Hola Amigos y amantes del boxeo, estoy aquí nuevamente su servidor DANIEL ARJONA (BoxeoPredicciones), para hacer mi pronóstico oficial de la pelea entre Floyd Mayweather Jr. y Victor Ortiz que está pactada en el peso Welter y tendrá como sede el MGM Grand de Las Vegas Nevada en Estados Unidos.
Voy a empezar hablando sobre las vulnerabilidades y fortalezas de cada uno de los púgiles para posteriormente abordar el plan que deben seguir cada uno ellos para mejorar sus posibilidades de…Continue
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Paul McCloskey top light welterweight contender for the WBA World Championship, owned by Amir Khan will have to face the guy who beat Khan in a matter of seconds in their fight Columbian power puncher Breidis Prescott. McCloskey also fought Khan and blasted himself on the US scene, when…Continue
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Another show and seems like the same ole, same ole, In 2007 a plan was made to create a show to put network fighters on display to promote a clash between the two and as you followed the camp fighters around camp you got to see the drive for both fighters to face each…Continue
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September 2, 2011
Mayweather Jr sparring partner speaks out over training with Floyd…
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The news comes just a few months after Beam Global Spirits & Wine announced the deal with the "Golden Boy," declaring that De La Hoya "epitomizes so many of the same traits and qualities of Tres Generaciones," the newspaper reports.
But in light of De La Hoya's drinking problem, the…
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By Jason Kim: Newly crowned WBA heavyweight champion Alexander Povetkin is in a great position to get an easy first title defense no matter what he does. First of all, he’s got the option to fight 49-year-old Evander Holyfield next, which at this would be a very easy fight even for a limited heavyweight…Continue
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“I still haven’t retired. I just can’t get a fight. Nobody wants to fight someone who has never been on the canvas.”
From this statement alone you can tell...Wayne McCullough is still up for a scrap.
The ‘Pocket Rocket’ has not fought for three years and before that had lost four…
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The WBC has confirmed the final elimination bout to determine the mandatory contender for Canelo Alvarez in the super welterweight division – #1 ranked Vanes Martirosyan vs. #2 ranked Alfredo…Continue
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Back in Sept. of 2010 I got a chance to speak with Manny Pacquiao's former promoter, Murad Muhammed. We talked about many things including the current state of boxing and among other things the Pacquiao-Mayweather situation.
Listening to what he had to say a few things really stood out. I realize that this is…Continue
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Hear Floyd's uncle Jeff talk about Floyd training in a way that "is even beyond normal for him"
Also look for Ben Thompson's article "Victor Ortiz: Floyd Who? Victor Ortiz Will Begin His Reign on the Throne" where you can laugh at Ortiz as he finishes by saying that "He's…Continue
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by Geoffrey Ciani (Exclusive Interview by Jenna J & Geoffrey Ciani) - This week’s 140th edition of…Continue
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Money talks. It can also have legs. That was the issue that caused Youngstown's Kelly Pavlik to walk away from a payday of $50,000 for a tune-up against Darryl Cunningham of Detroit on Aug. 6 in Youngstown. The domino effect was that it cost him a $1.35 million guaranteed payday to face IBF super…Continue
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