Tag Archives: Ted Sares

The Freak Show: Bad Juju for Big George Foreman

One of the most bizarre events in the history of heavyweight boxing took place 32 years ago this week. On […]

Jhonny Gonzalez Doing his Thing

KNOCKOUT ARTIST JHONNY GONZALEZ — His name resulted from a misspelling on his birth certificate, relatively few know about his […]

Manny’s World Tour: What’s Next for the Pac-Man After Brisbane?

PACQUIAO’S FAREWELL TOUR — Manny Pacquiao (59-6-2) seems to be embarking on his final tour, but like the entertainer Cher, […]

A Night of Unbridled Violence at Madison Square Garden

A NIGHT OF UNBRIDLED VIOLENCE — Sometimes—not very often—but sometimes the  intensity, ferocity and even  cruelty that fighters like Mike […]

Boxing and Drama: Part Three (Haye-Bellew)

I recently wrote that I have always had a special affinity for fighters from the United Kingdom. Maybe it has […]

Does Paulie Malignaggi Still Have the Spark?

MALIGNAGGI VS EGGINGTON — Paulie Malignaggi has more cross-currents and back (and side) stories than most boxers—one of them being […]

Joe Smith Jr Rockets Into the Fast Lane and Has Lucrative Options

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT JOE SMITH JR. — Back in April 2008, Joe Smith Jr. defeated Seanie Monaghan in the final round […]

The Complexity of Nigel Benn: A Symphony in Two Parts

NIGEL BENN: THE DARK DESTROYER — I have always had a special affinity for fighters from the United Kingdom. Maybe […]

The Danny Green – Anthony Mundine Rematch: Genuine or Gimmick?

THE GREEN-MUNDINE REMATCH. After a draw with Azumah Nelson in 1991 in Las Vegas, Nevada, the great Jeff Fenech came […]

Charisma and Swagger: Boxers With Magnetic Personalities

BOXERS WITH THE “IT’ FACTOR — Irish Jerry Quarry, a well-spoken and good looking kid from Southern California but an […]