By Fatih Eroglu Adrien Broner got his 33rd win in his hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio against Chicago fighter Adrian Granados. The fight was scheduled for ten rounds, both fighters gave everything they had. A lot of fast pace, quick exchanges between the two world class welterweights. Both fighters certainly gave the fans exactly what they wanted in this fight as the fans were … [Read more...] about Broner vs. Granados: Which Adrien/Adrian Won?
By Fatih Eroglu Gennady Golovkin (36-0) will be defending his WBA (Super), WBC, IBF, and IBO middleweight titles against the challenger Daniel Jacobs (32-1). We are only one month away from the fight that will take place in the most famous arena, Madison Square Garden. … [Read more...] about The Winner Of Gennady Golovkin Vs Danny Jacobs Proves Who The Best Middleweight Is
By Ludwig O. Daza For now, the Manny Pacquiao vs. Jeff Horn bout is in limbo. Obviously, Bob Arum and Michael Koncz are at odds on who should be the next opponent for Manny Pacquiao and where it should happen. … [Read more...] about Quo Vadis Manny Pacquiao
With WBC champion Badou Jack (20-1) set to face off against IBF champion James Degale (23-1) this Saturday night, the boxing public cannot wait to see the first big fight of 2017. This will be the first Super Middleweight unification since the days of Andre Ward (31-0) ruling over it. The winner will be seen as the No.1 Super middle weight in the world by many. … [Read more...] about Lead up to Badou Jack vs James DeGale
By Jamal Dicky Who the heck is Jeff Horn? The only Jeff Horn I know is NBA legend and Knicks coach Jeff HORNacek who played for the Utah Jazz back in the day. Apparently Manny Pacquiao is set to fight an Australian boxer by the name of Jeff Horn aka the Hornet. … [Read more...] about The Truth: Manny Pacquiao is fighting Jeff Horn because he can’t beat Terence Crawford
By Manuel Lira Turning pro since the age of 15 Saul "Canelo" Alvarez has compiled an excellent 48-1-1 record. Along the way Canelo has beaten multiple ex and current world champions. The 2 division former unified world champion is seen as one of the most popular fighters in the world today. Why is it then that the boxing public has gave so little credit and so much hate to … [Read more...] about Canelo Alvarez: Underappreciated
By Ryan Donald If the first seven rounds of their WBO super-featherweight title fight were any indication, Jamaican boxer Nicholas Walters could have fought Vasyl Lomachenko another 20 rounds and still not figured out how to defeat him. … [Read more...] about Nicholas Walters Quits Mid-fight Against Lomachenko, Breaks Boxing’s Unwritten Rule
By Ryan Donald Last weekend the acclaimed martial arts fighter Conor McGregor from Ireland garnered international headlines when he trounced American Eddie Alvarez during UFC 205. The brief three minute and four second match extended for only two rounds until "The Notorious" MMA fighter delivered a powerful TKO. Now Sports Illustrated Reports Conor McGregor has suggested he … [Read more...] about Is Mayweather Vs. McGregor Possible?
By Dexter Reyes Ever since the Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao super fight failed to live up to the hype, boxing has been in a steady decline in terms of Pay-Per-View viewership in the United States. The fight was built up for several years and when it finally happened it was a costly $100 price tag just for the PPV. In the end the fight wound up being the highest … [Read more...] about Has the rise of UFC, Conor McGregor, and Ronda Rousey made boxing irrelevant?
By Ryan Donald Boxing fans were promised a titanic battle between two champions, one they'd been waiting a long time to see- Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao finally slugging it out to determine the best fighter of their generation. … [Read more...] about Pacquiao vs. Mayweather II?
By: Coach K (November 7th) This past weekend taking a ride upstate, New York to avoid the mind boggling election media fiasco I made my way to a book fair at newly renovated the Queensbury Hotel in Glens Falls, New York where I found myself spending the mid day talking boxing withn some avid boxing fans and Queensbury's own Bill Calogero. … [Read more...] about Billy C’s Tom Molineaux: From Bondage To Baddest Man On The Planet
By Ludwig O. Daza Bob Arum, the long-time promoter of Pacquiao, said that the latter will fight in middle of the ring but offered the idea that, similar to what he did against Miguel Cotto, Pacquiao might lean on the ropes in the first round to test the power of WBO welterweight champion Jessie Vargas. That is a dangerous proposition, considering that Pacquiao is already at … [Read more...] about Pacquiao and Donaire at the crossroads of their boxing careers