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Kambosos W12 Lopez Observations

By Scoop Malinowski I didn’t see George Kambosos major upset win vs Teo Lopez last night but here are some observations. Lopez showed a major sign of weakness months ago by announcing he would duck/avoid the rematch with Lomachenko. This was surprising because he looked so impressive in beating the ...

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Scoop Archives: Watching the fights with Dwight Qawi

By Scoop Malinowski Atlantic City, NJ —  A good ESPN2 show is taking place at the Superstar Ballroom at Resorts International in Atlantic City. I really want to see my friend and BoxingInsider.com blogger Richard Pierson take on Farah “Quiet Storm” Ennis for a top 15 world ranking. Hank Lundy, ...

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Biofile Cassius Chaney Interview

Status: Heavyweight contender with a 21-0 (14 KOs) record. Holds the WBC USNBC Silver Heavyweight title since 2019 (KO 3 Nick Jones). Next fight is December 2 in NYC against 16-0 George Arias at Hammerstein Ballroom. Ht: 6-6 Wt: 250 DOB: June 7, 1987 In: Baltimore, MD First memory of ...

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Crawford KO 10 Porter Analysis

Terence Crawford is 34 now, that’s old for a welter. His best days may be behind. Haymon finally took a chance to match one of his pawns with Crawford. Shawn Porter gave it his best but was outclassed. The stoppage was very suspect, he didn’t appear that hurt. Maybe the ...

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Biofile Claude Abrams Interview

Status: Former Editor of Boxing News weekly magazine based in London, England from 1995-2009. Today is a strength and conditioning coach at Intelligent Strength in Chichester, West Sussex, UK. First memory of boxing: Muhammad Ali defeating George Foreman in 1974. Too young to be allowed to stay up and watch. ...

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Renaldo Snipes: I Boxed A Legend Larry Holmes

By Scoop Malinowski  Renaldo “Mister” Snipes was 25 years old and 22-0 when he challenged Larry Holmes for the World Heavyweight championship at the Civic Arena in Pittsburgh, PA in November 1981. The fight was televised nationally prime time on a Friday night by ABC, with Howard Cosell at the ...

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Why Did Wilder Reject $120m To Fight Joshua?

Now that the career of Deontay Wilder has crashed after a second stoppage loss to Tyson Fury and his earning power and leverage to negotiate have also endured massive blows, a burning question persists. Why on earth did Deontay Wildel and r and his handlers Al Haymon and Shelly Finkel ...

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Biofile Kathy Duva Interview

Status: American boxing promoter and CEO of Main Events. First boxing memory: Good question because I’ve never heard it before. I think when I went to my first fight with my late husband (Dan Duva) at Embassy Hall in North Bergen. I don’t even know who fought, Randy Neumann, I think? I’ve never seen ...

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The Exploitation Of Arturo Gatti

By Scoop Malinowski  [Warning: Explicit language.] “They used me worse than a nigger…”  George Willis, the columnist for the New York Post, exited the Hall of Fame induction ceremony on a sunny pleasant summer Sunday afternoon earlier this year. He debated to himself, go to his car and start the four ...

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Did Joshua Throw The Fight To Usyk?

Joe Frazier was punched down a half dozen times by George Foreman in Kingston, Jamaica and somehow picked himself up each time to try to save the World Heavyweight Championship. Vitali Klitschko’s face was a mangled mess after five rounds of enduring Lennox Lewis’ punches in Los Angeles, CA but ...

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