Breaking the Cycle: Fighter Safety By: Brandon Bernica As Glen Tapia glared the referee in the eyes, trying to bargain for the chance to repent for the knockdown he just experienced, Freddie Roach cut him off. Standing on the apron of the ring, Tapia’s trainers had seen enough. Four vicious …Read More »
Respecting the Sport
Respecting the Sport By: Matthew N. Becher Boxing is a sport based on respect. It is something that you need to earn. Either by fighting the toughest opponents available, or simply by garnering it with your punching ability while in the ring. Without respect you will not get far in …Read More »
Boxing Insider Notebook: McGregor, Mayweather, Canelo, Khan, Velasquez, Diaz, and more.
Boxing Insider Notebook: McGregor, Mayweather, Canelo, Khan, Velasquez, Diaz, and more. By: William Holmes The following is the Boxing Insider notebook for the week of May 3rd to May 10th; covering the comings and goings in the sport of boxing that you might have missed. Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Conor …Read More »
In Brutally, Scary KO, Alvarez, Retains His WBC Middleweight Title
In a Brutally, Scary KO, Alvarez, Retains His WBC Middleweight Title. By: Ronald Neal Goldman It was really a matter of when and not if. Though few actually believed that Amir Khan (34-4) had a chance of defeating Canelo Alvarez (47-1), the Britain’s efforts were admirable, if not telling of …Read More »
Dusty Hernandez Harrison Interview: “Everybody has counted him out, and nobody has counted me in yet”
Dusty Hernandez Harrison Interview: “Everybody has counted him out, and nobody has counted me in yet” By: Matthew N. Becher Dusty Hernandez Harrison (29-0 16KO) is an undefeated welterweight who is fighting Mike Dallas Jr. on Saturday May 13th, live on B.E.T. Harrison is a very young 21 years old, …Read More »
Anthony Crolla Wins by 7th Round KO
Anthony Crolla Wins by 7th Round KO By: Jordan Seward Anthony Crolla put in a tremendous tactical display last night to retain his WBA World Lightweight title with a 7th round KO victory against Ismael Barroso. ‘Million Dollar Crolla’ (31-4-3 13KOs) came into the fight as a slight underdog, despite …Read More »
Canelo Surges On, But What’s Next for Amir Khan?
Canelo Surges On, But What’s Next For Amir Khan? By: Oz Ozkaya Miraculous From The Mexican Coming into this hugely awaited Vegas showdown, Mexican man Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez held a very impressive record of 46-1-1 over Amir Khan’s 31-3-0. The odds were heavily staked against Khan for this fight with …Read More »
HBO PPV Results: Canelo Puts Khan to Sleep in Six
HBO PPV Round by Round Results By: William Holmes Canelo Alvarez (46-1-1) put up his WBC Middleweight Title on the line against British boxer Amir Khan (31-3) at the newly constructed T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. The winner of this bout may face Gennady Golovkin next, and Golovkin was …Read More »
HBO PPV Undercard Results: Gomez Dominates Herrera, Lemieux and Stevens Win by Stoppage
HBO PPV Undercard Results: Gomez Dominates Herrera, Lemieux and Stevens Win by Stoppage By: William Holmes The T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada held its first ever boxing event as Golden Boy Promotions put on a WBC Middleweight Title bout between Saul “Canelo” Alvarez and Amir Khan. Three bouts were …Read More »
Canelo – Khan | Thunder vs. Lightning | Who Wins?
Canelo – Khan | Thunder vs. Lightning | Who Wins? by Courtney Riley The fighters in this Cinco de Mayo weekend headliner have been licked with the cowardice brush by sections of boxing community. Former 2-weight world champion, Amir Khan (31-3, 19 KOs) was labelled a coward by a large …Read More »