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Bernard Hopkins flogging a dead horse with Roy Jones rematch
By Scott Heritage, Examiner.com, 12 Jan 2010
According to Richard Schaefer of Golden Boy promotions, Bernard Hopkins is still looking for a rematch against Roy Jones.
The pair had agreed to meet in March if both got past tune up fights in December. Hopkins of course won a one sided decision, but Jones was knocked out in a single round again Read Full Story >>>
MELINDO IN FOR A ROUGH NIGHT?
By Rene Bonsubre, Jr., PhilBoxing.com, 12 Jan 2010
Milan Melindo will move up a couple of divisions heavier when he challenges the “Baby Assassin” Anthony Villareal of California for the WBC Youth Intercontinental Flyweight title this Thursday January 14.
The 22 year old Villareal (9 Read Full Story >>>
Villareal and Santos stage Public Work out at ALA gym
By Rene Bonsubre, Jr., PhilBoxing.com, 12 Jan 2010
WBC Youth Intercontinental Flyweight Champion Anthony Villareal of California, USA and Cecilio “Boga” Santos of Mexico had a public workout at the ALA Gym at the Banilad town Center Monday afternoon as p Read Full Story >>>
Blame Enough For Everyone In The Foolish Failure To Deliver Floyd Mayweather - Manny Pacquiao
By Tim Starks, The Queensberry Rules, 12 Jan 2010
If you were holding on to the dream that Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao would fight in March, it's time to let it go. Pacquiao-Joshua Clottey is set for Dallas, and Mayweather's team, after insisting a deal could Read Full Story >>>
Mayweather-Pacquiao brings in new tactics, if not fans
By Ray Ratto, CBS Sports, 12 Jan 2010
They try. Lord, they try hard, and still, the folks trying to drum up a fervor for the Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao haven't quite hit the right button yet to grab us from our playoff football/Gilbert Arenas/Tiger Woods mindset.
At least we presume that's what's behind the latest development i Read Full Story >>>
HBO can't let inmates Mayweather, Pacquiao run aslyum
By Michael Marley, Examiner.com, 12 Jan 2010
If HBO Sports president Ross Greenburg lets the inmates run this asylum this time, then we may never see Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao collide.
I mean collide with their gloves laced up and coming out of opposite corners.
Greenburg must take the bulls by the horns in this nonsensical Read Full Story >>>
SEPARATE FIGHTS ON THE SAME NIGHT IS INSANE!
By Matt Goldstein, BoxingTalk.com, 12 Jan 2010
These Boxing Geniuses Continue to Find More Ways to Throw Away Money and Fans
The Pacquiao and Mayweather teams, managers, promoters, and all of their advisors are figuring out ways to throw away millions of dollars with every decision they make. First, they opt against a fight that could gener Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao to Open up as 3-1 Favorite over Clottey
By John Chavez, Examiner.com, 12 Jan 2010
While it's a fight that the mainstream media probably won't cover as in-depth as that of a Mayweather-Pacquiao bout, Pacquiao-Clottey is about as great a substitute fight as humanly possible.
(Click here to see the fan backlash on Pacquiao-Mayweather not taking place.)
Joshua "The Hitter" Clot Read Full Story >>>
BOXING'S STARS ARE COMING OUT ON EXPLOSIVE JANUARY 30 MOSLEY VS. BERTO UNDERCARD
PhilBoxing.com, 12 Jan 2010
LUCAS MATTHYSSE VS.VIVIAN HARRIS,
GLEN JOHNSON VS. YUSAF MACK
SERGIO MORA VS. JASON NAUGLER
HIGHLIGHT UNDERCARD BOUTS LIVE FROM MANDALAY BAY
LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK, January 11 - Boxing fans are well aware that the first big fight of 2010 will be the welterweight championship showdown between Su Read Full Story >>>
TALKING ROIDS, PAC, SHANE, WITH BALCO’S VICTOR CONTE
By Pedro Fernandez, RingTalk.com, 12 Jan 2010
FROM BASS KING TO THE MAN AT BALCO
San Francisco, CA- If you were to ask me 30 years ago, what would an evening with Victor Conte be like, it would be a night with him playing bass for either Tower of Power or Herbie Hancock. Fast forward some three decades and the name is Victor Conte and his BA Read Full Story >>>
Handicapping The Field
By Avi "Shoefly" Korine, SportingNews.com, 12 Jan 2010
Golden Boy Promotions has narrowed the choice on potential opponents for Floyd Mayweather's next fight. Mercifully, it will not be Mathew Hatton, the lesser Hatton brother. Despite rumors to the contra Read Full Story >>>
CATCHWEIGHT OR NOT: ROACH SAYS 147, KONCZ SAYS 144
By Ben Thompson, FightHype.com, 12 Jan 2010
According to advisor Michael Koncz, WBO welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao will defend his 147-pound title against former champion Joshua Clottey at a catchweight of 144 pounds. "That's what the catchweight is for this fight," he informed Lem Satterfield of Boxing FanHouse late Sunday night. If th Read Full Story >>>
I wouldn't underestimate Joshua Clottey if I were you
By Dennis 'dSource' Guillermo, Examiner.com, 12 Jan 2010
That's what a lot of casual fans together with some Manny Pacquiao fans were saying when Top Rank chief Bob Arum announced that Ghanan former welterweight champ Josh Read Full Story >>>
Clottey's golden chance: can he make the most of it?
By Peter Czymbor, Examiner.com, 12 Jan 2010
Former welterweight titleholder Joshua Clottey (35-3, 20 KO's) will have the opportunity of a lifetime on March 13th when he takes on current welterweight titlist and pound for pound king Manny Pacquiao (50-3-2, 38 KO's) March 13th at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, TX.
With a win, Clottey would no Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao 'is boxing’s lone star'
By Gary Meenaghan, The National, 12 Jan 2010
Manny Pacquiao is ready to move on after the collapse of his proposed “superfight”, but the Filipino’s promoter Bob Arum is still throwing thinly-veiled barbs at the undefeated Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Arum yesterday confirmed that Pacquiao’s March 13 bout with Ghana’s Read Full Story >>>
Bert Sugar Still Believes that the Mayweather-Pacquiao Fight will Happen
By Chris Fedor, SportsRadioInterviews.com, 12 Jan 2010
The fight that every fight fan in the world wants to see between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. is now on hold or may never happen, who really knows at this point. A couple of weeks ago it looked like Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. were finally going to step inside the ropes and pr Read Full Story >>>
Boxing finally coming to Cowboys Stadium (unless there's more controversy)
By Jeff Mosier, Dallas News, 12 Jan 2010
The crazy back-and-forth about bringing a boxing match to Cowboys Stadium is finally over. A fight is coming to Arlington, but it doesn't have as much star power as originally expected.
Manny Pacquiao will face Joshua Clottey instead of Floyd Mayweather Jr. on March 13. Jerry Jones had reportedly Read Full Story >>>
Shane Mosley vs Andre Berto Preview
By Lee Payton, The Boxing Bulletin, 12 Jan 2010
Nearly a year has passed since Shane Mosley stepped between the ropes for a prizefight. A shame really, since the 38 year old Welterweight Champion was born to be a professional boxer. Chasing irresistible money and opportunities to enhance a proud fistic legacy left him in the gym with no fight for Read Full Story >>>
Scoop Mailbox: GCOAT, The Greatest Coward Of All Time
By Scoop Malinowski, Boxing Insider, 12 Jan 2010
Scoop. “Also unlike FMJ, Manny has no history of telling lies or cheating” Really? So Manny cheating on his wife is not cheating? You only meant in the boxing realm right? Yeah, tell Tiger Woods that too. Manny has shown to have as many character flaws as any other individual. You just s Read Full Story >>>
Montoya's Monday Mailbag
By Gabriel Montoya, SecondsOut.com, 12 Jan 2010
Good Monday morning, fight fans. Anything good happen over the weekend? We’re going big today. I’ve had a wide cross-section of reactions (and even a couple questions not involving Floyd or Manny) regarding my Saturday mailbag. Seems some people don’t know this is an opinion column Read Full Story >>>