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Pacquiao Dominates Algieri in Macau

He was the current WBO Welterweight Champion. He had won his last two bouts in fairly convincing fashion – his last one over Timothy Bradley to regain the title belt that many felt he was robbed of more than two years before. 1,108 more words

Manny Pacquiao

Tim Bradley and Virgil Hunter Analyze Pacquiao/Algieri

HBO Sports did a very nice piece on Chris Algieri’s (bogus) title defense Saturday night against Manny Pacquiao.

A video of the discussion (titled Under The Lights) with Kellerman, Bradley, and Hunter can be seen below. 8 more words

Professional Boxing

Bill Simmons and the B.S. of ESPN

There are a couple necessary disclaimers here:

1) First and foremost, it’s one of my practices as a writer to abstain from reading specific material on a given subject until after I’ve already written my piece. 1,007 more words

Sports

ESPN suspends Max Kellerman for inappropriate conversation on Ravens RB Ray Rice and domestic violence Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/more-sports/espn-suspends-max-kellerman-inappropriate-conversation-domestic-violence

What is going on at ESPN? Can’t the talking heads know when to keep their mouths in check? First it was Stephen A. Smith who was suspended for his comments on the Ray Rice dometic violence situation, then Dan Le Batard was down for two days for funding a billboard in Cleveland that read: “You’re welcome LeBron, Love Miami.” 466 more words

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ESPN Host Max Kellerman Suspended for Domestic Abuse Story

ESPN has issued its third suspension in two weeks.

ESPN TV and radio host Max Kellerman has been suspended until Thursday following his admission on ESPN-LA radio show “Mason & Ireland” that he once hit his then girlfriend and now wife of 20 years, Erin. 131 more words

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ESPN Has Suspended Max Kellerman For Talking About Domestic Abuse On-Air

It would seem that ESPN is happy to suspend people for anything these days. Hot on the heels of Stephen A. Smith’s controversial remarks on Ray Rice and domestic abuse, Max Kellerman is being suspended for talking about the same topic on ESPN radio in LA. 295 more words

Sports

ESPN Suspends All Network Employees for Future Insensitive Remarks

Bristol, CT – Hank Williams Jr., Max Kellerman and Stephen A. Smith are only a few of the recipients of ESPN’s rash of suspensions or firings, handed out after each made comments deemed politically incorrect by the sports network. 269 more words

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