But the problem for Jacobs, at least in the near term, is that there may not be a big fight out there for him.
One of Thomas Hauser’s recent books is titled There Will Always Be Boxing. On the weekend of April 20-22, 2018, the sport was alive and well, so much so that boxing does seem immortal.
Where’s the beef now, Abel?
You’ve seen the first video, but not the second one. In the first one, Abel Sanchez taunts Canelo Alvarez by eating a steak in front of the camera
Adrien Broner Draw 12 Jessie Vargas, catchweight (144 pounds)
Both Broner (33-3-1, 24 KOs) and Vargas (28-2-1, 10 KOs) had promised a war, and a war they delivered. But after 12 hotly disputed
On a very busy international weekend for the Sweet Science, popular former two-division world champion Carl Frampton paid his immense respect
Originally programmed for April 7, this rare fight between two former FOTY participants holds more interest for “The Jackal” Frampton (24-1-0, 14 KOs) who has more
Scott Quigg’s match with Carl Frampton in February of 2016 was a major event in the U.K. Abetted by a large contingent of Frampton supporters from Northern Ireland
BWAA president Joe Santoliquito typed a post on Facebook, “Rigondeaux hurt his left wrist.” Dave Wilcox replied immediately: “I think he hurt his left ego.”
In this new section of The Sweet Science, we step back and take a critical look at the fights that took place on the previous weekend
The Sweet Science’s Diego Morilla compiles a full weekend wrap-up of the most relevant boxing events in the worldwide scene […]