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Look For Calzaghe To Retire In 2009

By Scott Gilfoid: With appealing, crowd-pleasing fights in front of him against fighters like Chad Dawson, Carl Froch and Bernard Hopkins, you can probably expect for Joe Calzaghe to hang up the gloves in 2009 and retire from boxing rather than continuing on against dangerous fighters.  → read full story

Does De La Hoya Risk Permanent Injury If He Continues To Fight?

By Jim Dower: It was a sad, pitiful sight to see former boxing great Oscar De La Hoya (39-6, 30 KOs) getting pummeled by the small Manny Pacquiao on December 6th, and what was even worse than that, was watching De La Hoya pull a “no mas” by quitting on his stool after the 8th […]

Can Judah Recapture His Greatness?

By Jason Kim: With four losses out of his last eight fights, there’s major questions looming about the career of former light welterweight and welterweight champion Zab Judah (37-6, 25 KOs).  → read full story

Hatton Has Unfinished Business With Witter and Bradley

By Scott Gilfoid: Whether Ricky Hatton (45-1, 32 KOs) ends up fighting both Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr.  → read full story

Comparing Legacies: Hamed and Calzaghe

By Matthew Thomas Potter: Writing in his online blog for The Ring Magazine website, columnist Michael Rosenthal gave his opinions on the ten best British fighters of all time.  → read full story

Is Jeff Lacy a Shot Fighter?

By Dan Ambrose: After recently suffering his second one-sided loss in the past two years, there are whispering in the boxing community that super middleweight contender Jeff Lacy (24-2, 17 KOs) is a shot fighter, that he doesn’t have it anymore due to his vicious beat down at the hands of Joe Calzaghe two years […]

My Choice For Fighter Of The Year – Joe Calzaghe

By Michael Lieberman: For his two victories over the prehistoric fighters Bernard Hopkins and Roy Jones Jr.,  → read full story

Will Khan’s Poor Chin Limit His Success In 2009?

By Matt Stein: With his total destruction by Breidis Prescott in September, lightweight Amir Khan (19-1, 15 KOs) appears to have his work cut out for him if he wants to someday win a major title in the lightweight division.  → read full story

Why Samuel Peter Will Be Champion Again

By Dave Lahr: Ever since his 9th round stoppage loss to Vitali Klitschko on October 11th, former WBC heavyweight champion Samuel Peter (30-2, 23 KOs) has been written off by the boxing community, a lot of whom are saying that he’s finished as a fighter, that he’ll never be a champion again and that he […]

Who’s Next For De La Hoya?

By Chris Williams: Just because he got the living daylights whooped out of him doesn’t mean that Oscar De La Hoya (39-6, 30 KOs) needs to retire from boxing.  → read full story

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