Tag Archives: Andre Ward

There’s a New Crop of Elite Light Heavys, But Don’t Forget Sergey Kovalev

On November 4th, Dmitry Bivol 12-0 (10) won the vacant WBA light heavyweight title with a first round knockout over […]

With Mayweather and Ward Retired, Boxing’s P4P Throne is Vacant

As of September 21, 2017, there is no pound-for-pound king in boxing. With Floyd Mayweather retiring again after knocking out […]

Andre Ward: A Career Appreciation

What a year 2017 has been for boxing. We’ve seen a plethora of fantastic fights where the best have been […]

In a Shocking Development, Andre Ward Calls it Quits

Andre Ward, the reigning WBA/IBF/WBO light heavyweight champion, America’s last Olympic gold medalist, and the top pound-for-pound fighter in the […]

Don’t Be Surprised If Crawford Dominates at Welterweight Too

The fight was no contest. Nobody predicted it would be that easy, but it was said in this space there […]

Boxing’s Best and Most Complete Fighters

I’ve never been much of a pound-for-pound list guy. Until recently I never placed any stock in those lists because […]

Joe Smith Jr: Right Place, Right Time….or Real Deal?

The last time we saw him, he was looking down at former middleweight and light heavyweight champ Bernard Hopkins, who […]

The Best of the Best: The TSS Mid-Year Awards

Last year was a challenging twelve months to be a fight fan. In 2016, Muhammad Ali heard the final ten […]

Who’s #1 on Today’s P4P List? It Has to Be Either Ward or Crawford

A few weeks back it was pretty up in the air as to who the best pound-for-pound fighter was in […]

Ward Was Better Prepared for the Rematch and Erased All Doubts

When the “boxer” beats the “puncher” the first time they fight – the rematch is usually a repeat of the […]