What Is Charlo’s Plan: Stay At 154, Go To 160

What Is Charlo’s Plan: Stay At 154, Go To 160

What Jermell Charlo‘s accomplished like him or not, is impressive. To go down the list of every champion ever at junior middleweight and realize he’s the only one to be undisputed in the four-belt era is also a tad shocking. But with this massive pinnacle being reached, what is Charlo’s plan now? Now that “Iron […]

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 Spence Is The Kingpin For Now

Spence Is The Kingpin For Now

AT&T Stadium; Texas Boxing’s welterweight division is now just one-fight away from being an undisputed division. Errol Spence is the kingpin at 147. However; should God duplicate the parting of the Red Sea, and actually allow Spence versus Terence Crawford to happen it might be the closest coin-flip fight ever. Although from early on Spence […]

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 It’s Going Down in April

It’s Going Down in April

April is finally here, and I am excited, but not for the reasons you’d expect. The weather is warming up. Daylight savings time has given us more time outside. We can finally put the big coats in the closet, and break out the shorts. All these things are amazing, but it’s going down in April […]

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 Is Thurman For Real, Or Was This One Last Dance

Is Thurman For Real, Or Was This One Last Dance

Michelob Ultra Arena, Mandalay Bay; Vegas: For more than 900-days, the one-time welterweight champion, Keith Thurman has dealt with injuries and surgeries. Well; he had himself an impressive return against the stepping up Mario Barrios. Minus any noticeable ring-rust in a white-wash unanimous decision 117-111, 118-110 2x. So is Thurman for real or was this […]

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 How Good Is Benn; Conor Stepping Out Of The Shadows

How Good Is Benn; Conor Stepping Out Of The Shadows

M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool: When your father is a fan favorite star things can sometimes go sideways. In those cases like Rocky Balboa told Junior, “you sometimes look for something to blame, like a shadow”. But you can’t argue when there is one there. Everyone loves Nigel Benn, the former two-weight champion. Now his son, […]

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 Welterweights Must Unify Now, For The Good Of Boxing

Welterweights Must Unify Now, For The Good Of Boxing

Michelob Ultra Arena, Las Vegas: A lot of questions were answered when Terence Crawford became the first person to stop Shawn Porter and hold onto his WBO welterweight strap. Then again, some questions still have no answer to them. However, one thing was clear from the minute Kenny Porter asked that the fight be waived […]

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