29 Sep 2021

Manny Pacquiao Retires, What Is Going On With Triller?

The Legend Manny Pacquiao Retires Manny Pacquiao will forever be known as the greatest Filipino boxer ever, and more than likely the golden standard of Asian fighting in the modern era. An eight-division world champion, winning twelve different world titles in the process was nothing short of remarkable. Starting his

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

08 Mar 2017

Paulie Malignaggi retires from the sport of boxing

Making it official. Thank you, boxing. pic.twitter.com/IrQqHsOtFc — Paul Malignaggi (@PaulMalignaggi) March 6, 2017 On Monday morning, two-time world champion, Paulie Malignaggi retired from the sport of boxing after being stopped by Sam Eggington on the previous Saturday. Malignaggi, one of the sports most colorful characters will be missed as

10 Nov 2015

Bradley retires Rios, Lomachenko wins

WBO welterweight champion Timothy Bradley (33-1-1, 13 KOs) forced Brandon Rios (33-3-1, 24 KOs) to say “no mas” on Saturday night at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas after nine hard rounds of taking blows to the belly, which Rios could not with stand. The narrative of the fight

15 Jul 2015

Carl Froch Retires

Carl Froch (33-2 24KOs) has had a long, borderline hall of fame career and as of this week, it is no more. Froch who reached notoriety through the “Super Six” on Showtime, in which the top 6 super middleweight competed in a round robin, slightly bizarre format tournament that would bring the

23 Jun 2015

Antonio DeMarco Retires

Via an official statement on the World Boxing Council’s official website, former lightweight WBC champion, Antonio has called it a career. DeMarco who reached the height of his career by defeating both Jorge Linares and John Molina in stunning fashion saw a dramatic decline after losing to Adrien Broner. Since

11 May 2015

Sergio Martinez retires…just about

Sergio Martinez basically retired to today. Martinez who in an interview with La Nacion, Argentinian news outlet, explained his knee is shot, a statement that is not very remarkable when looking at the condition of his knee last year when losing to Miguel Cotto on pay-per-view. Martinez, who had a