Tag Archives: Bob Arum

Vasyl Lomachenko, Mikaela Mayer and Friends on Top Rank L.A. Show

Inside the bright and shiny Inter-Continental Hotel packed with the latest hard-to-decipher electronic and computerized gadgets was Vasyl “High-Tech” Lomachenko, […]

Pacquiao-Horn: The Aftermath and Final Thoughts

This past weekend WBO welterweight title holder Manny Pacquiao 59-7-2 (38) lost his title to unheralded Jeff Horn 17-0-1 (11) […]

Plotting Pacquiao’s Farewell after Jeff Horn

He’s a fading star who can still garner attention when he fights. Since losing a unanimous decision in the highest […]

Three Punch Combo: Pacquiao on ESPN, Evander’s Maiden Show and More

THREE PUNCH COMBO: Late Sunday, Top Rank formally announced that ESPN would be televising the welterweight title fight between Manny […]

Terence Crawford is Boffo in Omaha; Can His Act Play as Well on a Bigger Stage?

“Will it play in Peoria?” is a phrase widely believed to have been popularized by 19th century American author Horatio […]

Schaefer Extends Olive Branch (sort of) to Oscar: Will They Team Up Again?

If the history of boxing has taught us anything, it is that today’s friend can be tomorrow’s enemy, and vice-versa. […]

Philadelphia’s Jesse Hart Moves Closer to the Title Shot That Eluded His Dad

OXON HILL, Md. – Eugene “Cyclone” Hart doesn’t profess to be a psychic. He doesn’t peer into crystal balls, read […]

The Richie Sandoval Story: Hard Times and High Times for a Knight of the Prize Ring

To say that former world bantamweight champion Richie Sandoval had a boxing career marked by highs and lows would be […]

Ringling Bros. Throws in the Towel: Should Boxing’s Ringmasters be Concerned?

THE CIRCUS IS SHUTTING DOWN — Two definitions of “tradition,” as listed in the Merriam-Webster dictionary, describe it as “cultural […]

As The Boxing World Turns: The Reflections of a Man Who Went Home Again

REFLECTIONS — They say you can never go home again, a phrase that harks to “You Can’t Go Home Again,” […]