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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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Q&A With Golovkin On The Red Carpet


Gennady Golovkin is on the verge of the biggest fight of his life September 16 in Las Vegas against Canelo Alvarez. But the unbeaten 35-year-old middleweight king is taking the humble, play nice approach during this week’s press activities. I was able to pop a few questions to the man ...

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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

Boxers Explain Why They Love Boxing-media-3

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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Is it Possible Mayweather’s Career Is a Hoax?

Boxing history is filled with suspicions and accusations of fraud boxers who were protected and choreographed by corrupt forces, motivated of course by money or more specifically, greed. Examples of accused fraud champions?  Primo Carnera is probably the one with the most suspicion. Years ago I concluded that Floyd Mayweather’s ...

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Klitschko Won With Defeat To Joshua

Klitschko vs Joshua Pre-Fight Observations and Prediction-media-1

In the book Jack Dempsey: A Flame of Pure Fire, the former heavyweight champion told his biographer Roger Kahn that he wanted the readers to know a very important truth about his career. Dempsey told Kahn, “I want you to get to the people, that losing to Tunney was the ...

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Errol Spence: A Star Is Born

Opinion: Why Tarver’s KO 2 of Jones Changed Boxing-media-1

Errol Spence is top class. One of the most impressive welterweight title winning performances I’ve ever seen tonight in Sheffield ENG v Kell Brook who appeared to have had enough. Spence was stronger than Brook and anyone expected and never stopped pushing his way to victory. Brook was a fantastic ...

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Kell Brook vs Errol Spence Analysis

Quick Observations in the Boxing World-media-1

  By Scoop Malinowski Al Haymon has decided to send Errol Spence over to England to try to wrest Kell Brook’s IBF Welterweight title to bring back to America and under the control of Haymon. This is a considerable risk by Haymon, who was reluctant to send his other welterweight ...

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