Tag Archives: Frank Lotierzo

Don’t Be Surprised If Crawford Dominates at Welterweight Too

The fight was no contest. Nobody predicted it would be that easy, but it was said in this space there […]

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 […]

Boxing’s Best and Most Complete Fighters

I’ve never been much of a pound-for-pound list guy. Until recently I never placed any stock in those lists because […]

Wladimir Klitschko: A Career Appreciation

He participated in 29 heavyweight title bouts compiling a record of 25-4. Yes, Wladimir Klitschko 64-5 (53) fought with a […]

Vasyl Lomachenko Is Much More Experienced Than You Realize

The fandom is over the top with the emergence of boxing’s next must-see fighter. He is Vasyl Lomachenko 9-1 (7), […]

Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller Is More Than Just Big

Nothing stimulates boxing like an exciting heavyweight division. Even a scrap between second tier heavyweights can be somewhat exciting, as […]

Don’t Admonish Adrien Broner; Mikey Garcia Put on a Clinic

Sometimes you see a fighter for the first time and you just know he’s the genuine article. And that’s exactly […]

Mikey Garcia Really Is All That, But Don’t Sleep On Broner

The year of big name fighters facing each other continues this weekend at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York […]

Jermall Charlo Lying In Wait for Canelo-Golovkin Winner

In most boxing circles it’s as if things are pretty much settled in the middleweight division, and it’s just a […]

Don’t Listen to the Parroting Promoters: No Chance of Wilder-Ortiz

In a year when a lot of fights that we thought we’d never see are being made and some are […]