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Who’ll Be The Next Pound-For-Pound Champ?

The title “Pound-for-Pound champion” was invented for the great Sugar Ray Robinson, who fought over 200 fights spanning for three decades.  Robinson debuted as a lightweight (135lb) and campaigned up to light-heavyweight (175), something that is hard to witness with today’s boxers. Robinson loved a challenge, and it is arguable that he would have defeated Joey Maxim for the light heavyweight championship ha ...

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Boxing Is Back And Here To Stay

The year of 2013 has belonged to the sport of Boxing and it isn’t even close. We got huge sparks from the NFL with the Super Bowl, and the NBA has been pretty predictable, as the expected teams are where people thought they should be at this point and time of the playoffs. But fireworks have been flying in the sport of Boxing all year, and they will continue to for the rest of the year. First and foremost, ...

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Boxing In 2013

First and foremost, let’s just get this out of the way for the last time: Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao are NEVER going to fight each other. Now, let’s get to business. [caption id="attachment_11176" align="aligncenter" width="600"] via sportsbycolin.com[/caption] 2012 was a good year for boxing, after we thought the sport would die when Manny Pacquiao “lost” to Timothy Bradley. There is a bunch of yo ...

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Reasons To Be Excited: A Look Back At September Boxing And What’s In Store

Boxing elites Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao, who have kept the sport alive for the last half decade are getting up there in age, and it is becoming more and more obvious that the two will never fight each other. So instead of wasting our time anticipating the biggest fight in boxing history, a bunch of young guns have been fighting for respect, and some older veterans have begun to get the recognition ...

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Give UFC A Chance!!!

A little over 2 weeks ago, the sport of professional boxing received quite a lot of attention in the sports world. The problem was that it was negative attention stemming from the bout between Timothy Bradley Jr. and Manny Pacquiao, in which Timothy Bradley Jr. was somehow chosen as the winner of the fight. Boxing has seen better days and this controversial decision, along with the fact that there hasn’t be ...

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Is It Time To Say Goodbye To Boxing Just Yet?

Growing up, boxing was absolutely awesome. I grew up watching Heavyweights like Roy Jones Jr., Mike Tyson, Lennox Lewis, Chris Byrd, and James Toney; along with lower division beasts like Bernard Hopkins, Shane Mosely, Antonio Tarver, Floyd Mayweather Jr., and Manny Pacquiao. But as I grew older boxing changed. The Heavyweight division was controlled by two huge boring uneventful Ukrainian brothers, and eve ...

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RIP Joe Fraizer

The boxing world lost one of its greatest stars yesterday, former World Heavyweight boxing champion Joe Frazier. “Smokin Joe” as he was called, experienced one of the most successful boxing careers and will always be remembered for beating Muhammad Ali in the “Fight of the Century.” Joe was a great champ, and his impacts on the development of boxing will never be forgotten. Even though he lived in Ali’s sha ...

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