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

12 Nov 2019

The Fighter Empowerment Era in Boxing – how Ryan Garcia & Devin Haney changed the game.

Boxing has always been the red-light district of sports, and with that has been seen as a sport that often leaves those involved in it, who choose it a for a profession, worse for wear than before entering. Yet, as we head into 2020, we are starting a uniquely bold,

20 Nov 2016

Twitter reacts to Sergey Kovalev vs. Andre Ward

I'm sorry. Love Ward as a fighter and person. Glad he won…..but he did not deserve this. Fair-is-Fair. Kovalev got robbed!#BadDecision. — Stephen A Smith (@stephenasmith) November 20, 2016 That Ward/Kovalev decision though ?????? — Ellie Goulding (@elliegoulding) November 21, 2016 I'm confused, if you get dropped you need to

17 Aug 2016

Fury-Klitschko in jeopardy, Klitschko taking legal action

pic.twitter.com/WMFTX7zbkx — Klitschko (@Klitschko) August 17, 2016 Well, the October 29th match between Tyson Fury and Wladimir Klitschko might not happen as Klitschko took to social media to explain that his headed to court to make the bout happen as Fury is changing demands that are already signed to. The

03 Jun 2016

Twitter reacts to the passing of Muhammad Ali

Tonight we lost “The Greatest Ever”,  Muhammad Ali at the age of 74. I am writing this somberly wearing an Ali hoody from Roots of Fight. Instead of an editorial I looked through Twitter to see the instant reaction of people across the world as they react to the sad