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Monday Morning Cornermen (Nov. 6 edition)

In this new section of The Sweet Science, we step back and take a critical look at the fights that […]

Boxing Isn’t Dead, but Newspaper & TV News Editors Are Trying to Kill It

Boxing is not dead. In fact it’s a powerful force that just can’t be killed. Boxing fanatics that ignored that […]

Floyd Mayweather’s Legacy

If this was Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s final fight, and he said it was, then the five-time world champion exited the squared circle with […]

Mayweather-McGregor: What Everybody Has Overlooked

Floyd Mayweather, who a few years ago most considered the best fighter in boxing, is fighting the best striker in […]

Team Maidana 2.0: Argentine Boxing Poised to Make a Comeback 

The lush history of Argentine boxing has been replete with almost uninterrupted achievements since the early ’70s, but there is […]

Don’t Admonish Adrien Broner; Mikey Garcia Put on a Clinic

Sometimes you see a fighter for the first time and you just know he’s the genuine article. And that’s exactly […]

Adrien Broner and Mikey Garcia are Polar Opposites In and Out of the Ring

Boxing in the year 2017, so far, has been experiencing an upswing with a slew of fights in which it […]

Argentina’s Best Prospect Brian Castaño is Ready to Make His Mark

ARGENTINA’S TOP PROSPECT. Argentine boxing has suffered a long slump since the retirement of Marcos Maidana, the semi-reclusion of Lucas […]

Boxers Tossing “C” Word Around Too Much Nowadays

Boxers Tossing “C” Word Around – And by “C” word, I mean comeback. You hear the word a lot in […]

Mayweather, Maidana and Magic

Every now and then the unthinkable occurs. A moon beam pierces through the night’s sky, down through the billowy clouds, […]