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Rise of the Lomachenko Dynasty

Last night on the Floyd Mayweather Jr versus Manny Pacquiao undercard there was an up and coming Ukrainian featherweight on the undercard. I don’t know if you can be an up and comer if you’ve won a world title by your third professional contest but such is the case with Vasyl Lomachenko. 787 more words

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TKO



I’ve left my brain

–logically speaking—

in a lurch

my write brain

overloaded

scrambling

ambidextrous in the aftermath

(thank God math’s over)

so

I… 71 more words

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7 Foot Chinese Boxer Ready To Dominate The Heavyweight Division

The Chinese fighter, given the nickname “The Great Wall” for obvious reasons, stands at a whopping 7-feet and weighs in at 286-pounds. He might just be the most intimidating boxer walking this earth, even though he has no amateur experience.

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PrizeFighter: SAG/PGA awards only cloud Oscar race

As the Academy Awards nominees continue marching down various red carpets on their way towards Oscar night, stopping along the way to receive various honors from various groups, the picture for the big night is supposed to become more clear. 478 more words

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SAG nominations: Big day for 'Boyhood,' 'Birdman,' and Aniston

It should really come as no surprise that the film that tracks the travails of fame and tries to understand the psyche of an actor took home the most nominations Wednesday morning from the Screen Actors Guild. 866 more words

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PrizeFighter: What the Gothams, NYFCC and NBR really mean for the Oscar race

In the last 24 hours, the filmmakers behind Boyhood, Birdman and A Most Violent Year have had a lot to celebrate. Boyhood walked away from the New York Film Critics Circle with three top prizes—for film, director Richard Linklater and actress Patricia Arquette. 606 more words

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EW's PrizeFighter checks out the Best Director race, which just got more interesting

If 2014 is the year of the auteur, with filmmakers driving their independent visions onto the screen without the ­benefit of megabudgets—I’m not talking to you, Christopher Nolan—the battle for Best Director will come down to who executed that vision most successfully. 549 more words

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