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Champion Boxers Have To Pay For Title Belts

Boxing has a practice of allowing sanctioning bodies to force boxers who win world titles to have to pay money to buy their belts. Whether it’s a world title, regular title, interim title, diamond belt, whatever, sanctioning bodies like WBA, WBC, IBF, WBO, IBO charge the boxer a fee for ...

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Lomachenko vs Lopez Has Rekindled My Boxing Love

It’s been a long time since a great fight has arrested my attention. I have not even bothered to write a boxing article since July. Lomachenko vs Lopez has rekindled my lost love for boxing. Loma vs Lopez is the best vs the best, a rare occurence in modern boxing, ...

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Lomachenko and Lopez Making Boxing Great Again

Finally a real superfight tonight with a lot of tension, disdain, grudge and supreme talent matched against each other, no ducking, no excuses, no protection, just two great fighters ready and eager to prove he is the best. The way boxing used to be until Mayweather and Haymon ruined it ...

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Mayweather Ruined Boxing In America

Every one of Floyd Mayweather’s fights looked like soft, controlled sparring session business deals, designed to steal your money and protect the fraud franchise revenue stream for his handlers. Floyd was a willing actor in the big scam, a money whore who would glady take millions for risk free sparring ...

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Al Haymon Needs A Miracle

  The boxing empire of Al Haymon is in critical condition. And it may not survive beyond 2021. Boxing is a star-driven sport and Haymon, despite years of trying to manufacture stars on network bought time and Showtime and Fox telecasts, has nothing to show for it other than a ...

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Why is Mayweather Ducking Pacquiao Again?

Floyd Mayweather was recently snubbed by Conor McGregor out of a big money rematch with the UFC superstar, a rejection that will cost Mayweather over $100,000,000. Understandably, Mayweather, as evidenced by his media quotes blasting McGregor, was enraged by McGregor’s shot calling which left Mayweather high and dry with no ...

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Black Boxer Supports Police

Yordenis Ugas (25-4, 12 KOs), a world rated welterweight boxer born in Cuba and now based in Miami, Florida, has lived in the United States for a number of years and revealed his thoughts and experiences with police officers. “I want to say this about a country that is not ...

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Why A Mike Tyson Comeback Make$ $en$e

Boxing in America is down in the dumps right now. Not just because of Corona but because there are no money-in-the-bank American stars to sell. Errol Spence? Nobody really cares because he won’t fight Bud Crawford. Deontay Wilder? Exposed as a pretender by Tyson Fury. Canelo Alvarez? Sure, he’s pretty ...

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Scoop Archives: Vitali Klitschko Interview 2003

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Vitali Klitschko!   Formidable heavyweight Vitali Klitschko is the number one rated contender for Lennox Lewis’ WBC title and Roy Jones’ WBA crown. He had, supposedly, a contract set for an intriguing mega-match up of two giants with Lewis. But those plans have apparently gone awry. Now Lewis ...

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Scoop Archives: Wladimir Klitschko Interview 2003

Scoop Malinowski: EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Wladimir Klitschko!   Some fighters lose by devastating knockout and never ever regain their status. For one example, Michael Spinks lost to Mike Tyson and never fought again. Then there are the examples of Lennox Lewis, Joe Louis and Chris Byrd who all were able to ...

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