Tag Archives: Jeffrey Freeman

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 […]

London Prize Ring Rules: Regaining a Lost Empire

Forget Brexit. A lost Empire is now regained. The Revolutionary War avenged. It might be hard to fathom today in […]

The Best of the Best: The TSS Mid-Year Awards

Last year was a challenging twelve months to be a fight fan. In 2016, Muhammad Ali heard the final ten […]

McGregor vs. Mayweather Evokes Memories of Other Fiascos

For better or worse, Floyd Mayweather versus Conor McGregor is official for August 26 in Vegas. The strange pairing, a […]

Ringside in Worcester: Irvin Gonzalez Wins a Thriller

WORCESTER, MA. — Promoter Jose Antonio Rivera has had himself a very busy rookie year in 2017. Last January, the […]

Rhode Island Ringside: Vendetti and DeLuca Victorious

TWIN RIVER CASINO, LINCOLN, R.I. ― Boxing fans are well accustomed to the dynamic of promotional paralysis. In simple terms […]

Looking Back With Fresh Eyes, the Right Guy Won the Hagler-Leonard Fight

MY HAGLER-LEONARD NOTEBOOK REVISITED — Thirty years later, some people still can’t understand why Marvelous Marvin Hagler walked away from […]

New England’s Future 2 Ringside Report: Remillard and Carita Victorious

WORCESTER — When boxing last laid eyes on Matt Remillard in a professional prize ring, the year was 2011. The then undefeated […]

Danny Jacobs Inspired for GGG by Nutritionist Chris Algieri’s Rocky Story

DANNY JACOBS INSPIRED BY ALGIERI — If your name is “Miracle Man” Danny Jacobs and you’re fighting undefeated middleweight champ […]

Ringside at the Worcester Palladium: A Mostly Entertaining Sockfest

RINGSIDE REPORT FROM WORCESTER — For the (not so) United States of America, the future starts Friday with the inauguration […]