Tag Archives: Frank Lotierzo

Prograis Benefits Fighting Indongo Instead of Postol

the arrival of NABF super lightweight champ Regis Prograis 20-0 (17) couldn’t have come at a better time. Crawford, the most skilled

No Deontay, You Wouldn’t Have Kicked the Hell Out of Vintage Tyson

Yeah, I’ve seen enough and agree that WBC heavyweight champ Deontay Wilder would’ve kicked the hell out of vintage Mike Tyson circa 1986 when Mike at age 20 won

Roy Jones Jr. Says He Was Better Than Mayweather….and Roy’s Right!

Mayweather’s record, which isn’t hard to do, it’s more authentic to compare him to another pound for pound great from his era or slightly before it….Roy Jones.

Was it a Coincidence That Matthysse Mentioned Pac-Man after TKOing Kiram?

This past weekend Lucas Matthysse 39-4 (36) fought for the second time in six months, stopping Tewa Kiram 38-1 (28) in the eighth round

Could Spence vs. Crawford Be Hurt By Their Lack of Personality?

When they eventually fought. Based on Spence’s eighth round stoppage of Peterson, that pick is a little shakier now and that’s great for boxing!

Easter Needs to Shine Against Fortuna to Get Mikey Garcia’s Attention

But I understand why IBF lightweight title holder Robert Easter 20-0 (14) has been spouting off, dropping Garcia’s name. Easter

Errol Spence Should Have Everyone Talking After Fighting Lamont Peterson

It went back and forth between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao until Floyd conclusively beat Manny in May of 2015 and then it was Mayweather. After Mayweather

Danny Garcia Orders from the Menu but Boxing Fans May be in For a Treat

However, they can never get to the other side of the bridge when it’s blocked by a fighter equally as tough who has world-class skills.

Looking Back Almost As Good as Looking Ahead

As we head into 2018, it has been well chronicled just how great 2017 was for the sport of boxing. There were several big fights that captured the public’s attention

Summing Up 2017 in Boxing

The year 2017 has been one of the best years in boxing in quite a while. The seventies, eighties and […]