Demetrius Andrade

Last weekend, Demetrius Andrade retained his 160-pound title with an easy win over Maciej Sulecki. Critics would say it was typical Andrade. Start of fast. Score an early knockdown and then take the foot off the gas. But what is lost in all this is Andrade’s boxing skill makes himRead More →

Deontay Wilder standing with Tyson Fury

When Anthony Joshua lost to Andy Ruiz Jr., social media was pick to proclaim that Deontay Wilder lost out on his big chance. They can still fight, it just won’t be the battle of undefeated fighters. Mike Tyson losing to Buster Douglas didn’t take away from his anticipated match upRead More →

Larry Holmes vs Gerry Cooney

It’s hard for me to believe it’s been 27 years since Larry Holmes and Gerry Cooney squared off in Las Vegas. June 11th, 1982 the two heavyweights squared off at Caeser’s Palace. I was 12 years old at the time. Old enough to remember this wasn’t an ordinary heavyweight championshipRead More →

Deontay Wilder

Deontay Wilder is the latest American to be heavyweight champion. Though most of the public is pining for Wilder to fight Anthony Joshua or a rematch with Tyson Fury, boxing’s politics just isn’t allowing it yet. In the case of Joshua, Matchbook’s contract with DAZN is the impediment. If WilderRead More →

Boxing Heavy Bag

As Alantez Fox and Nick Brinson prepare for Saturday night’s 8 round bout, the rest of the card is taking shape. In the co-feature, Tiara Brown (7-0) will face Angel Gladney (10-14-1). Brown-Gladney is scheduled for 10 rounds. The rest of the card shapes up as follows: In an eight-roundRead More →

Boxing Ring

Dominic Wade has dropped off the May 18th card at the Entertainment and Sports Arena. Nick Brinson’s (19-4-2) new opponent will be Alantez Fox (24-1-1). In Fox’ last fight, he defeated Elvin Ayala by unanimous decision (80-72 on all scorecards). The biggest fight of Fox’ career came the fight beforeRead More →