09 May 2020

The 10 Hardest Punchers in Boxing History | SHAVERS, FOREMAN, TYSON AND MORE

Hardest punchers in boxing history what does that mean? Well, it is quite simply, these are the guys you don’t want to stand in front of and punch with, guys who have god-gifted power that is not teachable in the gym and could right technical wrongs with their fists, or

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Andy Vences
24 Apr 2020

Andy Vences: Learned From Albert Bell Fight, Open To Any Fight

Andy “El Tiburon” Vences, the super featherweight contender from San Jose, California, is eager to return to action to show the fans the growth he has made in the sport since his last bout in October in Reno, Nevada. “I have never been dropped, I have never been stopped, so

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24 Apr 2020

Jamaine Ortiz Looks To Make A Name For Himself This Year

Worcester, Mass’ own Jamaine Ortiz (13-0, 7KOs) might not be a household name at 135 lbs, but he is hopeful that by the end of the year that will change. The 23-year-old Ortiz, who is looking at fighters who have increased their earning potential via social media analytics, numbers, data

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24 Apr 2020

THE BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO BERNARD HOPKINS B-HOP | BOXING BINGE-WATCH

Bernard Hopkins is a legend, a Hall-of-Famer, and one of the greatest boxers to ever live, let alone one of the five best middleweights ever, if not the best, that being said, his career spans for decades, and is not the easiest one to navigate or contextualize.  Hopkins finished his

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21 Apr 2020

Oshae Jones, The Olympian Looking For Gold in Tokyo

Talent emerges from all over the country, but Toledo, Ohio is becoming a hotbed of sorts thanks to Soul City Boxing Gym, as they have produced 2016 Olympian Charles Conwell, and now Oshae Jones is one tournament away from being a fully qualified Olympian as well. The gym started by

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20 Apr 2020

Joel Iriarte, Central California’s Next Boxing Prospect

You might have heard of WBC and WBO super lightweight world champion Jose Ramirez of Avenal, Ca, or blue-chip contender Gabriel Flores Jr, of Stockton, Ca, but meet 16-year-old Joel Itriate of Bakersfield, California, who hopes to add his name next to those fellow fighters. “From 2013-2019 I saw I

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20 Apr 2020

Isamary Aquino, Amateur Stand-Out Turns Pro, Signs With Peter Kahn

Isamary Aquino might not seem like your typical boxer, currently enrolled in Texas State University, and a life-long athlete, her journey into the sport of boxing was unlikely and a chance happening. “My father actually, ” said Aquino when asked how she started. “I was actually five-years-old when I started

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20 Apr 2020

Help Pat Barry’s ‘Barry’s Boxing Gym’ in Las Vegas During Pandemic

To help the gym follow this go this Facebook page listed below https://www.facebook.com/donate/861182917733800/ Barry’s Boxing could use a little help from those who are willing and able to support since COVID-19 is hurting all businesses around the world, but especially those who are non-profits, and not geared around solely a

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19 Apr 2020

L.A. based flyweight Christian Robles Has Big Dreams For His Career

Christian Robles is more than likely a fighter you’re unfamiliar with fighting in a division, flyweight, that is often neglected by major television networks with the exception of superstars like Roman Gonzalez, Michael Carabajal, and Ivan Calderon, who forced major networks to take notice and televise their bouts. Robles is

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10 Apr 2020

The Beginners Guide to Roman ‘Chocolatito” Gonzalez’s career | Boxing Binge-Watch

Roman ‘Chocolatito’ Gonzalez was 88-0 as an amateur, but that is really hard to verify, but nonetheless, Gonzalez was one of the best amateurs ever and more than likely the best Nicaraguan amateur ever. Chocolatito didn’t choose to go to the Olympics but rather turned professional at 18-years-old in 2005.

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