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Floyd Is Again Ducking Pacquiao and $100,000,000

Ellerbe: Floyd is retired and not interested in a Pacquiao rematch for over a $100,000,000. Translation: We’ll wait. Floyd will fight Pacquiao again if he agrees to play soft and throw the fight because Floyd is a bu$ine$$man not a warrior and doesn’t want to get hurt or end up ...

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Prediction: Pacquiao vs Thurman

By Scoop Malinowski We have to look beneath the surface when analyzing fights today. Who is the money fighter? Who is the B side? Who needs the payday after two years of inactivity? Who is the A side draw franchise who is part of the long term business plan? Manny ...

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Remembering Sweet Pea

  By Scoop Malinowski Pernell Whitaker. Even his name flowed like the paint brush of an artist. And boy, could the Norfolk, Virginia boxer create artistry in the ring. The four weight division champion – lightweight to light middleweight – died last week when he was hit by a car ...

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How Dillian Whyte Can Force Wilder To Fight Him

  By Scoop Malinowski It’s obvious by now that Deontay Wilder is afraid to fight Dillian Whyte and his protectors Al Haymon, Shelly Finkel and Mauricio Sulaiman have no confidence in Wilder to beat Whyte so the secret agenda is to duck Whyte forever. Whyte has been the WBC no. ...

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WBC Creates New Lifetime Franchise Championship Belt

The World Boxing Council introduced the new “franchise” champion designation this week. Next week the WBC will unfurl another level of championship status – the new Lifetime Franchise Champion. The WBC says the “Lifetime Franchise” champion will earn his status because he is a revenue generating asset thus the WBC ...

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How the mob rigs fights

By Scoop Malinowski A lot of ring observers find it hard to accept that fight fixing happens in boxing today. Despite massive evidence and motive by the establishment to protect their key asset moneymakers, many fans and media won’t consider that some or many of the biggest fights they see ...

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Tyson Fury Has The Potential To Be The Greatest

By Scoop Malinowski Tyson Fury is the closest thing the boxing world has ever seen since Muhammad Ali – and he can even sing too. The parallels to Ali are numerous.  Fury is a marvel of a boxer with innate, sensational skills and moves, remarkable for a big man who ...

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Fury Says WBO Might Strip Ruiz

  After Andy Ruiz won the WBO/IBF/WBA Heavyweight titles by 7th round TKO of Anthony Joshua on Saturday night, Joshua promoter Eddie Hearn said at the post fight press conference the rematch was automatic and despite the WBO mandatory being first up for Ruiz, Hearn said he was assured by ...

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Introducing Gennadiy Golovkin

  By John Gatling Things change. People change. Feelings rearrange. Sometimes the shoes just won’t fit any more; a changing of soles– or roles, to better roll with the punches of a hungry Canadian named Steve Rolls (19-0, 10 KOs) to walk away better with the soul. There was never ...

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Golovkin, Whyte Imply Joshua Off PEDs Vs. Ruiz

  By Scoop Malinowski Now that the so-called biggest upset in boxing history has been accomplished by American Andy Ruiz via his seventh-round TKO of Anthony Joshua at Madison Square Garden on Saturday night, all kinds of theories and speculations for the shock win are emerging. Gennady Golovkin and Dillian ...

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