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Crawford vs Mayweather Coming in 2024?

By Scoop Malinowski Rumors are floating that Floyd Mayweather’s life has been threatened. They boxing mobsters are allegedly pushing for Floyd to fight Terence Crawford. That’s why Crawford is not moving up. This theory makes some sense.  Because Al Haymon was dumped by Showtime Boxing and had to find a ...

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Crawford Is An Authentic Great, Unlike Pretender Mayweather

    By Scoop Malinowski   I once asked Pete Sampras what qualities he most admires in people… The all time tennis great 14-time Grand Slam winner answered, “People who know they’re great without having to say they’re great. That’s what I aspire to be like. To me, that’s untouchable.” ...

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Spectacular Crawford Destroys Spence

  By Scoop Malinowski It was an all-time welterweight masterpiece performance by Terence “Bud” Crawford as he completely outclassed and annihilated Errol Spence by ninth round knockout. The 35 year old Crawford becomes the first man in history to unify the titles in two divisions, welter and junior welter. Spence ...

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There Is No Face Of Boxing Today

By Scoop Malinowski There is a media and establishment push to create a “face of boxing” in order to legitimize and promote the sport to a higher status of respect. But boxing is floundering in popularity and prestige now and it’s stagnating a lowest ebb in decades.  Boxing has been ...

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Crawford Is Better Than Mayweather

By Scoop Malinowski Terence Crawford has to be the most underrated welterweight champion in history. He is 36-0 now with 27 KOs after annihilating Kell Brook last night in four rounds. But Crawford’s best results have been default wins. The man from Omaha, Nebraska has conquered Errol Spence, Danny Garcia, ...

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Biofile: Terence Crawford Interview

By Scoop Malinowski Status:  WBO welterweight champion. Record is 39-0, 30 KO’s. Ht: 5-8  Wt: 147 DOB:  September 28, 1987  In: Omaha, Nebraska First Boxing Memory:  “My first fight, I knocked the guy out in 26 seconds. (What punch?) Right hook.” Boxing Inspirations:  “Roy Jones Jr., Floyd Mayweather.” First Famous ...

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