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Canelo vs Golovkin - The May-Pac Hangover Cure!

On 2nd May 2015, boxing crossed over into the mainstream during the buildup of the so-called ‘Fight Of the Century’ between modern greats Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather… 889 more words

Championship Rounds Podcast: 'That Was A Disgrace To Our Country'

Craig and Sean are both back in the Kia Studios in Atlanta recapping the good, bad and ugly Alvarez-Chavez Jr. fight. Now with Canelo-GGG signed, where should it be? 30 more words


A Full Card

It’s hard not to speculate wildly when there are so many great fights just around the corner.  Two reasons these fights are even more interesting now: Alvarez-Chavez is out of the way, and Joshua-Klitschko surpassed all our expectations.  1,002 more words

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'Canelo' vs. Chávez Jr. fue un sesión de sparrings PPV, para anunciar una gran pelea.

La anunciada pelea del año entre Saúl ‘Canelo’ Álvarez y Julio César Chávez Jr. terminó siendo una millonaria producción, pagada por el público, de la esperada velada del 16 de septiembre que protagonizarán el propio Canelo y Gennady Golovkin. 545 more words

Canelo Vs Chavez

'Canelo' Alvarez Dominates Chavez Jr., Golovkin Next Up

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LAS VEGAS (CBSMiami/AP) — Saul “Canelo” Alvarez left no doubt who is the top active Mexican boxer by dominating Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. 926 more words


Squandered Skill

Our 2017 Cinco de Mayo fight is here, but there isn’t much to say about this classically flawed matchup.  On paper, it sounded like an important fight–two famous Mexican fighters, one at the top of his division, fighting for status as their nation’s warrior–but after last week’s spectacular display between Klitschko and Joshua, the reality of the fight is looking somewhat more bleak.  2,404 more words

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Jim Lampley On Championship Rounds Podcast: 'Canelo Is On Probation With Mexican Fight Fans'

Half of the team from “Championship Rounds” is live and on location from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Craig Carlos-Valentino is still upset that Sean Thompson left him behind as the guys talk about an amazing Heavyweight fight last Saturday night. 38 more words