Tag Archives: J.J. Alvarez

Fight Night Guide – The Ultimate Weekend Preview (April 20 edition)

Originally programmed for April 7, this rare fight between two former FOTY participants holds more interest for “The Jackal” Frampton (24-1-0, 14 KOs) who has more

Diego’s Spit Bucket: A Clumsy Come-Hither for GGG-Martirosyan and More

Canelo’s Beef with GGG Gets Real

Speaking about “funny ways to promote a fight” and “beef getting personal,” let’s talk about Abel Sanchez. What’s with that beef-eating, sanctimonious

Sunday Report Card,The Ultimate Weekend Wrap-Up (April 15 edition)

Yokohama, Japan, Sunday April 15

Ryota Murata KO 8 Emanuel Blandamura, WBA middleweight title

Cristofer Rosales TKO 9 Daigo Higa, WBC

Fight Night Guide – The Ultimate Weekend Preview (April 12 edition)

Indio, California, Thursday April 12

Francisco Vargas vs Rod Salka, 10 rounds, super featherweights

After his resounding stoppage loss in the 11th round against his compatriot Miguel Berchelt, back in January

Diego’s Spit Bucket — Notes on Mayweather, Hurd-Charlo, GGG and More

The Spit Bucket is your weekly source of random thoughts, opinions and comments about the Manly Art, compiled by TSS boxing writer Diego Morilla.  Follow us every

Monday Morning Cornermen (April 9 edition)

Maidana is Still Pitching Cookie Sandwiches – Literally

The scene may have gone unnoticed to many people across the globe, but it did not go unnoticed in Argentina. Back on May 3, 2014, right after his failed title bid

Sunday Report Card, April 8 : The Ultimate Weekend Wrap-Up

The Sweet Science’s Diego Morilla compiles a full weekend wrap-up of the most relevant boxing events in the worldwide scene […]

Fight Night Guide – The Ultimate Weekend Preview, April 6 edition

QUILMES, ARGENTINA, Friday, April 6

Javier Maciel vs. Martin Rios, 10 rounds, middleweights

With this fight and its exciting undercard, legendary Argentine brawler Marcos “Chino” Maidana will be making his debut as a promoter

Diego’s Spit Bucket – Mauricio’s Olive Branch, Argentina’s Trailblazer and More

For Bopp, it will be a chance to make a statement of her formidable talent against a younger opponent, and perhaps finally profit from a career that has given her many other satisfactions and a place in history in her branch of the sport.

Morilla’s Spit Bucket – Notes on Roberto Duran Jr, Ismael Salas and More

Roberto Duran Jr. Begins the Long Road to Emulate his Father

With an excessive media fanfare in spite of his young 27 years, Roberto Duran Jr. (pictured) made his professional boxing debut last weekend