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20 DECEMBER 2014

 


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Collins Opens New Gym And Reveals How McBride Beat Tyson

Collins Opens New Gym And Reveals How McBride Beat Tyson

By Gerry Hand: In his fourth professional fight Paschal Collins out-pointed a Mexican called Jorge VERA, eight fights down the line he out boxed Jack Duckworth. Collins Opens New Gym And Reveals How McBride Beat Tyson
Miguel Cotto – Antonio Margarito II:  Winners and Losers

Miguel Cotto – Antonio Margarito II: Winners and Losers

By Jason Pribila: On Saturday Night the eyes of the boxing world were once again focused on Madison Square Garden in New York City where 21,239 mostly Puerto Rican fans filled the building to capacity to cheer on their own Miguel Cotto’ as he attempted to enact revenge on the first man to defeat him. Cotto would have to overcome the cloud of suspicion, controversy, and personal loss in order to focus on the task at hand, which was to leave the ring with his hand raised in victory. Miguel Cotto – Antonio Margarito II:  Winners and Losers
The State of The Heavyweights: More of This, Please!

The State of The Heavyweights: More of This, Please!

By Mikko Salo: On Saturday night in Helsinki, fight fans were treated to the most entertaining heavyweight fight of the year between two young and hungry pugilists who are sure to make an increasing amount of noise in the division in the coming years. Dereck Chisora in dropping a controversial split decision against Robert Helenius redeemed himself after the lackluster 18 pounds heavier showing against Tyson Fury. The State of The Heavyweights: More of This, Please!
 Title Shots Here! Getcha' Free Title Shot!, Vol. 7

Title Shots Here! Getcha' Free Title Shot!, Vol. 7

By Derek Bonnett: It’s December and 2011 is rapidly coming to a close. If the Mayan calendar holds true, there are precious few months left for mankind and there are going to be legions of professional prizefighters whose dreams of world title contention will remain unfulfilled as the world comes crashing down in 2012.  Title Shots Here! Getcha' Free Title Shot!, Vol. 7
Nicknames

Nicknames

By John Wharton: many people will agree, a nickname is easy to come by but difficult to shrug off...just ask ‘Skidmark Mooney’ from my junior school days. In sport, however, a nickname can encapsulate just who you are and what you do, and one sport in which it is seemingly essential to have one is boxing. Nicknames
Michael Bentt: Renaissance Man

Michael Bentt: Renaissance Man

Jerry Glick reporting: He played Sonny Liston opposite Will Smith in “Ali” on the big screen; he was in "Public Enemies" starring with Johnny Depp; he was in "State Property 2" with Damon Dash; he has appeared on television on Saturday Night Live; he did "Sons of Anarchy." He has played Othello, The Moor of Venice, and he has written for HBO and Bert Sugar’s “Fight Game.” Michael Bentt, former WBO Heavyweight Champion, has added to his boxing prowess by becoming a man of the arts. Michael Bentt: Renaissance Man
What You Missed While Watching Pacquiao and Marquez

What You Missed While Watching Pacquiao and Marquez

By Dave McKee: When the opening bell tolled, bringing the eyes of boxing fans and casual observers alike to focus on the fabled squared circle on November 12, 2012, something profound transpired. Thirty-six-plus-twelve minutes of deep significance passed, and few who watched took notice. What You Missed While Watching Pacquiao and Marquez
Pacquiao – Marquez:  Enough With Robbery Nonsense

Pacquiao – Marquez: Enough With Robbery Nonsense

By Matthew Hurley: Well, there’s nothing quite like a bit of controversy to get boxing fans all in a lather. The rubber match between Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez, two fighters so evenly matched we all should have known going in that it would be another hotly contested bout, once again fought on nearly even terms and left their respective admirers in defensive mode. Pacquiao – Marquez:  Enough With Robbery Nonsense
The State of the Heavyweights: The Cases of the Declining Challengers

The State of the Heavyweights: The Cases of the Declining Challengers

By Mikko Salo: Good news: In December we will have a two-weekend stretch, where one of The Undisputed Heavyweight Champions and two of The Ring Top 5 heavyweight contenders are stepping in the squared circle. Then the bad news: None of them is facing another Ring Top 10 opponent. The State of the Heavyweights: The Cases of the Declining Challengers
Pacquiao’s Win: Justified or Robbery?

Pacquiao’s Win: Justified or Robbery?

By Mike Sloan: For a fight as close as they come, one that easily could have gone to either man, the official result of Manny Pacquiao’s majority decision win over rival Juan Manuel Marquez has raised quite an uproar. Some 24 hours after the Filipino superstar’s hand was raised in victory, there remains some incendiary embers underneath the ashes of the immediate fallout from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Pacquiao’s Win: Justified or Robbery?
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