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.
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.
A beach sunset serves as the backdrop for a fight card filled with several prospects on the Golden Boy Promotions stable on Wednesday.
Fractured relationships and splintered audiences didn’t stop prizefighting from surpassing all expectations in the year 2017.
Champions descended into a small elementary school near the South Bay area of Los Angeles where dozens of students ranging […]
Leo Santa Cruz and Abner Mares are former sparring partners who engaged in one of the best fights in recent […]
THREE PUNCH COMBO — In a pivotal crossroads fight in the 135-pound division, Anthony Crolla (32-6-3, 13 KO’s) scored a […]
Ray Flores is a man on the move. During a two-week span in September, the affable 31-year-old boxing broadcaster worked […]
Human punching machine Leo Santa Cruz (33-1-1) edged Carl Frampton (23-1) on January 28, 2017 by majority decision at the […]