English Español
Advertisement

Search:

Type: Posts; User: Domenic

Page 1 of 4 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.00 seconds.

  1. Re: Still No Consensus on Rocky Marciano's Place in Boxing History

    I love how Eddie Futch said to Joe, during his vehement protest of the Manila stoppage, "No one will ever forget what you did here tonight." Powerful, powerful words, and he was right. That's exhibit...
  2. Replies
    52
    Views
    2,273

    Re: Briggs eats and trains like a champ

    Briggs is a joke. But more power to him, the boxing public has a short memory and is not wise (understatement), so perhaps this is sellable. Vitali hospitalized him for 2 weeks; Wladimir may kill...
  3. Re: Dang! This Sonny Liston Story Is The Most Bizarre Yet

    What's your opinion Randy? I never believed Liston took a dive. I think he got clipped on the jaw by a powerful, perfectly thrown shot that he never saw coming. But who knows. Would like to hear your...
  4. Replies
    7
    Views
    411

    Re: Chris Algieri and other college boys

    I believe Darrin Van Horn, who was bombed out by Iran Barkley in the early 90's, was a college graduate. Pretty sure he held an alphabet strap once upon a time.
  5. Re: Undersized Heavyweights Battle in Madison Square Garden

    Agreed. That late point was suspect, but neither captured the imagination. Perez' career ended last November against Mago. Jennings...not a splashy debut to the big time.
  6. Re: Will the Official TSS PxP Ratings Change After Tonight?

    Geale is alright, but not at a level opponent-wise to support a seismic shake-up in the P4P rankings, irrespective of how dominant GGG performs (on the flip side, GGG could slip with a mediocre...
  7. Re: One of the All-Time Greats is in Action Tonight and Nobody Gives a Hoot

    "Tarnished" only in where he would've been had he retired after Ruiz. His stock then was at its absolute zenith. But yes, scores of guys have held on too long, so RJJ is definitely not alone. But I'm...
  8. Re: One of the All-Time Greats is in Action Tonight and Nobody Gives a Hoot

    Sad RJJ is marching on, but we've read this script before. It'd be nice if the greats could do like Hagler, who in my opinion is exhibit A of how to retire. That said, had RJJ retired after Ruiz,...
  9. Re: Alexander Ustinov: What are his chances of winning on Saturday?

    Vitaliti Klitschko was a late substitute for Kirk Johnson more than a decade ago in a fight that was then viewed as a borderline ESPN level bout, but is now among the most historically significant...
  10. Re: It's for real, Pacquiao-Algieri set for November 22nd

    I'm on board with this. Nobody's selling this as 3/8/71; CA earned the shot, showed tremendous heart/courage/temerity last time out, possesses great charisma/likability, and has a truly compelling...
  11. Replies
    16
    Views
    964

    Re: Stiverne and Wilder Coming Closer To Clash

    Tye Fields' career ended on a Pacquiao undercard 4 or 5 years ago when he was bombed out in the first round by Monte Barrett (might not have been MP but think it was). I'm psyched for this one....
  12. Replies
    36
    Views
    1,348

    Re: Alvarez v Lara...a Couchside Report

    Canelo working the body well, been invested there all along.
  13. Replies
    36
    Views
    1,348

    Re: Alvarez v Lara...a Couchside Report

    Al Bernstein, setting the stage, awesome as always. Enjoy.
  14. Re: COMMISSIONER'S CORNER: Talking Broner, HBO Bouts, P4P List, More

    JFK wrote a book once, with ample succor from Ted Sorensen, titled Profiles in Courage (Sorensen never wilted when people accused him of being the true author, and countered that 'the author is the...
  15. Re: Shannon Briggs is back whether you like it or not

    Right on. I thought he lost to Foreman as well (too thought that Big George should've been given the nod over Morrison in 93).
  16. Re: Shannon Briggs is back whether you like it or not

    Vitali with 'great natural anticipation.' That is a savvy observation, and one hell of an erudite post.

    Briggs has absolutely NO chance against WK, unless, like Mortcola adroitly points out, he's...
  17. Re: Woods: I Like Stiverne's Focus and Fire Ahead of Arreola Rematch

    I'm going with Stiverne by decision (Arreola is tough as nails and hard to stop). Don't see why this will be any different than the first. It's tough to win a rematch when a guy had your number the...
  18. Re: Deontay Wilder Destroys Guy Who Sucker Punched Floyd Sr.

    In the other article on this incident here it indicated Wilder was going half speed. I didn't see that at all. The uppercut he threw when the idiot was sitting down was full force. He also hit him...
  19. Re: Deontay Wilder Destroys Guy Who Sucker Punched Floyd Sr.

    This is all around ugly. First of all, the fact that Wilder was unable to damage this kid, when he was clearly trying to do damage, certainly supports the Wilder skeptics out there. If either...
  20. Re: The Super Fights Of The Last 40 Years: Part Two

    My underrated Superfight since 2000: Lewis-Klitschko.
  21. Re: What fight are you most looking forward to in May?

    Stiverne-Arreola rematch for me.
  22. Re: Which U.S. President was the biggest boxing fan ?

    Haha, that's friggin' great. Remember Billy Beer??
  23. Re: Chris Arreola & Gang of Contenders in San Diego Gym

    Randy - Do you like Leapai's chances? I know nothing about him.

    I listened last evening to your show on Sirius. Enjoyed it very much. Interesting hearing you recount the story that you wrote...
  24. Re: LIKE MIKE? Is Floyd Mayweather the Michael Jordan of Boxing?

    No chance. The best win of his career remains Diego Corrales. Many of his other signature wins were against guys with a lot of mileage. He's made scores of millions, and that's phenomenal. As a...
  25. Re: Which U.S. President was the biggest boxing fan ?

    Teddy was a fighter. He got shot while giving a speech and completed the speech. This was the genesis of the short-lived Bull Moose Party.
Results 1 to 25 of 87
Page 1 of 4 1 2 3 4