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Thurman vs Garcia Post Fight Obervations

Good fight. Keith Thurman beat Danny Garcia to unify the WBC/WBA Welterweight titles and made the Philadelphian look limited, hesitant, and average. Thurman is a good fighter but just not on that level of Pacquiao, Leonard, Hearns, Duran. Tv analyst Sugar Ray Leonard said one sentence that captured the essence ...

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The Biofile: Keith Thurman (2011)

  http://gty. im/465558140 By Scoop Malinowski Status: Welterweight champion. DOB: November 23, 1988 In: Tampa, FL Ht: 5-9 Wt: 147 Boxing Heroes: “As a child I never really boxed. Through time and getting into it, Mike Tyson has to be one of my greatest all time fighters. Muhammad Ali. I ...

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Biofile: Wladimir Klitschko Interview

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Status: Former World Heavyweight champion. DOB: March 25, 1976 In: Semipalatinsk, Kazakhstan (is of Ukrainian descent) Ht: 6-5 Wt: 241 Childhood Heroes: “I had very many heroes. Bruce Lee, Arnold Schwarzeneggar, Muhammad Ali, my brother (Vitali). All the best boxers, so many people. ” Nickname: Dr. Steelhammer. Hobbies/Interests: “Kite surfing ...

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Deontay Wilder Is A Hoax

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  By Scoop Malinowski Al Haymon aspires to control boxing in the United States. We know that for a fact. Now with his crown jewel Floyd Mayweather just about finished, Haymon desperately needs a new leverage weapon on his chess board. In boxing, no matter how wealthy or powerful a ...

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Canelo Faking GGG Negotiations Again?

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Canelo Alvarez and Golden Boy are again making news by supposedly engaging in negotiations with Gennady Golovkin for a September showdown – which could happen if Alvarez beats Julio Cesar Chavez Jr in May and Golovkin defeats Danny Jacobs next month. But it could just be more lip service from the Canelo camp to ...

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Biofile: Renaldo Snipes

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By Scoop Malinowski Status: Former world heavyweight title challenger lost by TKO 11 to WBC champ Larry Holmes in Pittsburgh in 1981 after scoring knockdown in round seven. Final record was 39-8-1 (22 KO’s). DOB: August 15, 1956 In: Houston, Texas Current Residence: New York City. Boxing Inspirations: “Father and ...

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Five Questions: Mayweather vs McGregor

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Would Floyd Mayweather, at his advanced age of 40 with a net worth of hundreds of millions, risk his health in a real fight or would he possibly consider to fix that fight to make sure he had no chance of getting hurt? Does Floyd Mayweather care about the honor and integrity ...

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When Mike Tyson Met JFK Jr

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By Scoop Malinowski One of the most humorous and revealing anecdotes that Mike Tyson shared in his book “Undisputed Truth” was about his unique friendship with John F. Kennedy Jr. Tyson said he met JFK Jr randomly in New York City. “John and I were friends from New York,” said ...

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Has Klitschko Solved Joshua Already?

Ukrainian IBF and WBO world champion Wladimir Klitschko poses during the weigh in on the eve of the heavyweight title bout against British WBA champion David Haye in the northern German city of Hamburg on July 1, 2011. The fight on 2nd July has been dubbed the "unification bout" as the winner will take all three major heavy weight title belts.  AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE (Photo credit should read JOHANNES EISELE/AFP/Getty Images)

“I totally see mirroring of myself in AJ,” said Wladimir Klitschko yesterday at the New York City press conference to build up hype for his April 29 showdown with IBF heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua in London. “I’ve been there, done that and, as a little older person, you can understand ...

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