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Biofile: Michael Moorer Interview

                         By Scoop Malinowski Status: Former Heavyweight Champion and Light Heavyweight champion. First southpaw to ever win the Heavyweight title. Ring record was 52-4-1 (40 KOs). Today coaches boxing in the South Florida/West Palm Beach area. Ht: 6-2 Wt: ...

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Witness: Golovkin Hurt Canelo Twice in Sparring

A boxing insider who was present at the Big Bear (CA) gym on the day when Gennady Golovkin and Canelo Alvarez sparred has shared his account of what happened:  “Golovkin hurt Canelo twice – first liver and then head. Canelo came out strong trying to hurt him right away. Then Golovkin ...

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Oscar’s Plans For Canelo Do Not Include Golovkin

http://gty.im/461884438It’s evident to astute ring observers by the veiled hints being dropped by Oscar De La Hoya and Canelo Alvarez that the anticipated Golovkin vs Canelo superfight is not going to happen this year or in the near future as the 160 pound weight classification will be the convenient sticking ...

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Why Golovkin vs Canelo Must Happen Next

Even Magic Johnson is calling for Canelo Alvarez to step up to the plate and challenge Gennady Golovkin next. This is THE FIGHT that absolutely needs to be made. Lets hope Canelo and his promoter Oscar de La Hoya don’t blow this. Boxing is in critical stage right now. The ...

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All The King’s Men

By Scoop Malinowski Boxing insiders share their personal memories and lasting images of one of boxing history’s most important figures, the Hall of Fame promoter Don King: Lloyd Carroll (Journalist): “I remember Don King being here at Gallagher’s for a press conference shortly after Jack Newfield had died. He wrote ...

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Biofile: Gennady Golovkin Interview

By Scoop Malinowski Status: World Middleweight Champion. Ht: 5-10 Wt: 160 DOB: April 8, 1982 In: Karaganda, Kazakhstan Ring Record: 33-0 (30 KO’s) First Memory of Boxing: “Long time ago [smiles]. I think eleven or ten. I remember it was fun, just good atmosphere for me and for my friends, ...

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