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title Cotto-Clottey: Not Looking Forward to This Fight

By Chris Williams: I guess I’m in the minority when I say I’m not the least interested in seeing World Boxing Organization welterweight champion Miguel Cotto’s (33-1, 27 KOs) June 13th unification bout against International Boxing Federation welterweight champion Joshua Clottey (35-2, 20 KOs) at Madison Square Garden, in New York, New York. Read the rest of this entry »

title Was Calzaghe Put Off Dawson Due to His Lacy Experience?

calzaghe5435645By Simon Hirst: When Joe Calzaghe fought Jeff Lacy, Lacy was billed as the Tyson of the super middleweight division. He was unbeaten and had a fearsome reputation, which was half the fight won when entered the ring. In a unification bout with Calzaghe, Lacy was favourite to win. It came as quite a surprise when Calzaghe not only beat Lacy, but dominated him with ease and humiliated him. Read the rest of this entry »

title Why Hatton Must Fight Amir Khan

By Jason Kim: Ricky Hatton’s career is in shambles at this point with his 2nd round knockout loss to Manny Pacquiao. I don’t suspect that Hatton is going to retire, because he won’t want to go out of boxing with the kind of defeat that he suffered against Pacquiao. And I don’t think that Hatton is going to be satisfied by a fight against Michael Katsidis or some other beatable opponent that is trotted out for Hatton to get his confidence back. Read the rest of this entry »

title Haye: He [Hatton] Has a Lot to Be Proud Of”

By William Mackay: Not everyone has abandoned former light welterweight champion Ricky Hatton in his hour need. Heavyweight David Haye feels that Hatton has done a good job with his boxing career and that Hatton “has a lot to be proud of,” according to While many boxing fans and writers are calling for Hatton to retire following his 2nd round knockout loss to Manny Pacquiao two weeks ago on May 2nd, Haye feels that Hatton “has got a lot left.” Read the rest of this entry »

title Roach Now Wants Pacquiao to Wait on Mayweather Fight – News

pac4341By Manuel Perez: The great trainer for Manny Pacquiao, Freddie Roach, now looks as if he wants Manny Pacquiao to wait on the winner of the July 18th bout between Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Juan Manuel Marquez bout, according to the Manila Standard. This is a brilliant move on Roaches’ part, since Pacquiao said recently that he only wants to fight one more time and then retire and go into politics. Read the rest of this entry »

title All Fighters Should Be Like Froch

By William Mackay: In recent years, boxing has gone downhill with fighters have become more and more focused on building up their records by taking the easiest fights possible at the expense of developing their skills by facing better opponents. In a lot of cases, you have fighters with dramatically build up records (often unbeaten) with only a small handful of halfway credible opponents. Read the rest of this entry »

title Hatton vs. the Best Light Welterweights in the World

By Scott Gilfoid: We now know that Ricky Hatton wasn’t in the same league as Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr., both of whom took Hatton out without too much fuss. However, I wonder how Hatton would do against one of the top light welterweights in the division. Supposedly, Hatton had a rough camp with his trainer Floyd Mayweather Sr. and things didn’t go smoothly, enough so that his father Ray Hatton felt that Ricky would have been better off had he pulled out of the fight. Read the rest of this entry »

title Can Haye Beat Both Klitschko Brothers?

wladimir322427By Dave Lahr: On June 20th, former cruiserweight champion David Haye (22-1, 21 KOs) is going to be trying to set the wheels in motion by defeating IBF/WBO heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko (52-3, 46 KOs) so that Haye can get a shot at Wladimir’s brother, WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko. Due to the tough negotiating tactics by the Klitschko brothers, Haye finds himself in a contract where if he beats Wladimir on June 20th, Haye would still have to beat the Klitschko brothers two more times before Haye can escape with the belt and move onto other defense of his title. Read the rest of this entry »

title Pacquiao vs. Hatton Brings in Big PPV Numbers

By Eric Thomas: According to Dan Rafael of ESPN, the May 2nd bout between boxing superstars Ricky Hatton and Manny Pacquiao at the MGM Grand, was a huge success in terms of PPV buys, selling an estimated 825,000 domestic PPV (Pay per view) buys for the fight and it could go as high as 850,000, bringing in nearly fifty million. Rafael says that the PPV numbers in England could reach one million buys. The numbers are incredible when you look at the timing, which is coming with the economy in the tank and many people out of work. Read the rest of this entry »

title Haye-Hopkins in The Future?

By Jason Kim: According to the latest boxing gossip on Steve Bunce’s show, Richard Schaefer, the CEO of Golden Boy Promotions, there could be a possible bout between Bernard Hopkins and David Haye in the future. However, there are a lot of ifs that are involved for this to occur, starting with David Haye having to defeat IBF/WBO heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko in their June 20th title fight at the Veltins Arena, in Gelsenkirchen, Germany, next month. Read the rest of this entry »

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