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Biofile Matthew Saad Muhammad

By Scoop Malinowski Status: Former WBC Light Heavyweight Champion 1979-1981. His ring record was 39-16-3 (29 KOs). DOB: August 5, 1954 In: Philadelphia, PA Childhood Heroes: “Muhammad Ali, Joe Louis.” First Boxing Memory: “Well, I started boxing because I didn’t know who my relatives were. I was adopted. I was ...

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Beterbiev trainer implies Canelo is a rigged champion

By Scoop Malinowski Devastating Light Heavyweight Champion Artur Beterbiev wants to be the man to end Canelo Alvarez’s winning streak but his trainer Marc Ramsay warns that they will not play soft or push punches like most of Canelo’s opponents may have. “That [fight with Alvarez] would be interesting on ...

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Renaldo Snipes: I Boxed A Legend Larry Holmes

By Scoop Malinowski  Renaldo “Mister” Snipes was 25 years old and 22-0 when he challenged Larry Holmes for the World Heavyweight championship at the Civic Arena in Pittsburgh, PA in November 1981. The fight was televised nationally prime time on a Friday night by ABC, with Howard Cosell at the ...

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Harold Knight Discusses Dillian Whyte

My longtime friend Harold Knight and I reconnected on Facebook after a few years. Harold “The Shadow” Knight was one of the first pro fighters I ever got to see live, in my early years in the late 80s covering boxing for my college newspaper I saw Knight perform in ...

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WBC Selling Out Wilder To Help Whyte and Hearn?

  By Scoop Malinowski It’s abundantly clear by now that Al Haymon does not want his heavyweight franchise hope Deontay Wilder to have to get in the ring with Dillian Whyte. Haymon has shunned repeated career high paydays from Eddie Hearn last year to match Wilder with the WBC no. ...

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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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