“Inside The Ring with Teddy Atlas and Terence Crawford” Reviews Crawford’s Biggest Fights Debuts Tuesday, June 5 at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN2 … [Read more...] about What Makes Terence Crawford a World Champion?
By Coach K (October 10th) Uniquely aware that sports and in specific terms boxing careers don't last forever, pro boxer and former WBC International Light Heavyweight Champion Joe “The Beast” Smith Jr. gives us some input on his future plans. … [Read more...] about From knocking out opponents to knocking down trees Joe Smith Jr. talks future plans in and out of boxing!
By Erwin Lastimosa It has been a tumultuous few days for the Filipino Boxer/Congressman, Manny "Pac-Man" Pacquiao. His opinions on the gay lifestyle and gay marriage made it's way to the mainstream media, it's deja vu, 2012 all over again. … [Read more...] about Let’s Forgive Manny Pacquiao, He Is Not A Hateful Man
By Gerardo Granados After the newly crowned Heavyweight Champion of the World Tyson Fury expressed his brief opinion on homosexuality, pedophilia, and women ideal duties at home all hell broke loose as the reader already must know. He was severely criticized at the United Kingdom by at least two journalists who gave totally biased rants against him; a group of people … [Read more...] about Can Tyson Fury Be Forced To Be Politically Correct?
By Mark F. Villanueva In the world of prizefighting where intimidation is a norm amongst fighters to gain a psychological edge against each other- its effects nearly physical to anyone inflicted with a shade of self-doubt- Irish Andy Lee daunts you in a curios manner, with steady values of humility and self-awareness. … [Read more...] about The Tenacious Irish
By Alex M. Esmero (Filipino Boxing Contributor - Sydney) After almost 6 years of often tortuous negotiations, the long awaited clash between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather billed as the Fight of the Century has come into fruition. Predicted as the highest grossing boxing bout in history that will shatter the US box office records between the 2 most skilled and … [Read more...] about Manny Pacquiao “Warrior of GOD” vs Floyd “Money” Mayweather, A Battle between Good versus Evil?
By Andrew Hall I can't believe we are just 3 weeks away from Manny Pacquao vs Floyd Mayweather Jr. This has been the most talked about fight for the past 6 years and finally it is about to happen. As a fight fan I am stoked and as a boxing observer I am even more stoked to see how these two styles clash in a fight with higher stakes than any other fight of this generation! … [Read more...] about Floyd Mayweather vs Manny Pacquiao! Who Wins?
By Sam Lee With the current focus of boxing on his talented son, Chris Eubank Jr, we tend to forget sometimes what a great fighter the father was. … [Read more...] about Interview with British Boxing Legend Chris Eubank Sr
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, and winning! … [Read more...] about Chris Eubank Sr – The Original
By Chuy Marco Canelo Alvarez clearly beat Erislandy "The Running Man" Lara by decision, but some crybabies are claiming Lara won the fight. There is no way Lara won the fight, if it were a track meet or marathon, yes, he wins, but this is boxing and you must fight not run to win. … [Read more...] about Canelo is right, Lara needs to learn to fight not run
By Samuel Lee How did the Eubank family get involved in boxing? … [Read more...] about Discussion with ‘Simply the Best’ himself, Chris Eubank Sr
Following a heavy training session with his son Christopher Eubank Jr, Chris Eubank took time to answer questions regarding the best opponents he fought in own legendary career. Divided into categories as The Ring had done with his rivals Steve Collins and Nigel Benn, Eubank gives us his verdicts. … [Read more...] about Boxer Chris Eubank on The Best He Fought
By Edgar Rider Boxing in the eighties had it all great names, promo videos, and melodrama. It was an era of larger than life spectacle. Fighters knew how to prolong the drama. … [Read more...] about Remember Those Names – Boxing In The Eighties
A Q&A with the European fight legend Chris Eubank. Chris, you started boxing in the South Bronx in the early 80s, why was this? I was living there. I decided to quit smoking, drinking and drugs and go to school, gym and church. The idea was to improve mind, body and soul. … [Read more...] about Chris Eubank enlightens his boxing style, history and philosophies
By Gerardo Granados Legendary boxing heavyweight champion and one of the bravest lions to ever laced a pair of gloves Smoking Joe Frazier will be honored by Philadelphia with a statue. … [Read more...] about Joe Frazier Statue Approved