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Lennox Lewis vs. Anthony Joshua Feud Escalates

  It’s no secret that Lennox Lewis has sided with Deontay Wilder and Al Haymon in their heavyweight feud with Anthony Joshua.  Lewis has constantly favored the Wilder and Haymon side while constantly doling out cheap shots at Joshua and his promoter Eddie Hearn. From blaming Joshua for not pressing ...

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Five Questions For Lennox Lewis

Lennox Lewis is under fire for his relentless criticism of Anthony Joshua, while seemingly favoring Deontay Wilder and Al Haymon’s position, leading many to believe Lewis is a media manipulation shill for the Haymon PBC Wilder agenda. Maybe Lewis can shed light on the situation by answering these questions… How ...

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Facing Manny Pacquiao

Want to know what it’s like to get in a ring and fight the eight-division world champion Manny Pacquiao without having to actually do it? This feature talks to several opponents of the left-handed all time boxing dynamo and gleans details, anecdotes and insights on the unique experience…   FACING ...

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Why Howard Cosell Disassociated From Boxing

By Scoop Malinowski Recently a former boxer named Tommy Rainone stated that Howard Cosell disassociated himself from pro boxing because of a sense of immense disgust while announcing on ABC Network the farcical one-sided mismatch of World Heavyweight champion Larry Holmes vs Randall “Tex” Cobb. I disagreed with that over-simplified ...

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Manny Pacquiao is the greatest fighter of all time

  By Scoop Malinowski It’s a belief I have been sparring with for quite some time. After much deliberation and analyzing the evidence, I’ve come to the realization: Manny Pacqiuao is the greatest fighter of all time. Unpopular, cutting edge decisions are hard to make. It’s easier to go with ...

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Mayweather’s Unhealthy Jealousy of Manny Pacquiao

By Scoop Malinowski Floyd Mayweather should be satisfied with his 50-0 boxing career career and the hundreds of millions he has earned for punching for a living. He should be happily retired and admiring, enjoying and respecting the current gladiators who carry the sport into the future. But Floyd Mayweather ...

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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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