Tag Archives: Floyd Mayweather

Esteemed Cut Man and Trainer Rafael Garcia Passes Away at Age 88

Rafael Garcia, a fixture on the Las Vegas boxing scene for decades, passed away Tuesday morning (Nov. 13) from complications of leukemia at age 88.

Morilla’s Spit Bucket – AJ-Takam Wrap-Up, WBA Convention News and More

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

Conor McGregor Should Thank Robert Byrd Instead Of Admonishing Him

With the 118-110 score submitted for Canelo-Golovkin by judge Adalaide Byrd a few weeks ago, it’s been open season on boxing officials. As someone

Andre Ward: A Career Appreciation

What a year 2017 has been for boxing. We’ve seen a plethora of fantastic fights where the best have been […]

Why Power and Chin Will Decide Canelo-Golovkin

The fight that fans couldn’t wait to see is about to come to fruition – Canelo vs. Golovkin for middleweight […]

GGG-Canelo: The Relative Silence Has Been Deafening

No matter what happens Saturday night when Gennady Golovkin and Canelo Alvarez square off in Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena, there […]

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, […]

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 […]

Floyd Mayweather’s Legacy

If this was Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s final fight, and he said it was, then the five-time world champion exited the squared circle with […]

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 […]