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After the big payday, what next?
By Andrew Bonani Kamanga , The Southern Times, 20 May 2015
The recent weeks have been caught up in the Mayweather –Pacquiao saga. No doubt, there was no way this could have been the “fight of the century”!
Reports of Mayweather earning US$120 million and Pacquiao, US$80million for this non-event clearly illustrate the potential for generation of wealth Read Full Story >>>
Questions Remain About Manny Pacquiao’s Shoulder And The Injection He Requested
By Paul Magno, The Boxing Tribune, 20 May 2015
We have now heard two completely different stories regarding the shoulder of Manny Pacquiao and whether he was or was not injured coming into his May 2 bout with Floyd Mayweather. Neither story gels, though, and both leave some serious questions to be answered.
The initial story given to the medi Read Full Story >>>
Filipino lawyer files lawsuit vs Pacquiao team
By Reynaldo G. Navales, Sun.Star Pampanga, 20 May 2015
MABALACAT CITY -- A lawyer, who was born and raised in this city, has filed a lawsuit against the promoter, trainer, and manager of Manny Pacquiao following the Filipino boxer’s fight against American champion Floyd Mayweather.
Lawyer Edgardo Lopez, a native of Barangay Mabiga here who is now bas Read Full Story >>>
BoxingScene.com's Pound-for-Pound Update
By Cliff Rold, BoxingScene.com, 20 May 2015
The top two remain unchanged. Floyd Mayweather’s lopsided win over Manny Pacquiao further validated his place at the peak. Until someone beats him, he has earned the right to remain. His heir may be in place.
Roman Gonzalez finally has the opportunity to show the biggest money market in boxing wh Read Full Story >>>
Mayweather-Pacquiao and The Media
By Thomas Hauser, BoxingScene.com, 20 May 2015
There’s a famous 17th-century carving above the door of a temple in Nikko, Japan. In recent centuries, it has been popularized in the form of three monkeys who, respectively, are covering their eyes, ears, and mouth. The monkeys embody the concept of dealing with impropriety by looking the other way Read Full Story >>>
Arum: Pacquiao ‘100 percent’ for Mayweather fight
By Bong Lozada, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 20 May 2015
With lawsuits piling up against Manny Pacquiao, Top Rank CEO Bob Arum said his top fighter was “100 percent” for the much ballyhooed welterweight fight against Floyd Mayweather Jr. last May 2.
Until, as Arum told BoxingScene.com, Pacquiao re-injured his right shoulder in the fourth round.
“The Read Full Story >>>
Boxing: Don’t expect Gennady Golovkin vs. Floyd Mayweather
By Keith Idec, NorthJersey.com, 20 May 2015
With few attractive alternatives at middleweight, Gennady Golovkin would love to move down to 154 pounds to fight Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Golovkin realizes he won’t get a crack at Canelo Alvarez or Miguel Cotto until sometime next year at the earliest, because Alvarez and Cotto likely will fight eac Read Full Story >>>
Sayonara ESPN2 Friday Night Fights
By Robert Ecksel, Boxing.com, 20 May 2015
ESPN’s relationship with boxing was spotty, but it was dependably spotty. That dependable spottiness, alas, is ending this week…
“A sportswriter is entombed in a prolonged boyhood.”—Jimmy Cannon
I understand ESPN, but I am not a fan. Aside from boxing, which matters as life and death matter, t Read Full Story >>>
Austin Trout: “Mayweather made Manny Pacquiao look like an amateur. I thought Maidana gave a better fight”
By Jenna Jay, OTR Boxing Radio, 20 May 2015
Austin “No Doubt” Trout is the former WBA light middleweight champion and a fighter who holds a win over the current middleweight champion, Miguel Cotto. Now having won three fights in a row, Trout is looking to win back a title in 2015. In my “On The Ropes” boxing radio interview with Trout, I disc Read Full Story >>>
Nicholas Walters Returns to Action on June 13
By Loren Mack , The Jakarta Globe, 20 May 2015
The undefeated Nicholas “Axe Man” Walters (25-0, 21 KO’s), fresh off his scintillating knockout victory over Nonito Donaire in 2014, will return to the ring on June 13 to face fellow unbeaten fighter Miguel “The Scorpion” Marriaga (20-0, 18 KO’s) in a battle of hard-hitters.
The reigning WBA feat Read Full Story >>>