Tag Archives: Kathy Duva

Kovalev Wins in Familiar Fashion But His Future Plans Are Uncertain

Was it only a year and a half or two ago that the fight many fans most wanted to see was a light heavyweight unification matchup of 175-pound knockout artists Sergey Kovalev

Competing NYC Shows Proof There Can Never Be True Harmony in Boxing

But harsh reality has a way of regularly crashing into dreamy idealism, which is why some of boxing’s most contentious battles are not waged in the ring, where they belong

The Cruiserweight Division is Hot, But For How Long?

Caesars Sports Pavilion in Las Vegas. (The WBO, which came into existence in 1988, did not crown its first cruiser champ, Boone Pultz, until Dec. 3, 1989.)

Sergey Kovalev is the TSS Comeback Fighter of the Year

Sergey “The Krusher” Kovalev has been named The Sweet Science Comeback Fighter of the Year for 2017. The former unified […]

Trainer Talk: Don Turner Reflects on His Days With Evander and “Krusher”

“I want to ask you a question,” Don Turner said in his slight rasp, as he finished reminiscing about moving to New York in 1959 and watching

Ward-Kovalev II Has 1980’s Style ‘Cold War’ Feel

The 1980s passed into history, what, 27½ years ago? So much has changed in America and in the world since […]

Lou Duva, Boxing’s Yogi Berra, Dead at 94

BERNARD FERNANDEZ REMEMBERS LOU DUVA —120 He was short. He was rotund. He was irascible. It would be easy to […]

What the Poor Kovalev-Ward PPV Numbers Reveal

KOVALEV-WARD PPV NUMBERS — It was said in this space that it was the best fight that could be realized […]