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Cody Garbrandt on Dominick Cruz: I Coulda Taken Him Out ... But I Was Having Fun (VIDEO)
PhilBoxing.com, 04 Jan 2017
TMZ SPORTS -- Cody "No Love" Garbrandt says he was MERCIFUL to Dominick Cruz -- claiming he could've knocked him out "multiple times" at UFC 207 ... but was having too much fun toying with the guy.
Cody joined the guys on the "TMZ Sports" TV show (airs Tuesday night on FS1) -- and said he could p Read Full Story >>>
Ronda Rousey Gets Support from Reebok ... 'Firmly In Her Corner'
PhilBoxing.com, 04 Jan 2017
TMZ SPORTS -- Ronda Rousey's biggest sponsor is reaffirming its support for the UFC star ... even after her big loss at UFC 207 ... with Reebok telling TMZ Sports the company "stands with Ronda 100%."
Ronda signed an indiv Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao’s next fight will be outside US – Arum
By Josef T. Ramos, The Manila Times, 04 Jan 2017
Top Rank Promotion boss Bob Arum said that Manny Pacquiao’s next fight would be outside the United States ei-ther in April or May.
The veteran promoter added that the fight between Pacman and the unbeaten unified junior welterweight cham-pion Terrence Crawford would probably happen late this year Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao’s $20-M price staggers Arum
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 04 Jan 2017
Promoter Bob Arum yesterday was unsure whether Top Rank can afford Manny Pacquiao’s staggering guaranteed asking price of $20-million for a fight with fast-rising American Terence Crawford, a fight many see as a risky one for the aging Filipino champ.
“We’ll see,” Arum told the Bulletin from Los Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao-Horn down under?
By Roy Luarca, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 04 Jan 2017
If Manny Pacquiao can’t forge a fight with Terence Crawford and other big names, he may end up fighting in Australia for the same amount of money.
The camp of Jeff Horn has initiated talks with Bob Arum, Pacquiao’s promoter, regarding the WBO welterweight champion’s purse.
“Bob has given us a Read Full Story >>>
Why Manny Pacquiao needs to train early for next fight
By Leo Reyes, Digital Journal, 04 Jan 2017
Manny Pacquiao's training for his comeback fight last year had turned his schedules as neophyte senator upside down as he had to train before reporting for work and after attending senate sessions and committee hearings.
Now his longtime adviser Michael Koncz wants to be sure that Pacquiao trains Read Full Story >>>
2016’s biggest upsets in boxing
By Richard Everett, Someones0hasgottogo.com, 04 Jan 2017
Buster Douglas-like upsets in sports are rare. It takes a world class, future hall-of-fame juggernaut losing in a ‘tune-up’ fight to provide sport with a name now synonymous with underdog sporting triumph.
But Douglas is an anomaly. Boxing in particular, has a dearth of shocking upsets at elite l Read Full Story >>>
Canelo, Khan, Mayweather and more – seven questions for 2017
By John Dennen, BoxingNews, 04 Jan 2017
WILL Kell Brook fight Amir Khan?
Will they? Won’t they? It’s been a topic that’s rumbled on and on. Instead of fighting each other last year they took doomed but high profile shots at bigger men (Canelo for Khan, Gennady Golovkin for Brook). Talks have been reignited but stumbling blocks still h Read Full Story >>>
Boxing's 2017 Moneymakers Include Vasyl Lomachenko, The Charlo Brothers
By Josh Katzowitz, Forbes.com, 04 Jan 2017
You can count the number of mainstream crossover boxing stars on less than one hand. There’s Canelo Alvarez, who has a deep fan base in the U.S. and Mexico, and there’s Gennady Golovkin, who’s not as well known as Alvarez but who is the kind of boxer you invite your non-boxing fan friends over to wa Read Full Story >>>
WBN 10: Most lucrative bouts without Floyd Mayweather
World Boxing News, 04 Jan 2017
Following on from WBN’s annual list of Seventeen Fights for 2017, a list of ten of potentially the biggest money-spinning encounters have been number-crunched.
Floyd Mayweather aside, the likes of Manny Pacquiao and Canelo Alvarez continue to take center-stage in their bid to follow the former po Read Full Story >>>
Arum accuses Salido of cold feet for Lomachenko rematch
By Mitch Abramson, RingTV.com, 04 Jan 2017
Those hoping for a sequel to Vasyl Lomachenko’s close loss to Orlando Salido in 2014 will have to wait after promoter Bob Arum accused Salido of getting cold feet for a rematch.
“Orlando Salido chickened out,” Arum told RingTV.com on Tuesday. “It’s the only way to say it. He asked for crazy money Read Full Story >>>
PACQUIAO VS. CRAWFORD NEXT?
By Maloney L. Samaco, PhilBoxing.com, 03 Jan 2017
Manny Pacquiao, the WBO welterweight champion, facing Terence Crawford, the unified WBC, WBO, Ring magazine, and lineal light welterweight champion, has been hugging the headlines before the Pacquiao vs. Chris Algieri world Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao-Crawford a dream fight
By Al S. Mendoza, Business Mirror, 03 Jan 2017
IT seems Manny Pacquiao is headed to one of his biggest fights in years.
I refer to Terrence Crawford, the reigning light-welterweight king.
If plans won’t go awry, the American is set to face Pacquiao in either April or May.
It will all depend on how Bob Arum will handle the negotiations.
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Manny Pacquiao at Suncorp Stadium is Jeff Horn’s dream fight
By Grantlee Kieza, Townsville Bulletin, 03 Jan 2017
BOXING GREAT Manny Pacquiao is demanding $US20 million for his next bout but the promoters of Brisbane’s “Fighting Schoolteacher’’ Jeff Horn are still confident they can lure the Filipino whirlwind to Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium for a superfight this winter.
Horn is the No.2 contender for Pacquiao Read Full Story >>>
Chavez Sr: Crawford or Golovkin is FOTY - Not Lomachenko!
By Miguel Rivera, BoxingScene.com, 03 Jan 2017
Mexican legend Julio Cesar Chavez Sr. does not view WBO super featherweight champion Vasyl Lomachenko as the 2016 Fight of The Year.
He believes the award should go to WBO/WBC junior welterweight champion Terence Crawford or IBF, IBO, WBA, WBC middleweight king Gennady Golovkin.
Several outlet Read Full Story >>>
Unfinished business next for Pacquiao
By Recah Trinidad, PhilBoxing.com, 03 Jan 2017
TRAINER Freddie Roach calls it a tough, dangerous fight but, strictly speaking, the famous handler of Manny Pacquiao has directly tagged world light welterweight king Terence Crawford as one big unfinished business.
I Read Full Story >>>
Hekkie Budler to face ‘tough’ Filipino Joey Canoy in South Africa
By Ryan Songalia, RingTV.com, 03 Jan 2017
Former WBA strawweight titleholder Hekkie Budler will continue his campaign three pounds north when he faces Filipino banger Joey Canoy at Emperors Palace in Gauteng, South Africa on Feb. 4.
The fight will be the second for Budler (30-2, 9 knockouts) since his upset decision loss to Byron Rojas l Read Full Story >>>
10 Things for Boxing Fans to Look Forward to in 2017
By Briggs Seekins, BleacherReport.com, 03 Jan 2017
The new year might have only just begun, but the boxing calendar is filling up fast. January is usually a slow month for the Sweet Science, but 2017 will feature a rematch of last year's classic between Carl Frampton and Leo Santa Cruz and a super middleweight unification fight between James DeGale Read Full Story >>>
Three Punch Combo: Three Bold Predictions for Boxing in 2017
By Matt Andrzejewski , The Sweet Science, 03 Jan 2017
THREE PUNCH COMBO: BOLD PREDICTIONS — The first edition of the three punch combo for 2017 features some bold predictions for the upcoming year. As we saw in 2016, the only certainty in boxing is to expect the unexpected.
Canelo-Golovkin Happens With a Twist
In 2014, Oscar De La Hoya retook his Read Full Story >>>
‘Rocky can hang gloves’
By Edri Aznar, Sun.Star Cebu, 03 Jan 2017
IT COULD be the end of a long up-and-down career for Rocky Fuentes after suffering a devastating knockout in Japan over the weekend.
Fuentes got knocked out by world-rated Japanese fighter Shohei Omori in the third round of a scheduled eight-rounder in a New Year’s Eve boxing show at the Shimazu Read Full Story >>>