Kell Brook vs Errol Spence Analysis

Quick Observations in the Boxing World-media-1

  By Scoop Malinowski Al Haymon has decided to send Errol Spence over to England to try to wrest Kell Brook’s IBF Welterweight title to bring back to America and under the control of Haymon. This is a considerable risk by Haymon, who was reluctant to send his other welterweight ...

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Foreman: Modern Heavyweights “Just As Good” As Ali Era

Biofile: Evander Holyfield Q&A-media-1

By Scoop Malinowski A common perception created by the media is that the modern heavyweight era is far less talented than the Muhammad Ali era of the 1960s and 1970s. For decades we have heard over and over and over that today’s heavyweights are nowhere near the same level of ...

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Analyzing the New Wladimir

Klitschko vs Joshua Pre-Fight Observations and Prediction-media-1

Wladimir Klitschko showed many new aspects to his arsenal in his latest performance last weekend, against Anthony Joshua. Wladimir’s brother Vitali, the former champion said: “I am very proud of my brother. That was his best fight. Unfortunately, the result was wrong. He is not too old at the age of ...

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Joshua KO’s Klitschko: The Night That Saved Boxing

Opinion: Bernard Hopkins Could Be The Greatest-media-1

Boxing was a dying sport for years. The rock bottom moment was last year: A female UFC fight far out-sold the best boxing matches in the world. But everything changed tonight in London. Boxing has been re-born in electrifying fashion. Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko contested one of the most ...

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Klitschko vs Joshua Pre-Fight Observations and Prediction


Interesting Klitschko vs Joshua press conference today. Challenger Wladimir Klitschko seems to be the boss calling the shots while passive champion Anthony Joshua is the B side figure and personality happily playing along with his role subordinate to the legend. Let’s face it, Joshua has been protected carefully and there ...

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Flashback: Floyd Lying About Pacquiao in 2014

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By Scoop Malinowski April 24, 2014 · So Floyd is calling Pacquiao an “amateur” now, but he still won’t fight this “amateur” for a hundred million dollars. See, Floyd is a lying fraud who will say or do anything to discredit, defame, slander and of course duck fighting Manny Pacquiao. ...

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Opinion: Bernard Hopkins Could Be The Greatest

A Parody Analysis of the McGregor vs Mayweather “fight”-media-1

FIVE years ago I first suggested Bernard Hopkins is the greatest fighter in boxing history because of his incredible longevity at the world class level, his uncanny ability to never once take a physical beating despite over two decades competing at the world class level. His style and mind and ...

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Biofile: Nigel Benn Interview

By Scoop Malinowski STATUS: Former WBC Super Middleweight champ. BORN ON: Jan. 22, 1964 IN: Ilford, London. RESIDENCE: Majorca, Spain (via Beckingham, Kent). FAMILY: Wife Carolyne; sons, Conor, Dominic, daughters, Sade, Renee, India. CHILDHOOD HEROES: Mike Tyson, Marvin Hagler and Bruce Lee. I love martial arts. I did martial arts ...

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Biofile: Riddick Bowe Interview

Seven amazing service hacks essays help 10 lessons about service you need to learn before you hit 40. Status: Former Two-time World Heavyweight Champion. Ring record was 43-1-1 (33 KO’s). 1988 Olympic silver medalist. DOB: August 10, 1967 In: Brooklyn, NY Favorite Movies: “A Bronx Tale, Robert DeNiro.” Early Boxing ...

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Observations on HBO Ukrainian Triple-Header

Oleksandr Usyk earned a tough win over Hunter. I like Usyk’s very cool confidence and awkward style and stance and how he throws unconventional punches. The guy is tough as nails and has those scary psycho eyes you see in a horror film. Oleksandr “The Nail” Gvozdyk is also a ...

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