Tag Archives: VADA

Hey, Frank, Not So Fast With That Canelo Over GGG Prediction

I have a few counter-points to the points he made in that piece, and I believe they are at least as valid as those that led to his conclusion that Canelo is a semi-lock to emerge victorious on Sept. 15 at Las Vegas’ T-Mobile

Notes and Nuggets from Thomas Hauser

But club fights are struggling. That’s due in part to the high cost of promoting in the Big Apple. It’s also because suitable venues keep disappearing, particularly in Manhattan.

Fixing the Sport of Boxing — A New TSS Survey: Part 1 (A-J)

The answers were surprisingly varied and interesting – and in some cases, downright incriminating. One thing to make boxing better

Random Thoughts on PEDs Cheats, Dithering Referees and More

Ranked No. 1 by both the WBA and WBO, totally dominated David Price, the former contender from England, en route to a fifth-round stoppage.

Margaret Goodman and Daniel Franco: Two sides of the Same Coin

May 11 in New York City, when Dr. Margaret Goodman and Daniel Franco, the former a relentless crusader for increased safety in boxing and the latter an example

Congratulations to the WBC and VADA

The much-anticipated November 4, 2017, WBC heavyweight title fight between Deontay Wilder and Luis Ortiz appears to be off. A […]

Better Boxing Through Chemistry? The Fight Over PEDs Never Really Ends

He’s baaack. Well, that assertion is not really correct. Victor Conte, the disgraced founder of the Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative […]

Dr. Margaret Goodman and VADA: Devil or Angel in the PED Era?

There is a hole in this weekend’s schedule. Shannon Briggs and Fres Oquendo were scheduled to fight on Saturday at […]