27 Nov 2020

Petaluma Boxer Preps Mike Tyson For Roy Jones Comeback fight

“Magic” Mike Russell, a cruiserweight boxer out of Petaluma, California, was a decorated amateur boxer, who won a regional title in just two fights, is getting to spar one of the greatest boxers of all-time, Mike Tyson, as Tyson preps for Saturday, November 28th, clash with Roy Jones Jr. “This

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19 Nov 2020

Four Things To Learn From Errol Spence Jr.’s Media Workout

Today marked the media day for Errol Spence Jr., essentially two weeks out from fight day, for Spence Jr. versus Danny Garcia, on FOX PPV, Saturday, December 5th, as in a desolate gym with his trainer Derrick James, his father, Errol Spence Sr., and a few vital crew members, and

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19 Nov 2020

O’Shaquie Foster Looks to Fulfill Opportunity Of A Lifetime, Tonight on NBCSN

O’Shaquie Foster (17-2, 10 KOs), has a rather unassuming record with two losses that glare out any knowledgeable fight fan, as the Texas native who is trained by Bobby Benton, the same coach of famed 140 lbs fighter, Regis Prograis, as Foster preps for a ten-round main event fight against

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17 Nov 2020

LukieBoxing Column: Crawford, Modern Great, Franco-Moloney Oops!, Ring City Debut

Crawford, the generational great I wrote long-form about Terence Crawford, and his comparable traits to Marvin Hagler, and despite, a solid resume – three-division world champion, unifying the lightweight division, winning every belt at 140 lbs, and winning a welterweight title in his first fight in that division, Crawford still

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17 Nov 2020

Terence Crawford Is The New Marvin Hagler

Terence Crawford is a generational great, we all know that, but let’s deeper add context to these words.  Crawford is a unified world champion at lightweight, won every major world title in the 140 lbs division before moving to welterweight and winning a world title in his first bout at

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13 Nov 2020

EROS CORREA TO REPRESENT FEET FIRST FOUNDATION NON-PROFIT BOXING PROGRAM

Unbeaten super-bantamweight prospect Eros Correa (9-0, 7 KOs,) is proud to represent the Feet First Foundation, a non-profit that helps at-risk youth learn strong character and focus through the art of textbook boxing. Correa, the 2012 U.S. Olympic alternate, as well as an undefeated knockout artist at the lower weights, will wear the FFF

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11 Nov 2020

LukieBoxing Column: Canelo, Devin Haney’s Win, Crawford Fight Week

Canelo’s Free-Agency  On a seemingly bland Thursday, Eddy Reynoso, Canelo’s manager, and trainer stated on his Instagram, Golden Boy Promotions, had let the biggest name, and best fighter in the sport of boxing, out of his contract, as well as he is no longer tied to DAZN. The news almost

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09 Nov 2020

Stockton, Ca’s Giovannie Gonzalez To Promote First Fight, November 29th

Stockton, Ca lightweight professional boxer “King” Giovannie Gonzalez (10-5-1, 8 KOs), is now in the midst of becoming a promoter.  “I want to set-up a foundation to build fighters the right way,” said the Stockton, California native, and CEO of KingGio Boxing Promotions. “I know that with my experience and

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04 Nov 2020

LukieBoxing Column: Tank Davis vs. Santa Cruz, Inoue, Usyk, Devin Haney

Gervonta “Tank” Davis stopped Leo Santa Cruz in six rounds, last Saturday on PPV, in a highlight-reel fashion. Davis, an emerging star of the 130-and-135 lbs division looks to be a tentpole champion at these divisions as well as Floyd Mayweather being so involved in his camp, will keep the

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03 Nov 2020

How Deontay Wilder’s IG Post Says More About Social Media Than Him

A major uptick in extreme opinions has cultivated the world’s consciousness over the past ten years coincidently so has the rise of social media platforms such as Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and more. Is this is an inconvenient consequence, or is this a foreshadow of the modern world as we head

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