“Floyd Mayweather, JR waxed Pacquiao’s Tukus!”–Packy “Boom Boom” Goldstein, President & Treasurer of the Fan Club for Floyd Mayweather, JR consisting of Senior Citizens from Delray Beach, Florida (986 members and growing) During training, Manny Pacquiao suffered a right shoulder injury. Manny went to see world-class doctors, partners in the prestigious Kerlan Jobe Orthopedic Clinic, who performed […]
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By Jeremiah J. Preisser Between 1986 and 1990, the 126-pound division was, at various points, populated with notable talents. Ghana’s own Azumah Nelson a versatile boxer-puncher who would eventually move up four pounds and become one of the best super-featherweight ever made his home here in the early part of his career, battling the likes […]
RSR Press Release Feature Boxing Writer Jeremiah J. Preisser has joined Ringside Report “The Heart of Boxing”. On behalf of the entire team, we welcome him aboard.
By Travis Fleming Former heavyweight, and unified cruiserweight, champion David Haye, 26-2 24 KO’s, has recently gone on record saying he wants to end his career by winning another heavyweight title, but this time he wants to do it in America and he’s targeting undefeated WBC Heavyweight Champion Deontay Wilder, 33-0 32 KO’s. The 34 […]
By Anne “Boxologist” Whitlock Rocky Marciano retired as the undefeated Heavyweight Champion with a record of 49-0, 43 KO’s in 1956.
By Travis Fleming Last night, at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Floyd Mayweather, JR., 48-0 26 KO’s, proved his greatness in dominating Manny Pacquiao, 57-6-2 38 KO’s, in a fight that was supposed to be the toughest of his career. The fight did not live up to its billing as “The Fight of the […]
By Roy Bennett (In Las Vegas) The worldwide media have descended on Las Vegas in the hope that a fight will break out on tonight. But this isn’t just any fight. Anyone worth their salt will have an opinion about the upcoming clash between Floyd Mayweather, JR. and Manny Pacquiao tonight at the MGM Grand […]
Article and Photo by Roy Bennett (In Las Vegas) As you walk down the Las Vegas strip one thing becomes immediately apparent. The big fight crowd are in town. Fans proudly display their national colors or images of their fighter on T-shirts and cardboard cut out likenesses. The Filipino contingent are ubiquitous. Smiling, laughing and […]
By Travis Fleming Well, it finally appears to be happening. Barring an extremely unfortunate catastrophe, the most anticipated fight of the century is upon us. The stars have aligned, the premium cable companies have aligned, the bitter rival promoters have aligned, and the fighters themselves have aligned to give us the dream fight that we […]
Floyd Mayweather, JR – Manny Pacquiao Sweepstakes: Who Will be the Lucky Fighter to Face the Winner?
By Roy Bennett Floyd Mayweather, JR. and Manny Pacquiao are working through the last increasingly tense days of preparation for their long awaited showdown on May 2, 2015. There, is a quickening of the pulse, and a palpable feeling of major anticipation building in the air as the world holds its collective breath for the […]
International Boxing Hall of Fame Flies Flags at Half – Staff for Former Middleweight Champion Gene Fullmer
The International Boxing Hall of Fame announced its flags will fly at half-staff in memory of two-time middleweight champion Gene Fullmer, who passed away yesterday in Taylorsville, UT. He was 83.
By Ian Murphy (Who else would it be by?) *NOTE: This series will be according to boxing’s long standing eight traditional weight divisions that were present from approximately 1915 to 1975, so some of the below listed combatants would have fought in multiple divisions that were not present prior, and especially those from the post […]
By Roy Bennett Some boxing trainers and their fighters have a strong attachment to, and a firmly held belief in, the training and conditioning methods pugilists have used since time immemorial. The thinking goes, “If it ain’t broke don’t try to fix it.” Boxing has evolved in a certain way out of raw necessity. You […]
By Roy Bennett A car mechanic squeezes his upper body into the footwell space under the dashboard. It’s an awkward position. He’s lying on his side but twisted face up. It doesn’t look comfortable. It isn’t. But he’s used to it. And there’s a job to be done. The sinewy forearms and thickened fingers are […]
By Travis Fleming Last night, live from Madison Square Garden, WBA, WBO, IBF and RING Heavyweight Champion Wladimir Klitschko, 64-3 53 KO’s, got more than he bargained for in an unexpectedly competitive title defense against undefeated American challenger Bryant Jennings, 19-1 10 KO’s. Klitschko was making his return to the USA for the first time […]
By Jim Amato Arturo Gatti was probably the warrior of this era. Some of his battles, win or lose are becoming legendary. Rewind now back to early 1970’s to the mid 80’s. There was a boxer, a champion who was Gatti before there was a Gatti. When you recall Bobby “Schoolboy” Chacon you have to […]
By Travis Fleming This Saturday night, live on HBO, heavyweight kingpin Wladimir Klitschko, 63-3 53 KO’s, makes his return to the United States for the first time in seven years when he squares off with undefeated American challenger Bryant Jennings, 19-0 10 KO’s, at the legendary boxing mecca of Madison Square Garden in New York. […]
Bo Gibbs Jr. wins by unanimous decision. ABA Super-Middleweight Championship bout.
Bryan Carroll defeated Mitchell Hale by TKO in 3rd round for XFL Lightweight Championship.
Randy “Boom Boom” Blake prevails by TKO in the first round over Chester Burton.
Anita Rodriguez prevailed by TKO due to referee stoppage on injury.