Tag Archives: Floyd Mayweather

Why I Believe Canelo Triumphing over GGG is a Foregone Conclusion

Canelo vs. Golovkin II becomes the biggest fight of the year. And unless it comes out that Canelo was using performance enhancing drugs the first time they met, I can’t see my thoughts changing.

Maybe Horn Shouldn’t Have Said That Crawford Hadn’t Been Tested

Horn, a tough and gritty mauler who upset a legend in his next-to-last bout and Crawford who is the most complete and versatile fighter in boxing. And when those two dynamics clash

Sportscaster Mauro Ranallo Bares his Soul in a Mesmerizing Documentary

Over the years I have been pretty harsh on prolific sports broadcaster Mauro Ranallo, although I was vaguely aware of some personal health issues he had. I admired his uncanny

A Paean to Sugar Ray Leonard: One of The Greatest Living P4P Boxers

Sugar Ray Leonard turns 62 on Thursday, May 17th. Beginning in 2007, when Floyd Mayweather emerged as an A-lister, Leonard’s name was often in the news. That’s because he was the man

Wanheng Menayothin Equals Mayweather’s 50-0: A Hollow “Achievement”

On May 2, in Rachasima, Thailand, Wanheng Menayothin, also known as Chayaphon Moonsri, equalled Floyd Mayweather’s 50-0 by dispatching Panamanian Leroy Estrada in five rounds.

Adrien Broner’s Career Legacy Will Be One of What Could Have Been

“I’m on a different level than him. I’m going to prove it on Saturday. I don’t worry about any of the negativity that surrounds my name. I’m just ready

Notes and Nuggets from Thomas Hauser

I recently watched Paterno, the HBO film about former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno.

Paterno was one of college football’s greatest coaches. But his image was forever tarnished by an inadequate response to allegations

Diego’s Spit Bucket — Notes on Mayweather, Hurd-Charlo, GGG and More

The Spit Bucket is your weekly source of random thoughts, opinions and comments about the Manly Art, compiled by TSS boxing writer Diego Morilla.  Follow us every

Monday Morning Cornermen (April 9 edition)

Maidana is Still Pitching Cookie Sandwiches – Literally

The scene may have gone unnoticed to many people across the globe, but it did not go unnoticed in Argentina. Back on May 3, 2014, right after his failed title bid

Morilla’s Spit Bucket — Argilagos Defects, Trinidad’s Travails and More

The Spit Bucket is your weekly source of random thoughts, opinions and comments about the Manly Art, compiled by TSS boxing writer Diego Morilla. Follow us every week at #SBatTSS and @TSSboxingnews
Cuban two-time amateur champ Joahnys Argilagos defects to the US