Tag Archives: Jermall Charlo

Andrade Made a Statement Against Fox, But the Wrong One

Rear end and went onto greatness and others, for whatever reason, squandered their ability and never reached their potential. For every Muhammad

Prominent Trainer Ronnie Shields Reflects on a Life in Boxing

Ronnie Shields never thought boxing would be his life. After a stalwart amateur career consisting of over 260 bouts and […]

Jermell Charlo’s Kingdom Has Come

Jermell Charlo pulled up to media day in a white Bentley. If you have never attended such an event for […]

Golovkin’s Career Legacy Rides On Beating Canelo

For years I’ve maintained fighters who are perceived as being a certified life-taker because of their overload of punching power, […]

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 […]

The Hauser Report: Mikey Garcia Was Too Small, Too Slow, Too Good

THE HAUSER REPORT — Adrien Broner vs. Mikey Garcia at Barclays Center on July 29 was an intriguing match-up and […]

Jermall Charlo Lying In Wait for Canelo-Golovkin Winner

In most boxing circles it’s as if things are pretty much settled in the middleweight division, and it’s just a […]

The Underappreciated Amateur Boxing Career of Ronnie Shields

Ronnie Shields is one of the most successful and well-respected boxing cornermen in the world today. But before Shields was […]

Boxing’s Most Bankable Fighter Isn’t Even the Best in His Weight Class

  JERMALL CHARLO, ANDRADE, AND CANELO — The second weekend of December was one of the best weekends of professional […]

Charlo vs Williams: It’s Not the Marquee Fight on Saturday, But Likely the Best

CHARLO vs WILLIAMS — Avid movie-goers know the drill. You have a sudden urge to go to the neighborhood multiplex, […]