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Floyd Mayweather Meeting Manny Pacquiao More Interesting Than the Miami Heat

Posted on 28 Jan, 2015, by in Boxing, NBA

In the background? The Miami Heat losing at home 109-102 to the Milwaukee Bucks. Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao both being in attendance stole the show, not to mention the two actually speaking to each other face to face, probably for the first time ever. More

Mayweather vs Pacquiao – Amir Khan Waiting for Negotiations to Fail

Posted on 24 Jan, 2015, by in Boxing

While there’s still time to make the fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao happen, we’ve been down this road before, and it’s not going to surprise anyone if nothing happens eventually, which is why Amir Khan, who is hoping for a shot at both boxers, is waiting on the sidelines for things to fall apart. More

Mayweather vs Pacquiao – Only One More Person Needs to Sign

Posted on 14 Jan, 2015, by in Boxing

After years of waiting, the mega fight between the two best boxers of the last decade seems to be finally coming together. Manny Pacquiao and his team have signed on every stipulation for the proposed May 2 fight. Now all that’s left if for Floyd Mayweather, usually the reason why we still haven’t seen the two in the ring together, to sign as well. More

Mayweather vs Pacquaio: Weird Hair-Swapping Fun

Posted on 24 Dec, 2014, by in Boxing

While Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao continue to call each other out yet not come closer to agreeing on a fight between them, someone decided to have some fun and put the two together in a photograph and swap the hair situation of the fighters, with a hilarious result. More

Khan Beats Alexander – The Road to Mayweather Gets Shorter

Posted on 14 Dec, 2014, by in Boxing

Once again Amir Khan has more than proved his worth in the Welterweight division, retraining his WBC title belt with an impressive unanimous decision win over the fading Devon Alexander, which might be the victory that finally lands him the fight he’s been looking for these last three years: Floyd Mayweather. More

Mayweather vs Pacquiao – King of Ducking Continues to Lie About Future Fight

Posted on 13 Dec, 2014, by in Boxing

One of the incredible things about Mayweather is his ability to shoot out lies or half truths from him mouth and seem completely disconnected from reality when talking about wanting to make the Pacquiao fight happen on May 2, something that Saul Alvarez, considering himself to be a big enough name to hold a boxing night completely on his own, might not be happy with, considering he’s going to fight on the same date as well. More

Mayweather vs Pacquiao – Still Not Close to Happening

Posted on 11 Dec, 2014, by in Boxing

No matter how much past their prime they are, the prospect of putting Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. in the same boxing ring finally is still the best prospect a lot of boxing fans have going for them. Unfortunately, despite the increased teasing between the two, it’s not really close to happening. More

Pacquiao Over Algieri – All That’s Left is Waiting for Mayweather

Posted on 23 Nov, 2014, by in Boxing

Except for knocking him out, Manny Pacquiao hurt Chris Algieri in every possible way to score an impressive title-retaining win of his Weltereight belt, once again leaving all of us with the question of when, if ever, will he and Floyd Mayweather step in the ring. More

Pacquiao vs Algieri – Something to be Concerned About?

Posted on 19 Nov, 2014, by in Boxing

There are many who feel that a fight between Pacquaio and Algieri shouldn’t take place. Those same people think that whoever Mayweather and Pacquiao get into the ring with, if it’s not against each other, it’s not really worth their time, or their money. But with the two (still) biggest names in boxing refusing to fight each other, the options of finding someone to fight are limited unless Pacquiao is looking to repeat himself. And he’s not getting in the ring with Juan Manuel Marquez again. Too much of a risk, not enough of a reward. More

Kovalev Beats Hopkins, Suggesting It’s Time For Him to Retire

Posted on 9 Nov, 2014, by in Boxing

Bernard Hopkins doesn’t back down from fights, which is what cost him a brutal beating in the hands of Sergey Kovalev, becoming a Light Heavyweight champion for the WBO, IBF and WBA (super), beating the 49-year old journeyman who simply refuses to retire with a unanimous decision. More