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28 NOVEMBER 2014

 


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Hopkins and Dawson:  Winners and Losers

Hopkins and Dawson: Winners and Losers

By Jason Pribila: “Believe it or Not” boxing fans have paid over $120.00 in the last 28 days to see two main events that have once again left them apologizing for the sport they are no doubt getting tired of defending. On Saturday night they paid out $50 for 46 year-old Bernard Hopkins’ defense of his light heavyweight championship against Chad Dawson. Hopkins and Dawson:  Winners and Losers
Back From The Brink, One Punch Can Change Everything

Back From The Brink, One Punch Can Change Everything

By Danny Winterbottom: The total domination of one boxer over his opponent can be an absorbing spectacle to watch as he exerts his mastery of the noble art on his hapless foe. However, in boxing one punch can change everything. Back From The Brink, One Punch Can Change Everything
Live or Die: The Passing of the 15 Round Era, Part II

Live or Die: The Passing of the 15 Round Era, Part II

By Dave McKee: In the wake of his brutal November 13, 1982 war with WBA world lightweight champion Ray “Boom-Boom” Mancini, South Korean contender Deuk-Koo Kim lay dead in a hospital, having succumbed to complications arising from a blood clot on his brain. For Mancini, years of guilt and recriminations from a somewhat hypocritical public lay ahead. Everyone knew boxing was dangerous. Live or Die: The Passing of the 15 Round Era, Part II
Pribs Notes:Martinez/Barker,Bozella, Cotto – Margarito II, and more…

Pribs Notes:Martinez/Barker,Bozella, Cotto – Margarito II, and more…

By Jason Pribila: I arrived home from Atlantic City at 7:00 am on Sunday morning. I decided that a power nap at a rest stop on the AC Expressway would serve me well. The HBO televised fights lasted a total of 20.5 rounds of a scheduled 22 and pushed my departure time from Boardwalk Hall back to 12:30 am. Pribs Notes:Martinez/Barker,Bozella, Cotto – Margarito II, and more…
Bernard Hopkins Continues To Add To His Legacy

Bernard Hopkins Continues To Add To His Legacy

By Matthew Hurley: His extraordinary professional career has stretched on for twenty-three years, and although there have been losses, both controversial and spot on, along with some uneven, tentative performances bordering on the tedious, he continues to persevere. Bernard Hopkins Continues To Add To His Legacy
Sergio Martinez:  Too Good For His Own Good?

Sergio Martinez: Too Good For His Own Good?

By Jason Pribila: On Saturday night Sergio “Maravilla” Martinez returns to the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, the building where he celebrated his three biggest nights as a professional boxer. First his stock rose as he came up a point short in a fight of the year candidate. Next he started fast and finished strong en route to winning the lineal middleweight championship. And finally he ended a fight with a single punch that earned him “Knockout” and “Fighter of the Year” honors in 2010. Sergio Martinez:  Too Good For His Own Good?
Mayweather vs Ortiz:  Winners and Losers

Mayweather vs Ortiz: Winners and Losers

By Jason Pribila: On Saturday Night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Golden Boy Promotions presented “Star Power” Mayweather vs Ortiz. The dust settled, and once again the sport of boxing was left to defend itself as a relevant player on the sports landscape. Mayweather vs Ortiz:  Winners and Losers
Mayweather Flap: Best Thing for Boxing in Years?

Mayweather Flap: Best Thing for Boxing in Years?

By Dave McKee: Is the Mayweather Ortiz controversy the best thing to happen for boxing in years? Almost weekly we read article after article decrying the actions of referees, judges, commissions, and sanctioning bodies. Every week, it seems, the final nail is driven into boxing’s coffin. It’s just a matter of time before the sport vanishes into the dustbin of history. Mayweather Flap: Best Thing for Boxing in Years?
Apology not Accepted

Apology not Accepted

By John Lumpkin: So when is the moment over? If you shake someone’s hand, is the greeting over when the contact ceases? Do we count the time it takes to step back as part of the equation? Is there a few extra seconds of reflection required to complete the process? Apology not Accepted
Mayweather’s KO: Cheap Shot or Tough Brakes?

Mayweather’s KO: Cheap Shot or Tough Brakes?

By Mike Sloan: Jim Lampley said it best after Floyd Mayweather knocked Victor Ortiz into orbit with a textbook left/right: “Floyd definitely will not make any new fans with this.” Lampley is right. The majority of boxing fans hated the guy before he climbed through the ropes to take on Ortiz and after he clobbered his foe with what many deem a dirty move, the number of Mayweather detractors grew tenfold. Mayweather’s KO: Cheap Shot or Tough Brakes?
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