There is something special about Manny "Pac-Man" Pacquiao and the way he defies boxing logic. … [Read more...] about Manny Pacquiao could derail the Crawford vs. Spence super fight
There comes a time when every great boxing legend has to hang up the gloves. The longer a boxer continues in the sport, their age will eventually catch up to them. They either lose to a sub par fighter who they would have destroyed in their prime or to a much younger top 5 opponent. … [Read more...] about I want Keith Thurman to be the one to defeat Manny Pacquiao
Undefeated Colombian heavyweight Oscar "Kaboom" Rivas (26-0, 18 KOs) just put himself closer to be in the mix against the top dogs at Heavyweight. … [Read more...] about With KO of Bryant Jennings, Oscar Rivas puts himself in the mix with Joshua, Fury, and Wilder
It was embarrassing to watch Conor McGregor a UFC fighter making his professional boxing debut beating up on the undefeated Floyd Mayweather Jr. in a fight that was supposed to be a cakewalk for the 40 year old boxing star. … [Read more...] about Conor McGregor was beating up Floyd Mayweather before the early stoppage
The saddest thing in boxing is seeing an aging legend like Manny Pacquiao get robbed before our eyes and used as a stepping stone for a younger fighter with limited skill like Jeff Horn. … [Read more...] about Manny Pacquiao should say no to rematch with dirty fighter Jeff Horn and just retire
By Jorge Conejo I'm so amped up just thinking about the Floyd Mayweather vs. Saul Canelo Alvarez fight that I started watching old tapes of both fighters to analyze their styles just before the big show. … [Read more...] about Canelo Alvarez will be the one to KO Floyd Mayweather
By Jorge Conejo Guillermo Rigondeaux beat Nonito Donaire on points in one of the most boring displays of boxing I've ever witnessed. Whatever Rigondeaux did he made 100 percent sure that he would only throw punches once and a while and move away quickly. Nonito Donaire pushed the action but focused on landing a knockout punch, a big no no against a slick mover like … [Read more...] about Watching Donaire vs. Rigondeaux made me appreciate Floyd Mayweather Jr.
By Jorge Conejo When Manny Pacquiao's hall of fame trainer Freddie Roach said he felt that Juan Manuel Marquez was not natural and revealed that he wanted random drug testing for this fight, Bob Arum rejected the idea and said if the commission implements random blood and urine year round testing then he would be okay with it but he was content with the commission tests … [Read more...] about Blame Bob Arum for not using VADA drug testing for Pacquiao vs. Marquez 4
By Jorge Conejo Many of the Manny Pacquiao fans including myself aren't too pleased with the boastful and highly arrogant nature of Alex Ariza. He was bragging on HBO 24/7 how easy Juan Manuel Marquez would be and how "Not even GOD could even beat Pacquiao that night" something that I am sure the highly religious Pacquiao would take offense too. Ariza's head has gotten so … [Read more...] about Pacquiao should fire Ariza and hire Victor Conte
By Jorge Conejo There are some mixed feelings coming from boxing fans regarding Floyd Mayweather's decision to return against a green champion like Victor Ortiz instead of fighting Manny Pacquiao in the fight everyone wants to see. … [Read more...] about Victor Ortiz Could Beat Mayweather Before Pacquiao!
By Jorge Conejo Manny "Pac-Man" Pacquiao transcends the sport of boxing, when he fights it's must see TV, and after many years of hardwork and determination he has finally reached the pinnacle of his sport as pound-for-pound king. … [Read more...] about Whenever Manny Pacquiao Fights, It’s Must See TV
By Jorge Conejo That's what I like about Manny Pacquiao, he fights anyone his promoter puts in front of him. A lot of fighters today like Floyd Mayweather Jr. for example like to pick and choose their fights. Floyd Mayweather likes to pick fights with style match-ups that suit him. … [Read more...] about Manny Pacquiao will fight anyone his promoter puts in front of him