I’d put money on Juan Manuel Marquez and Mike Alvarado putting on a fight worthy of fight of the year status. Based on their resumes, this one can’t be boring. Check out the video to Road To Marquez vs. Alvarado. Continue reading
Showtime’s All Access series is back, this time taking a look at the biggest fight of the year so far; Floyd Mayweather vs. Marcos Maidana. Continue reading
Every great fighter who has fueled themselves on fire has had that fire immolate them. One thinks of Jake Lamotta and James Toney, two street kids overcome by their own appetites, being schooled by the ring masters of their time (Sugar Ray Robinson and Roy Jones). Or a Roberto Duran in the second Sugar Ray Leonard fight: weight, drink, and drug weakened, who saw his younger, craftier opponent humiliate him and wanted a way out. Or Aaron Pryor, the fight games’ most tortured soul, so scared and eager to sabotage his fame that he tried crack days after his brilliant second win over Alexis Arguello. Most spectacularly on the public stage was Mike Tyson circa 1990; a troubled, walking drug dumpster who lost to an opponent who (Buster Douglas) fought back for the first time. Continue reading
It’s finally go time. Will Timothy Bradley gain redemption? Will Manny Pacquiao show that he still has it? Hopefully, we’ll get answers tonight.
Pacquiao Vs. Bradley 2 Live Play By Play
R1: Pac is a bit off-balanced and he’s lunging. Bradley is moving really well. Bradley caught him with a right hand for the best punch. But it’s clear that Pac still has the better power shots. Continue reading
Via Crave Online
On July 9, 2012, Manny Pacquaio walked through Timothy Bradley for the first eight rounds. I scored the fight
either 9 rounds to 3 or possibly 8 to 4 for Pacquaio, thinking his shots meant more and Bradley’s shots didn’t affect him one bit. But when the scores were read, Bradley walked away with a split decision (all scores were 115-113). Continue reading
After a great first episode, which was more like an introduction or a “this is how we got to here” type of episode, the second didn’t keep the momentum going in my opinion.
Here are my thoughts about 24/7 Pacquiao/Bradley 2 episode 2: Continue reading