1. Joshua Nesbitt: Heisman Contender? Maybe.

    I'd like to start by saying I was at every Georgia Tech home game and the ACC Championship last year, and watching Nesbitt step up and take control of the offense was astonishing...

    Christopher Falvello Written by Christopher Falvello about 4 years ago 1,100 reads 19 comments

  2. Mayweather Vs. Mosley: The Right Hand of Doom

    Going into this fight there was a general consensus that Floyd was finally fighting a legitimate threat, that Mosley had the assets to give Mayweather a fight, and that, at some point, ...

    Christopher Falvello Written by Christopher Falvello about 4 years ago 5,682 reads 1 comments

  3. Tomasz Adamek vs. Chris Arreola: The Better Men

    Last night Tomasz Adamek and Chris Arreola turned in the most memorable heavyweight fight in years. The Battling Pole and the courageous Mexican-American slugger went at it in a non-stop, all action battle...

    Christopher Falvello Written by Christopher Falvello about 4 years ago 2,312 reads 4 comments

  4. Does Boxer Edwin Valero's Death Tell Us Something About the History of Violence?

    As well all know by now, Edwin Valero took his life several days ago after confessing to the murder of his wife. Unfortunately, Valero's tragic story is nothing new to boxing...

    Christopher Falvello Written by Christopher Falvello about over 4 years ago 2,017 reads 4 comments

  5. Hopkins-Jones Undercard: The Return of Sergio Mora

    Last night the boxing community was treated to a dull and strange main event when Bernard Hopkins easily out-pointed Roy Jones, Jr. However, the night wasn't a total bust as the main event was preceded by five pretty decent undercard bouts...

    Christopher Falvello Written by Christopher Falvello about over 4 years ago 963 reads 1 comments

  6. Bernard Hopkins-Roy Jones Jr. II Analysis

    It all started with Bernard Hopkins ring-walk. He came out in his typical "Executioner" hood, but was accompanied by a C-list Vegas lounge singer singing "My Way" with modified lyrics that apply to Hopkins boxing career...

    Christopher Falvello Written by Christopher Falvello about over 4 years ago 1,331 reads 1 comments

  7. What's Wrong With Waldimir Klitschko

    In his most recent fight, Wladimir Klitschko, the reigning undisputed Heavyweight Champion of the World, knocked out Eddie Chambers with twelve seconds left in the fight...

    Christopher Falvello Written by Christopher Falvello about over 4 years ago 367 reads 6 comments

  8. Mayweather vs. Mosley: The Pressure's On

    In the upcoming may Pay-Per-View event between Floyd Mayweather and Shane Mosley, the pressure on each fighter to perform is definitely high...

    Christopher Falvello Written by Christopher Falvello about over 4 years ago 2,323 reads 70 comments

  9. Arthur Abraham-Andre Dirrell: The Craven Act of a Desperate Man

    Although most people forget, boxing is supposed to be, at least in a historical context, a gentlemen's sport. In the old days it was referred to as "The manly art of self defense." In the modern context, boxing is legalized assault...

    Christopher Falvello Written by Christopher Falvello about over 4 years ago 970 reads 31 comments

  10. Georgia Tech Beware: Georgia Bulldogs Not To Be Taken Lightly

    As a soon to be alumnus and die hard Yellow Jacket, I'm looking forward to seeing my team mop the floor with Georgia...

    Christopher Falvello Written by Christopher Falvello about over 4 years ago 698 reads 1 comments

  11. Pacquiao v Cotto: Unbelievable

    Pacquiao isn't just good, he's scary good. He possess the kind of talent that sends chills down your spine. Going into this fight, everyone felt that Cotto might be too big and talented...

    Christopher Falvello Written by Christopher Falvello about over 4 years ago 2,313 reads 15 comments

  12. Why Georgia Tech Will Beat Virginia

    Georgia Tech is a better team, plain and simple.  The Cavaliers are sitting pretty right now, and really why not?  They’ve won three in a row, are undefeated in the ACC, and are leading the coastal division...

    Christopher Falvello Written by Christopher Falvello about almost 5 years ago 501 reads 9 comments

  13. The Match Game: Who Will Fight Who?

    This fall there are two showcase Pay-Per-View fights that, while major events, appear to be little more than warm up fights for boxing’s two mega-stars...

    Christopher Falvello Written by Christopher Falvello about almost 5 years ago 296 reads 6 comments

  14. The Quiet Strength of Juan Manuel Marquez

    As I watch HBO’s 24/7 program showcasing Juan Manuel Marquez and Floyd Mayweather, one thing becomes strikingly apparent: these two guys are monsters...

    Christopher Falvello Written by Christopher Falvello about almost 5 years ago 77 reads 7 comments

  15. What I Don't Like About Kelly Pavlik

    Well, maybe that’s a bad headline, but hey, if I went with what I’m really trying to say, “What I don’t like about Bob Arum” the typical response might be; “take a number...

    Christopher Falvello Written by Christopher Falvello about 5 years ago 303 reads 6 comments

  16. The Arc of Ricky Hatton

    After Saturday’s stunning fight, many have urged the courageous Brit, Ricky Hatton, to retire. This article is about why we, as fans, shouldn’t write off this brave fighter ...

    Christopher Falvello Written by Christopher Falvello about 5 years ago 410 reads 4 comments

  17. Pacquiao-Hatton: HOLY [Expletive Deleted]!

    HOLY ----! I apologize for starting a story with such rude and brusque language, but in the wake of Pacquiao’s two round starching of Ricky Hatton, those are the only words that come to mind...

    Christopher Falvello Written by Christopher Falvello about 5 years ago 152 reads 0 comments

  18. Boxing Vs. Golf: Which Is Harder?

    I just got into an argument with a friend of mine over which is harder, Boxing or Golf. As an ardent supporter of the sweet science I say boxing and, honestly, can’t comprehend why anyone would even debate the subject...

    Christopher Falvello Written by Christopher Falvello about over 5 years ago 677 reads 15 comments

  19. Marquez-Diaz: What It Means to Be a Man

    Once again, I’m going to open by asking to take a step back and be totally honest for just a moment. Juan Diaz is an excellent fighter...

    Christopher Falvello Written by Christopher Falvello about over 5 years ago 255 reads 5 comments

  20. Darchinyan-Arce: Brawl for It All

    Donnybrook would be too tame a description for this fight. War and bloodbath would be more appropriate. Just as Vasquez and Marquez set the bar for quality of competition last year, so too have these bantam-weighted warriors done the same tonight...

    Christopher Falvello Written by Christopher Falvello about over 5 years ago 186 reads 2 comments

  21. Boxing: Five Fights I Want to See in 2009

    The past two years were good years for boxing. Over the course of the last 24 months, there have been many great fights and virtuoso performances from some old greats...

    Christopher Falvello Written by Christopher Falvello about over 5 years ago 338 reads 7 comments

  22. Shane Mosley Knocks Out Margarito: Welterweight Is Still the Best

    Let’s be totally honest with ourselves for a second here. Shane Mosley is a world class fighter with many marquee victories; Antonio Margarito is not...

    Christopher Falvello Written by Christopher Falvello about over 5 years ago 404 reads 0 comments

  23. Happy Jack Johnson Day!

    Today, Dec. 26, 2008, is known as Boxing Day in the British Empire. It is also a historic anniversary that we as boxing fans must stop to recognize and perhaps celebrate. One-hundred years ago today, Dec...

    Christopher Falvello Written by Christopher Falvello about over 5 years ago 716 reads 3 comments

  24. Tomasz Adamek Steals Fourth to Claim 200-Pound Title

    Before anyone jumps on me for this headline, maybe the word “steals” is a little harsh. Even calling Tomasz Adamek’s fourth-round knockdown of Steve Cunningham lucky would be a stretch...

    Christopher Falvello Written by Christopher Falvello about over 5 years ago 185 reads 0 comments

  25. Pacquiao-De La Hoya: The Size of the Fight in the Dog

    Manny Pacquiao has knocked out Oscar De La Hoya. I’ll say that again: Manny Pacquiao has knocked out Oscar De La Hoya...

    Christopher Falvello Written by Christopher Falvello about over 5 years ago 4,740 reads 4 comments