Tag Archives: Wladimir Klitschko

Looking Back Almost As Good as Looking Ahead

As we head into 2018, it has been well chronicled just how great 2017 was for the sport of boxing. There were several big fights that captured the public’s attention

Eddie Hearn is the TSS Boxing Promoter of the Year

Distinct British patina Eddie Hearn was in the forefront of the British wave and for his efforts was named the TSS 2016 Promoter of the Year

Parker Is Step One for Joshua Getting All The Titles

perhaps the biggest star in boxing, is about to take another step toward reaching his goal as undisputed champ By all indications, he will fight

Joshua-Klitschko: A Double Commendation to Kick Off the TSS Award Season

Coming into 2017, boxing had a big problem.
That problem was the year 2016.
It had been a terrible 12-month period that produced no truly historic fights

Why Joshua Will Beat Wilder Regardless of Where They Fight

Both fighters are well built and always look fit, one stands 6-6 and the other 6-7 and both have stopped […]

Beating Wach Convincingly Would Be “Big Baby’s” Coming Out Party

Who can take someone nicknamed “Big Baby” all that serious, especially if he’s a fighter? I’ll tell you who, the […]

It’s Not In Anthony Joshua’s DNA to Look Past Carlos Takam

When IBF/WBA heavyweight champ Anthony Joshua 19-0 (19) enters the ring this weekend at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff to make the fifth defense

Wladimir Klitschko: A Career Appreciation

He participated in 29 heavyweight title bouts compiling a record of 25-4. Yes, Wladimir Klitschko 64-5 (53) fought with a […]

Wladimir Klitschko Embraced Al Davis’s Mantra: “Just Win, Baby”

Having maintained a home in Los Angeles for several years, there is at least a chance now-retired two-time heavyweight champion […]

Wladimir Klitschko Retires

Today (Thursday, August 3) Wladimir Klitschko announced his retirement. “As an amateur and a professional boxer, I have achieved everything […]