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Saturday, November 22, 2014

Boxing

Manny Pacquiao mom Dionisia as popular as ever

Manny Pacquiao holds his family in high regard, and nobody is held in higher esteem among his fans than his mother. Manny’s mother, Dionisia, or “Mommy D” as she’s known, went viral during Pac-Man’s April fight with Timothy Bradley after she was shown on camera praying during the fight. What it really looked like was…Read More

Shantel Jackson covers up Floyd Mayweather tattoo

Don’t plan on Shantel Jackson ever getting back together with Floyd Mayweather. The boxer’s ex-girlfriend/fiancee is so serious about her breakup with the world champion that she covered up the tattoo she got to honor him. Miss Jackson shared photos on Instagram of how her wrist looked before and after she got her new tattoo…Read More

Floyd Mayweather bought son Bentley golf cart for his birthday

Many 15-year-old boys unwrapped new video games or consoles on their birthdays this year. Floyd Mayweather’s son, obviously, doesn’t live the life of the majority of 15-year-olds so when his birthday rolled around he was the recipient of quite the extravagant gift. Yes, that would be a Bentley golf cart. If you had to pick…Read More

Freddie Roach talks trash about Chris Algieri

Based on the amount of trash talk Manny Pacquiao’s camp has down towards Chris Algieri, you have to wonder whether they forgot how to sell a fight. See, Pac-Man’s camp has done nothing but disparage Algieri leading up to the Nov. 22 fight between the two sides. They’ve said Algieri is not very good and…Read More

Manny Pacquiao: Floyd Mayweather is not interested in fighting me

Manny Pacquiao is preparing for a fight with Chris Algieri in two weeks, but any time he talks with the press, he will inevitably be asked about Floyd Mayweather Jr. And that happened this week as he promoted his Nov. 22 bout in Macau with Algieri. Pac-Man once again said he has interest in fighting…Read More

Bernard Hopkins may retire; Sergey Kovalev thinks B-Hop should

Bernard Hopkins (55-7-2, 32 KOs) says he will think about retirement following what turned out to be the worst loss of his career. Hopkins was walloped by Sergey Kovalev (26-0-1, 23 KOs), who united the light heavyweight division via a unanimous decision win Saturday in Atlantic City. The Russian landed nearly three times as many…Read More

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