Tag Archives: boxing

Boxing Manny Pacquiao Uppercut And It Starts Again

Saturday night, Manny Pacquiao puts his career at stake on the ring at the MGM Hotel in Las Vegas, Pacman will have the opportunity to put things “fists” face Timothy Bradley, almost two years after his controversial defeat on points against the American. But more than however, is the future of the Filipino is about. Manny Pacquiao should indeed win ... Read More »

Boxing A Game Of Checkers

The stage of Ladies boxing organized tour Saturday at St. Maur was a resounding success. The public attended and attended a gala held high. Saturday night at the sports hall of Saint-Maur, many prejudices have fallen. No, boxing is not reserved for men sport. No, catfights are not without interest, some even more than a lot of male assaults. Yes, ... Read More »

Boxing Jean Marc Mormeck Last Round For Everyone

The French fighter is preparing to play his tenth world championship. Then boxing in France will not be an orphan. She is dead. Almost. The sporting history of a country is often a question of astronomy. A matter of comets that follow and come illuminate the dark sky discipline and boosting sales of telescopes. U.S. basketball had Jerry West (1960-1970), ... Read More »

Maduma took The Opportunity

Ghislain Maduma wanted to use the new year to make a name. It is possible to say that it takes drastic measures to achieve its purposes. Montrealer of Congolese origin completely dominated the Mexican John Carlo Aparicio before it passes the knockout at 2:42 of the third round Wednesday night at New City Gas in the final of the first ... Read More »

The Method Golovkin

Do not try to fight the TV that will play the middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin WBA this Saturday at Monte Carlo. HBO has decided to skip his turn for logistical reasons, but basically, the U.S. network was not necessarily pleased with the choice of Osumanu Adama opponent. For a 10th title defense, I must say that this is not a ... Read More »

“I’M Not Afraid Of Anyone”

Shortly after Ismayl Sillakh inflicted a severe knock-out in the second round on November 30 last, the WBO light heavyweight Sergey Kovalev challenged WBC champion of the class, Adonis Stevenson. During the Gala, after a win over Tony Bellew, Superman had said he had no problem with the idea of ​​facing Kovalev, but he had other plans in mind for ... Read More »

Retrospective 2013 AMM

I offer you today my six points retrospective excellent year for mixed martial arts. An exceptional year for the UFC organization but which ended with the long-term loss of Georges St-Pierre and Anderson Silva. The year was excellent also for Bellator, but ended for them too on a sour note with the injury to Tito Ortiz. However the performance of ... Read More »

The Boxer Of The Year

Choose the boxer of the year can be extremely easy or difficult resolutely. There are two years, the selection of Andre Ward was unanimous, especially since he had defeated Carl Froch to win the Super Six and become unified champion welterweight means. In 2012, the Writers’ Association of Boxing America (BWAA) chose Juan Manuel Marquez, while The Ring, ESPN.com and ... Read More »

10 Highlights From The Autobiography Of Mike Tyson

Mike Tyson bares his autobiography, which appears on Monday. He traces a life between light gray and dark gray. Here are ten notable extracts. Boxer fascinating, almost scary, Mike Tyson led a life between dramas and fortunes, the latter not reaching ever completely hide the first. Like that of Andre Agassi, intimate confession Tyson devours. This is a real “page ... Read More »

Peace After Fists

This is a great child smiling angel, a young man with hard body and dry cordial in behavior, talkative and jovial in tone. But a big kid with a jaw of steel. Michel Etoundi is a Cameroonian boxer 20 years ago, a seed of arrival in the periphery violent and difficult champion Rio de Janeiro at the option of wandering, ... Read More »