Tag Archives: Jeff Horn

Boxing 2018: Some Thoughts on the Powers That Be

We’re living in an age of vertical integration and corporate consolidation. The path to power in today’s economy lies through the merger of powerful economic interests.

Danny Garcia Must Embrace Underdog Role, Even as a Big Favorite

Elite fighters, which three-time former world champion Danny Garcia still considers himself to be, of necessity must be a curious […]

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!

Garcia vs. Lipinets is Off, Pushing Back the Entire Show

According to multiple reports, IBF 140-pound champion Sergey Lipinets suffered a hand injury in training and his Feb. 10 bout with Mikey Garcia

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 […]

Caleb Truax Forged the Upset of the Year

“Caleb Truax is a True Cinderella Man” read the headline above Chip Scroggins article in the Dec. 12 edition of the Minneapolis Star Tribune

The Jeff Horn Story: It’s Playing Out the Way It Was Supposed To

like no other in recent memory, and 2018 looks to continue on the same path. As always, boxing is driven by its fights and fighters as it should be

Cinderella Man Jeff Horn TKOs Gary Corcoran to Set Up a Mega-fight in Vegas

Jeff Horn successfully defended his WBO world welterweight title in his first defense, turning away Gary Corcoran with an 11th round TKO

Lucas Matthysse, Mercito Gesta and Other Fight Notes

SANTA MONICA, CALIF.-Two popular contenders met the media at a swanky Santa Monica restaurant on Tuesday looking to re-enter the boxing stratosphere

Terry Flanagan Vacates His Lightweight Title and Other Fight News

Terry Flanagan, who reportedly was close to signing for a unification match with WBA lightweight champion Jorge Linares, has switched gears