Tag Archives: TSS

Weekend Boxing Recap: From New Jersey to China and Points In-Between

WEEKEND BOXING RECAP — The month of January tends to be a slow month for boxing. This weekend was consistent […]

Ringside in Montebello: Big Upsets on a Small Show

RINGSIDE REPORT — Who knew that Montebello would be the city of upsets on Saturday night. A large fight card […]

Edwin Pope’s Death Further Contracts Fraternity of Great Boxing Writers

EDWIN POPE DIES AT 88 — There are some stories that I never wanted to write, and this is one […]

Time is Running Out for Trouble Plagued ex-Champ Zab Judah

TOUGH TIMES FOR ZAB JUDAH — Heading into his 2001 match in Las Vegas with Kostya Tszyu, IBF 140-pound champion […]

Ringside at the Worcester Palladium: A Mostly Entertaining Sockfest

RINGSIDE REPORT FROM WORCESTER — For the (not so) United States of America, the future starts Friday with the inauguration […]

Two Big March Cards Prove Boxing is Still a Major League Sport in NYC

BOXING IN THE BIG APPLE — Residents of New York City, even those who have arrived there from somewhere else, […]

SoCal’s Danny Roman Faces Texan Adam Lopez in Atlantic City

ROMAN vs LOPEZ ON SHOWTIME — Danny Roman fought his way through some of Southern California’s best. Now he’s ready […]

Look Out Lomachenko, Mikey Garcia Is About To Enter Your Radar

  MIKEY GARCIA, THE FORGOTTEN MAN — Time heals all wounds and makes us forget, so they say. In less […]

Remembering Luna vs. Luna: A Closet Classic Extraordinaire

THE LUNA VS. LUNA CLASSIC: When it comes to closet classics, I defer to fellow writer and friend Lee Groves. […]

Three Punch Combo: Notes on Matchmaking, Mayweather-McGregor, and Zab Judah

THREE PUNCH COMBO — When done well, the art of matchmaking in boxing can produce very entertaining fights that make […]