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Like Mayweather vs Pacquiao, Canelo vs Golovkin Will Happen Way Too Late

Posted on 20 Sep, 2016, by in Boxing

After beating Liam Smith to win the WBO Light Middleweight title, Canelo Alvarez said the usual things. That he isn’t afraid of anyone, which was aimed at Gennady Golovkin, probably the best pound-for-pound fighter in the world today. Realistically, just like the mega disappointing fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao, it’ll happen after the zenith point of the potential fight. More

Julio Cesar Chavez vs Sergio Martinez – Preview & Prediction

Posted on 15 Sep, 2012, by in Boxing

The man considered to be the best middleweight fighter at the moment, Sergio Martinez, doesn’t have an alphabet title belt. His opponent, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., holds the WBC belt in the division, a belt that Martinez held but never actually lost. Boxing politics make this one more than just a title fight. More

Mayweather vs Pacquiao – Easy Fight for Floyd?

Posted on 20 Aug, 2012, by in Boxing

I guess Timothy Bradley forgot he actually lost the fight to Manny Pacquiao according to 98% of the people watching the fight, unlike the judges who somehow saw something very different. Because Bradley, probably looking for Pacquiao to choose him for his November fight, said that when Floyd Mayweather steps with Pac-Man in the ring, he’ll have an easy time dealing with him. More

Losing Faith in Boxing II – Pacquiao vs Bradley WBO Review Means Nothing

Posted on 21 Jun, 2012, by in Boxing

So the WBO review panel watched the Manny Pacuqiao – Timoth Bradley fight one more time, and unanimously decided that Manny Pacquiao should have won that fight, all giving him a uninanious decision victory. So what? It doesn’t change anything. 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

Manny Pacquiao Getting Screwed by the Judges Doesn’t go Away

Posted on 11 Jun, 2012, by in Boxing

It’s been about 36 hours since one of the worst decisions in Boxing’s recent history. Manny Pacquiao wasn’t at his best, but there wasn’t a single person watching the fight thinking he got outboxed by Timothy Bradley. Except for two judges and another one who called it too close than it really was. More

Khan – Peterson Fight in Jeopardy; Peterson Tests Positive for Banned Substance

Posted on 8 May, 2012, by in Boxing

Amir Khan is supposed to get his rematch against Lamont Peterson on May 19; A chance to win back his Light Welterweight belts and to put the division once and for all behind him with a win over an opponent he feels superior to. An opponent he feels he actually beat in their first fight, back in December. An opponent who has tested positive for performance enhancing drugs. More

Saul Alvarez Too Good & Young for Shane Mosley

Posted on 6 May, 2012, by in Boxing

Saul Alvarez, Canelo to those who prefer shorter names or nicknames for boxers, had no problem against 40 year old Shane Mosley, retaining his WBC Light Middleweight belt but more importantly won his first big fight as a co-headliner on PPV, taking another step towards the top of the boxing world. More

Trying to Predict the Cotto – Mayweather Fight

Posted on 4 May, 2012, by in Boxing

Floyd Mayweather is undefeated, sometimes untouchable. While there’s no doubt Cotto will tag him a time or two and who knows, maybe even more, it’s hard to find anyone willing to put their money on the Puerto Rican WBA Light Middleweight champion to come out on top in his fight with the popular pick for P4P king. More

Aftermath of the Hopkins – Dawson Title Fight

Posted on 29 Apr, 2012, by in Boxing

Chad Dawson knew the 12 rounds against Bernard Hopkins were going to be tough and dirty. That’s how Hopkins fights. That’s how Hopkins has remained a Light Heavyweight champion at the age of 47. Dawson did look the bloodier of the two due to a nasty cut above his eye, but there was no doubt about the winner, the better boxer and the new WBC Light Heavyweight champion. More