Lennox Lewis should have fought Wladimir Klitschko before retiring

By Eric Thomas: Recently, former world champion Lennox Lewis said he thinks he would beat IBF/WBA/WBO heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko if they had fought. Lewis points out that Wladimir doesn’t have the best of skills on the inside and that’s where Lewis was especially good with his uppercuts. Read the rest of this entry »



Roach says Khan will be the best fighter in boxing in two years

By John F. McKenna (McJack): Freddie Roach is convinced that Amir “King” Khan (25-1, 17 KO’s) will be the best pound for pound fighter in the world within two years. Read the rest of this entry »



ESPN names Pacquiao fighter of the year

By John F. McKenna (McJack): Actions speak louder than words when it comes to boxing. Once again pound for pound superstar Manny “PacMan” Pacquiao has proven that he is the best fighter in the world. Pacquiao won the “Fighter of the Year” award at the annual 2011 ESPY Awards. Read the rest of this entry »



Wladimir has really contradicted himself

By Aaron Scully: Listening to Wladimir at the press conference and interviews he has done to late he has really contradicted himself. Read the rest of this entry »



Khan doesn’t plan on making the same mistakes Haye did

By Jason Kim: WBA World light welterweight champion Amir Khan (25-1, 17 KO’s) doesn’t plan on making the same mistakes that David Haye did in his loss to IBF/WBO heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko recently. Haye went out and tried to intimidate Wladimir with trash talking and all kinds of mental game playing in order to throw him off before the fight. Read the rest of this entry »



Haye should fight Arreola for a tune-up, but probably won’t

By Sean McDaniel: If former WBA heavyweight champion David Haye (25-2, 23 KO’s) wanted to assure himself a rematch with IBF/WBA/WBO heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko (56-3, 49 KO’s), he’d take on heavyweight contender Chris Arreola (33-2, 28 KO’s) in a tune-up fight to get some badly needed positive press and some training. Read the rest of this entry »



Khan’s arms look too heavily muscled for Judah bout

By William Mackay: WBA light welterweight champion Amir Khan (25-1, 17 KO’s) looks to have overdid it a little bit with strength trainer Alex Ariza during training camp for Khan’s July 23rd bout against International Boxing Federation (IBF) Zab Judah. If you watch Khan work out for this fight, Khan’s arms look like they’re a lot more muscular for this fight than they were for his past fights. Read the rest of this entry »



Hunter: Froch’s trainer has no confidence in him thinking for himself

By Scott Gilfoid: Virgil Hunter, the trainer for WBA super middleweight champion Andre Ward, feels that WBC super middleweight champion Carl Froch’s trainer Rob McCracken doesn’t have 100% confidence in Froch thinking for himself in the ring. Hunter sees this as a problem, because if Froch can’t think for himself, he’s not going to be able to adapt during the course of a round when Ward starts working him over with angles, speed and different strategies. Read the rest of this entry »



Mayweather vs. Pacquiao: A case of brains vs. power

By Babatis Banda: Distinctively, Mayweather Jnr against Pacquiao is a purely brains versus power matching. We all talk about so many things why Floyd will win over the Pacman, or vice versa. There are certainly specific qualities that influence our thinking besides the blind following, which has become so common when you talk about these two boxers. Read the rest of this entry »



Should Haye ditch Booth and sign on Roach?

By William Mackay: Take one look at how awkward and amateurish David Haye (25-2, 23 KO’s) looked against IBF/WBO heavyweight champion Wladimir Kltischko in Haye’s 12 round decision loss on July 2nd and it tells all you need to know about the chances of Haye beating Wladimir in a rematch. It’s probably not even realistic to talk rematch between those two fighters, because Haye isn’t remotely interested in working for a rematch. Read the rest of this entry »



Tarver vs. Green: Antonio ready to give Danny a boxing lesson

By Dan Ambrose: International Boxing Organization (IBO) cruiserweight champion Danny Green (31-3, 27 KO’s) is facing one of the best fighters he’s ever been in with in Antonio Tarver (28-6, 19 Ko’s) on July 20th at the Entertainment Centre, in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Tarver may be getting up there in age at 42, but you can ignore his age completely because he’s one of those fighters that you can’t judge by his chronological age. Read the rest of this entry »



Khan working on movement for Judah bout

By Jason Kim: In watching World Boxing Association (WBA) light welterweight champion Amir Khan (25-1, 17 Ko’s) work out with trainer Freddie Roach one thing that really jumps out at you is how much movement Khan is using with Roach. Khan is literally moving to the point where he’s out of breath and losing steam on his flurries. Read the rest of this entry »



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