Tag Archives: Alexander Povetkin

“Big Baby” Lost Momentum in His Time to Shine

“Big Baby” Lost Momentum in His Time to Shine
He weighed a svelte 283 pounds, 15 pounds less than he did for his last televised fight. And that led many

Morilla’s Spit Bucket – Melian Takes the Plunge, Forgotten Heavys and More

The Spit Bucket is your weekly source of random thoughts, opinions and comments about the Manly Art, compiled by TSS […]

The Difference in Self Awareness Between Joshua and Wilder

Boxing has enjoyed a great year in 2017 with two and a half months still to go. IBF/WBA heavyweight champ […]

Usyk – Huck Preview: Two Way Fireworks or One Way Down?

BERLIN BRAWLING: Whatever glories or debacle may unfold when cruiserweights Oleksandr Usyk and Marco Huck collide September 9th, opening night […]

Better Boxing Through Chemistry? The Fight Over PEDs Never Really Ends

He’s baaack. Well, that assertion is not really correct. Victor Conte, the disgraced founder of the Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative […]

Three Punch Combo: Upset Alerts, a Russian Play Back and More

THREE PUNCH COMBO: Will July be a month of upsets? There is already one in the books for the month […]

Klitschko’s Legacy Probably Rests On Beating Joshua

I say he is due all props for taking this fight. That’s right. I salute the 41-year-old former unified heavyweight […]

Gerald Washington, a Lame Opponent, Is Deontay Wilder’s Last Pass

HOW GOOD IS DEONTAY WILDER? — He stands 6-7 and weighs 230 pounds. He’s the WBC heavyweight title holder and […]

Deontay Wilder picks Andrzej Wawrzyk for his Next Title Defense

DEONTAY WILDER RETURNS IN FEBRUARY — WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder will defend his title against Poland’s Andrzej Wawrzyk on […]

The Hauser Report: Bernard Hopkins, the Heavyweights, and More

THE HAUSER REPORT — HBO and Showtime rang down the curtain on their live 2016 boxing telecasts with a flurry […]