Running Andre Ward Vs. Carl Froch Undercard Results

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — It doesn’t make any sense to pretend that this undercard is worth much, but talented welterweight Kell Brook is on it, and Edison Miranda and Yordanis Despaigne are on it in tune-ups for a potential rematch of last year’s excellent light heavyweight bout, so it’s worth a tiny something. Keep coming […]

Inside The Super Six: Predictions From Within

(From the weigh-in Friday: Carl Froch 167.5; Andre Ward 168) Tomorrow night, the historic, groundbreaking Super Six World Boxing Classic wraps up after beginning more than two years ago when Andre Ward and Carl Froch meet in Atlantic City for the Super Six cup, vacant Ring Magazine 168-pound title, as well as their respective alphabet […]

The Fight Of The Year. Next Year.

As the waning moments of 2011 slip away, the new year beckons forth a fresh horizon of matchmaking to tantalize and tease the boxing enthusiasts’ fanciful minds. Looking forward to the staredowns and faceoffs that may grace the sport in the coming year, there is only one surefire hookup signed at this moment, the welterweight […]

Grade For Showtime’s Super Six Tournament: Incomplete

Showtime’s innovative super middleweight tournament concludes Saturday after a two-year journey, and it ends with a fight that is virtually unimpeachable: Andre Ward, Carl Froch, two of the original Super Six, arguably two of the 10 best boxers in the world, fighting for the vacant lineal championship of the 168-pound division in a match-up that […]

Weekend Afterthoughts, Featuring Lamont Peterson And Brian Viloria As Fighter Of The Year Candidates, Additional Thoughts On Those Point Deductions And More

Ouchie, Giovani Segura. The junior flyweight champ’s first real capable opponent at flyweight, Brian Viloria, did a number on that noggin of his Saturday, for sure. (Via) Viloria made him look like he was in danger of becoming The Leader, if he could’ve evened things out on the other side. Viloria, as the headline indicates, […]

Unsung Heroes: Chris Edwards Gets The Jump On Shinny Bayaar; Ashley Theophane Digs Himself Out Of A Pit Against Super Game Ben Murphy

PETERLEE, CO. DURHAM – On a perishingly cold Saturday night in the North East of England, flyweights Chris Edwards and Shinny Bayaar punched lumps out of one another through 12 hectic rounds on this Maloney Promotions card. Edwards, the brisket-tough veteran from Stoke, banked the first eight of those and stood firm when Bayaar, Oldham […]

Running Amir Khan Vs. Lamont Peterson Undercard Results

WASHINGTON, D.C. — As fantastic as it is that more than 9,000 are expected tonight at the Washington Convention Center, and as refreshing as it is that the audience trickling in is mostly black (they’ve long been thought to be abandoning the sport), it’s more than a bit horrendous that almost half of those people […]

Notes From The Amir Khan Vs. Lamont Peterson Weigh-In

(Lamont Peterson at the weigh-in. Credit: me) First things first: Amir Khan weighed 140, Lamont Peterson weighed 139 and both looked to be in fine shape at Friday’s weigh-in. That’s the boring part. The less-boring part comes from roaming around the Carnegie Library talking to the people at the weigh-in. Below, find some musings from […]