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Monday Morning Cornermen (April 16 edition)

Boxing is Back in the Wrong Section of the News

Even considering the amount of information traveling around the world at light speed, it is unusual to see boxing featured in the mainstream media or anywhere

Why Sor Rungvisai Could be the new Manny Pacquiao and not Donnie Nietes

Gennady Golovkin was being hailed as the new Pacquiao –or at least the Eastern Euro version. However, the shine seems to have worn off GGG given his last two efforts

Southern California: The Soul of Boxing Part 3

It was the biggest Los Angeles fight in decades when Oscar “The Golden Boy” De La Hoya agreed to meet […]

Filipino Champ Ancajas and “Zurdo” Defend World Titles Saturday on ESPN

When IBF super flyweight titlist Jerwin Ancajas stepped out of the terminal at LAX he was surprised by what he saw. “The streets and buildings

Was it a Coincidence That Matthysse Mentioned Pac-Man after TKOing Kiram?

This past weekend Lucas Matthysse 39-4 (36) fought for the second time in six months, stopping Tewa Kiram 38-1 (28) in the eighth round

Garcia vs. Lipinets is Off, Pushing Back the Entire Show

According to multiple reports, IBF 140-pound champion Sergey Lipinets suffered a hand injury in training and his Feb. 10 bout with Mikey Garcia

Summing Up 2017 in Boxing

The year 2017 has been one of the best years in boxing in quite a while. The seventies, eighties and […]

The Jeff Horn Story: It’s Playing Out the Way It Was Supposed To

like no other in recent memory, and 2018 looks to continue on the same path. As always, boxing is driven by its fights and fighters as it should be

Cinderella Man Jeff Horn TKOs Gary Corcoran to Set Up a Mega-fight in Vegas

Jeff Horn successfully defended his WBO world welterweight title in his first defense, turning away Gary Corcoran with an 11th round TKO

One Last Bow from Puerto Rico’s Miguel Cotto

It was two months before the World Trade Towers would no longer exist following a horrendous terrorist attack in New York City