Boxing: Josh Taylor Wins Close Unanimous Decision Over Jose Ramirez To Become 140 Lb. Kingpin

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In the first major Las Vegas fight card with fans held by Top Rank this year Josh Taylor made history for his native Scotland. On Saturday Taylor, the World Boxing Association/International Boxing Federation junior welterweight champion coming into the night defeated then-World Boxing Council/World Boxing Organization champion Jose Ramirez via unanimous decision. All three judges… Continue reading Boxing: Josh Taylor Wins Close Unanimous Decision Over Jose Ramirez To Become 140 Lb. Kingpin

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Boxing: Wilder Arbitration Ruling Throws Joshua-Fury Fight Plans In The Air

Even as he has not fought in the boxing ring in over a year, Deontay Wilder was able to secure a key victory on Monday outside of it. In the process he may also derailed one of the most anticipated heavyweight fights in decades. On Monday Daniel Weinstein, the arbitrator overseeing the legal dispute between… Continue reading Boxing: Wilder Arbitration Ruling Throws Joshua-Fury Fight Plans In The Air

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Boxing: Tyson Fury Dominates Deontay Wilder In Seventh Round TKO

The Gypsy King Tyson Fury reigns supreme again. In one of the of the more definitive early victories of 2020, Fury dominated Deontay Wilder from the opening bell tonight to win the World Boxing Council heavyweight title in a seventh round technical knockout of their much anticipated rematch. Referee Kenny Bayless stopped the fight as… Continue reading Boxing: Tyson Fury Dominates Deontay Wilder In Seventh Round TKO

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Boxing: A Night To Look Back On As HBO Closes Its’ Doors

Tonight will be remembered as a melancholy event for American fans of boxing. That is because in just a few hours the premier cable network HBO will broadcast their last fight card for the foreseeable future. The network’s decision, announced via press release on September 27, shook both the media and sports worlds. HBO Sports… Continue reading Boxing: A Night To Look Back On As HBO Closes Its’ Doors

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Boxing: On The Eve of Canelo-Golovkin 2 A Mix Of Anticipation And Bitterness Looms

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In mere hours the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, NV will start filling with fans waving the flags of Mexico and Kazakhstan in what has become a tradition of the North American boxing calendar. The combatants, Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez and World Boxing Council/World Boxing Association middleweight champion Gennady ‘GGG’ Golovkin, will face off for the… Continue reading Boxing: On The Eve of Canelo-Golovkin 2 A Mix Of Anticipation And Bitterness Looms

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Boxing: Meet Tyson Fury, The New Heavyweight Kingpin

It was ugly and largely uneventful, but for Great Britain’s Tyson Fury the goal was reached tonight. Going into the lion’s den in Dusseldorf, Germany for his first chance at a title, Fury ended the decade-long reign of heavyweight kingpin Wladimir Klitschko. In doing so Fury gains the International Boxing Federation, International Boxing Organization, World Boxing Association, and… Continue reading Boxing: Meet Tyson Fury, The New Heavyweight Kingpin

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Boxing: Kincaid-Godhard Promotions Looking To Make Sport Relevant Again

As a long time boxing fan, I’m ecstatic to see the sport once again getting some love and attention. Top notch boxing promoter Todd Kincaid has done it again with his promotion Kincaid-Godhard Promotions as they are all set to bring boxing back to Cleveland on Saturday November 7, 2015. After 15 straight packed to… Continue reading Boxing: Kincaid-Godhard Promotions Looking To Make Sport Relevant Again

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Boxing: It’s Mayweather Fight Day And Almost No One Cares

There is buzz all around Las Vegas around this time of year. The sports books are becoming real active with the start of both the NCAA football and NFL season starting. Mexican and Mexican-American residents are celebrating the Mexican Independence holiday. Finally as has been the custom for almost a decade hype around fight week for Floyd… Continue reading Boxing: It’s Mayweather Fight Day And Almost No One Cares

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Opinion: Three Easy Steps To Save Boxing In America

In the 80’ and most of the 90’s, the baddest man on the planet was always the World Heavyweight Boxing Champion. There was typically just one at a time, he was American, and he was a household name. It didn’t matter if it was Mike Tyson, Buster Douglas, Evander Holyfield, Riddick Bowe, George Foreman or… Continue reading Opinion: Three Easy Steps To Save Boxing In America

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