Once again, Boxing has failed to set up the fights that the world would like to see. Far too often the sport has been held hostage by delayed fights. Remember when the world wanted to see Floyd Mayweather in his prime against Manny Pacquiao. That fight fight was delayed by a few years. Unfortunately, by … Continue reading Why does Boxing continues to fail the fans
This weekend we saw another great fight from Devin Haney. The young champion defeat George Kambosos for the second time this year. Although the fight was competitive, Haney took over as the fight raged on. Another victory and defense of his undisputed lightweight champion title. Now that he has defeated Kambosos, all eyes point to … Continue reading Who’s next for Devin Haney
The Errol Spence Jr. vs Terence Crawford fight feels like boxing heads are finally giving us what we want. 4-years in the making and the date is finally set. Crawford comes in as the #1 pound-4-pound boxer in the world and holds the WBO welterweight belt. Spence, however, holds the other three belts (WBC, WBA, … Continue reading Crawford vs Spence showdown set for Nov. 19
Former heavyweight champion, Anthony Joshua loses again in rematch to Oleksandr Usyk. With the loss, Joshua is now 2/5 in his last 5 matches and has lost the belts he once held for years. Unfortunately, Joshua was plagued by the same thing that plagued him in all of his losses, fatigue. Joshua looked tired mid-way … Continue reading Oleksandr Usyk wins rematch against Anthony Joshua
It Errol Spence Jr. (26-0, 22 KO) did the heavy lifting this weekend by unifying the IBF, WBC, and WBA welterweight titles with the 10th round stoppage win over Yordenis Ugas. With that being said, there's only one opponent who remains in the division: Terence Crawford. Before this weekend, Spence had been out the ring … Continue reading Errol Spence calls for Terence Crawford
Devin Haney could be the next Floyd Mayweather and pound-4-pound fighter for years to come
The story from the moment the rematch was scheduled was Wilder would have to knockout Fury to win this match. The outcome we got was Wilder’s corner throwing in the towel in round 7.
In what has been an incredibly long year, Wilder and Tyson will meet once again, but only this time the odds of the biggest fight of the year ending in a draw is highly unlikely.
Going into tonights fight against Andy Ruiz Jr, Joshua was expected to blow by the Mexican fighter in New York. He was expected to make his debut into the U.S. a memorable one, but Ruiz had other plans.