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Floyd Mayweather

Mayweather Beats Maidana – A Lot Easier the Second Time Around

Posted on 14 Sep, 2014, by in Boxing

The first fight made it seem like Floyd Mayweather is slipping and letting age slow him down. His second bout with Marcos Maidana ended those speculations, as the undefeated Welterweight and Light Middleweight champion won through a unanimous decision, not leaving any room for doubt this time. More

Maidana vs Mayweather

Mayweather vs Maidana – Vulnerable for the First Time

Posted on 11 Sep, 2014, by in Boxing

Regardless of how surprising it was to see Marcos Maidana do so well in the first fight and actually get a rematch, this fight will be determined by the ability of Floyd Mayweather to stay focused, dodge wild punches and simply carry out his usually very cautious and careful game plan, which has worked out wonderfully for him in his undefeated boxing career. More

Mayweather vs Canelo

Canelo Got in the Ring With Floyd Mayweather Too Soon

Posted on 15 Sep, 2013, by in Boxing

Instead of a mega fight, all we got was another boxing clinic from Floyd Mayweather, who made Saul “Canelo” Alvarez look like someone who is too young, too inexperienced and simply way out of his depth as he lost for the first time in his career, while Mayweather kept his undefeated legacy going as he picked up another very fat check. More

Canelo vs Mayweather

Floyd Mayweather Has no Option But to Fight Canelo Alvarez

Posted on 11 May, 2013, by in Boxing

Canelo wants the fight, and Floyd has never turned down an opponent. Those are the words uttered by Richard Schaefer, as Golden Boy Promotions has begun working on trying to bring the most lucrative possible fight in the world of boxing at the moment, Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Saul Canelo Alvarez into the ring by September. More

Mayweather vs Canelo

Floyd Mayweather Already Thinking How to Duck Saul Alvarez

Posted on 23 Apr, 2013, by in Boxing

The WBA is such a terrible organization that it has two boxers, Saul “Canelo” Alvarez and Floyd Mayweather Jr. holding the same title, the WBA Light Middleweight title. But as we know championships don’t matter, only money and PPV numbers do, there’s a very good chance we won’t get to see who is the “real” champion of yet another title belt is. More

Austin Trout

Canelo vs Austin Trout – The Fight We Need to Happen

Posted on 27 Jan, 2013, by in Boxing

Fights that should happen, that sound like the logical next step, often stay on the shelves with other unfulfilled plans. Austin Trout, the current WBA (Regular) light middleweight champion, deserves a shot at Saul Alvarez, but the people running the career path of Canelo don’t really want a piece of that action. More

Trout Cotto

Austin Trout – Miguel Cotto Should Have Been a Tougher Fight

Posted on 2 Dec, 2012, by in Boxing

How much does Miguel Cotto have left in the trunk? That question had to be asked after he was upset by the WBA Light Middleweight champion, Austin Trout, conceding his first ever loss in New York, despite the obvious support from the fans in the Madison Square Garden. More

Aftermath of the Cotto – Margarito Fight

Posted on 4 Dec, 2011, by in Boxing

Miguel Cotto wasn’t fighting to defend his WBA Super belt or prove who’s the best in the Light Middleweight division. Cotto was out there only to avenge his loss to Antonio Margarito, to destroy him. He succeeded, with a 10th round TKO as the Doctors wouldn’t let Margarito continue on account of his eye. More

Trying to Predict Cotto vs Margarito

Posted on 3 Dec, 2011, by in Boxing

Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito will meet again, three years after their first meeting, won by Margarito, later tarnished by the plaster incident. Despite the title on the line, it’s more about revenge, hate and a lot of bad blood between the two. More

Cotto vs Margarito – Revenge and Redemption

Posted on 1 Dec, 2011, by in Boxing

Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito will meet again, with Cotto all out for revenge and justice after the bloody beating he took in 2008 from the Mexican fighter, while Margarito is out to prove he isn’t a cheater, despite the evidence. Both will be fighting to show they still have a place in boxing. More