|Posted by vapor5 on March 18, 2015 at 3:15 PM||comments (8)|
First I laughed , then I thought this will be omitted (actually it never got there) from my must watch list
Mitt Romney /Evander Holyfield in a charity boxing match. link
Further omissions needed:
Opines on Chip Kelly
Whines from Jim Boeheim
Pleas from Pete Rose (you're only way into the HoF is when you're dead)... Read Full Post »
|Posted by LastSonOfKrypton on September 13, 2013 at 11:15 AM||comments (11)|
Manny who? OK, maybe not, but this fight ALMOST makes up for Pacqiao/Mayweather never stepping in the ring together... should be almost as good. It is astonishing that Saul 'Canelo ' Alvarez is only 22 and already at 42-0-1... especially when you hold it to 36 year old Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s sparkling 44-0-0.
(Though, if Money Mayweather can beat Canelo (and he can, though this ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by LastSonOfKrypton on May 6, 2013 at 12:25 AM||comments (11)|
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Another typical Mayweather performance... used his precision jab, lightning hand speed and defensive wizardry to make yet another elite fighter look ordinary. 'The Ghost' Guerrero managed some fits of action and landed a couple decent body shots early, but it was vintage Floyd by the mid rounds as he picked apart Guerrero with surgical accuracy. Robert...
|Posted by LastSonOfKrypton on December 1, 2012 at 4:55 PM||comments (10)|
A few thoughts on a topic not touched on much these days, but one of intense interest to me...
So, some boxing thoughts:
Watched 2 fights recently, Ricky Hatton VS Vyacheslav Senchenko and Andre Berto VS Robert Geurrero.
The former was the penultimate moment of Ricky's attempt to make a comeback in the ring. He hadn't fought sin...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Mac D on June 10, 2012 at 5:25 AM||comments (8)|
Not often does a sport knock itself out of the spotlight and for many off the face of the earth.
That is what happened last night when Timothy Bradley "beat" Manny Pacquaio. It was a split decision with two judges voting in favour of Bradley and a third scoring Pacquaio as the winner.
Pacquaio out punched Bradley 253-159 and power punches 190-108, yet still lost.
Bradley even said after "I've got to look at the tape" to see i...Read Full Post »
|Posted by LastSonOfKrypton on July 3, 2011 at 11:33 AM||comments (9)|
In an eagerly anticipated match with alot of buildup due to trash talk, injury postponements, and general dislike for each other, Wladimir Klitschko won a unanimous decision over David Haye last night June 2) in Hamburg, Gemany. In doing so he added the WBA title to his already impressive heavyweight resume. With the victory over the Englishman Hay...Read Full Post »
|Posted by LastSonOfKrypton on May 7, 2011 at 1:16 PM||comments (10)|
While boxing fans still await the 'big' fight that still hasn't happened between Pac-Man and Pretty Boy Floyd (quit DUCKING, PBF!), this match should provide some thrills of its own.
Mosley, 39, is most likely looking at his last chance to compete in a spectacle like this, and despite a lacklustre performance against Sergio Mora in his last appearance (and a loss to Floyd before that), could still provide some fireworks in this one. This fight is i...Read Full Post »