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Former three-division world champion Adrien “The Problem” Broner will return to his hometown arena following a two-year absence to headline a SHOWTIME Boxing event on Saturday at U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati, Ohio. Broner will face Emmanuel “Tranzformer” Taylor in a 12-round super lightweight bout.
“It’s always good to fight at home,” said Broner, who, in his last bout at U.S. Bank Arena in July 2012 stopped Vicente Escobedo in five rounds. “It’s overdue. I will not disappoint my Cincinnati fans. I’ll make sure to put up a good show for them. Taylor is a young, talented fighter, but he’s not ready to solve this…Continue
Floyd Mayweather's assistant trainer Nate Jones, who has worked with Mayweather and countless other fighters, has been in the background for years, and you would have to travel far to find another trainer or fighter, that would say Nate isn't a great trainer. After watching fights over the years and speaking with Jones I asked him, what was his take on boxing trainers today. "Man these trainers don't know s*** about training, these fighters feet are all crazy and they can't jab, and you see them in the corner and the trainer is over there rhyming, like he was practicing poems in the mirror just to say on TV."
I have known Jones for many years and he has always trained fighters even when he was fighting he always was able to teach the game. For the…Continue
J'Leon Love upset by Porky Medina. Love came out and took control of the first round with movement and jabs. Medina cut off the ring in the second round and won that round. In the third he had Love backed into the corner and they both threw left hooks. Only problem is Medina's left hook was faster and it caught Love. J'Leon legs started to shake and you could tell he wasn't going to be able to get up. Tony Weeks waived it off. J'Leon suffers his first loss while Medina has put himself in a great position to get bigger fights or maybe a chance to fight Badou Jack or Ronald Gavril.
Badou Jack cruises to an easy victory over Jason Escalera. Badou worked angles and at times…Continue
Boxingsocialist.com close sources have let us know that San Antonio, TX is the front runner for Saul Canelo Alvarez vs James Kirkland. There are other venues that are being looked at but San Antonio has the lead. If you remember Canelo vs Trout did around 40,000 strong. Now James Kirkland is a native Texan and there would be a good Texas crowd coming out to see James.
However at the same time James Kirkland is not a lock in but he is the front runner. There are others. Right now Demetrius Andrade is heavily in the rotation to face Canelo too. We just have to wait and see how this plays out. We will keep you posted.
Nick "King Beamen" Givhan returns on Sept 27th to face an opponent to be named soon. This fight will be for the UBF Jr Welterweight Title. Nick has been keeping his 0 in contact and this will add to the Regional Belt he holds now. Nick is looking to climb up the ranks and be named among the others like Broner, Matthysee, Garcia, Peterson, and so forth. Right now it's just one step at a time. Make sure you grab your tickets if your in the area.
Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson is a very clever man, he managed to expose the mental flaws of the general public. Knowing that his own name isn't that popular he knew how to use his former relationship with Floyd Mayweather to market his G-Unit reunion album. The public at up the fact that Floyd Mayweather couldn't read as so they thought. Fans were laughing and sharing audio made by the Breakfast Club. Due to the lack of knowledge of what goes on behind the scenes, the public just went crazy but once it was expose by myself that the champ could read, 50 took a new route.
On the Angie Martinez show, 50 took a step back by, saying "he can read" after there was a video getting 5 million hits on Worldstarhiphop proving that fact. The question is that after all…Continue
That is the latest talk for Keith Thurman's next fight. Devon Alexander wants to get back into the title mix and Keith Thurman wants a shot at the Mayweather sweepstakes. Both fighters have alot on the line. Devon has the experience and ring savvy to give Keith problems. Thurman however has the power to knock people out and that is bad for anyone. The venue for the event to take place is the Barclay Center in New York.
Hopefully the contracts can get signed and done so we can have an October to remember. Stay tuned for more news and updates.
Tickets are now on sale for “Mexican Style” headlined by the World Middleweight Championship between WBA/IBO Middleweight Champion, Gennady “GGG” Golovkin and WBC Interim Middleweight Champion Marco Antonio “Veneno” Rubio set for Saturday, October 18th at the StubHub Center in Carson, California and televised Live on HBO World Championship Boxing. The co-feature is a WBA featherweight title clash between Nonito Donaire and Nicholas Walters.
Advance tickets priced at $210, $105, $53 and $27, plus applicable service charges will be available online at AXS.com, by phone at 888-9-AXS-TIX (888-929-7849) and at the StubHub Center Box Office (Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. PT to 6 p.m.…Continue