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‘Rock’ Rahman and ‘The Rock,’ Marciano, Shared a Common Personality Quirk

In at least one very significant way, two-time former heavyweight champion Hasim “The Rock” Rahman has something in common with his more renowned

Fight Night Guide – The Ultimate Weekend Preview (April 20 edition)

Originally programmed for April 7, this rare fight between two former FOTY participants holds more interest for “The Jackal” Frampton (24-1-0, 14 KOs) who has more

Spike O’Sullivan Got Stranded at the Altar Once Again

Gary “Spike” O’Sullivan knows what it’s like to be stranded at the altar. Back in January, it was announced that O’Sullivan would fight Daniel Jacobs at Barclays

Two Schools Of Thought on Tyson Fury’s Comeback

but he fought a smart fight giving Klitschko doses of things he’d never been confronted with before and managed to get inside Wladimir’s head before and during the fight.

Diego’s Spit Bucket: A Clumsy Come-Hither for GGG-Martirosyan and More

Canelo’s Beef with GGG Gets Real

Speaking about “funny ways to promote a fight” and “beef getting personal,” let’s talk about Abel Sanchez. What’s with that beef-eating, sanctimonious

Hot Prospects on Display in Back-to-Back SoCal Fight Cards

The San Fernando Valley heats up again this weekend as Bash Entertainment brings back-to-back fight cards.

A pair of super featherweights headline the card on Friday April 20, at the Marriott Burbank Hotel in Burbank, California

The Sweet Science Comes Up Big in the Annual BWAA Writing Awards

Over the years The Sweet Science has performed well in the annual writing competition sponsored by the Boxing Writers Association of America. 2017 was no exception.

The Four Faces on the Mount Rushmore of Boxing: A New TSS Survey

In this survey we posed a hypothetical question: Suppose that there was going to be a Mount Rushmore of Boxing with the faces of four boxers carved on to a granite mountain

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

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