Interviews

Posted on 06/07/2022 By: Sean Crose The first fight was a classic. The rematch was essentially a blowout. Still, Naoya Inoue made it clear today in Japan that he and he alone is the big name in the bantamweight division. In a rematch of his memorable 2019 bout with Nonito Donaire, Japan’s Inoue thrilled his
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Posted on 07/12/2021 Errol Spence Jr. arrives for Sunday’s press conference poised and focused on the day’s press activities. It is the first time the Unified champion and 8-division world champion Manny Pacquiao will appear together to promote their August super fight. Throughout his boxing journey, he’s succeeding where others have found difficult. Flanked by
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Posted on 02/11/2020 By: Jeandra Lebeauf On February 14, Alexis Rocha looks the reach the next level in his career when he faces off against Brad “King” Solomon on the Garcia vs. Fonseca undercard.  On the line are both Rocha’s undefeated record and the WBC Continental Americas welterweight champion belt. The 22-year-old southpaw from Santa
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Posted on 03/26/2020 The entire sports world has been forced to take a backseat over the past few weeks thanks to the Coronavirus pandemic that has swept through virtually every part of the world.  Medical officials predicted that it would be bad, but no one could have anticipated what has actually taken place. Professional boxers
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Posted on 05/10/2020 By: Sean Crose He was throwing punches, quick punches, in all varieties. Even when he was going backwards, he was landing the harder, more accurate shots. John Bustos tried to work the body, but his own punches were ineffective. By the end of the second round, it was clear that Emilio Sanchez,
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Posted on 05/20/2020 By: Sean Crose “We’re hanging in there,” says 14-0 super lightweight Luis Feliciano, “I’m just trying to be as productive as I can.” Feliciano, who holds the NABF super lightweight tile, is simply trying to ride out the COVID-19 pandemic that’s put virtually the entire world on hold. Needless to say, the
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Posted on 07/10/2020 By: Sean Crose Last Valentines Day, at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California, Ryan Garcia impressed his five million Instagram followers by decimating Francisco Fonseca in the opening round. Yet there was another fighter plying his trade on the DAZN that evening that brought a bit of attention of his own. No,
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Posted on 03/25/2021 By: Sean Crose Amanda Serrano (39-1-1) and Daniela Bermudez (29-3-3) squared off on Thursday in a battle between two of the best in the business. At stake were three women’s featherweight titles. First, though the Ring City USA card, which was aired live from Puerto Rico on the NBC Sports network, featured
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