Tag Archives: Chocolatito Gonzalez

Why Sor Rungvisai Could be the new Manny Pacquiao and not Donnie Nietes

Gennady Golovkin was being hailed as the new Pacquiao –or at least the Eastern Euro version. However, the shine seems to have worn off GGG given his last two efforts

Three Punch Combo: Sizing Up Igor Mikhalkin, Visualizing ‘Superfly3’ and More

THREE PUNCH COMBO — Sergey Kovalev (31-2-1, 27 KO’s) returns this coming Saturday on HBO to defend his WBO light […]

Rungvisai-Estrada: An Outstanding Fight Marred by Another Awful Scorecard

This past weekend boxing fans had the pleasure of watching another exciting card that didn’t cost them any money aside from the cost of their cable bill.

Srisaket Sor Rungvisai is the TSS Breakthrough Fighter of the Year

Thai fighters sometimes go by their legal names, the ones on their birth certificates, and sometimes they go by a nickname that references their particular

Can American Super Flyweights Keep Up With Mexico and Asia at StubHub?

Super flies only date back to the days of VCRs in the 1980s. But from the beginning, the 115-pound limit […]

Chocolatito Ready To Go Through Hell To Reclaim Title

Prior to his last bout in March he was undefeated, closing in on Floyd Mayweather’s record and was ranked no […]

Who Judges the Judges and Referees? – CSAC Takes Charge

A recent high profile fight card saw middleweight champion Gennady “GGG” Golovkin retain his world titles and super flyweight world […]

Was Chocolatito Robbed on March 18? Count the WBC in that Chorus

I have a creed that I live by when watching and scoring a professional boxing bout. And that is, the […]

The New Pound-for-Pound Rankings: A Comparison of Three Polls

POUND-FOR-POUND TOP 10 — In the last few days, three tribunals – The Ring, ESPN, and the Transnational Boxing Rankings […]

The Hauser Report: Conlan, Mayweather, McGregor, Chocolatito, and Rungvisai

THE HAUSER REPORT: We live in an age when spectacle is often valued more highly than substance. Thus, it’s not […]