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The Hauser Report: Manny Pacquiao vs. Lucas Matthysse

The more time goes by, the less Manny Pacquiao feels like a feel-good story. On July 14 in Kuala Lumpur, […]

Pacquiao Is Capable of Winning or Losing Spectacularly against Matthysse

This weekend boxing’s only eight division titlist Manny Pacquiao 59-7-2 (38) will fight WBA title holder Lucas Matthysse 39-4 (36) for the chance to be slaughtered by WBO title holder Terence Crawford later this year.

Oscar Negrete Revs It Up at Belasco Theater in L.A.

LOS ANGELES-It was a return to normalcy for Oscar “El Jaguar” Negrete and a return to the win column as the bantamweight contender bludgeoned his way to a win on Friday evening.

The Avila Perspective, Chapter 4: Streaming, JC Ramirez, and Canelo

The eyes of streaming are upon us all the livelong day.

Recent announcements by Golden Boy Promotions and Main Events about streaming fights on Facebook follows a number of other groups that have pledged

Monday Morning Cornermen (April 16 edition)

Boxing is Back in the Wrong Section of the News

Even considering the amount of information traveling around the world at light speed, it is unusual to see boxing featured in the mainstream media or anywhere

Can Quigg Upset Valdez? Unlikely, But it Should Be an Entertaining Scrap

Scott Quigg’s match with Carl Frampton in February of 2016 was a major event in the U.K. Abetted by a large contingent of Frampton supporters from Northern Ireland

Top-Tier SoCal Fighters Top the Bills in TV Fights This Weekend

Two prizefighters from Riverside County, Calif. compete for America’s television boxing audience as Oscar Valdez and Mikey Garcia perform on rival networks this weekend.

Southern California: The Soul of Boxing Part 3

It was the biggest Los Angeles fight in decades when Oscar “The Golden Boy” De La Hoya agreed to meet […]

Southern California, the Soul of Boxing: Part I

Boxing is definitely not dead. The stark reality is the sweet science has never been bigger at any time in the history of the sport.
You don’t believe it?
The numbers do not lie.

Will The Fourth Time be a Charm for Tenacious Ray Beltran?

In ice hockey when a player scores three goals in a game, it’s called a hat trick.

For Ray Beltran, he’s tallied his version of a hat trick