Golovkin Implies Canelo is a Chicken

Golovkin vs Canelo: The Superfight With Zero Buzz-media-1

By Scoop Malinowski Last week, after months of calm waters and little tension or grudge, Gennady Golovkin suddenly generated some turbulence by directing some choice words at his arch-rival Canelo Alvarez. Golovkin said this:  “I am not Julio César Chȧvez, Jr. and Canelo is no Danny Jacobs.  There are no survivors ...

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Golovkin or Canelo Need A Lesson In Trash Talking

Floyd’s Lousy Act Has Sunk Boxing To New Lows-media-1

By Scoop Malinowski Golovkin vs Alvarez is going to be an exciting clash of middleweight titans but the “War of Words” aspect of the fight has been a dud. Neither champion has dared to say anything remotely disrespectful or offensive about the other and subsequently that’s lessened the excitement heading ...

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Golovkin vs Canelo: The Superfight With Zero Buzz

  By Scoop Malinowski There are required ingredients for a boxing match to be considered a “super fight.” First, you have to have two great fighters at their career peaks ready to rumble. Two, there has to be some degree of tension, grudge or better yet, some bad blood between ...

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Mayweather Defeats McGregor by TKO

By Scoop Malinowski Floyd Mayweather outboxed UFC champion Conor McGregor after a slow start but took control of the fight after round three with his superior boxing skills. McGregor was game but clearly outclassed, showing his heroic fighting spirit to extend the fight but Mayweather, sensing a fatigued adversary, increased ...

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McGregor Implies That Gambling Debts Forced Floyd To Take Fight

By Scoop Malinowski Some of the most interesting aspects of today’s McGregor vs Mayweather final press conference were how Floyd Mayweather again sounded weak and lacking confidence, only going so far to say that McGregor can give it but he has to be able to take it. Not a peep ...

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How Mayweather Could Profit By Losing To McGregor


By Scoop Malinowski Losing in boxing can sometimes means winning. Let me explain. The most famous example of a boxer losing a fight but then winning financially is probably the James J. Braddock vs Joe Louis world heavyweight title fight in 1937. Braddock was the champion but he, his manager ...

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Why Mayweather May Want To Lose To McGregor

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By Scoop Malinowski Since the Mayweather vs McGregor fight has become official a couple of months ago, Floyd Mayweather has become a new, different person. The self-centered, megalomaniac obsessed with money and winning is now a kinder, gentler, more mature man. “Hey everybody. I want to say thanks for having ...

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Pressure On Golovkin and Canelo To Revive Boxing in USA

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  By Scoop Malinowski Gennady Golovkin vs Canelo Alvarez is a month away but it should have happened two years ago. The middleweight superfight has been completely overshadowed by the Mayweather-McGregor pre-fight hype which has been colorful and fascinating on so many levels. Meanwhile, Golovkin and Canelo have both remained ...

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Changes In Mayweather’s Behavior Could Be Portent of Massive Upset


By Scoop Malinowski Observing the McGregor vs Mayweather pre-fight hype build up, one observation stands out. It seems the Mayweather side is trying too hard to sell the upset. So that it’s believable when it happens. All the talk about Floyd being “the best ever” and striving to reach the ...

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Biofile: Floyd Mayweather Interview

By Scoop Malinowski Status: WBA & WBC junior welterweight mandatory challenger. Ht: 5-8 Wt: 140 Born On: February 24, 1977 In: Grand Rapids, Michigan. Childhood Heroes: “Roger Mayweather, Aaron Pryor.” Nicknames: “Flashy Floyd, Flamboyant Floyd.” Hobbies/Interests: “Music. All sports. I like to play table tennis.” Favorite Movies: “Monster flicks.” Musical ...

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