Adrien Broner

Manny Pacquiao and Adrien Broner square off Saturday night in what could be a career saving fight for Broner. The odds are certainly stacked against him. According to CBS Sports, Broner is a +230 underdog. That number will very depending on the casino but Broner is the underdog by aRead More →

Adrien Broner

For years, Adrien Broner was looked at as a knockoff of Floyd Mayweather Jr. Like a lot of knockoffs, it’s never as good as the original. While Mayweather’s trash talking would get under his opponent’s skin, Broner was more like a pest. Mayweather’s defense was impregnable, Broner’s was average, atRead More →

Weigh in for the Tori Nelson-Sanna Turunen

After today’s weigh-in, we are officially set for Saturday’s card at the The Entertainment and Sports Arena. Tori Nelson 155.8 – Sanna Turunen 158.2 (UBF World Middleweight Championship) Kareem Martin 148 – Andrew Rodgers 149 Alexander Johnson 177.8 – Mengistu Zarzar 182.2 Sam Crossed 189.6 – Twon Smith 187.6 Antonio MagruderRead More →

GH3 Promotions logo

Per Release GH3 Promotions has signed Dominic Wade. The former Junior Olympian is 18-1 with 12 knockouts. Wade last fought in 2016 when he lost to Gennady Golovkin. Wade was knocked out in the second round. GH3’s Vito Mielnicki plans on keeping Wade busy in the upcoming future. “I feelRead More →


Terence Crawford has the two main component to being a fan favorite fighter. He’s pound for pound one of the best fighters and he’s exciting to watch. Those components were on full display in Saturday’s night win over Jose Benavidez Jr. His 12th round knockout of the loudmouth Benavidez Jr.Read More →

Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury

Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury is set for December 1st at Staples Center in Los Angeles. For Wilder, Fury might not be Anthony Joshua but it’s a close second. Having Fury agree to having the fight in the United States was a victory itself. Something Wilder probably wouldn’t get inRead More →

GGG vs Canelo 2

We are a day away from the much anticipated rematch between Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin and there’s your normal rhetoric and tough talk. But, if you’re looking for the second coming of Alexis Arguello-Aaron Pryor, you’ll be disappointed… again. The first fight is what fans should’ve expected. Alvarez wantedRead More →

Tyson Fury-Deontay Wilder

This might be the most difficult era to make a world class boxing match. So many things have to be taking into consideration beyond the split. You have competing cable providers, management companies and motives when it comes to locations. But where’s a will, there’s a way and we’re seeingRead More →