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30 years later, Tim Ryan on Leonard-Hagler and the Golden Age

30 years later, Tim Ryan on Leonard-Hagler and the Golden Age

By Thomas Gerbasi - It may have been one of the few things Tim Ryan and Gil Clancy ever disagreed on, but unlike some fans and pundits over the years, the dynamic duo that was synonymous with televise...Read More

Marco Huck vs. Mairis Briedis: Torch Songs

Marco Huck vs. Mairis Briedis: Torch Songs

By Cliff Rold - The idea in sport of passing the torch to a new generation is well ingrained. Today’s heroes are tomorrow’s legends, replaced by younger models that can run as fast and sometimes faste...Read More

Wladimir Klitschko: Guns Are Cocked, I Look Forward To Shooting

Wladimir Klitschko: Guns Are Cocked, I Look Forward To Shooting

By Lyle Fitzsimmons - Forget the time machine references. Because even at the typically ancient boxing age of 41, Wladimir Klitschko doesn’t want one. “Honestly, I do not feel my age,” he said. “Belie...Read More

Boxing's Pound For Pound Debate Is Tougher Than Ever

Boxing's Pound For Pound Debate Is Tougher Than Ever

By Corey Erdman - As subjective and open to debate as the pound for pound discussion is in boxing, the current state of the mythical list offers more questions, and more possibilities for No. 1 than e...Read More

Brace Yourself for the Real Possibility of Canelo-Lemieux in September

Brace Yourself for the Real Possibility of Canelo-Lemieux in September

By Keith Idec - If, like essentially everyone invested in boxing, you want to finally get to see Canelo Alvarez fight Gennady Golovkin in September, don’t get your hopes up. Much of what has transpire...Read More

Who Is The Number One

Who Is The Number One "Pound For Pound" Boxer Now?

By Andreas Hale - Boxing’s fictional pound for pound rankings are in shambles after this past weekend’s event that saw Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez suffer his first defeat in controversial fashion at ...Read More

Nico Hernandez Details Long Road, Motivated as Pro Debut Nears

By Thomas Gerbasi - The “gym” is as far away from the glamour associated with the professional debut of an Olympian, but for the young man who collected a bronze medal for the United States in the 201...Read More

Linares-Crolla II: A Most Intriguing Rematch

Linares-Crolla II: A Most Intriguing Rematch

By Cliff Rold - There could be a feeling watching Jorge Linares defeat Anthony Crolla for the WBA lightweight title with one of his better career wins that it had finally all come together. The fighte...Read More

Brook: If You Thought I’d Avoid Spence, Don’t Know What I’m About

Kell Brook will realize a childhood dream when he encounters Errol Spence Jr. on May 27 in Brook’s hometown. Their 12-round fight, a mandatory defense of Brook’s IBF welterweight title, finally was of...Read More

Jason Quigley: Glen Tapia Has Never Faced an Animal Like Me

Jason Quigley: Glen Tapia Has Never Faced an Animal Like Me

By Thomas Gerbasi - Every boxer is confident. If he wasn’t, then he wouldn’t walk up those four steps into the ring. But there are different levels of confidence. On the scale, you could put Floyd May...Read More

No Robbery at MSG, But Golovkin's Future Plans are Criminal

No Robbery at MSG, But Golovkin's Future Plans are Criminal

By Lyle Fitzsimmons - Let’s get a few things out of the way. I scored Saturday night’s fight 114-113 in favor of Danny Jacobs, but in no way do I believe – contrary to many of the social media troll p...Read More

Golovkin and Canelo - Long Live The Kings

Golovkin and Canelo - Long Live The Kings

By Tris Dixon - Crowns are passed down from generation to generation. Sometimes they are won and sometimes they are lost, but one constant remains. They do, inevitably, change hands. Gennady Golovkin ...Read More

Is Daniel Jacobs A Bigger Threat To Golovkin Than Canelo?

Is Daniel Jacobs A Bigger Threat To Golovkin Than Canelo?

By Andreas Hale - Anybody who has been watching boxing for an extended period of time is aware of the significance of this weekend’s Gennady Golovkin vs. Daniel Jacobs fight. There is no doubt that, t...Read More

Jacobs: An Illusion Has Been Created That I Can't Take a Punch

Jacobs: An Illusion Has Been Created That I Can't Take a Punch

By Keith Idec - NEW YORK – Daniel Jacobs understands why what happened the night of July 31, 2010, shapes skeptics’ opinions of how he’ll fare against Gennady Golovkin. The lone blemish on Jacobs’ pro...Read More

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Roman "Chocolatito" Gonzalez: In The Bullseye

By Cliff Rold - This Saturday, we get the fifth consecutive same-day pairing of WBA/WBC/IBF/IBO unified middleweight titlist Gennady Golovkin and now-Jr. bantamweight Roman Gonzalez. It will be the fo...Read More

Izenberg Reveals Fascinating Tidbits in 'Once There Were Giants'

When talking about the 1980 bout between Larry Holmes and Muhammad Ali, Jerry Izenberg is quick to say, “I disgraced myself that night.” Far from it. As Ali took a frightful beating at the hands of Ho...Read More

Daniel Jacobs – Lessons for Nathaniel

Daniel Jacobs – Lessons for Nathaniel

By Thomas Gerbasi - When you’ve been through what Daniel Jacobs has over the course of his 30 years on this Earth, nothing happens without a reason or lesson attached to it. In his world, there are no...Read More

'Scared' Daniel Jacobs Says Fear of GGG Challenge is Beneficial

'Scared' Daniel Jacobs Says Fear of GGG Challenge is Beneficial

By Lyle Fitzsimmons - It’s not a phrase you often hear from a confident title challenger. But Daniel Jacobs insists his being “scared to death” ahead of a midtown Manhattan bout with middleweight dest...Read More

It's Time To Appreciate David Lemieux

It's Time To Appreciate David Lemieux

By Corey Erdman - There is more than a bit of irony in the joy fans took when David Lemieux was stopped by Marco Antonio Rubio in 2011. In boxing, there is nothing fans seem to love more than seeing a...Read More

Manny Pacquiao-Keith Thurman: Should We Get the Ball Rolling?

Manny Pacquiao-Keith Thurman: Should We Get the Ball Rolling?

By Cliff Rold - Sports should be simple: win, progress, and ultimately end up with the other winners. There doesn’t need to be that much thought to it. In boxing, a sport lacking the structure and int...Read More

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