Master Khan celebrates his 25th birthday on Thursday, two days before he defends his world light-welterweight title against home favourite Lamont Peterson.
The Olympic silver medallist from Bolton is engaged to a New York student but such has been his dedication to his 10-week training…
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Robert Guerro "I'm a lefty and they say he has trouble with leftys"
Its like this guy didnt see what happened to victor ortiz...sharmba mitchell...zab judah...or demarcus corley...trouble with lefties?!?!?!!? do i need to remind you all of this??? -->http://www.boxingsocialist.com/video/the-most-trouble-floyd-had
anyways...read more of Guerro's delusions here.…Continue
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JM: Amir Khan will be fighting Lamont Peterson this Saturday [and you are his trainer]. How has the training camp been heading into this fight? Has it been any different from past training camps?
Freddie Roach: "Yeah, it’s been a little bit different because Lamont is a big, strong guy. We’ve been using sparring partners that are a lot bigger than normal. We’ve been having really good sparring for this…
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By Ben Thompson | December 07, 2011
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Fear never factors into the words of Amir Khan, who is the young unified champion of the world from the UK. The capital showdown is about to gain momentum, with Amir Khan and Team Khan traveling to Washington in a few days to get settled in their …Continue
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The world keeps waiting for the final verdict regarding the mega fight between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. There is enough finger pointing to go around and a combination of…Continue
(left to right) - pacquiao advisor, mike koncz - #1 pound-for-pound mega-superstar FLOYD MAYWEATHER - forefather of the Jackson musical Dynasty, Joe Jackson - Danny Rucker, Falcon Hawk Entertainment …Continue
The world keeps waiting for the final verdict regarding the mega fight between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. There is enough finger pointing to go around and a combination of egos and agendas have made this fight almost impossible to make. There are of course always two sides to every story, but recently Kevin Davis interviewed Floyd Mayweather Jr. regarding…Continue
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Even before his fight with Antonio Margarito ended last Saturday, people started speculating on what Cotto’s next move would be. The Margarito rematch was the last fight remaining on Cotto’s contract with Top Rank.
Earlier in the week it was reported by …Continue
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DUBAI, UAE: Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson will be in Dubai next month to promote an Arab boxing tournament.
Organizers said Monday that Tyson will attend as a “guest of honor” to watch the 12 fights featuring male and female boxers from the Middle East and Europe.
A list of the participating fighters will be released later this month.
The Federation of Arab Boxing said Tyson is being paid $160,000 for…
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Margarito argued that his eye was a lot worse in last year's loss to Manny Pacquiao and he was allowed to continue until the final bell. His team argued that Pawel Wolak's eye, in the first fight with Delvin Rodriguez earlier this year, was far more swollen than Margarito's right eye and…Continue
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Bob Arum insisted that the possibly of Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather meeting next year was strong, but almost certainly ruled out the May 5th date in Las Vegas mentioned by Floyd Mayweather’s team.
The 80 year-old was speaking at the post-fight press conference for Miguel Cotto’s ten round battering of Antonio Margarito on Saturday night and also mentioned that both fighters want the fight, which could happen next year, to be made sooner rather than…
It has been confirmed by Wladimir Klitschko’s management team, that he will have to pull out of his fight against France's Jean-Marc Mormeck that was scheduled for this Saturday, because he recently had to have surgery to remove a kidney stone.
The fight had…Continue
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A few weeks ago, Kevin Davis (AKA Karceno) from BoxingSocialist.com had an EXCLUSIVE interview with…Continue
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By Marcus Richardson: I know this is kind of an unpopular subject but I think WBA junior middleweight champion Miguel Cotto got saved by the ringside doctor’s decision to halt last night's fight before the 10th round because Antonio Margarito’s right eye was almost closed. Cotto had been stunned earlier in the 9th round from a big left hand from Margarito, and didn't look the same after that shot. Cotto was also looked gassed. If you're a Cotto fan, the ringside doctor showed great timing to…Continue
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A weight was lifted from the shoulders of both Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito in the Madison Square Garden last night. It was a total sell out and Cotto fans bought tickets without hesitation, which made promoter Bob Arum extremely…Continue
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December 3, 2011 was a night of rematches free of controversy. The crowd at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California was electric as they witnessed Abner Mares (23-0-1 13 KOs) out box and out work Joseph “King Kong” Agbeko (28-4 22KOs) This time it was a…Continue
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