Mike Tyson’s Knockout Power: First Round KO’s

Mike Tyson

By Wilmar Patino: From “Kid Dynamite” to “Iron Mike”, Mike Tyson has always been revered for his Boxing skills and knockout power. He holds the record for being the youngest heavyweight champion and is the youngest to unify the division.

From his meteoric rise to his eventual downfall one thing that remained with Tyson was his ferocious power. He’s listed as one of the hardest punchers ever, and will go down in Boxing history as the baddest man on the planet. Today we take a brief look at Tyson’s awesome concussive power.

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Superman vs. Krusher: Stevenson vs. Kovalev this summer?

kovalev567By Wilmar Patino (Boxing’s Finest): Welcome back Boxing fans and enthusiasts to BoxingNews24.com and another article about a potential match-up for 2016! This time we will look into the mouth watering clash between 2 of the biggest punchers in the light heavyweight division. Superman vs Krusher is a fight that has to happen 2016 most likely in the summer. You can see the epic promo in the link right here Superman vs Krusher.

Adonis Stevenson (27-1)as we all remember had a big 2013 and was the fighter of the year as Sergey Kovalev(28-0-1) would be elected as fighter of the year for 2014 by Ring Magazine. After some bad matchups for Stevenson and some inactivity for Sergey Kovalev in 2015 the time has come to settle the score. The prize? Becoming unified Light Heavyweight Champion of the world.

First thing first, Sergey Kovalev must get past Jean Pascal once again on January 30th to keep his career moving forward and take one step toward fighting Adonis Stevenson.

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Canelo vs. Cotto: The Next Super Fight

canelo4By :Wilmar Patino (Boxing’s Finest) Welcome back Boxing fans and enthusiasts. Today we will speak on the next super fight coming up which should be Saul “Canelo” Alvarez vs. Miguel Cotto. Attached to this article you will find a link to my “Canelo vs. Cotto: Mexico vs Puerto Rico” super promo.

Check it out and get excited because there are many reasons to look forward to this one. With Mayweather and Pacquiao being a thing of the past we can take a look ahead to a more action packed super fight with Saul “Canelo” Alvarez taking on Miguel Cotto.

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Is Keith Thurman the future of the Welterweight Division?


By Wilmar Patino (Boxing’s Finest) With the stars of the welterweight division heating up I think it’s time to discuss who is the future? Many people are leaning towards Keith “One Time” Thurman as the leading candidate to take the spotlight. Keith Thurman had a good amateur career and turned pro in 2007. Since then he’s been climbing the rankings and knocking out many in his path to Welterweight supremacy. Yet, we still have some questions to be answered and all we can do is speculate on what can become of Keith Thurman.

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Guillermo Rigondeaux: Who’s Next?

By Wilmar Patino (Boxing’s Finest) Guillermo Rigondeaux isn’t being talked about much these days and a lot of that has to do with not having an opponent confirmed or even mentioned for his next fight. Last time we saw Guillermo Rigondeaux was last December vs. Hisashi Amagasa in Osaka, Japan. In that particular fight we saw Rigondeaux dominate most of the fight but also looked a little vulnerable in getting knocked down twice by the towering 5′ 10½″  Hisahi Amagasa.

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Is Boxing Dead? (Boxing is Immortal)

By Wilmar Patino (Boxing’s Finest): Welcome Back Boxing fans to another article for the hardcore and casual fans of this great sport. Since last weekend’s big fight I’ve been hearing a lot of hoopla between Boxing fans especially from the casuals saying that Boxing is Dead. This has been a strong statement that is made every now and then after a big disappointment in Boxing.

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Is Terence Crawford the next P4P Star?

By Wilmar Patino (Boxing’s Finest): Now that Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Manny Pacquiao is days away lets take time to talk about the future of the sport post Mayweather and Pacquiao. There are a few names that come to mind when we think about the future of Boxing, but to me Terence Crawford seems to be the most promising. For one, he’s only 27 years old and backed by Top Rank and HBO.

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Highlights and Review of Garcia vs. Peterson, Lee vs. Quillin, Spence Jr vs Vargas

Wimar Patino (Boxing’s Finest) Welcome to another edition of Boxing News with highlights and a quick review of the fights that took place on April 11th 2015. As you know Errol Spence Jr fought on the untelevised portion of the PBC undercards. He scored an impressive 4th round TKO of Samuel Vargas leaving Vargas with a record of 20-2-1 while Spence Jr. advances his own record to 16-0 with 13 KO’s.

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Upcoming Big Fights For The Next 30 Days!

By Wilmar Patino (Boxing’s Finest) Hello Boxing fans and enthusiasts and welcome to another edition of Upcoming fights for the next 30 days. As you already know Danny Garcia will be taking on Lamont Peterson this Saturday in a non title fight. I think there is enough coverage on this site of that fight so we’ll begin with the all out war between Lucas Matthysse and Ruslan Provodnikov.

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Sergey Kovalev: A True Champion

By Wilmar Patino (Boxing’s Finest) Sergey Kovalev will be facing off against Jean Pascal on March 14, 2015 in Montreal, Canada. Sergey Kovalev will have all his 3 titles (WBA, WBO, & IBF) on the line when he faces Jean Pascal in the challengers hometown. This is why Sergey Kovalev is a True Champion. He’s not afraid of anyone and he will go anywhere to take on all challengers despite the politics.

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