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The Greater White Hype: Starring Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather

Floyd Mayweather is doing a good job of humoring the public and the infamous, or shall I say “Notorious” Conor McGregor in building the most lopsided blockbuster boxing event I will likely ever witness.

Canelo and Chavez to prove worth on Cinco de Mayo

With the Cinco de Mayo showdown between Canelo Alvarez and Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. just one week away, we can only hope both fighters, particularly Chavez, are taking training camp seriously and preparing to

Danny Garcia still among elite after first loss

I have never been a huge fan of Danny Garcia; however, I will say he is still among the elite at 147 even after the first loss of his career. Garcia, now 33-1, lost

Aftermath of Andre Ward vs. Sergey Kovalev; Good for boxing?

So no matter how you spin it, this was a very close fight when it took place in November 2016, in Las Vegas, NV. Many Kovalev fans, along with the fighter himself felt he

Is Andre Ward vs. Sergey Kovalev boxing’s savior in 2016 after a sub par year?

Despite the title of this narrative, this article is less about the November 19th match-up between Andre Ward and Sergey Kovalev as it is about the poor fights boxing has offered fans in 2016.

Dominant win over Postol places Crawford in elite status!

Last night at the MGM in Las Vegas, Terence Crawford became the unified WBO and WBC Junior Welterweight Champion with a huge win over Viktor Postol on HBO/PPV. Crawford, now 29-0, with 20 KO’s

Terrence Crawford and Viktor Postol to headline a busy month of boxing in July

Last week’s fight between Keith Thurman and Shawn Porter on Premier Boxing Champions was all we could hope for in a bout between two of boxing’s best. However, this month’s fight on July 23rd

Another reason Al Haymon is bad for boxing

I am sure I will get some disagreement when I say Al Haymon is bad for boxing. I will say, he is a great business man and adviser/manager for his increasing stable of fighters.

From Holyfield to Wilder; Despite impressive knockout, critics remain skeptical of the Bronze Bomber

As I have mentioned before, the jury is still out there on whether WBC Heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder is a formidable champion for American boxing fans to get behind. I am not going to

Terrence Crawford is bad for Pacquiao

Manny Pacquiao hopes to go out with a win next April, in what is said to be his last fight. Toward the top of the list as a possible opponent is Terrence Crawford. Crawford

The best time of year for boxing is now!

Can you feel it? Boxing fans can finally start getting excited again. Although summer is ending, ironically boxing is about to heat up with some of the best stepping into the ring in some

Floyd Mayweather is an ICON but is he slipping?

Floyd Mayweather may be approaching the beginning of the slippery slope. Given there is not a lot of fan interest in any particular opponents for him, whomever that next opponent ends up being may

Deontay Wilder: Just another hyped up American Heavyweight?

The clock has been ticking for quite some time since we have been able to get behind a legitimate American Heavyweight Champion. Deontay Wilder currently holds the WBC Heavyweight Title but has had just

Time for Mayweather and Pacquiao to Move on!

In the aftermath of the most hyped fight in the last several decades, boxing fans and laymen watching the sport are left with many thoughts regarding the two most popular fighters in recent memory,

Danny Garcia gets lucky again in robbery win over Lamont Peterson

Last night at the Barclays Center in front of a pro Garcia crowd in Brooklyn, New York, Danny “Swift” Garcia won a majority decision over Lamont Peterson on NBC’s Premier Boxing Champions. However, by

The Mayweather vs Pacquiao fight will be a let down!

I can’t go anywhere or read anything without seeing or hearing something about this fight. The hype and hysteria regarding Mayweather and Pacquiao is everywhere. The good thing is that it is finally going