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Radam G:

What will be the next challenge? Money!

C'mon, "The Money Train" and Money May. Dump a few hundred dollars over you guys' big-@$$ heads, and donate that moolah to a worthy cause. Holla!

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Radam G:

Check out these challenges: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYPjLF8Uews. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrOc4YPxv8U. Holla!

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Radam G:

Hehehe! Wow! The heck with that "Ice Bucket Challenge," Imma hit up on some Asian bigwigs to do a Rice Bucket Challenge. I ain't trying to get a brain freeze. Holla!

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The Good Doctor:

Gimmie Frampton-Martinez. Their first fight was extremely competitive until Frampton caught Kiko with a clean shot to the noggin in the last third of the fight(9th round?). It looked like Kiko was coming on at that point and may take the fight until he got dropped. I expect alot of activity in this one but I do expect a different result. I think Kiko wil keep his guard a little tighter this time and wear Frampton down.

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DaveB:

I'll go with Hopkins all day long on this one. I like Kovalev as a person and fighter. I like him because he will fight anyone and he seems to be a likable guy. He has devastating power no doubt but like most power punchers he is overrated as far as boxing skills. He will come up against something he isn't prepared for. He always has a punchers chance but Hopkins already has him over thinking. He said I'm not looking for the knockout. And that is a good thing because Hopkins will psychologically destroy him like he did the others. Defensively Bernard will have an easy task and he knows not to underestimate. Hopkins has problems with volume punchers. This guy is just a puncher, puncher. The mind games will start shortly and Hopkins is a master at that. He would reduce Mayweather to a crying brat so Kovalev is in way over his head. Hopkins is Kovalev's worst nightmare except this will not be a dream. Hard for me to see Kovalev knocking him out or getting an honest decision over him.

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SouthPawFlo:

I'm not going against B-Hop until he's KO'd and the Ref counts to 10...





I picked Tito to win Against him

I picked Oscar to win

I picked K. Pavlik

I even picked Tarver because he was a southpaw...





Never again

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The Commish:

"A blast from the past:

DiBella's official statement is as follows:

"I have just been informed though numerous press reports that Jermain Taylor has elected to continue his participation in The Super Six: World Boxing Classic tournament, and will face Andre Ward in April. It is with a heavy heart, but strong conviction, that I will recuse myself and DiBella Entertainment as Jermain's promoter.

"Jermain's career has been outstanding, and it has been a pleasure and honor to promote him. His victories against Bernard Hopkins remain the highlights of my career as a promoter. Jermain is not only a great fighter, but a good and decent man with a wonderful family. It is out of genuine concern for him and his family that I am compelled to make this decision.

"I informed him, as I do all my contracted fighters, that my goal was to help his secure financial stability for his family, maximize his potential, and leave our unforgiving sport with his health intact.

"It is my belief that the continuation of Jermain's career as an active fighter places him at unnecessary risk. While he is undoubtedly capable of prevailing in future bouts, I cannot, in conscience, remain involved given my assessment of such risk.

"I wish Jermain all the best in his future endeavors. All of us at DiBella Entertainment hold Jermain close to our hearts and consider him and his family part of our family. We wish him Godspeed and continued health.""


I remember that. Lou DiBella really cares for Jermaine, but his penchant for getting him with solid shots, taking them and coming back in a fight, while absorbing more punishment, scares DiBella.

After Taylor's loss to Arthur Abraham, where it was discovered Taylor had suffered a brain bleed, DiBella advised Taylor not to even think about fighting again. A two-year absence from the ring followed. Then came medical testing, a clean bill of health, some long, hard work in the gym, and a comeback.

Taylor asked DiBella to work with him again. DiBella's initial thoughts were to say "No," but he feels his input can steer Taylor around and away from those who styles and firepower may be too much for Taylor.

The saying is "Maximize profit, minimize the risk."

DiBella feels he can do that for Taylor.

Presently, though, Taylor is going to need DiBellas' advice as a lawyer, not as a boxing promoter.

We don't know what prompted the shooting or why shots were fired, but we do know Taylor has a lot more to worry about right now than Sam Soliman.

We hope all the parties involved will be all right.

-Randy G.

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The Commish:

"We are closing in on a second relatively slow week in the sport. But September is around the corner and along with it some very excellent matchups. Forget Mayweather-Maidana and look south to some of the smaller weight classes. There are some highly competitive fights high level in the smaller weight classes that could become instant classics. Here is a look at a few that are on the horizon:

Akira Yaegashi vs Roman Gonzalez (Sept 5th) - This is a fight to determine the best Flyweight in the world in what has become a loaded weight class. Yaegashi is considered by many the best at the weight. Gonzalez has recently come up from 108 and is a pound for pound entrant on a lot of lists. He is an action fighter who carries a big punch. This is a mouth watering matchup to say the least.

Juan Estrada vs Giovani Segura (Sept 6th) - We are maybe in the midst of a de facto Flyweight tournament. The winner of Yaegashi-Gonzalez will be the top man and the winner of this fight the 2nd. And what a fight this could be between two top level fighters who can punch and each like to mix it up. Segura knows only one way to fight and Estrada can box but Estrada has a tendency to exchange if he gets hit. There will be plenty of leather flying here.

Kiko Martinez vs. Carl Frampton (Sept 6th) - These are two of the best junior featherweights in the world whose styles could make for a lot of punches being exchanged. Martinez is a different fighter since losing to Frampton early last year and his high rate of activity could make this a very compelling fight.

I know this is a slow week but wow we will be in for some serious action next week. And I would take this tripleheader anyday of the week over what Showtime is broadcasting that same weekend."



Excellent post.

We were talking about these fights on my show the other day, and will be giving them lots more play on Friday.

The Yaegashi-Gonzalez bout is truly a mouth-watering matchup between quite possibly the two best little guys (from 112 lbs. down). I wish we could see more of these guys in the USA, but thanks to youtube, we can at least watch them after the fact.

Gonzalez is considered to be the second-best fighter in the history of Nicaraguan boxing (Alexis Arguello is numero uno!). I will pick him in this battle.

I'll go with Estrada over Segura, who only knows how to make exciting fights, and I will take Kiko to even the score against Frampton.

September is going to be a fine month in boxing.

-Randy G.

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amayseng:

Hopkins at 49 challenging the best lhw in the world besides himself, a killer at that. All respect to Hopkins.

If Bhop's legs are good enough I can see him keeping SK at far enough distance to slow down his rhythm and offense to where Bhop can control the pace, be active when he wants and score and win rounds.

I have no prediction for this one.

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deepwater2:

A blast from the past:



DiBella's official statement is as follows:



"I have just been informed though numerous press reports that Jermain Taylor has elected to continue his participation in The Super Six: World Boxing Classic tournament, and will face Andre Ward in April. It is with a heavy heart, but strong conviction, that I will recuse myself and DiBella Entertainment as Jermain's promoter.



"Jermain's career has been outstanding, and it has been a pleasure and honor to promote him. His victories against Bernard Hopkins remain the highlights of my career as a promoter. Jermain is not only a great fighter, but a good and decent man with a wonderful family. It is out of genuine concern for him and his family that I am compelled to make this decision.



"I informed him, as I do all my contracted fighters, that my goal was to help his secure financial stability for his family, maximize his potential, and leave our unforgiving sport with his health intact.



"It is my belief that the continuation of Jermain's career as an active fighter places him at unnecessary risk. While he is undoubtedly capable of prevailing in future bouts, I cannot, in conscience, remain involved given my assessment of such risk.



"I wish Jermain all the best in his future endeavors. All of us at DiBella Entertainment hold Jermain close to our hearts and consider him and his family part of our family. We wish him Godspeed and continued health."

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The Shadow:

"If the fight happens, I'm calling a crushing, disturbing KAYO for Sam Soliman. The state of Mississippi should be tried for cruelty to the disabled. JT has been disagnosed with brain damage. In more states, he would not be allowed to come within smell distance of a squared jungle. Holla!"



I agree, RG! Soliman will be out cold, crushingly and disturbingly.





But let's be nice, though. Even though Soliman's old I wouldn't call him disabled quite yet.



As far as Taylor goes, you hit it right on the head, no pun intended. Despite the medical forewarnings and criminal activities suggesting neurotically erratic behavior, I predict his body -- Soliman's, that is -- will be contorted from the rifle-like force of the JT artillery.





Excellent call, Sensei!

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deepwater2:

Add this to the mix.



The WBO has ordered Rigo to defend his WBO title against #1 Chris Avalos, who happens to be promoted by Top Rank.



If Rigo doesn't fight for another belt and unify then Rigo vs Avalos will have to go to purse bid.



Golden Boy, Top Rank, Warren, and Roc nation are going to be bidding it seems.

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Radam G:

Jive-turkey hypocrites! These corrupted alphabet-sanctioning organizations are just trying to steal and halt the mad thunder that coming from this international amateur association that is the oncoming SUPER sanctioning POWER of the pros.

WBC, IBF and WBA are trying to united before they are terminated. We are finishing up the Youth Olympic Games here in China, and are not getting an iota of coverage on the mainland USA. WHY! Forget it! To the hypocrites and ____ ____ _____ ____, I say BYE! Don't you CRY! Holla!

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Froggy:

I am starting to think this might be the time B hop comes to the conclusion it is time to call it a day ! Good luck to him !

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Radam G:

"Nobody can argue that Hopkins is a first ballot hall of famer and still fights like one at 49 or 50, but tell me Radam, is he going to grow old in the ring all of a sudden or are people going to spot the decline in the gym ? Or maybe nobody will ever see it if he retires at the right time !"

His decline (or more like inability to do da d@mn thang anymore) will be notice and straight-up, without a bit of fright, told to him by his trusted trainer and brother-in-faith "Genie" Naazim Richardson.

B-Hop is the REAL DEAL! Even more than was Evander Holyfield. And ev'ybodee and dey momma around the "Alien" know when to kneel.

All at sudden once, one day, he will say to the world: "Now it is over. My body can no longer recover."

When that time is coming, I don't know. But in the meantime, we are all declining every single iota of a second. That comes with living.

The wise one always gets around decline. The double heck if he is going to pay that fine. For so is the sun way up there in the sky is on decline. But shining, it keeps giving. Holla!

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Radam G:

"I have to preface this by saying this is strictly my opinion based on the available information. I don't have any inside information indicating any foul activity either way.

That disclaimer aside, Caribe Promotions is nothing but a bunch of extortionist human smugglers!

They're **** blocking Rigo from greatness out of greed, which is fair enough, I guess, but you already made your money back and then some.

Let the dude become a star. Seems like they want to keep him a slave, Kunta'ing the boy all over the place. These bastards probably call him Toby in private.

Not feeling them at all. He has to resort to signing with Frank Warren?! That washed up, bitter promoter everyone can't seem to want to leave fast enough?!

It's business though, if he can get three fights, it's cool. But when you have Zordon out in Cali ready to get it poppin', those human smugglers just need to get out of the way."


Hehehehe! Danggit! You are coming hard with it, The Shadow. OMFG!

If they call him Toby in private, they might drug him and cut off his foot. And on blame it on him being drunk and swimming in a pool of sharks.Holla!

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Radam G:

If the fight happens, I'm calling a crushing, disturbing KAYO for Sam Soliman. The state of Mississippi should be tried for cruelty to the disabled. JT has been disagnosed with brain damage. In more states, he would not be allowed to come within smell distance of a squared jungle. Holla!

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deepwater2:

"I read this story and have been trying to make sense of why Rigo would sign with Warren. I was telling myself there has to be some logical sense. But as of it I have not found any. A match between Warren and Rigo makes absolutely no sense and will do nothing for Rigo's career. I still could be missing something but this is one that's hard to figure out at the moment."



Could it be a negotiation tactic to try and make Roc Nation up the ante or sweeten the contract?



Does Warren have options on Kiko Martinez, Frampton, or Selby? What is the angle?

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brownsugar:

Rigo has strong ties in Europe... He is as European as he is American ( in a sense).. Plus it may make it easier for Rigo to corner Framton or Quigg.
In addition to this Fifty cent probably soured Rigo against any "Rapper/Promoter" by his mishandling of Gambia.

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deepwater2:

Jermain Taylor is shot.



He is not in his prime. JT carries his lazy jab too low and doesn't bring it back quick enough. Sam Solimon has the conditioning and the mental fortitude to carry him the full 12 rounds if need be.He just shut out Sturm in Germany.



JT will get out-hustled and possibly stopped against SS.





https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x995Va5MN1o

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michigan400:

Hopkins will dominate and make him look like an amateur. If Tarver barely layed a glove on him, SK hasn't a farts chance in the wind. He's going from elementary school straight to MIT. He will be lost and confused and give up around round 6 or 7 then it's all down hill from there.

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brownsugar:

"Y'all think them shots fired on his cousin was something? Wait till you see the shots that will land on old arse Soliman!



A jab shot like a laser. A cannon right hand. Combinations unleashed with the rapid firepower of a semi-automatic Uzi.



And the coupe de grace, which he learned from Paulie Malignaggi, the rocket launcher -- I know y'all remember that one -- you know, the one where the left hand is low but the right hand is lower.



In fact, the right hand stealthily hovers around his thigh, but is then launched from the hip with military suddenness before it detonates on the middle aged chrome dome of the Aussie.



And do y'all think that ugly mug shot of his ugly mug from last night was saying something?!



Just wait for the one that will be released in Mississippi when JT gets arrested for attempted murder with an assault weapon -- his handssss -- but only this time, he will once again wear his honorable IBF belt (The only non-corrupt organization out there) proudly.



In the mug shot.



(Ironically the one that was stripped from him unjustly when he honorably granted Bernard Hopkins a rematch. Talk about politics!)



Soliman does not want that work."




A very chilling portrayal of doom and destruction.

If you keep talking about guns we may have an unexpected.visitation by GunHo Zimmerman who was last sited in Ferguson following two teens with his gun drawn before his arrest.

His car was stocked with a surplus of guns and knives.

He must have heard it was "open season" in the dysfunctional city.



Taylor is a better boxer than Soliman ... But Soliman is and old work horse. He will take over the fight against the endurance challenged Taylor by the sixth round.

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The Shadow:

Y'all think them shots fired on his cousin was something? Wait till you see the shots that will land on old arse Soliman!

A jab shot like a laser. A cannon right hand. Combinations unleashed with the rapid firepower of a semi-automatic Uzi.

And the coupe de grace, which he learned from Paulie Malignaggi, the rocket launcher -- I know y'all remember that one -- you know, the one where the left hand is low but the right hand is lower.

In fact, the right hand stealthily hovers around his thigh, but is then launched from the hip with military suddenness before it detonates on the middle aged chrome dome of the Aussie.

And do y'all think that ugly mug shot of his ugly mug from last night was saying something?!

Just wait for the one that will be released in Mississippi when JT gets arrested for attempted murder with an assault weapon -- his handssss -- but only this time, he will once again wear his honorable IBF belt (The only non-corrupt organization out there) proudly.

In the mug shot.

(Ironically the one that was stripped from him unjustly when he honorably granted Bernard Hopkins a rematch. Talk about politics!)

Soliman does not want that work.

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oubobcat:

"I have to preface this by saying this is strictly my opinion based on the available information. I don't have any inside information indicating any foul activity either way.

That disclaimer aside, Caribe Promotions is nothing but a bunch of extortionist human smugglers!

They're **** blocking Rigo from greatness out of greed, which is fair enough, I guess, but you already made your money back and then some.

Let the dude become a star. Seems like they want to keep him a slave, Kunta'ing the boy all over the place. These bastards probably call him Toby in private.

Not feeling them at all. He has to resort to signing with Frank Warren?! That washed up, bitter promoter everyone can't seem to want to leave fast enough?!

It's business though, if he can get three fights, it's cool. But when you have Zordon out in Cali ready to get it poppin', those human smugglers just need to get out of the way."


I read this story and have been trying to make sense of why Rigo would sign with Warren. I was telling myself there has to be some logical sense. But as of it I have not found any. A match between Warren and Rigo makes absolutely no sense and will do nothing for Rigo's career. I still could be missing something but this is one that's hard to figure out at the moment.

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oubobcat:

After Hopkins schooled Pavlik in 2008, I swore for however longer he fought that I'd never pick against Hopkins again.

Leading up to the Pavlik fight, Hopkins was coming off the loss to Calzaghe and it appeared father time might finally be catching up to him. The emphasis on that sentence is might because he proved in that Pavlik fight that he still near the top of his game at 43 in 2008.

I was in Vegas when that fight took place and Hopkins was a 4.5 to 1 underdog when the opening bell rang. I went up to the window to bet Hopkins, asked for the odds and for whatever reason decided to take a step back and think about it some. I said to myself I'd probably have more fun blowing the $100 on slots or blackjack then on a fight I can't even see (I could not for the life of me find a place in Vegas to watch that fight).

Well blow the $100 I did and quickly...and when I got the result later that evening on the fight made the pronouncement to myself to always pick Hopkins going forward no matter how old he was or who he was fighting.

That was 2008...And I havn't picked against him since.

And for this fight...I am picking Kovalev. Probably, will regret doing this too especially since my brother has offered to lay a few buck on Hopkins for me in Vegas.

I still think Hopkins is a great fighter and at 49 potential pound for pound entrant. But this is more about how I feel that Kovalev is the real deal. I think Kovalev is going to be a star in this sport. More so than I thought about Pavlik six years ago.

Kovalev is committed to boxing and has so much natural talent. He is so fluid in the ring. Everything he does seems to come naturally. His timing is impeccable. He knows how to use footwork and work behind a stiff jab to get the best angles to land his power punches often times in combination. And that power, in my opinion is pound for pound the hardest puncher in the sport at the moment.

Hopkins won't make it easy for Kovalev and will use his trick. He will have his moments. But I think Kovalev is just going to be too much for Hopkins at this point in time of their respective careers.

That said, I have been wrong before on Hopkins.

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The Shadow:

I have to preface this by saying this is strictly my opinion based on the available information. I don't have any inside information indicating any foul activity either way.



That disclaimer aside, Caribe Promotions is nothing but a bunch of extortionist human smugglers!



They're **** blocking Rigo from greatness out of greed, which is fair enough, I guess, but you already made your money back and then some.



Let the dude become a star. Seems like they want to keep him a slave, Kunta'ing the boy all over the place. These bastards probably call him Toby in private.



Not feeling them at all. He has to resort to signing with Frank Warren?! That washed up, bitter promoter everyone can't seem to want to leave fast enough?!



It's business though, if he can get three fights, it's cool. But when you have Zordon out in Cali ready to get it poppin', those human smugglers just need to get out of the way.

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oubobcat:

Well, apparently Taylor has been granted a request to travel out of state for the October fight. So remarkably in spite of the events that have transpired there may be a fight against Soliman after all.

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Froggy:

Nobody can argue that Hopkins is a first ballot hall of famer and still fights like one at 49 or 50, but tell me Radam, is he going to grow old in the ring all of a sudden or are people going to spot the decline in the gym ? Or maybe nobody will ever see it if he retires at the right time !

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amayseng:

Apparently the professional fighter, instead of just punching the guy out, shot an unarmed man multiple times and is facing 2 felonies....wow

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Radam G:

All of these guys have been younger than B-Hop in chronological age, but older in health and stealth age.

The old cat, know as the "Alien" will be a nightmare for Kovalev. In dat squared jungle, Kovalev is going to have a skill block, while being brain f*****. Holla!

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