Canelo Alvarez lies about his knowledge and use of the American term Motherf%cker... I find Canelo Alvarez searching for reasons to be motivated and perhaps he is worried that he won’t have enough anger in him to beat Caleb Plant on November. … [Read more...] about Canelo Alvarez is a liar and hypocrite, he insulted a fighter’s mother before
If you’re not cheating you’re not trying to win. It goes unspoken but is completely understood by high-level competitors. Almost all high-level competitors that have a burning desire to win will cheat. Let us not kid ourselves in that regard. This notion is found in all of sports. … [Read more...] about I get it Canelo Alvarez, If you’re not cheating, you’re not trying to win
Derrick James, the trainer of Jermell Charlo and Errol Spence Jr. seems to be a bit overrated. I suspect his advice will hand Errol a loss come fight night against the great Manny "Pac-Man" Pacquiao. Why would I say these words? Well, let me explain to you why. … [Read more...] about Derrick James’s bad advice will get Errol Spence beat by Manny Pacquiao
I have been thinking about the fan responses to this Jermell Charlo vs. Brian Castano fight and I had the urge to make a few points concerning the junior middleweight unification bout. … [Read more...] about Brian Castano vs. Jermell Charlo was a poor fight, I had it a DRAW!
By Carlos Young de San Felipe This Saturday night in Las Vegas NV, we boxing fans hope to experience the pleasure of watching one of boxings highly coveted and sought after matches. Canelo Alvarez vs. Daniel “Miracle Man” Jacobs. This fight is being highly promoted and advertised as the unification of the Middleweight Belts. … [Read more...] about Jacobs Ladder: Will Daniel Jacobs Climb the Ladder or The Cinnamon (Canelo) Rolls On?
By Carlos Young de San Felipe THIS IS IT..!! The week. This is Cinco de Mayo weekend and of course that means there is Big-Time boxing match scheduled and it probably includes Floyd Mayweather Jr. Isn’t that how it’s been for about the last 6 or 7 years. It seems we all look forward to it. I know I do. … [Read more...] about Floyd Mayweather Ain’t Scared of No Ghost
By Carlos Young De San Felipe Miguel Cotto just fought the fight of his life versus Floyd Mayweather Jr., made the most money of his life and then decided to skip the interview to count his money, I guess, and ignore the fans. In my mind, there is nothing more disrespectful, than fighters that take the Fans-Money, and ignore the fans interest in their take on a win or loss. … [Read more...] about Cotto Counts Money And Ignores Fans
By Carlos Young de San Felipe I recently saw an interview where a sports analyst and Sugar Ray Leonard were talking about Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. They both acknowledged that Pacquiao and Mayweather were the best in the business in their weight divisions and were puzzled as to why they had not fought yet. Sugar Ray suggested that both Manny Pacquiao and Floyd … [Read more...] about Sugar Ray Leonard Is Not Honest With Himself, Ducked Pryor and Would Lose to Pacquiao
By Carlos Young de San Felipe Honestly, I didn’t expect these two fighters to face each other. I don’t think anyone ever thought that Victor Ortiz would be defending his WBC title, the one he won from Andre Berto, his title; against Floyd Mayweather. Wow! … [Read more...] about Victor Ortiz vs. Floyd Mayweather: Early Analysis and Prediction
By Carlos Young de San Felipe I didn’t buy the Pacquiao vs. Mosley fight as I knew that it was going to be a weak fight but I certainly didn’t expect the love feast I saw on YouTube. It seemed Manny Pacquiao missed over 50% of his punches and never was able to land hardly any square punches, plus they kissed after every round and before every round. There were times in the … [Read more...] about Sugar “Shame” Mosley – Loses Decision To Pacquiao
By Carlos Young de San Felipe On Saturday night June 5th, 2010, Miguel Cotto and Yuri Foreman faced off for Yuri’s WBA Junior Middleweight title belt in Yankee Stadium in the Bronx New York. No real action and no real dominance although Cotto was winning most of the rounds up to the point in the fight whereby Yuri became a cripple, the 7th round. Yuri foreman is a fighter … [Read more...] about Referee helps Miguel Cotto TKO a Cripple, Wins another title
By Carlos Young de San Felipe Only three days away from the much anticipated and highly discussed junior middleweight championship fight between Yuri Foreman and Miguel Cotto at Yankee stadium in the Bronx New York, it is really going to be an exciting night for the boxing fans of the empire state. Much of the hype centered on Cotto is the selection of Emanuel Steward as … [Read more...] about Emanuel Steward + Cotto = Nothing, Foreman Wins by Decision