Latest from Scoop Malinowski

May, 2024

  • 15 May

    Fury May Know He’s Doomed Vs. Usyk

    By Scoop Malinowski It’s often difficult to read a super fight as elite boxers are masters of bluffing and masking their true thoughts, to protect their egos and hide insecurity. But if you look closely, you can see through the smokescreens… We are just days away from the long-awaited Oleksandr ...

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  • 13 May

    NHL Fighter Paul Stewart Sparred Aaron Pryor

    By Scoop Malinowski You learn something new every day. Today I learned a surprise – former Hall of Fame world champion boxer Aaron “The Hawk” Pryor actually trained with and sparred former NHL player Paul Stewart. How did I learn this little known fact? Reading an article about NHL defenseman ...

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  • 7 May

    Canelo Is WWF Now

      Canelo Alvarez may be the biggest franchise moneymaker in pro boxing now but he’s on the WWF circuit, barnstorming around North America doing exhibitions against hired patsies. There is exactly zero chance Canelo is ever going to fight a dangerous, high risk adversary at this stage of his career. ...

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April, 2024

  • 27 April

    Ryan Garcia Exposing Elite Pedophiles

    Boxing champion Ryan Garcia has made shocking revelations about elite pedophile rings, child trafficking and ritual Satanic sacrifices. The American boxer, who just defeated Devon Haney in a major bout, says elites participate in child rape and also cannibalism. Garcia also had pledged to donate $20,000,000 for humanitarian aid to ...

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  • 1 April

    Joe DiMaggio Loved Boxing

    By Scoop Malinowski One of the greatest baseball players of all time Joe DiMaggio, known as “an intensely private man” and “notoriously reclusive” was an avid boxing enthusiast. In the wonderful book, “Where Have You Gone, Joe DiMaggio” by Maury Allen,  it was written that the man who was largely ...

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March, 2024

  • 18 March

    When Ali And Tyson Argued About Who Was Greater

    By Scoop Malinowski In the 1980s on live television Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson actually argued face to face about who was the greater world heavyweight champion. The verbal clash happened on the Arsenio Hall Show, with a silent and respectful Sugar Ray Leonard seated on a couch between the ...

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  • 17 March

    Is There A Conspiracy To Rob Usyk?

    By Scoop Malinowski The long-delayed Oleksandr Usyk vs Tyson Fury World Heavyweight unification clash is set for May 18 but the boxing establishment already has a bigger ambition in its long term business blueprints – Tyson Fury vs Anthony Joshua, which would be the biggest money fight of all. If ...

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  • 9 March

    Joshua Summons His Inner Mike Tyson, Demolishes Ngannou

      By Scoop Malinowski Curiously absent for years, suddenly the very best and most violent version  of Anthony Joshua emerged again in Riyadh last night, as the Brit powerhouse annihilated Francis Ngannou with a one punch, second round knockout. Joshua decked Ngannou twice and then finished the job with one ...

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February, 2024

  • 22 February

    Why Canelo Is In Survival Duck Mode

      By Scoop Malinowski Canelo Alvarez has reached the end. He knows he can’t handle the terrors anymore so he wants to cruise through five more years of easy set ups. Canelo thinks he’s earned that right to fight handpicked patsies for another five years. Canelo recently said he intends ...

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  • 13 February

    Mike Culbert Remembers Facing Roberto Duran 1996

    By Scoop Malinowski Mike Culbert fought Roberto Duran in 1996 in Chester, West Virginia. The four division world champion who boxed from 1968-2001, was 45 years old at the time, with a record of 97-12. It was a super middleweight fight after Duran had fought Hector Camacho and before his ...

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  • 12 February

    I Am Duran: Book Review

      By Scoop Malinowski A recent visit into the famous used book store on Main Street in downtown Sarasota, Florida called A Parker’s Books resulted in a major surprise – there on the shelf in the cavernous mini library of countless old books was a book I never knew existed. ...

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  • 6 February

    Biofile Tim Palesky Interview

    By Scoop Malinowski Status: Boxing media, TV show host Knock Out TV, New Jersey Boxing Hall of Famer. First Boxing Memory:  My first memory of boxing was 1971, the Fight of the Century and all the hype that led up to the bout. I was ten and everyone was talking about ...

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  • 4 February

    Fury Ducks Usyk For Third Time

    By Scoop Malinowski Tyson Fury may set a boxing record for ducking one opponent – Oleksandr Usyk. So far, Fury has ducked Usyk three times. The first time was the fake negotiations which resulted in Fury ducking Usyk to fight the UFC novice Ngannou this past fall. Then after Ngannou, ...

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  • 3 February

    Tom Loeffler, Rising Force Boxing Promoter

    Boxing cannot exist and thrive without excellent, extraordinary fighters… or top notch promoters. As boxing evolves beyond Bob Arum, Don King, Al Haymon, Lou Dibella, there is an American promoter in position to take over and continue to grow the sport the right way, with quality matchmaking, exciting fights, and ...

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January, 2024

  • 31 January

    Fury May Sense His Impending Doom At The Hands Of Usyk

      By Scoop Malinowski The first red flag came a couple of weeks ago when Tyson Fury’s sparring partner Jai Opetaia, the cruiserweight champion, suddenly left training camp in Saudi Arabia – or was kicked out – after only five rounds. And now this week is the second red flag ...

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