Tag Archives: Luis Ortiz

The Difference in Self Awareness Between Joshua and Wilder

Boxing has enjoyed a great year in 2017 with two and a half months still to go. IBF/WBA heavyweight champ […]

There Never Was Going To Be a Wilder-Ortiz Fight

Starting in early July this past summer rumors began to emerge that WBC heavyweight title holder Deontay Wilder 38-0 (37) […]

Yesterday They Were Telling the Truth; Now They’re Lying (Maybe)

It was at the New York City press conference to officially announce the Nov. 4 WBC heavyweight title fight between […]

Following up on Luis Ortiz, the WBC, and VADA

when WBC president Mauricio Sulaiman announced that the organization had withdrawn its sanction of the scheduled November 4

Three Punch Combo: Makeable High Stakes Crossroads Fights and More

Anthony Crolla (31-6-3, 13 KO’s) takes on Ricky Burns (41-6-1, 14 KO’s). Such high stakes fights with so much on the line usually bring out the best

Congratulations to the WBC and VADA

The much-anticipated November 4, 2017, WBC heavyweight title fight between Deontay Wilder and Luis Ortiz appears to be off. A […]

Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz Cancelled After Ortiz Tests Positive

Deontay Wilder’s Nov. 4 WBC heavyweight title defense against Luis Ortiz at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on Showtime has been cancelled. […]

Keeping Boxing in Perspective

So far, 2017 has been a spectacular year for boxing with the best fighting the best in great fights and […]

Battle of the Bands: Loma-Rigo vs. Wilder-Ortiz

As part of any really big fight week – and the matchup of top-shelf middleweights Gennady Golovkin and Canelo Alvarez […]

Don’t Listen to the Parroting Promoters: No Chance of Wilder-Ortiz

In a year when a lot of fights that we thought we’d never see are being made and some are […]