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"Big Drama Show" Coming May 16, Says Golovkin

Gennady Golovkin promised a "big drama show" on May 16, and said that he expects foe Willie Monroe to be a stern test in a bout which will unfold in LA, and run on HBO. Promoter Tom Loeffler, repping GGG, said fans will enjoy the action May 16, and that will be a contrast from what they received on May 2, on a Tuesday conference call. He said Monroe, from Rochester, NY, will be a test, and that he is a slick lefty. He said that there will be no backlash from MayPac, that fans will appreciate even more the drama show. He said that fans will...

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Faves From May 7 Golden Boy Card Fighters

LA FIGHT CLUB MAY 7 CARD FIGHTERS SHARE THEIR FAVORITE LOS ANGELES HOT SPOTS, ACTIVITIES, AND MORE LIVE FROM THE BELASCO THEATER IN DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES AND ON FOX SPORTS 1 & FOX DEPORTES Tickets on Sale Now! LOS ANGELES (May 5) – Following two successful action-packed editions of Golden Boy Promotions’ new series LA FIGHT CLUB on FOX Sports 1 and FOX Deportes, the next installment allows fans the chance to get up-close and personal to boxing’s most promising talent in the hip, intimate setting at the beautiful Belasco...

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Avila Manifesto: No More Coverage of Al Haymon or Mayweather Fights

I, David A. Avila, am declaring a personal boycott of all boxing events promoted by Mayweather Promotions or Premier Boxing Champions, and any events promoted by Floyd Mayweather or Al Haymon. Greed at the expense of the media seemed to be their ultimate design last Saturday when Mayweather defended his undefeated record against Manny Pacquiao at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Many of the regular boxing media were shut out from attending the fight or covering it inside the arena. Instead, photographers and deadline reporters were forced to...

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Floyd Provides, He Does Not Care

“Floyd cares for his children.” This is what someone said to me on social media as a partial defense for the otherwise questionable behavior of Floyd Mayweather outside of the boxing ring. It was an interesting point to make. Inarguably, Floyd’s children will never lack for food, shelter, or clothing. I would never say that Floyd does not love his children or show them affection. I assume he does. But are those things alone enough to say that Floyd truly “cares” for his children? I’m not so sure. Years ago, I watched an HBO...

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Floyd Mayweather vs Manny Pacquiao

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Some Connected The Dots Before Mayweather-Pacquiao

I tried to sound the alarm bell in this space on the inevitable clash between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao, at each stage, for literally years. Today everyone is all over the place saying that the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight was a waste of time and money. Those saying such things are rightly upset because there's a chance Manny Pacquiao 57-6-2 (38) may have gone into the fight with an injured shoulder. They're also mad and disillusioned that the fight wasn't competitive and didn't come close to meeting its expectations. And to those...

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Postfight Presser Report: Mayweather Is Boastful, Edgy, Defiant

At the postfight presser, held in the arena, with the principals in the ring, Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao talked about their clash at the MGM, and both touched on what comes next for each. Pacman said thanks for coming and that he did his best, "but my best wasn't good enough." The loser, via UD12, said he didn't want to make any alibis because of what he went through in camp. "I thought I won but I have to review it when I go back to my hotel to see what's happening," he said. "I respect Floyd Mayweather, he's fast, he's a good...

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The Superfight Without a Heart

The question often asked in the buildup to Mayweather vs. Pacquiao was whether this richest of all prizefights could give a boost to boxing’s future by living up to the glories of its past. As May 2 approached, the anticipation reminded many of the 1980s, when the mega-million “superfights” got started with a series of bouts between the so-called Four Kings—Sugar Ray Leonard, Roberto Duran, Thomas Hearns, and Marvin Hagler. Leonard and Hearns fought each other in two cliffhangers eight years apart; Hearns vaporized Duran with a...

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FLOYD MAYWEATHER VS. MANNY PACQUIAO TO PREMIERE ON SHOWTIME® NEXT SATURDAY, MAY 9 Delayed Telecast Begins At 9 p.m. ET/PT Immediately Followed By INSIDE MAYWEATHER vs. PACQUIAO Epilogue Saturday’s welterweight unification showdown between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao will premiere on SHOWTIME® next Saturday, May 9 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. The delayed telecast of Mayweather vs. Pacquiao will feature exclusive analysis from SHOWTIME boxing experts and will be immediately followed by the premiere of INSIDE MAYWEATHER vs. PACQUIAO...

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Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Manny Pacquiao: Live Round-by-Round Updates

Manny Pacquiao is walking down the hallway of the MGM wearing a smile on his face. He looks relaxed and ready to fight. Before Pacquiao walks in the arena, he takes a selfie with his trainer Freddie Roach. It is an interesting crowd and atmosphere. No one truly knows what to expect. Floyd Mayweather walks in the arena wearing a black, white, and gold, leather outfit. Floyd is all business. Floyd looks extremely focused. Here we go! Round 1 Fight starts center ring. Mayweather starts first with a one-two. Floyd looks sharp. He is feinting...

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AND STILL...Masterful Mayweather Bests Pacquiao Via UD12, In Sub-Classic Scrap

Maybe he's not the best ever, that's debateable, but he is a contemporary master. In the main event of the most important fight since 2002 and the biggest revenue maker of all time, Floyd Mayweather, born in Michigan, nicknamed "Money," drew harsh boos when he walked to the ring with a 47-0 mark. The white hatted Pacman came in with the hopes of nations on his shoulders, and a 57-5-2 mark. But you had to tip your cap to the victor, even if you don't care for his character or the character he plays; his mix of jabs, movement, potshot...

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FIGHTER Result Rnd

Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Manny Pacquiao

Rd. 12

Leo Santa Cruz

Jose Cayetano

Rd. 10

Vasyl Lomachenko

Gamalier Rodriguez

Rd. 9

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