Tag Archives: The Sweet Science

Fast Results from Manchester: Groves UD 12 Eubank in a Donnybrook

In the most eagerly-anticipated fight in the U.K. thus far this year, George Groves and Chris Eubank Jr engaged in a robust fight before a capacity crowd at the Manchester Arena

Isaac Zarate Rallies to Outpoint Christian Ayala at the Ontario Doubletree

ONTARIO, Calif.-Isaac Zarate switched gears, stood his ground and grinded out a victory against talented Christian Ayala of Tijuana in a super bantamweight

Fast Results from Reno: Ray Beltran Outpoints Paulus Moses

In the first world title fight in Reno in 12-plus years, veterans Ray Beltran (35-7-1, 21 KOs) and Paulus Moses […]

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 […]

I Dug Deeper into Bob Foster’s Long Title Run and Wish That I Hadn’t

Recently on the Boxing Channel I did a “What If” feature between former light heavyweight champions Bob Foster and Michael Spinks. “What If” fights match

Saturday’s “Tripleheader” Lays Out Well for Serious Boxing Fans

There are three important boxing shows on Saturday, Feb. 17. The host cities are Manchester, England, El Paso, Texas, and Las Vegas, Nevada. The good news for serious boxing fans

Plane Crashes, Boxing, and Lessons Learned

Last year was the safest year on record for commercial air travel. Airlines recorded zero accident deaths in commercial jets in 2017. President Donald Trump celebrated

Prograis Benefits Fighting Indongo Instead of Postol

the arrival of NABF super lightweight champ Regis Prograis 20-0 (17) couldn’t have come at a better time. Crawford, the most skilled

Southern California, the Soul of Boxing: Part 2 (How It Came to Be)

Though Southern California produced the first ever featherweight world champion when Solly “Garcia” Smith captured it in the 1890s, the sparsely populated region

No Deontay, You Wouldn’t Have Kicked the Hell Out of Vintage Tyson

Yeah, I’ve seen enough and agree that WBC heavyweight champ Deontay Wilder would’ve kicked the hell out of vintage Mike Tyson circa 1986 when Mike at age 20 won