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
By Nonito Perez It was 1983 and I was due to work a corner at the Empire State Games in Syracuse, and watching the novice-class of the 147 LB. … [Read more...] about A Look-Back At British Great Chris Eubank
By Reni M. Valenzuela What reason could be more compelling for Mayweather to fight Pacquiao other than the reason why he dodges Pacquiao? … [Read more...] about MAYWEATHER HAS NO CHOICE BUT PACQUIAO FOR HIS NEXT BOUT
By Freddy Fresco It seems the praise for Floyd Mayweather and his catchweight victory over the inexperienced champion Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez is getting a bit overboard, especially from the Floyd lover boys. … [Read more...] about Mayweather beating a flat footed Canelo is not impressive
By Freddy Fresco I recall Floyd Mayweather and his diehard fans calling Manny Pacquiao out for catchweight fights. Now Canelo Alvarez who is a big junior middleweight will be fighting Floyd at a weight of 152 instead of the 154 pound limit. Talk about hypocrisy. … [Read more...] about If Mayweather is so great why is he fighting Canelo at 152?
The man known as 'Simply The Best' in his pioneering day gives us his great insight. Chris Eubank, how can Saul Alvarez defeat Floyd Mayweather Jr? … [Read more...] about Chris Eubank Sr on Mayweather/Canelo, Adrien Broner, Herol Graham, Money, Much More
By Jordan "Black and Blue" Keller The tape can't measure what's on the line Saturday night between Philadelphia's Danny "Swift" Garcia and Argentina's heavy handed Lucas "The Machine" Matthysse but all the ingredients are there for a blockbuster fight that would be a main event any other place or time had it not been scheduled for the Mayweather vs Canelo Alvarez WBC / WBA … [Read more...] about Tale Of The Tape: Danny Garcia vs. Lucas Matthysse!
By Richard Vallejo When Floyd “Money” Mayweather 44-0 26 ko’s steps into the ring vs Saul “Canelo” Alvarez 42-0-1 30 ko’s September 14, 2013 Saturday night at the MGM in Las Vegas, it’s all on the line, his highly guarded unblemished record, the mythical pound for pound title, and a legacy. … [Read more...] about Floyd Mayweather vs Saul Canelo Alvarez: The One Breakdown
By Albert Benson Canelo Alvarez is just another built up fighter that the media tries to pump up to beat Floyd Mayweather just like they tried to hype up Manny Pacquiao. This is all part of the business of boxing. You have to create hype to sell a fight and we all know the haters love to order Money May's fights. … [Read more...] about The only way Canelo Alvarez can beat Mayweather is by lucky punch
By Lou Block For the past 5 years the hype surrounding the "Pacman" Manny Pacquiao was unbearable to real boxing fans such as myself. The bandwagon fans who never studied or were true fans of the sweet science would latch onto Pacquiao because of the media hyping him up as the one to beat the brash and confident Floyd "Money" Mayweather Jr. … [Read more...] about Manny Pacquiao Is No Longer Relevant To Boxing