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Why Lomachenko, not Spence, is the Fight the Fans Want for Mikey Garcia

Later this month WBC lightweight champ Mikey Garcia 38-0 (30) will fight a unification bout with IBF titlist Robert Easter 21-0 (14). Some observers seem to be over-thinking the fight, nothing new there, suggesting Easter could be Garcia’s stumbling block – but don’t buy into it.

Mikey Garcia Looks Ahead to Robert Easter amidst Chatter of Mikey vs. Spence

Story by Special Correspondent Tarrah Zael — Four-division world champion, Mikey Garcia held a media day workout yesterday, July 10, at Fortune Gym in West Hollywood for his upcoming lightweight battle against undefeated

The Avila Perspective, Chapter 4: Streaming, JC Ramirez, and Canelo

The eyes of streaming are upon us all the livelong day.

Recent announcements by Golden Boy Promotions and Main Events about streaming fights on Facebook follows a number of other groups that have pledged

Old School Fighters of the Modern Era: 33 Noted Boxing Buffs Weigh In

When applied to boxing, the term “Old School” has many meanings. That said, in this, our latest survey, we asked […]

Why I Was Slow to Join the Chorus Trumpeting Lomachenko’s Greatness

Yes, I certainly grasped how uniquely gifted Vasyl Lomachenko was while watching him in his pro debut versus Jose Ramirez. And in a close but losing effort

Lomachenko and Garcia: Lightning and Thunder

Irish legend and former featherweight king Barry McGuigan takes it as far as you can go: “Lomachenko is one of the greatest fighters we have seen or ever will see

Vasyl Lomachenko and the Lure of History

Boxing fans want to believe that they’re watching greatness. And today’s omnipresent hype machine feeds that desire. “History isn’t what it used to be,” Patrick Kehoe writes

Lomachenko’s Speed and Unconventional Style Will Overwhelm Linares

And in 11 professional bouts Vasyl Lomachenko has basically toyed with all but maybe two of his mostly world class opponents as if he were the alley cat

Adrien Broner is Again at the Crossroads and Saying All the Right Things

His nickname is “The Problem” and I can’t think of another fighter whose nickname is a better fit. After winning world titles at 130, 135, 140 and 147 by the age of 28

The Young Guns are Heating-Up the Arresting 140-Pound Weight Class

full-fledged welterweight was going to hurt the division, it might have been a premature notion. Crawford held all four of the major belts and his departure