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 […]
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Tony Bellew Brings English Boxing Fans One of the Biggest Upsets in Boxing History Stopping David Haye in 11 Rounds – Breaking Boxing News
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 […]
Here we go again with this farce between Floyd “Make It Rain” Mayweather, JR and Conor McGregor! Read the latest news HERE.
By Donald “Braveheart” Stewart It took him 6 days to complete the London Marathon. This was after the medical experts had told him that he may never walk again. This was because he had nearly died in 1991 in a battle for the WBO super middleweight title. His suing of the British Boxing Board of […]
By Jeffrey “Italian Medallion” Cellini Saturday night, in Birmingham, Alabama, Dominic Breazeale, 18-1, 16 KO’s rebounded from his first professional loss by scoring a 5th round knockout over fellow heavyweight contender Izu Ugonoh, 17-1, 14 KO’s. The clash of the heavyweight giants was on the undercard of the nationally televised Deontay Wilder-Gerald Washington WBC Heavyweight […]
By Joshua “’City” Brewer Are you not entertained? Must a fighter go out on his/her shield in order to gain your respect. At what length and extent must a fighter put their body through for us fans to be satisfied? I’m just posing the question. I’ll let you be the judge. We have many different […]
By Vinny “Glory Days” Lucci It was a wasted night in Birmingham for Washington. For clarity it was expected to be a barn burner while it lasted as WBC Heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder made his fifth defense of his title against unheralded Gerald Washington in Alabama last night. On paper the two giants matched up […]
By Jeffrey “Italian Medallion” Cellini At the Videotron Center in Quebec City on Friday night, unbeaten contender Eleider Alvarez, 22-0, 11 KO’s scored a punishing fifth-round stoppage over former IBF super middleweight titleholder Lucian Bute, 32-4-1, 25 KO’s. The Columbian-born fighter was rated #4 at 175 lbs by The Ring before entering the ring last […]
By Vinny “Glory Days” Lucci Less than a month away from a possible fight of the year candidate when middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin takes on the formidable challenge of Daniel Jacobs on March 18th. On paper this one shapes up to be the best test for Triple G spanning his eleven year career in which […]
Gavin McDonnell Vs Rey Vargas Vie for the WBC Super Bantamweight Title in a Fight Where Somebodies 0 Must GO!
By Donald “Braveheart” Stewart On Saturday night in a tight little venue one twin shall attempt to come out from the shadow of another as Gavin McDonnell, 16-0-2, 4 KO’s, seeks to win the WBC super bantamweight title against Rey Vargas, 28-0, 22 KO’s, and finally join his brother, Jamie McDonnell, 29-2-1, 13 KO’s, as […]
Contrary to Boxing Fans Sentiments… Deontay Wilder Vs Gerald Washington is an Important Fight in the Heavyweight Division!
By Joshua “City” Brewer The stakes are high. Implications have never been bigger. There are only two options, hold or fold. Will we see a royal flush? I’m not talking about a game of poker. I’m speaking on the Deontay Wilder, 37-0, 36 KO’s, Vs Gerald Washington, 18-0-1, 12 KO’s, fight. It really doesn’t get […]
By Donald “Braveheart” Stewart For many the sixties was the time in which it all hung out. The fact was that the sixties began the revolution but the decade after ripped it open. We found a new significance in ourselves and indulged it to the max. For a kid, like me, growing up in a […]
By Jeffrey “Italian Medallion” Cellini Ken Norton, 42-7-1, 33 KO’s was a world champion and a force in the heavyweight division during an era considered the best ever for that weight class. However, does being the fifth best fighter of the heavyweight division during the 1970’s make him a hall-of-famer though? After playing at Northeast […]
By Anthony “Zute” George After putting Travis Browne to sleep on Sunday night, instead of putting the rest of the heavyweight division on notice, Derrick “The Black Beast” Lewis put the world of rest and relaxation on notice. Instead of calling out his next opponent, which is common place in the UFC, Lewis stated that […]
We are not far off from the first big fight of 2017. Here is some breaking news. Read HERE.
By Joshua “City” Brewer Dat Nguyen, 20-3, 6 KO’s, was successful in taking out Miguel Flores, 21-1, 9 KO’s, in the main event of a PBC card from Houston, Texas. Flores was the hometown favorite having grown up in Houston. Flores was also noted for tenacious body shots and leading up to the fight this […]