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Maybe Roy Jones Was Hit More Than I Thought

Last night I watched the HBO replay of last weeks Trinidad-Mayorga middleweight clash. Trinidad looked just as precise and brilliant and Mayorga showed great toughness and heart. The bottom line is Tr

Heavyweights Beware, David Tua is Coming!

Boxing fans send emails asking the same question every single week, when is David Tua coming back? The wait is almost over and the heavyweight division better beware, the Tuaman is on the comeback tra

They Could Have Been Classics

In April of 1967, Jimmy Ellis pounded out a fifteen round decision over Jerry Quarry to win the vacant W.B.A. heavyweight championship. In March of 1968, Joe Frazier halted Buster Mathis to win heavyw

Jermain Taylor: Ready To Step Up

It is about time that Jermain Taylor takes on a legit 160 pound fighter. He has feasted on way too many blown up jr. middleweight and welterweight fighters. Two opponents are being thrown around for T

Finally Moving On, Tarver To Face Paul Briggs

It seemed like it was taking forever for Antonio Tarver to get an opponent lined up for his post Roy Jones career. I was starting to think this guy will never fight someone other then Roy Jones. We f

Hopkins vs. Trinidad II: Re-match Or Re-peat

Felix Trinidad is without a doubt one of the greatest fighter's of his era. His willingness to fight the other top fighter's of his generation says something about his character. After being out of th

Spinks Could Be Next Test For Felix Trinidad

The wheels are in motion for undisputed welterweight champion Cory Spinks to move up two weight classes to challenge Felix Trinidad at the middleweight level. Both camps have sent feelers to eachother

The Great Jimmy Ellis

It's too bad that the cruiserweight division was not around in the 60's and 70's. Many fine boxers scaled under 190 pounds and gave creditable performances against bigger men. Doug Jones is an example

What Do We Really Know about Antonio?

After watching Roy Jones get knocked out by Glen Johnson, my initial thoughts were about how far Jones has fallen in this late stage of his career. The next day I thought, if Jones is this much of a s

Tito is "Back with a Vengeance!"

New York, NY - Felix "Tito" Trinidad made his return to boxing in grand fashion this past Saturday night after a 2 1/2 year "retirement". In front of the 17,406 deliriously excited fans, in boxing's

Klitschko "The Lemon" and Weigh-In On Tito

The pugilistic pundits can be a cruel group when they want to be. And rarely do you ever get this clique to agree unanimously, but I’ve yet to hear or read a negative report on the comeback of Felix T

Jack Welsh on Boxing, Klitschko Cut Big Save On Technical Decision

Wladimir Klitschko has never been accused of wooing Lady Luck but he got a big buss from the mythical gaming gal that saved him from oblivion when he eked out a technical split decision over DaVarryl

HBO Says Hopkins and Sturm Fight Close

Sources close to HBO have informed BoxingScene that Bernard Hopkins and Felix Sturm are close to meeting in the ring next January. HBO has set aside a January date for the record breaking 20th title d

In Rusty’s Corner: Trinidad, Jones and More

Great to see Felix "Tito" Trinidad back in the ring again, and he did amazingly well against Ricardo Mayorga. "Tito" showed no signs of ring rust from his seven year layoff and in fact got stronger as

Fiesta de gladiadores en el estreno de la arena deportiva al aire libre en el hotel Ceasars Palace

El Caesars Palace localizado en el Strip de la ciudad del juego es una verdadera odisea andar por dentro, puesto que si uno no se pone abusado se extrabia en un dos por tres, en todos los pasillos hay

Wladimir Klitschko: If He Does It Right It's A Win-Win Scenario

This past weekend the boxing world saw two high profile fighters return to the ring. The first one I reported exclusively on Eastsideboxing this past December 14th. It was first reported on Eastsidebo

New Mexico's Tyson: Lee Montoya

The most feared professional boxer in the state of New Mexico but also the most challenged of the pros. Yes this man is considered by many as the Tyson of New Mexico yet others just want to be the one

Argentina Legend: Oscar Bonavena

Who was the greatest fighter to come out of Argentina? Well pound for pound you would probably say Monzon or possibly Pascual Perez. You could make a case for Nicolino Loche too. Who was the bigge

The Next Big Fight, Winky vs. Shane II

Let's move on... Tito's sensational win over Ricardo Mayorga has been entered into the boxing record books. There may have been a little more added excitement then was anticipated. In short, it was gr

Jeff and Wladimir; Expert Analysis

Wladimir Klitschko was once considered the heir apparent to the throne but now he is afighter searching for a career. Last night, nothing was solved as far as Klitschko’s career was concerned. Davar