Tag Archives: Gennady Golovkin

Don’t Be Surprised If Crawford Dominates at Welterweight Too

The fight was no contest. Nobody predicted it would be that easy, but it was said in this space there […]

Superstardom Came When Saul Alvarez Morphed Into Canelo

Lots of athletes have nicknames. Some are carryovers from childhood, some are self-invented, still others are the products of imaginative […]

Middleweight Iron Men: GGG, Canelo and Others

It’s never a good thing for a fighter to look past his next opponent but for fans and boxing writers […]

Jermall Charlo Lying In Wait for Canelo-Golovkin Winner

In most boxing circles it’s as if things are pretty much settled in the middleweight division, and it’s just a […]

Hopkins Has the “Promoter Talk” Down Pat Regarding Canelo vs. Triple-G

During his prime — which lasted so long it’s hard to pinpoint exactly when he was fighting at his absolute […]

When The Gates Opened for the Great Flood of Eastern European Boxers

Difficult-to-pronounce Eastern European names that often end in a “v” “y” or “o” now dot the boxing landscape. And there […]

Who’s #1 on Today’s P4P List? It Has to Be Either Ward or Crawford

A few weeks back it was pretty up in the air as to who the best pound-for-pound fighter was in […]

GGG and Canelo Take Hollywood by Storm

HOLLYWOOD, Ca.-Thousands gathered in the streets of Hollywood below the iconic circular Capitol Records building where music legends Frank Sinatra, […]

Rising Middleweight Contender Luis Arias Aims to Win Big on June 17th

Andre Ward and Sergey Kovalev lock horns again on Saturday, June 17 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las […]

Errol Spence Has Arrived

THE HAUSER REPORT: These are heady times for British boxing. Four weeks ago, Anthony Joshua knocked out Wladimir Klitschko in […]