The Sweet Science and Boxing Channel offer you complete fight coverage on May 5th
The year in boxing 2012 is heading into a particularly busy and compelling stretch, with meaningful bouts involving the game's premier sweet scientist, Floyd Mayweather and the sport's resident reigning pound-for-pound politician/pugilist, Manny Pacquiao.
Fight fans can get their fix of information, news, opinion and analysis from The Sweet Science and Boxing Channel, the premier destinations for people looking to read up on and watch content devoted to the sport which all others aspire to.
Watch what Hall of Fame broadcaster Al Bernstein says are the keys to victory for Mayweather, and his foe Miguel Cotto, before they face off on May 5, on the Boxing Channel. Dave Bontempo and Marcos Villegas round out the crew which puts out the most complete video coverage of the sport, bar none.
On The Sweet Science, read what respected and award-winning writers like Ron Borges, Bernard Fernandez, Thomas Hauser, Michael Woods and David Avila think about Floyd Mayweather's chances to remain undefeated and take the WBA super welterweight title from Puerto Rican champion Miguel Cotto, and whether Sugar Shane Mosley has what it takes to beat one of Mexico's favorite sons and WBC junior middleweight titleholder Saul "Canelo" Alvarez.
Prefight, allow TSS and TBC to supply all the information you need to get the lowdown on the stellar slate of fights upcoming. During the fights Ray Markarian will be bringing you Round by Round analysis while we keep you up to speed on Twitter (@TSSBoxingNews and @BoxingChannel) and Facebook (TheBoxingChannel and TheSweetScienceNews). Please check back post-fight, as our experts help make sense of what went down in the ring.
You may also take part on the fights as they progress and post-fight discussions by going to The Boxing Forum or joining our social networks.
TSS and TBC appreciate the faithful readers and viewers which make us a potent one-two punch on the boxing news scene.
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