Tag Archives: Diego Morilla

Mayweather-McGregor: The King is Dead and His Gold Can’t Fit in his Grave

“Of hunger and thirst (so goes the Greek legend) A king once died amidst fountains and orchards…” Jorge Luis Borges, […]

Team Maidana 2.0: Argentine Boxing Poised to Make a Comeback 

The lush history of Argentine boxing has been replete with almost uninterrupted achievements since the early ’70s, but there is […]

Lucas Matthysse returns: “I am not going to be a stepping stone for anybody”

A fighter taking a long layoff in his prime is a rare sight to see, unless the situation is forced […]

Ringside Report: WBC #1 Heiland Dismantles Veron in a Corker

QUILMES, BUENOS AIRES, ARG. — It is difficult to expect something new when two fighters have faced each other in […]

Omar Narvaez’s Financial Woes Attributed to Shady Business Practices

CAN OMAR NARVAEZ AFFORD TO KEEP FIGHTING? — On a long-enough timeline, every former fighter sees his finances fall into […]

The 2016 Boxing Year in Review: A Latino Perspective

2016 Boxing Year in Review — With mega stars Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao finally out of the big picture […]

The Rise and Fall of the People’s Republic of Al Haymon

The year of 2016 was a rocky one for Al Haymon and his PBC outfit. And 2017 appears to hold […]

Argentina’s Best Prospect Brian Castaño is Ready to Make His Mark

ARGENTINA’S TOP PROSPECT. Argentine boxing has suffered a long slump since the retirement of Marcos Maidana, the semi-reclusion of Lucas […]

After Beating Robert Guerrero, David Peralta Finally Goes Pro

After Beating Robert Guerrero, David Peralta Finally Goes Pro – The classic story of the underdog dreaming about making it […]