1. Remembering the Great Emanuel Steward

    He always had a way about him, the way he spoke, the way he carried himself. Emanuel Steward was never too big for his stature. The Hall of Fame trainer knew who he was, what he was about and confident in what he knew...

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  2. Martinez vs. Chavez Results: Future Implications of Martinez's Win

    This was his coming out. He’s always been a superstar, at least in his mind. Sergio Martinez believed his stunted growth in boxing was just a matter of opportunity. He was willing to fight anyone anywhere...

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  3. Boxing's Real Cash Cows

    Boxing may be on the margin of the sports landscape, but every year, you’ll see a few fighters among the highest earning professional athletes in the world...

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  4. 5 Figures Who Have Ruined Boxing

    Boxing no doubt has its problems. It ranges from infighting between bickering rival promoters who have no problem putting on high-level shows on the same night (see this Saturday) ...

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  5. Which Will Have More Viewers: Chavez's or Canelo's Card?

    It doesn’t make any sense. Then again, it’s boxing and very few things that transpire in boxing make sense...

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  6. Best Boxers Who Don't Fight in the USA

    These boxers fill outdoor stadiums to capacity. They can be recognized walking down a street in London, Hamburg, Berlin, Madrid, Tokyo, Seoul or Shanghai. They’re the face of their sport...

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  7. Why Nonito Donaire Can Be as Loved as Pacquiao

    Every utterance, every quick syllable that falls from Nonito Donaire ’s mouth when it comes to fellow Filipino fighter Manny Pacquiao comes with a heavy dose of deference...

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  8. Freddie Roach and the Best Trainers of All Time

    Today, Freddie Roach is viewed as a magical boxing shaman. He’s the trainer of choice, the Yoda that fighters climb to the mountain top and seek out to cure their problems, detect any slight flaw and smooth their technique...

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  9. Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. vs. Canelo Alvarez: Who Would Win in a Superfight?

    There’s been an ongoing scam that’s permeated boxing the last few years. And it has nothing to do with incompetent judges, duplicitous promoters, star fighters going to ...

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  10. Tim Bradley Is the Biggest Victim in Bradley-Pacquiao Controversy

    He sat there in a wheelchair—and this was after he won . The moment, reaching the pinnacle and beating the best pound-for-pound fighter in the world, should have sent Tim Bradley to a new stratum...

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  11. Manny Pacquiao: Pac-Man Must Defeat Soft Challenger Impressively

    He sat there on a wicker suitcase in a causeway of a Memphis airport, smiling and nodding sporadically at those passing by that recognized him from the previous night...

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  12. Pacquiao vs. Bradley: Tim Bradley and the Top 6 Unbeaten Fighters in the World

    That “zero” in the right column is something precious to Tim Bradley, to all fighters that haven’t lost. To some undefeated fighters, though, that "zero” is as hollow as the figure...

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  13. Remembering Johnny Tapia

    Johnny Tapia’s life certainly matched his nickname, “Mi Vida Loca.” We’re talking about someone who never knew his father, because he was supposedly murdered when Johnny was still turning in his mother’s womb...

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  14. Let's Stop Discarding Our Boxing Heroes

    My father couldn’t stand Merv Griffin, the legendary talkshow host. Could. Not. Stand. Him. I was too young to realize why...

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  15. Jim Lampley: Boxing's Voice and Intrepid Knight Introduces New Boxing Show

    Boxing has many, many detractors—and in some respects, deservedly so. But through the years, the sport has also carried a constant radiance, someone with a respected voice in the mainstream sports world that was heard and respected...

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  16. Is Steroid Use in Boxing Far Greater Than We Know?

    Perhaps Floyd Mayweather knew more than he realized—before anyone realized how rampant it was. More than a decade ago, as he was preparing for his first fight against Jose ...

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  17. Seven Reasons Why Pacquiao-Bradley Will Be More Exciting Than Mayweather-Cotto

    There’s no doubt Floyd Mayweather and Miguel Cotto put on a great show a few weekends ago. Fight fans actually saw a bloodied and swollen Mayweather, they saw “Money ...

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  18. Justin Bieber and the Wackiest Entourages in Boxing History

    It came to him while boarding the ship Liberte, readying to embark on a European tour. Sugar Ray Robinson liked it so much he made it a part of today’s sport’s lexicon—especially in boxing— the entourage ...

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  19. 5 Reasons Why Pay-Per-Views Are Hurting Boxing

    The Floyd Mayweather - Miguel Cotto fight was a good fight, and more importantly, a good fight for boxing...

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  20. Mayweather vs Cotto Results: Live Round by Round Results and Reaction

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  21. Floyd Mayweather's Next 6 Opponents After He Beats Miguel Cotto

    Floyd Mayweather has proven that he’s unbeatable. Forty-two fights say so. After Mayweather dispenses of Miguel Cotto on Saturday night, which he should in a sufficient, ...

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  22. Floyd Mayweather's 15 Most Asinine Quotes of All Time

    Somewhere inside Floyd Mayweather ’s head, you’d like to think there is a delete or stop button. That little voice telling him to "shut up" or "watch what you say before you say it...

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  23. 5 Things Floyd Mayweather Must Do to Beat Miguel Cotto

    The days are nearing for the major junior middleweight clash between Miguel Cotto and Floyd Mayweather (did you ever think we’d one day be talking about these guys as 154-pounders?), ...

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  24. Hopkins vs. Dawson: 5 Things We Learned in Chad Dawson's Victory over B-Hop

    ATLANTIC CITY— Bernard Hopkins thinks he can stop the world. Still . The WBC and Ring light heavyweight world champion, very much in the twilight of his Hall of Fame career, ...

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  25. Is Floyd Mayweather Racist?

    Floyd Mayweather believes you hate him. “Money May” feels you, the boxing fan, hate him because he’s black and wealthy. With the emphasis on black ...

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