Tag Archives: Guillermo Rigondeaux

Yesterday They Were Telling the Truth; Now They’re Lying (Maybe)

It was at the New York City press conference to officially announce the Nov. 4 WBC heavyweight title fight between […]

Keeping Boxing in Perspective

So far, 2017 has been a spectacular year for boxing with the best fighting the best in great fights and […]

Battle of the Bands: Loma-Rigo vs. Wilder-Ortiz

As part of any really big fight week – and the matchup of top-shelf middleweights Gennady Golovkin and Canelo Alvarez […]

With Mayweather and Ward Retired, Boxing’s P4P Throne is Vacant

As of September 21, 2017, there is no pound-for-pound king in boxing. With Floyd Mayweather retiring again after knocking out […]

The Jackal and Other Boxing Nicknames Lost in Translation

Just like “bad” and “dope” can mean “good,” words in Spanish often take on double meanings when they’re adopted into […]

The Hauser Report: Top Rank – ESPN – Lomachenko – Crawford

THE HAUSER REPORT: Three years ago, the eyes of boxing were on Premier Boxing Champions and what Al Haymon was […]

Boxing’s Best and Most Complete Fighters

I’ve never been much of a pound-for-pound list guy. Until recently I never placed any stock in those lists because […]

Three Punch Combo: Old School Fighters, a Lomachenko Look-Ahead and More

THREE PUNCH COMBO — This past week, we saw Raymundo Beltran (34-7-1, 21 KO’s) move a step closer to another […]

The NSAC Overturns the Verdict in the Rigondeaux-Flores Fight

On Saturday, June 17, Guillermo Rigondeaux defended his WBA 122-pound world title against Moises Flores in the chief undercard bout […]

In a Flawed Promotion, Andre Ward Makes a Statement

THE HAUSER REPORT — In an earlier era, the June 17 rematch between Andre Ward and Sergey Kovalev would have […]