Floyd’s Legacy

Mayweather Pacquiao Mayweather vs. Pacquiao  floyd mayweather jr By Glen Anglin: No matter what happens in the future, the boxing world should forever recognize the fighting exploits of Floyd Mayweather. PBF has already fought so many good fights against tough competition, that it seems silly to suggest otherwise. Read the rest of this entry »



Mayweather Sr.: I could have done a lot better job with Amir Khan than Freddie Roach

Khan Peterson Khan vs. Peterson  freddie roach amir khan By Chris Williams: Trainer Floyd Mayweather Sr. is extremely disappointed with the lack of progress that former IBF/WBA light welterweight champion Amir Khan has made while under the guidance of trainer Freddie Roach in Los Angeles, California. Mayweather Sr. doesn’t see any improvement in Khan’s game whatsoever since Roach started training him and says that he’s seen women that fight better than Khan fights now. Read the rest of this entry »



Adrien Broner, the Mayweather clone, faces unbeaten Eloy Perez on February 25th on HBO

Broner Perez Broner vs. Perez  floyd mayweather jr adrien broner By Eric Thomas: Undefeated WBO super featherweight champion Adrien Broner (22-0, 18 KO’s) faces what could be the toughest test of his still young three year pro career against undefeated No.1 World Boxing Organization ranked contender Eloy Perez (23-0-2, 7 KO’s) on HBO on February 25th at the Scottrade Center in Saint Louis, Missouri. Read the rest of this entry »



Bellew should fight Maccarinelli next with the winner getting Cleverly

Bellew Maccarinelli Bellew vs. Maccarinelli  tony bellew nathan cleverly enzo maccarinelli By Scott Gilfoid: WBO light heavyweight champion Nathan Cleverly (23-0, 11 KO’s) says former WBO cruiserweight champion Enzo Maccarinelli (33-5, 26 KO’s) has to earn a shot at his title by proving himself at light heavyweight despite Maccarinelli being the much more proven fighter and having faced much better opposition than Cleverly has fought before. Read the rest of this entry »



Wladimir to get stuck with 40-year-old Tony Thompson after the Mormeck fight

Klitschko Thompson Klitschko vs. Thompson  wladimir klitschko tony thompson jean marc mormeck By William Mackay: It goes from bad to worse for IBF/WBA/WBO heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko (56-3, 49 KO’s) in 2012. Not only does he have to waste the first quarter of 2012 getting ready to destroy 39-year-old smallish ex-cruiserweight champion Jean Marc Mormeck (36-4, 22 KO’s) on March 3rd in Germany, but Wladimir then has to fight 40-year-old Tony Thompson (36-2, 24 KO’s), his International Boxing Federation mandatory challenger, in his next bout in 2012. Read the rest of this entry »



Jermain Taylor: I’m returning to boxing to capture the belts and be #1

Taylor Nicklow Taylor vs. Nicklow  jermain taylor By Allen Fox: Former WBC/WBO middleweight champion Jermain Taylor (28-4-1, 17 KO’s) is making a comeback on Friday night and looking to make a new run at becoming the No.1 fighter in the middleweight division. Taylor faces Jessie Nicklow (22-2-3, 8 KO’s) in a fight that should give fans a good indication of whether Taylor will be successful in his comeback or not. Read the rest of this entry »



Are Khan’s fouling tactics common in British boxing?

 amir khan By Scott Gilfoid: In watching Amir Khan’s fights in the past year or so, I’ve not been blind to his bad habit of fouling his opponents repeatedly in his fights. The fouls that I’ve seen from Khan are as follows: Holding & hitting, pulling down on his opponents’ heads, shoving them, rabbit punching, headbutting, and shouldering. Read the rest of this entry »



Deontay Wilder = The best prospect in the heavyweight division

The Bronze Bomber  deontay wilder By Scott Gilfoid: 6’7” former 2008 Olympic heavyweight bronze medalist Deontay Wilder (20-0, 20 KO’s) is the textbook version of a one-punch knockout artist and he’s arguably the best heavyweight prospect in boxing in my opinion. Wilder has knocked out all 20 of his opponents with most of the knockouts coming in the first here rounds. Read the rest of this entry »



Mayweather Sr.: Andre Dirrell and Ward will be the future stars in boxing after Floyd retires

Dirrell Cunningham Dirrell vs. Cunningham  andre ward andre dirrell By Scott Gilfoid: Floyd Mayweather Sr. says he sees Andre Dirrell and Andre Ward as becoming the big stars in the boxing world after his son Floyd Mayweather Jr. retires from the sport. Read the rest of this entry »



Adamek reloading for another title run at heavyweight

 tomasz adamek By Scott Gilfoid: It’s still difficult to erase the image of small overmatched Tomasz Adamek (44-2, 28 KO’s) looking like a helpless schoolboy in getting whipped by WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko (43-2, 40 KO’s) last September in a 10th round TKO loss in Poland. Read the rest of this entry »



Haye: I put backsides in seats; I bring value to a Vitali fight

Klitschko Haye Klitschko vs. Haye  vitali klitschko david haye By William Mackay: It’s no secret that David Haye has been involved with two of the worst fights in recent years with his Audley Harrison and Wladimir Klitschko fights, which were expensive pay per view bouts where the boxing public got very little value for the money they dished out to watch Haye fight. We all know that Haye destroyed a timid Harrison after throwing precious few punches in the first two rounds of the fight. Read the rest of this entry »



Does Cotto deserve a rematch with Pacquiao?

Cotto Pacquiao Cotto vs. Pacquiao  miguel cotto manny pacquiao By Dan Ambrose: It’s been two years now since Miguel Cotto was battered and bruised in losing to Manny Pacquiao by a 12th round TKO in November 2009. Cotto looked awful in that fight after the first couple of rounds and seemed to be in the survival mode until being blasted out in the 12th round under a stiff bombardment from Pacquiao With help from his promoter Bob Arum, who has set him up with three winnable fights, Cotto has won his last three rounds and now feels he deserves a big money rematch with Pacquiao next. Read the rest of this entry »



Dirrell: I’m looking to collect all the belts in one year

Dirrell Cunningham Dirrell vs. Cunningham  andre dirrell By Scott Gilfoid: Andre Dirrell (19-1, 13 KO’s) is looking to make up for lost time when he comes back this Friday night against Darryl Cunningham (24-2, 10 KO’s) in their televised fight on SHOWTIME. Dirrell, 28, wants to beat the 37-year-old Cunningham in impressive fashion and then use the momentum from this victory get him moving to capture all of the super middleweight titles in the next year. Read the rest of this entry »



Mayweather Sr.: Pacquiao doesn’t want to fight little Floyd

Mayweather Pacquiao Mayweather vs. Pacquiao  manny pacquiao floyd mayweather jr By Chris Williams: Floyd Mayweather Sr. has serious doubts that WBO welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao ever really wanted to fight Floyd Mayweather Jr. Floyd Sr. thinks Pacquiao is avoiding the fight to save himself from getting a beating from his son. Read the rest of this entry »



Povetkin still not ready for Klitschko?

Klitschko Povetkin Klitschko vs. Povetkin  wladimir klitschko alexander povetkin By John F. McKenna (McJack): It’s kind of interesting how much flak WBA/IBF/WBO/IBO heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko (56-3, 49 KO’s) has taken for his upcoming fight with Frenchman Jean-Marc Mormeck (36-4, 22 KO’s). Many boxing observers and fans have been highly critical of “Dr. Steelhammer” for taking on the former WBA/WBC cruiserweight champion. Read the rest of this entry »



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