By Geno McGahee The latest battle in the Super Six, presented by Showtime, was a dominant performance by WBA Super Middleweight Champion, Andre Ward, easily outpointing the passive Allan Green over twelve rounds. Ward has moved up from a mid level pick to a big favorite after victories over both Green and Mikkel Kessler in [...]
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By Geno McGahee Andre Ward, 22-0, 13 KO’s, successfully defended his WBA Super Middleweight Title with a dominant unanimous decision victory over Allan Green, 29-2, 20 KO’s, by the scores of 120-108 across the board.
By Gina L. Caliboso World class boxing in 2010 has been ho-hum this year, with my man Manny Pacquiao going to school and becoming elected to public office, his boxing life has been temporarily shelved. Meanwhile, I peruse the boxing headlines and I could have sworn a certain undefeated potential opponent (aka: Floyd Mayweather) has [...]
Showtime Press Release Andre Ward and Allan Green met face-to-face at today’s final press conference in advance of their Super Six World Boxing Classic and WBA World Title tilt on Saturday, June 19—live on SHOWTIME, 10p ET/PT—from Oakland’s Oracle Arena. The event is promoted by Goossen Tutor Promotions, TNT Boxing and Dibella Entertainment and sponsored [...]
Compiled by Brian Wilbur This Saturday, June 19th, the Super Six tournament resumes with an intriguing second round match up between Andre Ward and Allan Green. Ward, who won his first round bout via decision over early favorite Mikkel Kessler, gets to enjoy a hometown advantage for the second straight time fighting out of Oakland, [...]
By Jeff Stoyanoff From the beginning, The Super Six has been sold first and foremost as unique in the world of Boxing. The round robin tournament represented a new path in the sport that would ultimately find a way to finally combine exciting fights and a dramatic format. After the first stage, it would seem [...]
By Geno McGahee Steroids & Boxing The Manny Pacquiao allegations still linger over boxing and the public is divided somewhere around the middle. It will not affect the upcoming pay per view showdown with Joshua Clottey. The show will go on and it will be very successful. Clottey is a great opponent…far better than Paulie [...]