Manny Pacquiao is an international sports icon for more reasons than his boxing talent. His generosity, friendliness, and outgoing personality endears him to fans.
One of the two men pictured above is an impersonator. The other is boxer, congressman, and international icon, Manny Pacquiao. I bet you can’t guess which one is the real Pac Man.
Manny Pacquiao was profiled in the November edition of Playboy. Most of the information in the article was old news if you’re a hardcore Pac Man fan.
Promoter Oscar de la Hoya was so inspired by 52-year-old Dewey Bozella’s win Saturday night that he joked about making a comeback.
Even if Kimbo Slice is on the same path with boxing that he was with MMA, he is providing us with some entertaining knockouts along the way.
52-year-old Dewey Bozella won his boxing debut over Larry Hopkins Saturday night in Los Angeles and retired with a 1-0 record.
Bernard Hopkins is fighting Chad Dawson Saturday in Los Angeles for Hopkins’ WBC Light Heavyweight title.
Imagine spending 26 years in prison for a crime you did not commit. It could happen to anyone.