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Title Shots Here! Getcha' Free Title Shot!, Vol. 8

Title Shots Here! Getcha' Free Title Shot!, Vol. 8

By Derek Bonnett: The year 2012 is already in its fourth month and boxing fans have not had to hear my rebellious cries against the world sanctioning bodies or their sorry excuses for world championship match-ups due to erroneous rankings systems. Overall, I have been pleased with the efforts of the IBF, WBA, WBC, and WBO thus far. Title Shots Here! Getcha' Free Title Shot!, Vol. 8
Can Floyd Mayweather Conquer Mount Cotto?

Can Floyd Mayweather Conquer Mount Cotto?

By Alex Luces: While their legacies may never be finalized by fighting each other, Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. have decided to keep moving along their respective careers. “Money Mayweather” has stayed true to his name and advanced toward a fight with Miguel Cotto, the second highest-grossing pay-per-view star not named Pacquiao. Can Floyd Mayweather Conquer Mount Cotto?
Flashback: Jack Johnson Profiled

Flashback: Jack Johnson Profiled

By John F. McKenna: John Arthur (Jack) Johnson, AKA “The Galveston Giant”, AKA“Lil Artha” was one of those larger than life Heavyweight Champions who comes along once in a generation. Johnson was born on March 31, 1878 in Galveston, Texas. He was the son of former slaves Henry and Tina Johnson who worked at blue collar jobs to provide for their six children. Flashback: Jack Johnson Profiled
Famous Ring Wars: Sugar Ray Robinson vs Randy Turpin 1

Famous Ring Wars: Sugar Ray Robinson vs Randy Turpin 1

By John F. McKenna: When Sugar Ray Robinson signed to fight Great Britain’s Randy Turpin on July 10, 1951 boxing fans, writers and historians already knew that Sugar Ray was something special and that he was going to go down in boxing history as an all time great. He was a fighter who it was said, could outbox the boxers and outpunch the punchers. Robinson had won all 85 of his amateur fights, 69 coming via the knockout route. 40 of those KO’s came in the first round. Famous Ring Wars: Sugar Ray Robinson vs Randy Turpin 1
Weekend Wrap-Up:  Winners and the Texas State Athletic Commission

Weekend Wrap-Up: Winners and the Texas State Athletic Commission

By Jason Pribila: I usually reserve my “Winners and Losers” articles for major pay per view fights. However, after a weekend that saw boxing shows airing on ESPN2, Showtime, HBO, and NBC Sports Net, I was hopeful for enough material to warrant a column. The Texas State Athletic Commission once again ensured that I’d have plenty of words to write under the list of losers. Weekend Wrap-Up:  Winners and the Texas State Athletic Commission
Mayweather vs. Cotto - A Simple Game of Genius

Mayweather vs. Cotto - A Simple Game of Genius

By Tom Gray: Undefeated in forty two starts, winner of seven world titles across five divisions and a heavy favourite to annex his eighth on May 5th, Floyd Mayweather is a boxing savant for the millennium. Mayweather vs. Cotto - A Simple Game of Genius
Hopkins and Froch – Born Gladiators

Hopkins and Froch – Born Gladiators

By Tom Gray: Both gladiators are vastly different but they are also the same. Bernard Hopkins is forty seven years of age, with an astonishing twenty four year professional career behind him. Physiologically remarkable, The Executioner is an old school scientist who has the nasty habit of ending careers and, cerebrally, he possesses enough boxing acumen to fill several large volumes. Hopkins and Froch – Born Gladiators
Bute Vs Froch, A Battle Between True Professionals

Bute Vs Froch, A Battle Between True Professionals

By Clive Bernath: On May 26 two of boxing’s true professionals will collide at the Capital FM Arena in middle England when unbeaten French Canadian Lucian Bute defends his IBF super-middleweight title against local hero Carl Froch. Bute Vs Froch, A Battle Between True Professionals
State of the Heavyweights: Top Three in Action, Part II

State of the Heavyweights: Top Three in Action, Part II

By Mikko Salo: The first of the three consecutive star-studded heavyweight weekends included some unexpectedly bizarre pre-fight antics, an unexpectedly competitive Championship Fight and an unexpectedly violent post-fight press conference. State of the Heavyweights: Top Three in Action, Part II
Duran: The Movie

Duran: The Movie

By Jerry Glick: Many boxers have a story to tell. Some have had the opportunity to tell their story on the big screen including Rocky Graziano, Joe Louis, Jake LaMotta, and more recently, Micky Ward. Duran: The Movie
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