Horn, a tough and gritty mauler who upset a legend in his next-to-last bout and Crawford who is the most complete and versatile fighter in boxing. And when those two dynamics clash
Anyone who was on the job and watched them all would have put in a full eight-hour shift and been eligible for overtime pay.
Terence Crawford ripped the WBO welterweight world title away from Jeff Horn with a dominating performance in conquering his third weight division before a largely
There is no way of definitively proving who is the best pound-for-pound fighter in the world, and maybe that has been the case since Sugar Ray Robinson was widely conferred with that unofficial but highly prized designation in the 1940s
“He’s a throwback to Sugar Ray Leonard, that’s the fighter I compare him with,” said Bob Arum. “Is he better than what Leonard was? That’s hard to say, but certainly he’s on that level. He’s just absolutely been spectacular.”
This would be a great doubleheader, wouldn’t it? But alas, this is boxing and these two big events are taking place on the same night at different venues on different televised platforms. And of course
That’s certainly true of boxing, a sport without a season. The first weekend of June was arid. There was no shortage of shows – there were three in Atlantic City alone – but none that created a buzz. By contrast, this coming weekend brings us a spate of noteworthy events.
Drastic wrongdoing would seem to require drastic action to correct. At least that was the position of the NCAA, whose leadership took such action following the 1986 college
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.
Elite fighters, which three-time former world champion Danny Garcia still considers himself to be, of necessity must be a curious […]