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Adonis Stevenson & Sakio Bika Conference Call Spoiled By Media Arrogance

The verdict may not fully be decided but the jury isn't likely to stay out much longer in regard to the overall success and crossover appeal of "Premier Boxing Champions" as it moves into its second month of exposure on American television. Next weekend, a new telecast of the boxing program will be shown live on CBS (3PM ET / 12PM PT) from the Pepsi Coliseum in Quebec City, Canada as WBC light heavyweight champion Adonis Stevenson (25-1, 21 KO's) faces Sakio Bika (32-6-3, 21 KO's). The Haitian born Stevenson, who now fights out of Montreal...

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"Razor" Ruddock Coming Back, To Fight Assumptions and To Win A Title

He was sitting around, looking around, listening to compatriots reminisce about halcyon days passed, as they sipped beers and maybe nodded their heads in assent when Bruce Springsteens' "Glory Days" came on the radio. Glory days well they'll pass you by/ Glory days in the wink of a young girl's eye. Donovan Ruddock last fought in 2001 (TKO10 win over Egerton Marcus) and has won ten straight bouts since losing (TKO6) to Tommy Morrison in 1995, but the Jamaican-born boxer, who has called Canada home for long stretches, found himself...

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Can Vanes Martirosyan Knock Off Charlo?

If anyone flies under the radar in the sport of prizefighting, it has to be junior middleweight contender Vanes Martirosyan. Did you know he was a former 2004 US Olympian? Did you know only one other boxer can claim a win over him? And that was a split decision. Did you know he fought Erislandy Lara to a draw? Martirosyan, 29, has never pretended to be hard of hearing when another star boxer’s name is mentioned. Facing US Olympians, Cuban Olympians or undefeated prospects have never affected his willingness to prove himself. Step...

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Jo Jo Dan: "You Can Call Me 'Road Warrior'''

ON THE ROAD AGAIN JO JO DAN IN FAMILIAR SITUATION TRAVELS INTO ENEMY TERRITORY WITH HIS EYES SET ON CAPTURING A PIECE OF THE COVETED WELTERWEIGHT CROWN CATCH THE BROOK-DAN BROADCAST IN THE U.S. LIVE ON SHOWTIME® THIS SATURDAY Sheffield, United Kingdom (3/25/15) - When Jo Jo Dan (34-2, 18KO's) steps into the ring this Saturday against defending IBF welterweight champion and hometown hero Kell Brook (33-0, 22KO's), Dan will be entering into hostile confines. The 10-thousand-seat Motorpoint Arena in Sheffield, Yorkshire, United Kingdom, will...

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DiSanto Making Sure Boxing Heroes Are Remembered From Cradle to Grave

A potter’s field, pauper’s grave or common grave is a term for a place for the burial of unknown or indigent people. --From Wikipedia There was an outpouring of emotion from boxing fans the world over, and deservedly so, when Matthew Saad Muhammad, arguably the greatest action fighter of all time, succumbed to the debilitating effects of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, more commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, on May 25, 2014. Saad Muhammad, 59 at the time of his passing, was hardly unknown; he was a former WBC light heavyweight...

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Sadam Ali-Francisco Santana On For April 25, on HBO

SADAM ALI FACES FRANCISCO SANTANA AS THE CO-MAIN EVENT ON THE WLADMIR KLITSCHKO VS. BRYANT JENNINGS CARD ON APRIL 25 FROM MADISON SQUARE GARDEN IN NEW YORK TELEVISED LIVE ON HBO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING® NEW YORK CITY (March 25) - The undefeated Sadam "World Kid" Ali and fast -punching Francisco "Chia" Santana will face off at "The World's Most Famous Arena", Madison Square Garden on Sat. April 25 as the co-feature to "The Champion Returns", the World Heavyweight Championship between undisputed heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko and...

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Floyd Mayweather vs Manny Pacquiao

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Manny Camp Update

There will be sparring today, maybe eight or nine rounds, after doing eight on Tuesday, and there was mitt-work yesterday, about 14 rounds worth…and by all accounts, all systems are go for Manny Pacquiao. The Congressman is doing his usual expert job at juggling, maintaining his smile and grace as he does media at the famed and fabled Wild Card, pulling the promotional wagon for the May 2 clash against Floyd Mayweather, who seems to prefer to let the Filipino blare the bugle, and hype the event. Roach is happy with what he sees, as is...

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Mayweather vs Pacquiao - Hugs, Not Drugs, Please..

There's an annual list released by various financial publications which tally the absolute richest individuals on the planet in chronological order. Whether it's Carlos Slim Helu, Bill Gates, Larry Ellison or any other name, no algorithm is needed in terms of what their net worth entails and how it's managed. In short, it wouldn't be worth their respective time to stop, turn around and pick up a one hundred dollar bill should they drop one or two on the sidewalk. Likewise, if we're to believe everything we read, see or hear about the seven...

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Floyd-Judah Sparring Is Talk of the Town

Ah, the gamesmanship. My guy is looking aces in camp. Oh, but my guy is looking like aces plus. The salesmanship, the wording meant to convey to the world that their man is destined to have the camp of of his life and thus is that much more likely to get the W on May 2... We heard that Manny looked sharp and was dialed in mentally last week from Freddie Roach, when he started sparring. Then, the one-upsmanship. Floyd Mayweathers' Uncle Jeff told writer David Mayo of Michigan Live that Floyd was looking like a mini Liston in camp, and was...

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Manny Welcomes Tebow To LA Training Camp

The second of May cannot come fast enough. Legends in regard to the origin of the month's name trace back to the Roman goddess Maiesta, the patron deity of honor and reverence. Lo and behold, one of the sporting world's purest examples of both such qualities, Tim Tebow, paid a visit to Manny Pacquiao's Los Angeles training camp on Saturday. Although through no fault of his own, the former University of Florida Heisman- winning quarterback became a bit of a novelty in the NFL alongside a few memorable games with the Denver Broncos. There's...

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Countdown To Mayweather-Pacquiao: Mayweather's Most Virtuoso Performance

Love him or loathe him, Floyd Mayweather has been the most complete boxer in the sport for the past decade. I think you could make a cogent argument that as of May 2015, neither he nor is his upcoming opponent Manny Pacquiao occupy the top two p4p spots in boxing today, but it wasn't long ago that they did. In the ring throughout his career, Mayweather has been so resourceful and confident. You can see during the course of his bouts that he just knows down to his core that he has the needed physical tools, and the aptitude to direct them so...

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What Would The Nevada Commission Do If Floyd or Manny Tested Positive?

Really nobody wants to go there, and ponder the route to take should the unthinkable happen, and one of the fighters involved in the May 2 super fight, boxing's Super Bowl, the Clash for all the Cash, test positive for a banned substance, a PED. But anyone involved in the sport at any high level, with any length of time in the game, knows that it is wise to consider all possible variables, and even some imponderables. The Twittersphere churned on Thursday night, when the LA Times reporter Lance Pugmire broke a story that touched on...

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Sergey Kovalev

Jean Pascal

Rd. 8

Vyacheslav Glazkov

Steve Cunningham

Rd. 12

Andre Berto

Josesito Lopez

Rd. 6

Shawn Porter

Erick Bone

Rd. 5

Chris Arreola

Curtis Harper

UD Rd. 8

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