Tag Archives: Errol Spence Jr

Monday Morning Cornermen – Jan. 22 edition

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, we compare our own previews

Fast Results from Brooklyn: Errol Spence Jr Shines; Easter Escapes

Errol Spence Jr. likely moved up a couple of notches on the various pound-for-pound lists with a dominant showing against […]

Derrick James Captures the 2017 TSS Trainer of the Year Award

At least that’s the way Derrick James, thesweetscience.com’s Trainer of the Year for 2017, sees it. He’s the guy who has done for Errol Spence Jr.

The Jeff Horn Story: It’s Playing Out the Way It Was Supposed To

like no other in recent memory, and 2018 looks to continue on the same path. As always, boxing is driven by its fights and fighters as it should be

Morilla’s Spit Bucket – 2018 Opens Strong, Tainted Fistic Feats and More

The Spit Bucket is your weekly source of random thoughts, opinions and comments about the Manly Art, compiled by TSS […]

From Boxer to Puncher: The Evolution of Jermell Charlo

Jermell Charlo doesn’t have to carry his gym bag anymore. He’s got someone on payroll for that now, though judging […]

Avila’s Pound for Pound List

It’s never been more difficult to comprise a pound for pound list than now. With stalwarts like Wladimir Klitschko, Andre […]

Did Mayweather Carry McGregor? No, That Doesn’t Pass the Eye Test

The thought that Floyd Mayweather carried Conor McGregor last Saturday night is something I’m not on board with. I’d like […]

Mayweather Overcomes McGregor’s Size, Youth and Awkwardness to Notch 50th

It wasn’t a charade, nor was it exactly a good fight although it had drama. Boxing didn’t absorb a hit […]

Indongo May Provide A Scary Moment Against Crawford, But That’s It

It’s been 14 years since we’ve seen an undisputed unified champion atop the junior welterweight division. The last time the […]