01 Aug 2022

Meet Chadda Cornelio Phipps, The Boxer With An Impressive Amateur Career

Chadda, a/k/a Cornelio Phipps, might be easy to overlook. He is a professional winner, but not always a show-stealer. Undefeated in American tournaments since 2018, with over a hundred amateur fights, and double-digit national title wins, Phipps has the pedigree for greatness. Now is the time we show a bit

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26 Jul 2022

The Fighting Roach Family, and NoXcuses Boxing Gym

The Start Boxing is often a family affair, but on the other side, it is a place where you have to find accountability. That accountability is often referred to as no excuses, which is the same name as one of the country’s most emerging gyms in D.C., Maryland, and Virginia areas aptly

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08 Jul 2022

Real Deal Boxing In Cincinnati, Ohio, Is Just That!

We are mere days away from the next USA Boxing national tournament, and with that comes managers scurrying to see certain fighters they have allocated for success, parents, and athletes converging on Kansas, where this year’s event will be held, and seemingly a lot of future world champions competing anonymously.

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05 Jul 2022

California Boxing’s Secret Weapon: Rick Mirigian

Before Jose Ramirez, Fresno wasn’t viewed as a fight hub or even a destination to bring main event world-class boxing fights to the centrally located California town. Let alone a place that would hold multiple ESPN main events over the past decade. Outside of Gary Salazar, a contemporary of Ramirez,

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27 Jun 2022

Boxing World Champions As Vietnam War Movies

With all the pound-for-pound lists and my body is pretty tired today, I decided to look at the fighters who hold a ton of belts look to find an equal counterpart to them in terms of Vietnam war movies, something I have been binging this past week or so in

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16 Jun 2022

The 2022 Mid-Year Boxing Awards | Who Is Standing Out?

As we get to the halfway point in the year, here is Lukie’s take on the awards as we head into a stacked summer schedule of boxing. Boxer Of The Year 2021 winner: Canelo Dmitry Bivol – After defeating Canelo Alvarez, the consensus pound-for-pound best fighter in the world, Bivol

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11 Jun 2022

Lukie’s Featherweight Rankings and Why Navarrete Is The Guy Of The Division

The featherweight division is influx with the recent absence of Shakur Stevenson, leaving room for new voids to be filled. This is the Editor-In-Chief of ITRBoxing.com, Lukie, take on the division currently. 01. Emanuel Navarrete Why: This is the guy. Might not be the most technical of fighters per say,

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09 Jun 2022

ITRBoxing’s Pound-For-Pound List, And Why Errol Spence Is #1

We polled the staff writers of ITRBoxing.com, and had them submit their top-10 fighters in the world currently. Each number was given a value, a first place vote gave you ten points, and a tenth place vote gave you a single point. This list is the combination of all the

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01 Jun 2022

The Greatest Hits Of Marvin Hagler’s Career

…Seemingly out of nowhere, news of Marvin Hagler’s death broke. As stoically, as Hagler spoke, using his words like his punches, making each one count, so was news of his passing, in a brief statement made on a fan page, that explained in closing that the family wanted privacy. So

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22 May 2022

The Greatest Hits Of James Toney’s Boxing Career

James Toney is boxing royalty, one of the best fighters I saw as a child growing up, who guided me through my young adulthood, and like all great athletes, will slowly get forgotten for what they did, and gradually became a famous name, that young people don’t want to learn

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