds simple but he did it […]

Amir Khan: What could have been, but sadly what truly is

By Alvin Douglas Close your eyes. Imagine you are throwing a party. This is the biggest event you have ever tried to put on. You invite all your friends and family. You have a DJ, catered food, lights, the whole nine yards. You get to the party and make your grand entrance…….No one has showed […]

Defensive Tactics of Selected Heavyweight Boxers

Jack Dempsey Jack Dempsey was a defensively sound puncher. He stood 6’1 and weighed 190 at his heaviest. Therefore he knew that he would have to get in on the inside against heavyweights who were bigger than him. Dempsey also knew that he would have to use an effective method to close the distance against […]

A Critical Look at the Muhammad Ali vs Sonny Liston Fights

Many boxing scholars say that we never saw the best of Muhammad Ali in a fight but this is not necessarily true. In his absolute prime, from 1964-1967, he fought Sonny Liston at the age of 22. In facing Sonny Liston, he was facing a man destroyer with no regard for human life especially when […]

The Lomachenko Show

There you have it folks, Vasyl Lomachenko proves once again why he’s one of the best in the division. A smashing performance by the Ukrainian fighter by showcasing his amazing skillset to get the TKO victory in the 9th round against tough challenger Jason Sosa. He retained his WBO junior lightweight title as it was […]