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We Should Thank Mayweather

Mayweather vs. Pacquiao. Pretty Boy vs. Pac-Man. The illusive yet “it’s never gonna happen” fight that remains only a figment of our crafty imaginations may very well happen this May. 471 more words

Boxer Briefs

Canal de TV de Boxeo Para Oscar de la Hoya

Hay buenas noticias para los fanáticos del boxeo: Oscar de la Hoya lanzará un nuevo canal de televisión dedicado al deporte.

Según Variety Latino, el canal se llamará “Hoya: Más allá de Boxeo” y será lanzado en febrero. 61 more words

Features

Canelo Alvarez confirms showdown with James Kirkland

Boxing superstar Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (44-1-1, 31KO’s) posted friday on Twitter he will be facing dangerous puncher James Kirkland (32-1, 28KO’s) in his next bout. 129 more words

Boxing

Lucas Matthysse Remaining Loyal to Oscar

Press Release:  Argentina’s Lucas Matthysse (36-3, 34 KOs) has renewed his promotional contract with Golden Boy Promotions, it was announced today. “As Golden Boy works to put together a 2015 full of huge, fan-friendly fights, Lucas Matthysse is, and will now remain, a core part of our team,” said Oscar De La Hoya, president of Golden Boy Promotions. 210 more words

Professional Boxing

Oscar de la Hoya tendrá un canal de TV de boxeo

Atentos fanáticos del box porque esta noticia les va a gustar.

El deportista Oscar de la Hoya tiene  previsto lanzar un canal de televisión el cuál está pensado para los fanáticos, pues además de mostrar el boxeo en sí, podremos ver todo lo que ocurre tras camarines. 146 more words

Noticias

Oscar de la Hoya to Launch Boxing TV Channel

MIAMI — Oscar de la Hoya is planning to launch a TV channel designed to take viewers behind the scenes of the boxing biz.

De la Hoya, a 10-time World Champion boxer, has partnered with Mexican boxing mogul Pepe Gomez to launch de la Hoya TV: Beyond Boxing. 151 more words

News

Promoter GYM won't let hot middleweight David Lemieux go without a fight

Montreal promoter Yvon Michel is not letting prized boxer David Lemieux go without a fight.

Michel released a statement Monday saying his company will take “any steps necessary” to keep Lemieux in the fold now that the power-punching middleweight looks close to getting a first world title bout. 444 more words

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