Tag Archives: Frank Lotierzo

Andrade Made a Statement Against Fox, But the Wrong One

Rear end and went onto greatness and others, for whatever reason, squandered their ability and never reached their potential. For every Muhammad

Errol Spence Will Look Great While Vanquishing Lamont Peterson

On January 13th or 20th of next year, the fighter who many believe is the best welterweight in the world, […]

Junior Middleweight Triple Header Should Net Lara vs. Charlo

There were three outstanding 154-pound title bouts on Showtime this past weekend, and all three title holders made successful defenses […]

Gausha Is Erislandy Lara’s Last Chance to Woo Fans

He’s a versatile and accomplished fighter who has only suffered two setbacks in 28 pro bouts. One was extremely close […]

The Difference in Self Awareness Between Joshua and Wilder

Boxing has enjoyed a great year in 2017 with two and a half months still to go. IBF/WBA heavyweight champ […]

There Never Was Going To Be a Wilder-Ortiz Fight

Starting in early July this past summer rumors began to emerge that WBC heavyweight title holder Deontay Wilder 38-0 (37) […]

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

Why Canelo Had A Better Night Than Golovkin

Now that the storm has quelled regarding the decision rendered declaring Canelo-Golovkin a draw, maybe some other aspects of the […]

40 years have Passed since Muhammad Ali’s Last Title Defense

Forty years ago? That’s how long it’s been since former undisputed heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali made his last successful defense […]

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 […]