Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist Claressa Shields shined in her television debut, knocking out the durable Szilvia Szabados in the fourth round (1:30) to advance to 2-0 as a professional in the main event on ShoBox: The New Generation Friday on SHOWTIME at MGM Grand Detroit. Shields (2-0, 1 KOs) put on a show less than […]
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Floyd “Make It Rain” Mayweather, JR Shocks Boxing World with Comments about Sugar Ray Robinson & Muhammad Ali – Breaking News
Floyd “Make It Rain” Mayweather, JR. once again, goes where many boxing fans feel he should never and it’s not his local Strip Club! Read HERE what Floyd has said now.
Vinny’s Views: Views & Views & Did We Say Views? Everything Going on in Boxing Over the Next Several Months is Covered
By Vinny “Glory Days” Lucci Ok Gang, sometimes there’s absolutely nothing to report or get your pajamas in a twist over. Our beloved sport knows how to placate business as usual and continue to manifest itself like rust or fungus when nothing spectacular is happening. What keeps up coming back for more is watching it […]
Roman Gonzalez Puts His Title on the Line on the Undercard of Gennady “GGG” Golovkin Vs Danny Jacobs
By Jeffrey “Italian Medallion” Cellini Next week, on Saturday March 18th, on the undercard of the Gennady Golovkin-Daniel Jacobs fight, pound-for-pound king Roman Gonzalez, 46-0, 38 KO’s will put his WBC World Super Flyweight championship on the line against Thailand’s Srisaket Sor Rungvisai, 41-4-1, 38 KO’s. Also, former world champion Carlos Cuadras,35-1-1, 27 KO’s will […]
By Donald “Braveheart” Stewart “My life is in a place 19 years later that I never dreamed it could be in. And I have boxing to thank for that. I gave absolutely everything I had to this sport for almost 2 decades, and I will never lose the many, many incredible memories that were created […]
By Vinny “Glory Days” Lucci Some fans inquire how I got the nickname “Glory Days”? It’s not my real tag around my circle of friends but more wishful thinking for how boxing used to be. The good old days of two champions, fifteen rounder’s, fearless legends, no cherry pickers, weekly newspaper coverage, no pay-per-view (or […]
The International Boxing Hall of Fame announced its flags will fly at half-staff in memory of trainer / manager Lou Duva. He passed away today. He was 94. 1998 Hall of Fame Inductee Lou Duva “Lou Duva was fiercely devoted to his fighters and to the sport that he dedicated his life to,” said Hall […]
Floyd “Make It Rain” Mayweather, JR. never one to shy away from any media coverage is in the news once again. Read HERE.
Super Middleweight Gabriel Pham will look for his 2nd consecutive impressive performance when he takes on Chauncey Fields in the co-feature bout of a 9 bout card this Saturday night at the Claridge Hotel in Atlantic City. The Show is promoted by Rising Promotions. Pham of Pleasantville, New Jersey has a record of 7-1 with […]
Keith Thurman – Danny Garcia Post Fight Thoughts, Erickson Lubin, Sean O’ Grady & More… – RSR Video Email Bag Show
By Jeffrey “Italian Medallion” Cellini At the O2 Arena, in London, England yesterday, Sam “The Savage” Eggington, 20-3, 12 KO’s scored the biggest victory of his career when he stopped former two division world champion Paulie Malignaggi, 36-8 7 KO’s in the eighth round of their scheduled 12-round welterweight clash. The 36-year old Malignaggi, who […]
Vinny’s Views: Keith Thurman – Danny Garcia Aftermath and Press Fight Comments & Must Watch Video Addressing Angel Garcia
(Publisher Note: Vinny’s sentiments about Angel Garcia are echoed by me as well. But I will take it to the street some… Angel Garcia is a loudmouth racist troll that nobody would ever of heard of it he wasn’t living vicariously through his son Danny Garcia. I, in fact, like Garcia as a fighter, but […]
By Vinny “Glory Days” Lucci (At Ringside) The atmosphere at Barclays Center Brooklyn New York is at fever pitch with a magnetic storm brewing in the atmosphere within. The main event welterweight title unification has boxing world once again divided in two as stanch supporters of both champions have filled arena to the rafters. Yesterday […]
By Joshua “City” Brewer Network television was treated to an excellent match-up of two welterweight fighters in their primes as Keith “One Time” Thurman took on Danny “Swift” Garcia for welterweight, 147 pound, prominence! Here’s how I called the action. Round 1: Thurman starts out fast looking to set the tone from the beginning in […]
Tony Bellew Brings English Boxing Fans One of the Biggest Upsets in Boxing History Stopping David Haye in 11 Rounds – Breaking Boxing News
By Joshua “City” Brewer David “The Hayemaker” Haye and Tony “Bomber” Bellew faced off in the O2 Arena in London, England, on March 4, 2017. He’re’s how I called the action. Round 1: The first few seconds feature a lot of feinting. 30 seconds in Bellew lands a good left as they are coming off […]
By Donald “Braveheart” Stewart Second Photo credit to REUTERS/Alvin Baez There are books you buy and books you read. Occasionally there are books that sit on a shelf that pour guilt on your conscience because you bought them to read and feel you ought to have done so by now. Indeed, there are books that […]
Packy’s World: Keith Thurman – Danny Garcia WINNER Picked, Earnie Shavers, Donald Trump, Harvey Keitel, My Pal Al, & The Chutzpah Award Goes to Glen Campbell
By Packy “Boom Boom” Goldstein Oy Vay are you going to hear it today… RSR readers I am truly sorry for my long absence and during that time, I received your emails and I think I replied to all of them. At my age of almost 87, my body can no longer achieve what my […]
By Jeffrey “Italian Medallion” Cellini Michael Spinks and Bob Foster are recognized as two of the greatest light heavyweight champions of all-time. Both dominated the light heavyweight division before jumping up to the heavyweight class to make more money. Two legends. But who was the more accomplished champion during their reign, and who would have […]
By Donald “Braveheart” Stewart I am a soccer fan. When a young kid I used to walk for nearly an hour to get to the ground where my local team played, stand on the terraces and dream of one day pulling on that shirt and getting to play for them. As I got older I […]
Welterweight world champions Keith Thurman and Danny Garcia participated in a media workout at world famous Gleason’s Gym Wednesday afternoon in advance of their primetime showdown that headlines SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING on CBS, presented by Premier Boxing Champions, this Saturday, March 4 from Barclays Center, the home of BROOKLYN BOXING™. Also in attendance Wednesday and […]
By Joshua “City” Brewer March 10, 2017, will be a special night for the sport of boxing. Two time Olympic Gold medalist Claressa Shields, 1-0, will make her ShoBox debut. Shields will be taking on Szilvia Szabados, 15-8, 1 KO, in her home state of Michigan next. This will be the the second fight for […]
Floyd “Make It Rain” Mayweather, JR. was a victim of a robbery on his 40th birthday. Read HERE.
Photo credit Press Association David Haye never one to not know how to stir up a commotion was at it again. Read HERE.
Tribute by “Bad” Brad Berkwitt Where did 42 years go? Only seven years old, but watching boxing with my late father Alvin in 1975 on a TV with huge rabbit ears, you know the kind where you would have to bend them to get the picture to come in. I can remember that year seeing […]
Rey Vargas walked into enemy territory and won the WBC Super Bantamweight title with a 12-round majority decision over Gavin McDonnell at Ice Hall in Hull, England. The championship bout, which took place this past Saturday, headlined a card that was streamed live on www.klowdtv.com It was a competitive fight with Vargas using his length […]