Boxing Pound for Pound Rankings: Canelo, GGG elevated from disputed superfight

It’s not often that the performances from a pay-per-view superfight help raise the critical stock of both fighters. But despite the negative hangover from the fight’s scoring, that’s exactly what happened between Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin. The short-term talk about their middleweight championship bout in Las Vegas will undoubtedly center around judge Adelaide Byrd’s

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PBC on FS1 Results: Mario “Golden Boy” Barrios Halts Naim Nelson on Injured Shoulder

PBC on FS1 Results: Mario “Golden Boy” Barrios Halts Naim Nelson on Injured Shoulder By: Ken Hissner King’s Promotions returned to the Sands Casino Event Center in Bethlehem, PA, Tuesday night over FS-1 with an 8 bout card. Photo Credit: Kenyon Sessoms/Premier Boxing Champions In the Main Event super lightweight Mario “Golden Boy”

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Donaire gets deja vu from Adelaide Byrd’s 118-110 card: It stabs boxing in the heart

Former four-division champion and 2012 fighter of the year Nonito Donaire admitted he couldn’t help but feel a bit of deja vu on Saturday while watching the middleweight championship bout between Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin.  Once the now-infamous scorecard of 118-110 from judge Adelaide Byrd in favor of Alvarez was read, helping produce a

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In This Corner Podcast: Reacting to the Canelo-GGG controversy and odd scorecard

USATSI In this episode: Brian Campbell and Rafe Bartholomew react to Saturday’s middleweight championship bout between Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin, including Adelaide Byrd’s controversial 118-110 scorecard. The guys also welcome 2012 fighter of the year and former four-division champion Nonito Donaire to preview Saturday’s comeback and chat with Richard Schaefer of RingStar Sports about the

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