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Scoop Malinowski

Author of six books including "Muhammad Ali: Portrait of a Champion" and "Heavyweight Armageddon: The Lewis versus Tyson Championship Battle" available at amazon

Close Encounters With Al Haymon


By Scoop Malinowski You won’t see Al Haymon around the boxing universe anymore, he prefers to stay behind the scenes now. But just a few years ago, Haymon would regularly attend press conferences and sit ringside at some of his events. The first time I remember seeing Haymon was in ...

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New & Improved Kovalev Inspired To Reign Supreme Again

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Sergey Kovalev resumes his quest to regain his lost world titles this weekend at Madison Square Garden where he will fight Vyacheslav “Lion Heart”Shabranskyy for the vacant WBO Light Heavyweight title. With a record of 30-2-1 (26 KO’s), the 34 year old Kovalev has made some changes to his team ...

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Is Anthony Joshua a Black Supremacist?

By Scoop Malinowski Former Klitschko challenger “Fast” Eddie Chambers has been attempting to talk his way into a second world title fight with World Heavyweight Champion Anthony Joshua. And the talented Philadelphia native’s plucky persistence has evidently annoyed the man on the throne. This week, the Eddie Chambers Instagram account ...

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NBA Star Porzingis Learns Boxing From Latvian Champ Briedis

  By Scoop Malinowski Rising NBA force Kristaps Porzingis has lofty ambitions for his basketball career and has shown a willingness to pay any price to achieve his optimum performance. The diligent, hard-working Latvian super talent even sought out to learn and train in boxing earlier this year with the ...

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Why Is America Ignoring Deontay Wilder?

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By Scoop Malinowski   The American media and boxing powers that be have been starving for a new Mike Tyson/ Muhammad Ali type heavyweight figure to burst on the sporting landscape.  A new, explosive, dynamic African American heavyweight destroyer could be a mega money machine, capable of even greater profits ...

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Stiverne Stars in Performance as Human Punching Bag


“Perfect truth is almost always unbelievable.” – Machiavelli By Scoop Malinowski Bermane Stiverne gave a perfect performance as a human punching bag last night in Brooklyn, eating Deontay Wilder’s punches as if he were competing in the famous Nathan’s Coney Island Hot Dog Eating Contest. Embarrassingly, Stiverne offered more rolls ...

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Haymon Manipulating WBC To Protect Wilder?


By Scoop Malinowski WBC have ordered a final eliminator between Dominic Breazeale and Eric Molina to determine Deontay Wilder’s next mandatory challenger, following his certain win tomorrow night against current mandatory challenger Bermane Stiverne. What is happening is this: The WBC is protecting Wilder via setting him to face more ...

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Analysis: Joshua vs Wilder Marinating


  By Scoop Malinowski The heavyweight division is in a transition stage, following the retirement of longstanding kingpin Wladimir Klitschko. Right now there are two big names, and only two big names in the flagship division of the sport – Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder. Joshua has proven his mettle ...

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Guillermo Vilas Remembers Carlos Monzon

Embed from Getty Images   Carlos Monzon: As Remembered by Argentina Tennis Legend Guillermo Vilas By Scoop Malinowski Two of the greatest sporting legends in the history of Argentina are Carlos Monzon and Guillermo Vilas. Both ruled their sports in the 1970s – Monzon was undisputed Middleweight champion with 14 ...

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Blood, Sweat and Tears: When Warriors Weep


  By Scoop Malinowski Boxing is a sport that has been characterized to be composed of an extra abundance of blood, sweat and tears. Often we see the blood and sweat aspects of boxing but we seldom witness the “tears” part of the equation. However there have been numerous examples ...

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