Tag Archives: Jermall Charlo

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, […]