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War of Words: Hopkins vs De La Hoya

  By Scoop Malinowski   Before his famous super fight with Oscar De La Hoya, Bernard Hopkins, WBC/IBF/WBA Middleweight champion, uttered these “war of words” from his training camp in Miami: “The key to this fight is not going to be power. It is going to be one word…and that ...

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Mayweather vs McGregor Press Conference Obervations

Conor McGregor is the real superstar with Ali like charisma and flair. Floyd Mayweather is the B side personality-wise. For sure, the producers and protectors did a masterful job manufacturing Floyd into mega star. Yesterday at the Los Angeles press conference, Conor was brilliant but he was clearly censored and ...

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Arum’s Motive to Betray Pacquiao?

By Scoop Malinowski   Manny Pacquiao has every right to be disenchanted with Bob Arum. The legendary Filipino wonder of the world is one of the most electrifying champions the sport has ever witnessed. Pacquiao single-handedly carried Bob Arum and Top Rank on  his back the last decade as the ...

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Pacquiao Makes Boxing Great Again on ESPN

  ESPN is back into boxing in a big way thanks to Manny Pacquiao’s sensational performance against Australian Jeff Horn. *** ESPN’s Telecast of the “Battle of Brisbane” and The WBO World Welterweight Championship Fight between Manny Pacquiao and Jeff Horn is Cable Television’s Highest-Rated and Most-Watched Boxing Telecast since 2006 and ...

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Robbery in Brisbane? Just a Mask on a Pacquiao Masterpiece

Manny Pacquiao defeated Jeff Horn by unanimous decision yesterday in Brisbane, Australia, though the three judges awarded the “decision” to the hometown Aussie. Pacquiao looked superb at 38, far better than previous welterweight legends Sugar Ray Leonard, Roberto Duran, Ray Robinson, Oscar De La Hoya. Pacquiao still has the form ...

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Biofile: Joe Smith Jr. Interview

By Scoop Malinowski Status: WBC International Light Heavyweight champion. Ht: 6-0  Wt: 175 DOB: September 20, 1989  In: Long Island, NY Record:  23-1 (19 KOs). First Boxing Memory:  “I guess walking into the gym at thirteen. My father brought me down there. I sparred. I got into the ring and ...

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Scoop Archives: Experts Contemplate Hopkins vs Taylor

Experts Contemplate: Bernard Hopkins vs. Jermain Taylor By Scoop Malinowski The hugely-anticipated Bernard Hopkins vs. Jermain Taylor undisputed Middleweight championship showdown may be off supposedly because Hopkins was not satisfied with the terms of the rematch clause, should he lose to the young danger man. But we decided to ask ...

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Seven reporters at Kovalev-Ward II

Friend-colleague-boxing insider Rick Glaser said today that there are “only seven media” guys in the press center in Las Vegas for the Kovalev vs Ward rematch. I think there were 700 reporters at some of Mike Tyson’s press conferences and over a thousand at his fights. This is astonishingly bad ...

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