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 →

Canelo defeats Jacobs

Canelo Alvarez’ over Danny Jacobs last night was the latest in a long line of Cinco De Mayo weekend fights. Though Jacobs was competitive, the fight was never in doubt as Canelo would cruise to a unanimous decision win. As technically good as Canelo was, last night’s fight wouldn’t rankRead More →

Danny Jacobs vs Canelo Alvarez.

Sometimes in life, you win when you barely win. That’s the position Danny Jacobs finds himself in. Part of the reason why he is getting this chance to fight Saul “Canelo” Alvarez is because he struggled in his last fight. A split decision win against Sergiy Derevyanchenko made him anRead More →

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Terence Crawford’s bout against Amir Khan was the most noteworthy but not the most important. The most important fight was on Fox as Danny Garcia faced off against Adrian Granados. On paper, that makes no sense. Crawford was fighting on ESPN PPV against a well known opponent who has qualityRead More →

Terence Crawford

Terence Crawford (34-0) is on everyone’s pound for pound list but what is his signature win? Yuriorkis Gamboa? Jeff Horn? He really doesn’t have one. Most will say that’s because of age old boxing politics that kill historic fights because boxing promoters can’t find common ground. There was talk ofRead More →

Boxing Ring

Per release, top boxers from Washington DC, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania headed to Spain to compete in the Youth and Junior International Championships. Juniors Roster: Ramier Walker, Dwyke Flemmings, Kasir Goldston, and Zahir Abdus Salaam Youth Roster: Shamar Canal, Keith Colon, Rasheim Jefferson, Breeon Carothers, Keon Davis, andRead More →