Where is Danny Garcia?

Where is Danny Garcia?Where is Danny Garcia?By: Matthew N. Becher ​Danny Garcia is a 28 year old fighter from the rich boxing city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He has a perfect record, consisting of 32 wins in 32 fights, with 18 wins coming by way of the Knockout. He was the lineal champion in the Jr. Welterweight division and only recently moved up to the 147lb-welterweight division last year, when he beat an aging Paulie Malignaggi. Since beating Malignaggi, Garcia was able to fight Robert Guerrero for the Vacant WBC welterweight…

Keith Thurman Calls Out Manny Pacquiao

Keith Thurman Calls Out Manny PacquiaoKeith Thurman Calls Out Manny PacquiaoBy: Sean Crose “Hey @mannypacquiao: If everyone else don’t want it, we can dance!Let’s give the fans a real prizefight? #OneTime” These words were Tweeted on Friday by the one and only Keith “One Time” Thurman, the 27-0 WBA welterweight champion. Yes, there’s actually a name fighter out there who still appears to be ready, willing and able to fight the iconic 58-6-2 Manny Pacquiao. Lately, it’s seemed that only Tim Bradley was able to fit that description. Thurman, though, seems at least to be an ambitious…

Terence Crawford’s Stepping Stone Pay-Per-View?

Terence Crawford’s Stepping Stone Pay-Per-View?Terence Crawford’s Stepping Stone Pay-Per-View?By: Brandon Bernica ​Whenever I watch Terence Crawford step through the ropes, I get this feeling. It’s a sensation that resides in the pit of my stomach telling me I’m about to witness an extraordinary talent at work. His slick counterpunching and punctual knockouts affirm that belief – Terence Crawford’s ceiling truly knows no bounds.​Of course, the equation in boxing that encompasses the journey from prospect to star features many variables. Not only…

Rigondeaux’s Left Leaves Dickens a Broken Man

Rigondeaux’s Left Leaves Dickens a Broken ManRigondeaux’s Left Leaves Dickens a Broken ManBy: Oz Ozkaya The WBA World Super-Bantamweight clash between champion Guillermo Rigondeaux, and challenger Jamie ‘Jazza’ Dickens, certainly didn’t fail to produce the world class touch that many had paid to see. Sadly, in the short two rounds that were witnessed, it was only Rigondeaux who produced that small glimmer of class. After a steady start, Rigondeaux quickly got his eye in and dealt a fatal left-handed hook shot that broke the jaw of Jamie Dickens. Leading…

Boxing Insider Interview with Alicia Ashley​

Boxing Insider Interview with Alicia Ashley​Boxing Insider Interview with Alicia Ashley​By: John Freund “Age is whatever you think it is. You are as old as you think you are.” ​The above quote, attributed to the late, great, Muhammad Ali, encapsulates the mindset of reigning WBC world super bantamweight champion, Alicia Ashley. For the 48-year-old prize fighter, age is just a number. ​“I feel like I’m just now a teenager in the sport,” grins Ashley. ​Although she can easily pass for 20-something, Ashley is nearer to retirement age than she is to the legal voting …

PBC on Fox Results: Wilder Obliterates Arreola, Lubin and Diaz Win by Decision

PBC on Fox Results: Wilder Obliterates Arreola, Lubin and Diaz Win by DecisionPBC on Fox Results: Wilder Obliterates Arreola, Lubin and Diaz Win by DecisionBy: William Holmes Al Haymon’s Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) series returned to Birmingham, Alabama for another World Heavyweight Title fight featuring the lone American champion in that division, Deontay “The Bronze Bomber” Wilder.The Fox Network televised tonight’s fight card from the Legacy Arena and Lou Dibella was the lead promoter. Photo Credit: Ryan Hafey / Premier Boxing Champions The opening…

Lipinets, Nyambayar Thunder To Victory

Lipinets, Nyambayar Thunder To VictoryLipinets, Nyambayar Thunder To VictoryBy: Sean Crose There were complaints that Friday’s PBC card on ESPN appeared to be pretty much the same as an old Friday Night Fights broadcast. For those who don’t know, Friday Night Fights, ESPNs boxing program of old, featured up and coming boxers and gave them international exposure. The PBC, on the other hand, was supposed to bring major bouts to “free” television. Needless to say, ESPNs PBC card on Friday featured up and comers rather than huge stars. So yes, the broadcast…

Guillermo Rigondeaux To Defend WBA World Super-Bantamweight Title In Wales

Guillermo Rigondeaux To Defend WBA World Super-Bantamweight Title In WalesGuillermo Rigondeaux To Defend WBA World Super-Bantamweight Title In WalesBy: Oz Ozkaya The mysterious nature of Guillermo Rigondeaux (16-0) would intrigue even Sherlock Holmes, but Saturday night will be the 17th professional fight he would have competed in after boasting an unrivalled record of 475 victories in 487 contests as an amateur. Some would argue that he is one of the greatest boxers of all time. Others would say that he has…

Anthony Joshua’s Wish List

Anthony Joshua’s Wish ListAnthony Joshua’s Wish ListBy: Jordan Seward After a dominant performance against Dominic Breazeale (17-1-15KO) in his first defence of the IBF crown, Anthony Joshua (17-0-17KO) is looking for a sterner test in his next outing. The IBF titlist has been mandated to face unbeaten New Zealander Joseph Parker (19-0-16KO), before a November deadline, but has hinted at the possibility of a voluntary defence first. Joshua, 26, attained the IBF world heavyweight title with a 2nd round knockout of ‘Prince’ Charles Martin back in April at the O2 Arena. The knockout specialist has been touted …

Who is the Real Heavyweight Champion?

Who is the Real Heavyweight Champion?Who is the Real Heavyweight Champion?By: Ken Hissner This Saturday WBC heavyweight champion Deontay “Bronze Bomber” Wilder, 36-0 (35), of AL, USA, age 30, defends his title against Chris “Nightmare” Arreola, 36-4-1 (31), of CA, age 35. in Birmingham, AL, Wilder’s hometown. In Arreola’s last fight he failed a drug test. Wilder has defended against No. 12, No. 9, No. 7 and now another No. 9. He was scheduled to fight Alexander “Russian Vityaz” Povetkin, 30-1 (22), of RUS, age 36, who failed a drug test and passed on second…