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In the Squared Circle: Klitschko Gives Early Christmas Present

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Early this week the boxing world received an early Christmas present.  WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko announced that he would be vacating his title to pursue politics in his native Ukraine full time.  Klitschko mentioned that he did not expect to fight again but did not formally announce his retirement.  In true WBC form, the […]

Will “Lil” Bro Take over “Big” Bro?

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“The Problem”.“About Billions”.“Lil’ Bro”.  Adrien Broner.  It doesn’t matter which moniker he is going by or you call him, the current WBA welterweight is undeniably a major force in the boing business.  He first burst in the scene with a close and disputed unanimous decision over hard hitting Daniel Ponce De Leon back in 2011.  […]

In the Squared Circle: Paulie Malignaggi’s Second Win

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After losing his WBA welterweight title to Adrien “The Problem” Broner earlier this year, Paulie “Magic Man” Malignaggi threatened to pull a disappearing act and retire from the squared circle.  With a cushy job with Showtime as a commentator and a few years north of thirty, the feather-fisted Paulie felt that his time inside the […]

In the Squarez Circle: Manny Pacquiao vs. His Biggest Foes

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With no end to the fiscal nightmare that Manny Pacquiao is living right now, a beacon of light has shown up at the end of the tunnel although that hole might be pretty deep.  After his dominating performance over Brandon Rios in late November, Pacquiao was not greeted with a ticker tape parade or a […]

In the Squared Circle: Marquez vs Provodnikov? I Think Not

Juan Manuel "Dinamita" Marquez

The World Boxing Organization’s president Paco Valcarcel recently announced that future hall of famer Juan Manuel Marquez can, if he is willing, directly challenge the sanctioning body’s 140 pound kingpin Ruslan Provodnikov in his next fight. Is the promise of another world title enough to lure the forty-year-old Marquez into the ring? The multi-divisional world […]

In the Squared Circle: The Light Heavy Division Wakes Up

"Superman" Adonis Stevenson

A usually dormant division exploded this past weekend with a knock out fest in Quebec when WBC light heavyweight Adonis Stevenson (23-1, 20KOs) impressively stopped his number one contender Tony Bellew in six rounds. More devastating was the knock out by WBO champ Sergey Kovalev (23-0-1, 21KOs) who put to sleep Ismayl Sillakh in two […]

In the Squared Circle: Mosley, Time to Say Goodbye

The legendary "Sugar" Shane Mosley

Fighting since an early age and cutting his teeth in the competitive Los Angeles area, “Sugar” Shane Mosley (47-9-1, 39KOs) is a fighter through and through. An amateur standout with an impressive record of 230-12 including a number of national and international titles, “Sugar” went pro in twenty years ago with a knock out win […]

In the Squared Circle: Bradley Cruising on Same Boat as Cotto

Timothy "Desert Storm" Bradley

After the dominating performance of Manny Pacquiao this past Saturday night in Macau, China, over former lightweight champion Brandon “Bam Bam” Rios, it is no secret that the Filipino congressman is back. Yes, Rios was made to order as a frontal fighter with not much defense who not only likes to get hit but lives […]

In the Squared Circle: Chavez Jr and His Place in the Super Middleweight Division

Julio Cesar Chavez Jr

It was no surprise when it was announced at the 51st annual World Boxing Council convention held in Thailand last week that former middleweight champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr (47-1-1, 32KOs) has decided to abandon the 160 lbs. division and move up the eight pounds to super middleweight. The news did not come as a […]

In the Squared Circle: Cotto: The Ten Million Dollar Man

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Just last week it was announced by Richard Schaeffer, CEO of Golden Boy Promotions, that he offered former three divisional world champion Miguel Angel Cotto of Puerto Rico the sum of $10 million dollars to face Saul “Canelo” Alvarez some time in 2014. Schaeffer did not specify which of the three proposed 2014 dates, March, […]