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Big Drama Show: Abel Sanchez By: Francisco Martinez March 18th at the Madison Square Garden in New York Gennady Golovkin vs Daniel Jacobs will take place. Pinning the 2 best middleweights in boxing today also making Golovkin’s 2nd appearance on the PPV platform. Golovkin had this to say about his…

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Thurman Made a Statement, but What Now for the Champ? By Harry Hogg Keith Thurman (28-0)claimed a split decision victory over Danny Garcia (33-1) in New York on Saturday night to unify the WBA (super) and WBC welterweight titles. The victoryin front a record crowd at the Barclays center consolidates…

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What Makes Boxing Unique By: Sean Crose Like many boxing nuts, I find myself watching old fights a lot. It’s one of the joys of the modern era, being able to access history with the mere click of a mouse. Last night, for instance, I watched Dempsey-Firpo. That gem, from…

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Garcia v. Thurman: Was it truly a “Super-Fight”? By: Matthew N. Becher ​Now that the dust has settled and the fight has been fought, we can look back and ask if this weekend’s fight between Danny Garcia and Keith Thurman deserved to be called a “Super Fight”. Thurman came away…

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Everybody Has a Game Plan ‘Til You Get Hit: The Anthony Macias Interview Part One of Three: From Kickboxing to The Ultimate Fighting Championship By: William Colosimo Former kickboxer Anthony “Maddog” Macias began his no holds barred (NHB) fighting career in the early days of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC)….

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Could Pacquiao and Khan Have Been Catfished? By: William Holmes Catfish Defined: Noun: A freshwater or marine fish with whiskerlike barbels around the mouth, typically bottom-dwelling. Verb: Lure (someone) into a relationship by means of a fictional online persona MTV’s popular catfish television show has been on air for six…

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The Great Battering: Dempsey-Willard By: Sean Crose Jess Willard may not have been a modern heavyweight, but he was certainly built like one. Standing over six and a half feet tall, the guy towered over the competition of his day. Born in the late 1800s, the man known as the…

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Underdog Turned Champ By: Iftisaam Khan Drama. Power. Heart. It had it all. Causing one of the biggest upsets in the Sport, Tony ‘The Bomber’ Bellew overcame the former WBA heavyweight champ, David Haye in dramatic circumstances at the O2 Arena in a night that was only expected to last…

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Haye – Bellew | Mismatch or Tear Up By: Courtney Riley The truth be told, we all love a good fight. That is the reason why boxing is thriving in the UK and the world over. We – the fans – love it, and are prepared to fork out good…

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Haye vs. Bellew: Beneath the Bluster By: Matt O’Brien “Of course, to try to learn from boxers was a quintessentially comic quest. Boxers were liars. Champions were great liars. They had to be. Once you knew what they thought, you could hit them. So their personalities became masterpieces of concealment.”…

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Trust the Process: Danny Garcia vs. Keith Thurman By: Kirk Jackson March 4th, Saturday night at the Barclay Center in Brooklyn, New York, the world will witness history. We will witness a clash between two undefeated welterweight champions in a unification championship bout. The participants are Keith “One Time” Thurman…

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Egis Klimas – Hard Working Self-Made Manager & New Gym Owner! By: Ken Hissner Egis Klimas is from Lithuania and after the German invasion of his country he ended up in the Russian Army for two years working on tanks. The International Rescue Committee is a refugee placement group who…

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