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Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Boxing

Floyd Mayweather Jr. Says He Never Gets His Just Due

Floyd Mayweather Jr. has developed a reputation as one of the bad guys in sports. He’s created a persona where he’s disliked for his behavior but respected for his ability. The big reason he’s the most-watched fighter in boxing is because his fans want to watch him win while his haters want to see him…Read More

Jared Shaw: Kimbo Slice Has Mike Tyson’s One-Punch Knockout Power

Jared Shaw is a promoter so his job is to hype up his clients. Right now he’s working on building up Kimbo Slice’s boxing career. Kimbo won his boxing debut last weekend with a 10-second knockout and he’s planning to fight again in November. Shaw has been somewhat measured in his hype of Kimbo, not…Read More

Manny Pacquiao Reportedly Will Take Blood Tests without Cutoff Date

Even though Floyd Mayweather Jr. has been called a chicken for not fighting Manny Pacquiao (and in Michael Irvin’s words, made brothers look bad), the real reason negotiations have always broken down is because Pacquiao would never submit to complete Olympics-style drug testing. At first, Pacquiao refused to have his blood drawn, citing a fear…Read More

Floyd Mayweather Jr. Dreams of Fighting in U.K.

Floyd Mayweather Jr. is returning to boxing next month after taking the past year and a half off. He’s set to face Victor Ortiz on September 17th in Las Vegas. The bout will be distributed by HBO Pay-Per-View to 170 countries, and it will be available both online and on TV in the U.K. From…Read More

Kimbo Slice Fight Video – 10 Second Knockout Win in Boxing Debut

Kimbo Slice amounted to very little in his professional MMA career, but he’s off to a fine start as a professional boxer. He knocked out opponent James Wade in 10 seconds Saturday night to win his first professional boxing match. Here’s the video as taken by SoSoBoxing.com: To be honest, Kimbo’s footwork didn’t look to…Read More

HBO Rolls Out the Red Carpet to Bring Back Manny Pacquiao in November

Manny Pacquiao has returned to his familiar television home of HBO for his upcoming November fight with Juan Manuel Marquez. Pacquiao’s last fight in May was televised by Showtime, marking a significant departure from HBO Sports. Showtime displayed extreme creativity in luring Pac-Man away from HBO. They offered him an appearance on 60 Minutes, a…Read More

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