1. Juan Manuel Marquez-Juan Diaz 2 Produces Another Fight Of The Year

    Anyone who saw the HBO pay-per-view rematch of Juan Manuel Marquez-Juan Diaz saw a good fight. Was it as good as the first one? No. Will it win Fight of the Year? Not a chance it will repeat as fight of the year...

    Tyler Curtis Written by Tyler Curtis about over 4 years ago 1,763 reads 14 comments

  2. Manny Pacquiao vs. Antonio Margarito: Why Not Margarito?

    Now that everyone has got a chance to digest and get their anger out about the Manny Pacquiao-Antonio Margarito (nobody likes this fight—I don’t like it, you don’t, ...

    Tyler Curtis Written by Tyler Curtis about over 4 years ago 4,031 reads 74 comments

  3. Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Manny Pacquaio: Stop Picking Sides, Pick Boxing

    There have been millions of words spent on a potential fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquaio. Almost every one of those words has been spent picking a side. Stop picking a side, they are both hurting the sport that we love...

    Tyler Curtis Written by Tyler Curtis about over 4 years ago 1,113 reads 29 comments

  4. Timothy Bradley-Luis Carlos Abregu Renew Boxer Slugger Rivalry

    Timothy Bradley is regarded as the best 140-pound fighter in the world and hasn’t taken an easy fight since 2007. Now that the other top 140-pound fighters are tied up, Bradley will move up to 147...

    Tyler Curtis Written by Tyler Curtis about over 4 years ago 404 reads 4 comments

  5. Juan Manuel Lopez Gets Big KO, Should Not Fight Yuriorkis Gamboa

    Last night we saw a great fight between Juan Manuel Lopez and Bernabe Concepcion. We probably saw the fight of the year and the round of the year. We also saw the reason Lopez will never beat Yuriorkis Gamboa: Lopez gets hit too cleanly and too often...

    Tyler Curtis Written by Tyler Curtis about over 4 years ago 1,105 reads 19 comments

  6. John Molina Scores Exciting KO Win, Charges Back In Lightweight Mix

    John Molina was getting beat round in and round out. Then he threw a punch out of nowhere and had Hank Lundy on his back. He controlled most of round seven and clearly won round nine with the knockdown...

    Tyler Curtis Written by Tyler Curtis about over 4 years ago 374 reads 3 comments

  7. Confessions of a Non-NBA Fan: LeBron and the Heat Will Keep Me Watching

    Moments ago LeBron James decided that he was going to play with super tandem Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh on the Miami Heat...

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  8. LeBron James: Nine Great Players To Leave Through Free Agency

    Tonight the world will find out were LeBron James will play. Will he stay in Cleveland or head somewhere else? If he decides to stay with the Cavaliers he wouldn’t be the first superstar to stay with his team...

    Tyler Curtis Written by Tyler Curtis about over 4 years ago 873 reads 0 comments

  9. Nonito Donaire's Long Journey Finally Brings Him Back To American TV

    Nonito Donaire was poised to be the next big boxing star when he knocked out the unbeaten knockout artist Vic Darchinyan on July 7, 2007. With the win, Donaire became the IBO and IBF flyweight champion...

    Tyler Curtis Written by Tyler Curtis about over 4 years ago 311 reads 13 comments

  10. Mike Jones, Hank Lundy, and Other Prospects Rule the Weekend

    This boxing weekend is the best one of the month and is very welcomed by me. It is also very welcoming to see prospects headline the weekend. The ESPN2 card features an all prospect battle between two up and coming fighters...

    Tyler Curtis Written by Tyler Curtis about over 4 years ago 233 reads 2 comments

  11. If Mike Tyson Were European, He Wouldnt Matter to U.S. Fans

    Okay, so people would still care, but his legacy wouldn’t be as celebrated. I also need to say that I am a huge Tyson fan. I have all of his fights on DVD and have seen them multiple times...

    Tyler Curtis Written by Tyler Curtis about over 4 years ago 248 reads 14 comments

  12. Tyson Fury Is The Future Of The Heavyweight Division? Not So Fast

    Tyson Fury fought John McDermott for the second time tonight. The first fight was very controversial as most saw McDermott but referee Terry O’Connell scored it 98-92 for Fury...

    Tyler Curtis Written by Tyler Curtis about over 4 years ago 320 reads 19 comments

  13. Andre Ward-Allan Green: The Super Six Produces a Dud and a Superstar

    This past Saturday, the Super Six finally produced a dud. The fight between Andre Ward and Allan Green was a one sided beat down. There was fear that this would happen because Green just doesn’t show up sometimes...

    Tyler Curtis Written by Tyler Curtis about over 4 years ago 611 reads 11 comments

  14. The Current Pittsburgh Pirates Team Is Bad But They Are Finally Our Team

    I am a new writer to the Pittsburgh Pirates page but not a new writer to this site. I have lived in Pittsburgh all my life and have only been a Pirate fan for three years. I am 20 years old and soon to be 21 in August...

    Tyler Curtis Written by Tyler Curtis about over 4 years ago 441 reads 12 comments

  15. Andre Ward Headed Toward Super Stardom, Not If Allan Green Has a Say

    This weekend the Super Six is back with the Andre Ward-Allan Green fight. To me this is the most important fight in the Super Six. As far as points standings it is a very important fight for Green...

    Tyler Curtis Written by Tyler Curtis about over 4 years ago 467 reads 7 comments

  16. David Lemieux Wows Teddy Atlas and American Fight Fans With 1st Round KO

    Early on in the first round of tonight’s Friday Night Fights main event, Teddy Atlas said “I’m not as sold on David Lemieux as everyone up here is...

    Tyler Curtis Written by Tyler Curtis about over 4 years ago 1,180 reads 4 comments

  17. David Lemieux Highlights Another Great Friday Night Fights

    Lemieux is a hockey name right? Well if David Lemieux has anything to do with it, that name will become a boxing name. The Montreal native is getting to fight in front of a large American audience for the first time tonight...

    Tyler Curtis Written by Tyler Curtis about over 4 years ago 500 reads 2 comments

  18. I Am Sick Of Hearing About Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao

    It sickens me to go on boxing websites everyday and see some sort of news of Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao fighting each other. On here it is pasted all over the front page...

    Tyler Curtis Written by Tyler Curtis about over 4 years ago 2,921 reads 104 comments

  19. Miguel Cotto Wins at the Brawlpark: What's Next?

    What a perfect comeback fight for Yankee Stadium. You want to talk about an old school fight, we had one last night. Yuri Foreman is a fighter. You can’t argue that. He was out-punched, he was facing a better fighter, and he was hurt...

    Tyler Curtis Written by Tyler Curtis about over 4 years ago 2,017 reads 6 comments

  20. Yuri Foreman Will Beat Miguel Cotto: Don't Let Your Jaw Hit the Floor

    In this fight, you have two polar opposites. A boxing superstar who is well known throughout the world and loved by his fans. He can punch hard, is a former champion, and has been at the apex of the boxing world more than once...

    Tyler Curtis Written by Tyler Curtis about over 4 years ago 261 reads 0 comments

  21. Boxing Half Year Awards Presented by Tyler Curtis

    We are officially half way through the year. That means it is time to roll the red carpet half way out and give out some half of the year awards! We will cover Fighter of, Fight of, Round of, Knockout of, Upset of, and Event of The Half Year...

    Tyler Curtis Written by Tyler Curtis about over 4 years ago 447 reads 20 comments

  22. Vitali Klitschko Looks Dreadful, Retains WBC Heavyweight Title

    After a flashy ring entrance that included a large bell, fireworks, a video, and flames it was time for Vitali Klitschko-Albert Sosnowski. The height difference was immediately evident and Sosnowski looked tiny...

    Tyler Curtis Written by Tyler Curtis about over 4 years ago 1,033 reads 10 comments

  23. Like It or Not, Vitali Klitschko Would Compete in Any Era

    I’ll say this right off the bat: This is not an article saying that Wladimir and Vitali Klitschko are fun to watch. The point is, whether you like it or not, the Klitschkos are very good...

    Tyler Curtis Written by Tyler Curtis about over 4 years ago 467 reads 19 comments

  24. Yonnhy Perez-Abner Mares: This Could Be The Next Great Rivalry

    Everyone wants to focus on the bad from last night. The bad was Israel Vazquez and how shot he is. The fight was expected to be competitive but it just wasn’t. Instead on focusing on the bad from last night I want to focus on the good...

    Tyler Curtis Written by Tyler Curtis about over 4 years ago 208 reads 2 comments

  25. Yonnhy Perez-Abner Mares: Could This Fight Upstage Marquez-Vazquez 4

    It seems appropriate that a fight being talked about as “Fight of The Year” is billed as the main support to the fourth Israel Vazquez-Rafael Marquez fight. That fight features bantamweight champion Yonnhy Perez against Abner Mares...

    Tyler Curtis Written by Tyler Curtis about over 4 years ago 146 reads 5 comments