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Kovalev KOs Mohammedi; Gonzalez Robbed Kovalev KOs Mohammedi; Gonzalez Robbed
By Derek Bonnett Going into the July 25 boxing card featuring Sergey Kovalev and Jean Pascal in separate bouts, the focus was on each man winning in Las Vegas, Nevada to set up a rematch of their memorable war from this past March. In boxing, the best laid plans of mice and men often go awry, but more commonly, the bird in the hand does not measure up to just one waiting in the bush. By night’s conclusion, Kovalev provided fans with something close to the expectation, but Pascal found
On the Move: SecondsOut World Rankings 7-12-15 On the Move: SecondsOut World Rankings 7-12-15
By Derek Bonnett Boxing at its produces action that is perhaps unrivalled in all of sport. However, boxing is far more likely to produce inconclusive action in comparison to football, baseball, basketball, hockey, an tennis. For in all these other contests, due to their points systems, the winner is definitively the winner. In the Sweet Science fans sometimes have to digest an outcome where the winner really didn’t do much to be considered better than his opponent. This weekend, both T
Herrera Edges Lundy; Head Clashes End Bout Early Herrera Edges Lundy; Head Clashes End Bout Early
By Derek Bonnett Mauricio Herrera just might be the unluckiest fighter in the sport of boxing. In 2014, he lost two highly controversial decisions to Danny Garcia and Jose Benavidez in WBA 140 pound title bouts. Herrera took on veteran Hank Lundy at Sports Arena, Los Angeles, California, USA in a bid to claim the vacant NABF 140 pound title. Given the experience of Lundy and the clash of styles, Herrera figured to be in another close contest.
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