Tag Archives: Boxing

Daniel Franco Update: Boxer Returning to California to Continue His Recovery

Southern California’s Daniel Franco, who suffered a “brain bleed” following a title fight in Iowa two weeks ago, will be […]

Mayweather-McGregor: “The Sting”

Floyd Mayweather is one of a kind and I don’t mean as a fighter. Starting the night of February 25th […]

In Boxing, David Beating Goliath is Not Such a Rarity

There is a saying in football that “good and big beats good and little.” That’s usually true, but, as in […]

Adrien Broner and Mikey Garcia Meet the Press in L.A.

Several years have passed since I last heard Adrien Broner face-to-face and nothing has changed. He’s still a funny and […]

Vinnie Curto vs. Roger Phillips: Our Tale Begins With This Tawdry Mismatch

There is nothing “Rockyesque” about this tale. No, this about two boxers who went through varying degrees of hell 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 […]

In a Flawed Promotion, Andre Ward Makes a Statement

THE HAUSER REPORT — In an earlier era, the June 17 rematch between Andre Ward and Sergey Kovalev would have […]

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 […]

Weekend Boxing Recaps Apart From Kovalev-Ward

The Ward-Kovalev rematch overshadowed everything else, but on a night when Nevada’s referees did not put their best feet forward, […]

McGregor vs. Mayweather Evokes Memories of Other Fiascos

For better or worse, Floyd Mayweather versus Conor McGregor is official for August 26 in Vegas. The strange pairing, a […]