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Tyson’s Rage Before The Golota Fight-media-1

By Scoop Malinowski Bobby Gunn, the boxer and bare-fist fighting champion started a discussion on Facebook about boxing journalists not doing the sport justice in their coverage largely because most press guys never boxed or have been punches in the face. I pondered the topic and countered with the suggestion ...

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Malcolm “Flash” Gordon Tribute by Eric Bottjer


One of boxing’s most important journalists passed recently. Malcolm “Flash” Gordon, approximately 66, a literal recluse the past 30 years, is gone. No surviving relatives are known. No former friends had seen him in years, despite his occupying the same Queens apartment for more than 40 years, until his death. ...

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Luis “King Kong” Ortiz Quotes

Knockout machine Luis “King Kong” Ortiz is one of the most exciting fighters in the tradition-rich heavyweight division. Now, he makes his first ring appearance across the Atlantic when HBO BOXING AFTER DARK: LUIS ORTIZ VS. MALIK SCOTT is seen SATURDAY, NOV. 12 at 4:00 p.m. (live ET/tape-delayed PT) from ...

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Facing Greatness: Ivan Robinson Discusses Gatti Fights


Robinson shares details and insights about his two fights and good relations with 2013 Hall of Fame inductee Arturo Gatti. — By Scoop Malinowski Question: What memory stands out about your fights with Arturo Gatti?   Ivan Robinson: “I could pick a whole lot of categories. I think the most important ...

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Pacquiao saved boxing

Manny Pacquiao transcends boxing on the level of Muhammad Ali. Manny Pacquiao’s example of incredibly exciting boxing, honor, class and humility SAVED THE SPORT. Thank you Manny Pacquiao. Nobody did it better. Secretary of education arne duncan, who called the data mind-boggling at a press event march 21 where he ...

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Bernard Hopkins Through The Eyes of Angelo Dundee


“He’s what you call a ‘perfect fighting machine.’ Boxing needs more people like that. He’s like a blessing.” By Scoop Malinowski Greatness converged on greatness last week at the South Beach Gym in Miami. Living legend – Hall of Fame trainer Angelo Dundee came to watch the training session of ...

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Biofile: Danny Garcia Interview

Embed from Getty Images By Scoop Malinowski Status: WBC Welterweight champion. Pro record is 32-0 (18 KOs). Ht: 5-8 1/2 Wt: 147 DOB: March 20, 1988 In: Philadelphia, PA First Boxing Memory: “Walking into the boxing gym – Harrowgate Boxing Club – ten years old.” Boxing Inspiration: “My family.” Nicknames: ...

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Interview with Mrs. Golota: ‘I’m so proud of him”

By Scoop Malinowski October 11, 2007 Who would know more about Andrew Golota than his wife Mariola? Now, after Andrew has captured the International Boxing Federation North American Heavyweight title by defeating Kevin McBride his past Saturday night, Mrs. G reveals the story from her perspective of one of this ...

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