Browsing Sergio Martinez

Cotto Over Martinez – One Rising, the Other Quitting

Posted on 8 Jun, 2014, by in Boxing

There was no need for a decision, judges counting scorecards or controversy as Miguel Cotto pummeled Sergio Martinez into submission, winning The Ring and WBC Middleweight titles from the Argentine, knocking him down four times during the fight and winning with a 10th round Referee Technical Decision. More

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

Floyd Mayweather – What’s Left to Fight For

Posted on 29 Dec, 2012, by in Boxing

Legacy and money are what drive boxing forward. Mostly money. Titles? Their nice to have and hold up after wins, by their pretty meaningless in the grand scheme of things. For Floyd Mayweather, which has all the legacy he can wish for, and probably all the money as well, there isn’t that much left out there to motivate him. More

Floyd Mayweather vs Sergio Martinez – The Fight we Want & Need

Posted on 22 Dec, 2012, by in Boxing

Boxing, in it’s current form, is driven forward and hopefully upwards by big fights, the biggest possible. At the current situation, it’s obvious that any big fight should involve Floyd Mayweather Jr. But against who? Not Manny Pacquiao, not anymore. Sergio Martinez, before he becomes a bit too old for this s^%&, needs to be the next on the list. More

Floyd Mayweather – Planning Two Fights in 2013

Posted on 6 Dec, 2012, by in Boxing

While still remaining silent himself about his future plans, Floyd Mayweather is already sending out his advisers to spread the news: the king of boxing is back, not exactly in these words. It does mean that if everything goes according to plan, Mayweather is hoping to fight twice in 2013, with certain dates already in mind. More

HBO Happy About Martinez vs Chavez PPV Numbers

Posted on 22 Sep, 2012, by in Boxing

Just under half a million PPV buyers, according to HBO. Not Manny Pacquiao and certainly not Floyd Mayweather numbers, but the fight between Sergio Martinez and Julio Cesar Chavez, which impressed everyone live for its action and dramatic finale was equally impressive for the crowd it drew to the screens. More

Sergio Martinez – 20 Seconds Away from a Julio Cesar Chavez Knockout

Posted on 16 Sep, 2012, by in Boxing

Twenty second away from knocking out Sergio Martinez. That was what Julio Cesar Chavez was missing to remain undefeated and overturn a fight in which the older Argentinian battered him for nearly 11 rounds. Eventually, the Ring champion managed to make it through, just barely, to claim the WBC middleweight title belt. More

Floyd Mayweather – Out of Jail, Now What?

Posted on 4 Aug, 2012, by in Boxing

The world of boxing just got a little bit more interesting again. The sport with Floyd Mayweather and without him isn’t the same, and after getting 30 days taken off his allotted time, not only has his bromance with 50 Cent ready to go back on track; It’s time for him to find a new boxer to fight. More

Julio Cesar Chavez Can’t Avoid Sergio Martinez Much Longer

Posted on 17 Jun, 2012, by in Boxing

After completing his fourth defense of the WBC Middleweight title, Julico Cesar Chavez spoke about wanting Sergio Martinez as his next opponent, after seemingly dodging the number three pound-4-pound fighter in the world for the last year. Like everything in boxing, we’ll believe it when we see it. More

Mayweather vs Pacquiao or Martinez After Jail Time

Posted on 1 Jun, 2012, by in Boxing

Floyd Mayweather might be headed to jail this Friday for an 87 day sentence, but he’s already planning for the future; November, to be more exact. The plan? Another mega fight – Preferably Manny Pacquiao, and Sergio Martinez as the fall back option, with a potentially easier negotiation to go through. More