By Geno McGahee Canelo Alvarez, 41-0-1, 30 KO’s, had no problems with the smaller challenger in Josesito Lopez, 30-5, 18 KO’s, dropping him in the second, third and fourth rounds, getting the stoppage in round five. The body shots told the tale, taking all of the life out of Lopez, and the incoming shots that [...]
Posts Tagged ‘Knockout’
By Geno McGahee David Haye, 26-2, 24 KO’s, used his mobility and skill to land more often and dominate Dereck Chisora, 15-4, 9 KO’s, en route to an explosive fifth round knockout. Haye used his jab and straight right, but it was the left hook that would prove to be the finisher as it landed [...]
By Vinnie Franklin London got a shock and I’m not talking about Big Ben exposing his clock tower either. Rihanna surrounds herself with this monsters juiced up on steroids that will destroy anything that comes near her. Well, in this case, the poor photographer got a little too close to the car that she was [...]
By Masked Hernandez Whatcha gonna do brother when Hulk Hogan and Brutus Beefcake go into a bathroom together and run wild on each other? Hulk Hogan has brought his daughter, Brooke into the world of wrestling…because what else is she going to do? It’s either wrestling or one of those skin movies. The women of [...]
Last night, on a card promoted by Gary Shaw Productions and Tony Holden Promotions at the Buffalo Run Casino in Miami, Oklahoma, Street Certified fighting legend Kimbo Slice made a very impressive debut in professional boxing, as he knocked opponent James Wade completely unconscious with a right hook/uppercut in just 10 seconds.
By Geno McGahee James Kirkland, 27-1, 24 KO’s, known for his quick knockouts, was quickly stopped by Nobuhiro Ishida, 23-6-2, 8 KO’s, in just one round. At 1:52 of the very first round, it was over, with Kirkland dropped three times. The return of Kirkland after a stint in prison was very hyped, but the [...]
By Mike “Rubber Warrior” Plunkett So often in a given field of endeavor we start out with a certain number of guidelines that help us hit our marks as we work towards a certain objective. These fundamentals ensure the progress required towards meeting our goals while at the same time projecting an air of professionalism. [...]
By Geoff “The Professor” Poundes If the Super-Six saw itself as a crucible within which to mix a volatile collection of fighters/promoters/ring physicians/fight-fans and hangers-on, then the Arthur Abraham-Andre Dirrell match-up in round two of the tournament will have lived up to everyone’s expectations.
By Daniel “Tex” Cohen 8:29- Moments before the showdown between Rogers Mtagwa and Yuriorkis Gamboa, I can’t help but empathize with Mtagwa more than his opponent. It’s not that I dislike Gamboa. I suppose I would just like to see a grizzled old veteran with a less than snazzy record take on an undefeated fighter [...]