Tag Archives: Frank Lotierzo

Why Joshua Will Dispatch Klitschko, Ushering in a New Heavyweight Era

Some refer to it as the passing of the torch or the changing of the guard. It occurs when a […]

Klitschko’s Legacy Probably Rests On Beating Joshua

I say he is due all props for taking this fight. That’s right. I salute the 41-year-old former unified heavyweight […]

Porter Needs to Make a Statement and Andre Berto Fits the Bill

PORTER vs BERTO — This Saturday’s WBC welterweight title eliminator between former title holders Andre Berto 31-4 (24) and Shawn […]

Let’s Put the Brakes on the Grandiose Statements Regarding Lomachenko

LOMACHENKO MANIA — In over 50 years of being obsessed by and closely following the sport of boxing I’ve never […]

Ward-Kovalev II is a Very Tough Fight to Handicap. Here’s Why

WARD-KOVALEV II — The press tour for the Ward-Kovalev rematch kicked off today (Monday, April 10) in New York City. […]

Was Chocolatito Robbed on March 18? Count the WBC in that Chorus

I have a creed that I live by when watching and scoring a professional boxing bout. And that is, the […]

Sosa Isn’t On Lomachenko’s Level But Won’t Be Awed By The Moment

LOMACHENKO VS SOSA — No, he’s not nearly as big of an underdog as Buster Douglas was the night he […]

Jorge Linares Puts on a Clinic, Setting Up a Likely Showdown with Mikey Garcia

You had to have seen it to really appreciate it. If you love offensive boxing blended with technical mastery, then […]

Golovkin’s Showing versus Jacobs Means Nothing Regarding Canelo

GOLOVKIN-CANELO IN LIGHT OF GOLOVKIN-JACOBS — If you’ve been a follower of the sport of boxing or, say, even the […]

15 Rounds and a Few Other Changes Might Quell These Controversial Decisions

A FORMULA FOR QUELLING CONTROVERSIAL DECISIONS — During this month of March we’ve seen two high profile title bouts in […]