Manny Pacquiao wanted to clear something up.
I look at most major boxing fights nowadays as a pickup basketball game at the Y.
Paulie Malignaggi doesn’t know how much longer he’s going to continue to fight. But he’s got at least one big fight left in him.
Once again, Las Vegas was kind to Timothy Bradley.
Juan Manuel Marquez knows he isn’t going to fight much longer. He’s 40 years old and has been in too many wars over an illustrious 21-year professional career that has produced world championships in four different weight classes, a 55-6-1 record with 40 knockouts, including his sensational sixth-round KO of Manny Pacquiao last December at the MGM Grand Garden.
Timothy Bradley is taking life’s journey seriously, following the idea that our legacy should be etched into the minds of others and the stories they share about us.
If your name was Jessie and you were from Las Vegas, Friday was a good night.
When Diego Magdaleno left trainers Pat Barry and Augie Sanchez in May and hired Joel Diaz to train him and Frank Espinoza to manage him, it figured his younger brother Jessie wouldn’t be far behind.
He has been up; he has been down. He has been a world champion; he has been disgraced for cheating.
During his illustrious boxing career, Juan Manuel Marquez was tempted to do a few things, such as buying a lot of cars and a few houses. But when it came to who would train him, Marquez never thought about working with anyone other than Ignacio “Nacho” Beristain.