Tag Archives: Frank Lotierzo

Rigondeaux Never Had a Chance against Lomachenko

What can you say other than he did what he was supposed to do and you look forward to seeing […]

Rigondeaux is the Better Boxer, but Lomachenko has all the Edges

Boxing is ending 2017, a terrific year already, with maybe the best confrontation of the year. That occurs this coming […]

The Fight Between Bellew and Haye to Fight Tyson Fury First

The second upset took place on March 4th 2017 when Tony Bellew TKOed former two division title holder David Haye in the 11th round.

Pre-Fight Interview With Tevin Farmer

Pre-Fight Interview With Tevin Farmer – This coming Saturday, December 9th, Philadelphia’s own Tevin Farmer (25-4-1) takes on Japan’s Kenichi […]

In A Rarity, Miguel Cotto Will Exit Boxing With His Health and Wealth

The prevailing thought is WBO junior middleweight title holder Miguel Cotto 41-5 (33) will retire after he meets Sadam Ali […]

Morilla’s Spit Bucket – Devon Back on the Beam, Bombastic Tyson Fury and More

The Spit Bucket is your weekly source of random thoughts, opinions and comments about the Manly Art, compiled by TSS […]

WBO Heavyweight Champ Joseph Parker is Good, Just Not Good Enough

Call him the odd man out or maybe even the heavyweight division’s Rodney Dangerfield, because WBO title holder Joseph Parker 24-0

Why Joshua Will Beat Wilder Regardless of Where They Fight

Both fighters are well built and always look fit, one stands 6-6 and the other 6-7 and both have stopped […]

“Big Baby” Lost Momentum in His Time to Shine

“Big Baby” Lost Momentum in His Time to Shine
He weighed a svelte 283 pounds, 15 pounds less than he did for his last televised fight. And that led many

There’s a New Crop of Elite Light Heavys, But Don’t Forget Sergey Kovalev

On November 4th, Dmitry Bivol 12-0 (10) won the vacant WBA light heavyweight title with a first round knockout over […]