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By Kevin Davis
Manny Pacquiao has had the pleasure of fighting Juan Manuel Marquez and Timothy Bradley a total of four times in the last 3 years, when he only fights twice a year. Brandon Rios was the first new name he had faced in years at that time. Now there is a new challenge. Oscar Delahoya has returned back to good terms with Top Rank Promotions, and now will work together with them for the first time in years. Delahoya use to love finding the right matchup to challenge Pacquiao in the past with fighters like Marcos Barrera.
Now with a fresh list of stars this should make for good boxing if they are willing to let of ego. Danny garcia name has been passed around the room for the last couple of weeks, Freddie Roach thinks that will be an…Continue
One thing about Austin Trout, he is not taking any chances. Recently there has been Ebola victims in Dallas, TX and both women have been moved out of the state for further treatment. However, Austin has to make a quick layover in Dallas as he has been traveling. He recently posted the photo above to let the people know he ain't taking no chances.
Mauricio Herrera is making his first Interim WBA World light welterweight title defense when he takes on undefeated Jose Benavidez Jr.
Bout takes place this upcoming December 13 inside the Chelsea in The Cosmopolitan Hotel Las Vegas, Nevada. Tickets go on sale Friday October 24 at 10:00 a.m. PDT. Ticket prices are at $40, $60, $100, $125 and $150.
Amir 'King' Khan looks to be facing off against, world class boxer Devon Alexander. Khan handlers looked for the less threatening challenge to get to a Mayweather fight, and on paper this is it. Devon is a small welterweight and is clearly the better boxer but his lack of power in the division made him choice to face Khan who has had his trouble with hard hitting punchers. A Keith Thurman fight would have been too risky for the Brit, and many still feel he will lose to Devon also, who can still outbox Amir Khan who counts speed for everything. Beating Devon would be a great victory for Khan if he is to get it, because Devon is creditable by all standards. If this miracle happens, then a Mayweather fight shouldn't be very far…
Unbeaten middleweight Tommy Langford praises award-winning gym
Hall Green Boxing Club in the heart of the West Midlands scooped up three of the prizes on offer in the Midlands Boxing Awards 2014 with coach - Tom Chaney, boxing manager and cutsman - Jon Pegg and boxer - Frankie Gavin all sharing the spoils.
Head coach, Tom Chaney of the Hall Green Boxing Club in Tyseley, Birmingham won the Boxing and the Community Award with Jon Pegg acquiring the Services to Boxing Award.
As well as those honours, Langford’s sparring partner, Frankie Gavin picked up the Midlands Boxer of the Year Award for the second year running. The current British and Commonwealth welterweight champion tweeted, “Buzzing to hear I just won Midland Boxer of the Year again, absolutely buzzing. Sorry I couldn’t be…Continue
I want to first thank God for keeping my husband safe. He got hurt but it could have gotten worse. Our friends family and fans have been nothing but blessings and I could not ask for more.
For all you haters and s*** talkers that say we are arrogant and all this bs...all I have for u sweets are "Ban and Delete". If I'm arrogant for bragging about how happy I am about the blessings of my son then completely I am guilty. But to say I'm arrogant based on nothing is just jealousy. I don't wave bills at people, I don't show pix of my house, I don't post about designers so the only conclusion is the hate is jealousy bc no matter what, haters will never be as happy…Continue
Carson, California - Gennady "GGG" Golovkin (31-0, 28 KO) yet again wins by TKO as he destroyed Marco Antonio Rubio (59-7-1, 51 KO) in front of a sold out crowd.
The StubHub Center was rocking as the rise of a new feather weight start, Nicholas Walters, won in impressive fashion by TKO win over Nonito Donaire in the sixth.
Nonito Donaire entered the ring, and a patient Nicholas Walters awaited him. The action and drama started at the end of the second round as Donaire landed a hard left hook that stunned Walters. Donaire came out aggressive in the third but Walters recovered well and scored a knock down with a right uppercut that dropped Donaire. Donaire beat the count but it seemed liked he never recovered from that right uppercut. Donaire went on survival mode till the sixth when Walters landed a devastating right hand during an exchange that dropped Donaire face first. Donaire got up but was in bad shape. The referee, Raul…Continue