Tag Archives: Frank Lotierzo

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.

Jermell Charlo Didn’t Shine In His Breakout Fight Against Austin Trout

He entered the ring wearing a Lion’s head, thus signifying that he is one of the young Lions of boxing. And when he left the ring after winning a 12-round majority

Look For Spence to ‘Do a Crawford’ on Ocampo, Only Sooner

WBO welterweight titlist Terence Crawford looked All World last week in stopping former title holder Jeff Horn. This Saturday, it’s […]

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

Forty Years after Beating Norton, Holmes Gets His Respect

The narrative at the time was that he couldn’t punch, had skinny legs, lacked heart and was too consumed with being a Muhammad Ali clone. That was the prevailing thought regarding Larry Holmes prior to his first title bout against WBC

Oscar DLH Says Canelo-GGG II is a No-Go and That’s Fine With Me

According to Oscar De La Hoya, the promoter of Saul “Canelo” Alvarez, negotiations for the rematch between Alvarez and Gennady “GGG” Golovkin have collapsed

Crawford Will Beat Horn but May Be Tested More Than Most Think

“He’s a throwback to Sugar Ray Leonard, that’s the fighter I compare him with,” said Bob Arum. “Is he better than what Leonard was? That’s hard to say, but certainly he’s on that level. He’s just absolutely been spectacular.”

What Fighting Sefer Seferi Suggests About Tyson Fury’s Mindset

Tyson Fury 25-0 (18) returning to the ring this weekend after not fighting since November 2015, much has been written and mostly negative regarding his opponent Sefer Seferi 23-1 (21).

Part of Hagler’s Great Legacy Is Remaining at 160

Marvin Hagler was the undisputed middleweight champ from 1980 to 1987. It’s hard to fathom he just turned 64 (May 23rd), but from what I’ve seen

Stylistically Speaking, Daniel M was the Lomachenko of his Day

When a fighter becomes recognized as an extraordinary fighter, pundits writing stories about him invariably conjure up the name of a great fighter of yesteryear who was stylistically