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Andre Berto is the Next Floyd Mayweather Jr. Opponent

Posted on 5 Aug, 2015, by in Boxing

The next fight for Floyd Mayweather Jr. in his ongoing quest to make insane amounts of money while staying undefeated will be Andre Berto, who is the current Interim WBA Welterweight champion. More

Thurman beats Guerrero

Keith Thurman Destroys Robert Guerrero; Proves He’s Big-Time

Posted on 8 Mar, 2015, by in Boxing

If anyone had any doubt about Keith Thurman being the real deal came his dominant performance against Robert Guerrero, winning by unanimous decision to retain his WBA Welterweight title. More

Kovalev beats Hopkins

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

Froch knocks Groves Out

Froch Over Groves – A Great Way to Finish

Posted on 1 Jun, 2014, by in Boxing

It might or might not be the end to the career of Carl Froch, but it’s a special way to go. The 36-year old WBA and IBF super middleweight champion provided a fantastic show and knockout victory against George Groves as more than 80,000, a record-crowd for a British boxing bout, watched and cheered the Cobra win the rematch. More

Floyd Mayweather

Mayweather Beats Maidana – A Crack in the Armor

Posted on 4 May, 2014, by in Boxing

For the first time in a very long while, Floyd Mayweather looked vulnerable. Marcos Maidana was wild an missed quite a lot, but he made the undefeated pound-for-pound king sweat for his belt-unifying more than ever before, and even see one judge call it a draw, which immediately has people calling for a rematch and some even considering the Argentina getting robbed of victory. More

Wladimir Klitschko

Klitschko Beats Leapai – Predictable, Easy & Boring

Posted on 27 Apr, 2014, by in Boxing

It couldn’t get any more one sided than the way Wladimir Klitschko manhandled Alex Leapai in brisk and efficient fifth round knockout to retain his WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, IBO & The Ring Heavyweight title belts, once again showing his complete dominance over a decaying weigh class, which makes it hard to judge how good he really is on a historical level. 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

Amir Khan – Danny Garcia Becomes Light Welterweight Title Unification Fight

Posted on 14 Jul, 2012, by in Boxing

It’s very rare to see a correct and fair decision being made by one of the boxing governing bodies, but giving Amir Khan his WBA title belt back is one of them, making his fight with Danny Garcia a unification bout for Light Welterweight belts. More

Aftermath of the Klitschko vs Mormeck Title Fight

Posted on 4 Mar, 2012, by in Boxing

Wladimir Klitschko hardly broke a sweat. He said he got hit by a jab that stung his eye, but no one actually so it. Jean Marc-Mormeck was way out of his league, as the younger of the Klitschko brothers retained his IBF, WBO and WBA heavyweight titles by knocking out the 39 year old Frenchman early in the fourth round. More

Amir Khan Gets the Peterson Rematch He Deserved

Posted on 10 Feb, 2012, by in Boxing

Amir Khan shouldn’t be without the WBA and IBF belts right now, but he lost points on some shoving calls, some unauthorized person messed around with the scorecards and the judges, resulting in Lamont Peterson causing the upset that night in Washington. Now, after months of back and forth between both camps, the rematch (May 19 in Vegas) is a done deal. More