12 Sep 2020

ICYMI: Alex Dilmaghani vs Smir Ziani, A Fight-of-the-Year Worthy Bout

Lightweight Alex Dilmaghani and Samir Ziani may never rule the lightweight division for years to come, and realistically, they may end up in a brutal fight down the road, as a stay-busy for a future legend of the sport, but that doesn’t diminish the fact that when they faced each

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10 Sep 2020

Where Did DAZN Go Wrong? Thoughts on Canelo, The Upstart Network, and Everything

Where Did DAZN Go Wrong? Was it the overspending? Was it the lack of pausing annual subscription accounts when no live content was present? Was it investing in the same roster that say HBO did that found them leaving the sport? Who knows? The one thing we do know DAZN

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06 Aug 2020

Umar Cheema Tired of Adam Saleh’s Antics, Wants Boxing Match

Umar Cheema is letting it be known he wants to face Adam Saleh, a popular YouTuber, who has over four million followers and thousands of followers on various social media websites. “I want to teach this guy a lesson,” said Cheema in an interview included below. “I have seen people

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29 Jul 2020

Stephen Fulton Out, Angelo Leo versus Tramaine Williams New Bout For WBO Title

Jonathan Leir of The Ring Walk Podcast first reported Stephen Fulton and two of his coaches tested positive for COVID-19, making Fulton unable to compete. At the present time, as the world is in a pandemic, commission have a zero tolerance for a failure meaning, you fail a test, you’re

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28 Jul 2020

What Top Rank’s Summer Series Taught Us About Boxing Fans Moving Forward

Boxing during the COVID-19 pandemic occurred this summer, and despite the logistic nightmare, unforeseen testing costs, the liability of keeping people healthy in a bubble at the MGM Grand, boxing fans have looked at the cards rather harsh for two reasons 1) ratings and 2) strength of the card. The

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24 Jul 2020

Remembering A Legend, R.I.P. Nazim Richardson

This year sucks. Yeah, I said it 2020 sucks. Another gut-punch hit us today as Brother Nazim Richardson, one of the pillars of the Philadelphia boxing community as the man who first took his son’s, Rock and Tiger Allen, to the Happy Hollow Recreation Gym in Germantown, Richardson was a

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23 Jun 2020

Why This ESPN Boxing Card Is Stack And Worth Watching! Maloney vs. Franco

Top-Tier Main Event (ESPN & ESPN Deportes, 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT) Andrew Moloney 114.6 lbs 🇦🇺vs. Joshua Franco 115 lbs 🇺🇸(WBA Super Flyweight World Title — 12 Rounds) Andrew Moloney (21-0, 14KOs) is amassing a very good resume, silently, well until now, and his first U.S. opponent is against a very tough challenge in the Robert Garcia-trained

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11 Jun 2020

Former World Champ Oleksandr Gvozdyk Retires

Former WBC light heavyweight world champion Oleksandr Gvozdyk called it a career yesterday. The world champion tallied 18 career fights winning an interim WBC light heavyweight title against Mehdi Amar, before stopping lineal light heavyweight champion Adonis Stevenson in the eleventh round, the damages Stevenson would take in this bout

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07 Jun 2020

Mikaela Mayer Out Of Tuesday Night Fight, Positive Result In COVID-19 Test

In a statement made in the past hour on 2016 U.S. Olympian Mikaela Mayer’s Instagram page, the standout fighter has let it be known she had a positive result in her COVID-19 test, prior to her Tuesday, June 9th, ESPN co-main event fight against Helen Joseph. “I am heartbroken to

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02 Jun 2020

Boxing Returns on ESPN NEXT TUESDAY, Fight Card for Top Rank fights here

We have waited for a sense of normalcy, but sadly, the world has had other plans. That being said boxing returns one week from today, on June 9th, which is a Tuesday on ESPN, as well as Thursday with two fights card put on by Top Rank Inc.  The first

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