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Sergey Kovalev Sorta Got Robbed Against Andre Ward

Posted on 20 Nov, 2016, by in Boxing

There was something off about three scoring judges giving Andre Ward the unanimous victory over Sergey Kovalev in a fight for three light heavyweight belts. Some called it the biggest robbery in boxing since a weird scoring decision handed Timothy Bradley the win over Manny Pacquiao. More

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Andre Ward – No Fights For the Best Pound-For-Pound Boxer in the World

Posted on 26 Aug, 2013, by in Boxing

It’s been nearly a year since the last time Andre Ward stepped in the ring. The last time it took nine months between fights for the reigning WBA (Super) Super middleweight champion because he wanted to rest from the Super Six tournament. This time, it’s simply about not being able to find an opponent. More

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Gennady Golovkin Should Fight Sergio Martinez Next

Posted on 30 Jun, 2013, by in Boxing

There aren’t that many big fights possible to make in the middleweight division, but there’s no doubt that best of them should be Gennady Golovkin, fresh of retaining his WBA and IBO titles against Matthew Macklin, fighting against the man regarded as the class of the division for the last few years, Sergio Martinez. More

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Andre Ward vs Kelly Pavilk – You Take What You Get

Posted on 28 Nov, 2012, by in Boxing

Who is the best boxer in the world, the pound for pound number one fighter? The popular choice for quite some time has been Floyd Mayweather, sometimes Manny Pacquiao. In truth, Andre Ward deserves that imaginary title just as much, which is why his fight against Kelly Pavlik doesn’t sound like a fair one at all. More

After Mayweather & Pacquiao, Who’ll be the Pound-for-Pound King?

Posted on 14 Jul, 2012, by in Boxing

Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao won’t be on the top of the pound-for-pound rankings forever. The lists aren’t moving Mayweather from his perch despite being in jail and no one knowing when his next fight will be, while Pacquiao’s “loss” to Bradley didn’t change too much because it’s hard to ignore the facts of that fight and what everyone saw. More

Losing Faith in Boxing – From Mayweather vs Pacquiao to Berto and Peterson Positive Tests

Posted on 20 May, 2012, by in Boxing

Instead of getting fights we want, like Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao, we get feuds and talk about PPV shares; Sums none of really understand; Instead of great rematches like Khan – Peterson and Victor Ortiz – Andre Berto, we get news of positive drug tests and rescheduled fights. More

Aftermath of the Ward – Froch Title Fight

Posted on 18 Dec, 2011, by in Boxing

Andre Ward may not have the power the masses and PPV crowds want from a pound-4-pound king, but he’s got everything else. The American became a unified Super Middleweight champion after a unanimous decision win over Carl Froch, remaining undefeated and winning Showtime’s Super Six Boxing Classic tournament. Lucian Bute is next? More

Ward vs Froch – Powerless Perfection Facing Big Mouth Brit

Posted on 16 Dec, 2011, by in Boxing

Andre Ward has never lost a fight, but probably doesn’t get the respect he deserves as one of the best fighters in the world due to his low knockout numbers. Carl Froch, despite being more enjoyable to watch, is the overwhelming underdog in the Super Six Final for the Super Middleweight titles. More

Carl Froch and Andre Ward Trade Warnings

Posted on 14 Oct, 2011, by in Boxing

It moved from October to December, but at least we still got the fight, the final to the Super Six Super Middleweight tournament, between British Carl Froch, the WBC champion, and undefeated American Andre Ward, the WBA Super champion. More

Andre Ward Trying to Duck Carl Froch?

Posted on 23 Sep, 2011, by in Boxing

With a short tweet about a severe cut he sustained during training, Andre Ward not only got his Super Six Super Middleweight Final with Carl Froch probably postponed, but a whole lot of promoters angry and fuming with the way he’s done it. More