Tag Archives: TSS

Michael Dutchover Wins By One-Punch KO in Ontario

ONTARIO, Calif.-Lightweight prospect Michael Dutchover blazed by Sergio Ramirez by knockout and a battle of undefeated bantamweights was marred by an errant knockdown on Friday evening.

Punch Stats: Building a Data Base Can Be Frustrating

Looking to dig up some punch statistics from an old or recent fight? It might be harder than you think. […]

Busy Friday for Thompson Boxing: Zhora on ShoBox; Dutchover at Ontario

Southern California’s small promotional powerhouse steps forward with a fight card in California and sends a potential contender to Iowa on the same day.

Literary Notes: Rocky Marciano and More

John Jarrett has been writing about boxing since 1951 when his first article, a piece about Rocky Marciano, was published in Boxing News. Since then, he has been involved with the sweet science in myriad ways

The Avila Perspective Chapter 6: Munguia, Cruiserweights and Pacman

Adjoining states in the west host a number of boxing cards including a world title contest that features a newcomer […]

This ‘Boots’ is Made for Winning, and That’s Just What He’s Done

If Jaron “Boots” Ennis actually is the best young fighter to come out of Philadelphia since Meldrick Taylor, who was a 17-year-old gold medalist at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics

Rocky Fielding is Boxing’s Newest ‘Rocky’

On a weekend when Manny Pacquiao delivered his best performance in years and 140-pound hotshot Regis Prograis took another leap […]

Usyk vs. Gassiev: A Strong Fight of the Year Candidate; Do Not Miss It

Not since 1986 and the legendary war between a young Evander Holyfield and the iron man Dwight Muhammad Qawi has a cruiserweight contest so stirred the imagination of the hardcore boxing fan.

Three Punch Combo: Pacquiao-Matthysse Redux, a ‘ShoBox’ Preview and More

THREE PUNCH COMBO: This past weekend, Manny Pacquiao (60-7-2, 39 KO’s) returned to the ring after a little more than a year off and made surprisingly easy work of Lucas Matthysse (39-5, 36 KO’s), stopping him in round seven

Angulo vs. Rosado: ‘This Time Things Will Be Different’

Alfredo “El Perro” Angulo (24-7) and “King” Gabe Rosado (24-11) have a lot in common. Both make the Red Cross take notice (as they openly and easily cut) and both are seldom in a boring fight. In fact, back in 2009 a prime “El Perro”