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Haymon Manipulating WBC To Protect Wilder?


By Scoop Malinowski WBC have ordered a final eliminator between Dominic Breazeale and Eric Molina to determine Deontay Wilder’s next mandatory challenger, following his certain win tomorrow night against current mandatory challenger Bermane Stiverne. What is happening is this: The WBC is protecting Wilder via setting him to face more ...

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Joshua’s Emergence is Killing Wilder

By Scoop Malinowski Al Haymon had it choreographed perfectly. He successfully manufactured Deontay Wilder all the way to an unbeaten record and the WBC Heavyweight title – with nothing but a series of mediocre, handpicked patsies fed to his franchise fighter. Everything was running smoothly and exactly how Haymon orchestrated ...

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Analysis: Joshua vs Wilder Marinating


  By Scoop Malinowski The heavyweight division is in a transition stage, following the retirement of longstanding kingpin Wladimir Klitschko. Right now there are two big names, and only two big names in the flagship division of the sport – Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder. Joshua has proven his mettle ...

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Guillermo Vilas Remembers Carlos Monzon

Embed from Getty Images   Carlos Monzon: As Remembered by Argentina Tennis Legend Guillermo Vilas By Scoop Malinowski Two of the greatest sporting legends in the history of Argentina are Carlos Monzon and Guillermo Vilas. Both ruled their sports in the 1970s – Monzon was undisputed Middleweight champion with 14 ...

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Blood, Sweat and Tears: When Warriors Weep


  By Scoop Malinowski Boxing is a sport that has been characterized to be composed of an extra abundance of blood, sweat and tears. Often we see the blood and sweat aspects of boxing but we seldom witness the “tears” part of the equation. However there have been numerous examples ...

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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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Archives: Scoop Interview with Kostya Tszyu

By Scoop Malinowski When you think of Kostya Tszyu, what comes to mind? The great fighter from Russia that now lives in Australia…the unforgettable images of the KO win over Zab Judah…the long streak of masterful wins as junior welterweight champion…married to wife Natasha, father of three (Timophey, Nikita, Anastasia)…the ...

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Scoop Archives: Talkin’ Boxing with Ross Greenburg 2010

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  Talkin’ Boxing with HBO’s Ross Greenburg By Scoop Malinowski HBO Sports head honcho was present at the Paul Williams-Sergio Martinez New York City press conference and discussed several pertinent issues, including Roy Jones Jr., the options for Bernard Hopkins, and MOST importantly, Pacquiao vs. Mayweather: Scoop Malinowski: Comment on ...

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My Last Interview with Jake Lamotta

By Scoop Malinowski   During my twenty five years in boxing I was fortunate to interview Jake Lamotta a half a dozen times.  This was our last conversation, which took place at a comedy club in New York City five years ago.   Scoop Malinowski: Why were you so good ...

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Golovkin vs Canelo Summary in One Sentence

You think this was a real fight? You think GGG was allowed to go all out and kill the carefully manufactured, future franchise money-maker for the establishment and Las Vegas? This was a half intensity spar session choreographed to make money, set up a rematch and maintain the puppet fraud ...

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