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title Does David Haye Deserve To Be Ranked #3 In The Heavyweight Division?

David HayeBy Thomas Hanson: In somewhat of a real head scratcher, David Haye (21-1, 20 KOs) has recently been pushed up to near the top of the WBO and WBC rankings, specifically to number #3 in the WBO and #5 in the WBC, all without having fought any heavyweight matches recently.  → read full article

title Danny Williams – Never Say Die

By Abbas Dadhiwala: After having watched Danny Williams last fight against Big John McDermott, I wasn’t at all surprised that Danny got the decision from the judges.  → read full article

title Greene Defeats Torres, Looks Terrible

Joe GreeneBy Eric Thomas: Making his first appearance as a light middleweight, undefeated contender Joe Greene (20-0, 14 KOs) struggled badly with the hard-punching Jose Miguel Torres (20-4, 18 KOs), defeating him by a harder than expected 12-round unanimous decision to win the vacant NABA light middleweight title on Wednesday night at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, in Hollywood, Florida.  → read full article

title Julio Stops Varela

By Eric Thomas: Light middleweight contender Joel Julio (34-1, 31 KOs) destroyed the tough Jose Varela (23-4, 16 KOs) in a 6th round TKO on Wednesday night at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, in Hollywood, Florida.  → read full article

title Boxing News: Bradley vs. Cherry On September 13th; Antonio Diaz Returns On August 29th; Tecate Commemorates Mexican Independence Day

Timothy BradleyNEW YORK (Aug. 14, 2008) – The new World Boxing Council (WBC) Super Lightweight Champion Timothy “Desert Storm” Bradley will defend his title for the first time against Edner “Cherry Bomb” Cherry on Saturday, Sept.  → read full article

title Ricky Hatton: How Does The Future Look For Him?

Ricky HattonBy Jonathan Watkins: On December 10th 2007, a bruised and beaten Mancunian lay motionless on the canvas of the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.  → read full article

title De La Hoya Turns To Mora After Pacquiao Walks Away

Manny Pacquiao Oscar De La Hoya Sergio MoraBy Jim Dower: Going from a massive fight that would have likely brought in huge PPV dollar numbers, Oscar De La Hoya has suddenly had a lowering of expectations, turning his sights to WBC light middleweight champion Sergio Mora as his final opponent of his career on December 6th.  → read full article

title Calzaghe To Face Jones Then Retire – No Fight For Pavlik

Joe Calzaghe Roy Jones Jr.By Michael Lieberman: In an interview with Setanta Sports News, undefeated super middleweight Joe Calzaghe remarked that he plans on fighting one more time on November 8th against Roy Jones Jr, and then retire from the sport, saying “I’ve achieved everything I can in boxing.” The comment is more than mildly amusing considering that Jones is 39 years-old, not much of a threat to any top fighter in either the super middleweight or light heavyweight divisions.  → read full article

title Pacquiao-De La Hoya Negotiations Off: Will Oscar Now Face Margarito?

Antonio Margarito Oscar De La Hoya Pacquiao vs. De La HoyaBy Manuel Perez: In what turned out to be a bitter pill for Golden Boy Promotions today, lightweight Manny Pacquiao walked away from an offer of 70-30 purse split with the “Golden Boy” Oscar De La Hoya, turning him down when he refused to budge in any way and come in at the 60-40 purse split that Pacquiao was seeking.  → read full article

title With Pacquiao Out of The Picture, Who Should De La Hoya Fight?

Manny Pacquiao Oscar De La HoyaBy Aaron Klein: With today’s bombshell announcement that Manny Pacquiao has pulled out of the negotiations for a fight with Oscar De La Hoya, turning down a 70-30 purse split, just who now should De La Hoya fight on December 6th?  → read full article


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