Tag Archives: Frank Lotierzo

A Paean to Sugar Ray Leonard: One of The Greatest Living P4P Boxers

Sugar Ray Leonard turns 62 on Thursday, May 17th. Beginning in 2007, when Floyd Mayweather emerged as an A-lister, Leonard’s name was often in the news. That’s because he was the man

Lomachenko’s Speed and Unconventional Style Will Overwhelm Linares

And in 11 professional bouts Vasyl Lomachenko has basically toyed with all but maybe two of his mostly world class opponents as if he were the alley cat

Don’t Overanalyze GGG-Martirosyan; GGG Merely Did What Was Expected

Reigning middleweight champ Gennady “GGG” Golovkin hadn’t won a title defense inside the distance since September of 2016, a mere 18 months ago.

Golovkin Needs to Start a New KO Streak, Starting With Martirosyan

This is something I find much fault with, especially after his last two bouts, one that he barely won and the other declared a split draw, although in fairness it should’ve gone

Haye Must Beat Bellew To Cash Out vs. Joshua or Fury

For Tony Bellew, it was the signature win of his career – and for David Haye, it was the most frustrating and humiliating night of his career.

‘Big Baby’ Won and That’s Enough in the Heavyweight Division

Yes, heavyweight Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller had the eyes of the boxing world on him this past weekend facing former title challenger Johann Duhaupas.

Porter vs. Garcia has “Fight of the Year” Written All Over It

Thurman vacating the title, the path is now open to make one of the best stylistic clashes in all of boxing between former champs and the two top WBC contenders in Shawn Porter

Adrien Broner’s Career Legacy Will Be One of What Could Have Been

“I’m on a different level than him. I’m going to prove it on Saturday. I don’t worry about any of the negativity that surrounds my name. I’m just ready

Two Schools Of Thought on Tyson Fury’s Comeback

but he fought a smart fight giving Klitschko doses of things he’d never been confronted with before and managed to get inside Wladimir’s head before and during the fight.

Adrien Broner is Again at the Crossroads and Saying All the Right Things

His nickname is “The Problem” and I can’t think of another fighter whose nickname is a better fit. After winning world titles at 130, 135, 140 and 147 by the age of 28