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Five questions surrounding the Miguel Cotto-Canelo Alvarez fight

LAS VEGAS — When lineal middleweight champion Miguel Cotto and challenger Canelo Alvarez step into the ring Saturday night at the Mandalay Bay Events Center, all eyes will be on the boxing world. 1,322 more words


Archive: Erislandy Lara versus Delvin Rodriguez - Unexciting, uninteresting and uncompetitive.

Tonight in Chicago a light middleweight fight will take place which promises to be unexciting, uninteresting and uncompetitive. That fight is: Erislandy Lara (20-2-0, 12 KO) versus Delvin Rodriguez (28-7-4, 16 KO). 717 more words


Howard's End: Enough is Enough

To paraphrase the late Robin Williams, people don’t watch the sport of boxing to observe the sport of boxing, they go to watch two people beat the hell out of each other. 823 more words


Lara pitches a shutout against Rodriguez and Beterbiev keeps his knockout streak intact against Johnson

By Jason Scavone

Erislandy Lara hasn’t always had sterling luck with the judges. Losses to Paul Williams and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez can attest to that. The former tough-luck (or outright befuddling) loss made Lara so angry he came out and flattened Ronald Hearns in a minute and a half. 709 more words

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CHICAGO (June 13, 2015) – Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) on Spike returned to Chicago’s UIC Pavilion on Friday night with another installment of spectacular fights. The opening televised bout saw Artur Beterbiev (9-0, 9 KOs) manage a seventh round knockout against Alexander Johnson (16-3, 7 KOs). 702 more words


Erislandy Lara wins easy decision over Delvin Rodriguez, seeks big fight

CHICAGO — Erislandy Lara doesn’t provide great suspense or surprise. He just wins fights. And that may be his biggest problem.

The WBA super welterweight champion looked sharp Friday, establishing his superiority early and often against outclassed challenger Delvin Rodriguez in winning a unanimous 12-round decision to retain his crown in a Premier Boxing Champions fight at the UIC Pavilion. 633 more words