Posted by PATTEE MAK on January 25, 2015 |
Re-match 3rd Times: Perez vs. Mauras
[January 17, 2015 – Mohegan Sun Casino – Ringside by Pattee Mak]
Yes indeed third time is always a charm. Originally Joseph “Chip” Perez and Agustine Mauras meet on two previous occasions, July 26, 2014 at the...
Posted by PATTEE MAK on January 23, 2015 |
Iceman Scully Discusses Reality Boxi...
Interview by Pattee Mak | January 20, 2015
Iceman” John Scully (38-11-0) needs no introduction to the boxing community. He is a former pro boxer, current trainer, Hall of Famer, author and ringside analyst. His newest...
Posted by MICHAEL AMAKOR on December 28, 2014 |
Unified and Undisputed Championship ...
By MICHAEL AMAKOR | January 9, 2015
In all sports, particularly in the combat blood sport of boxing, fighters fight each other. The winner then goes on to fight and defeat progressively elite contenders before...
Shannon Briggs started off November securing an impressive 50th career win over a rank journeyman and then flew to Germany and attempted to crash Wladimir Klitschko events as he was preparing for his title defense against Pulev. His many attempts at goading Wladimir into a fight while sometimes entertaining, have bordered on criminal and downright creepy, but videos of his antics have generated thousands of views on YouTube and there is a real possibility that of a mega fight between the two might take place in 2015.
Briggs who was on hand to witness Wladimir’s destruction of Pulev in the 5th round has apparently forgotten the brutal beating he received at the hands of Vitali Klitschko, Wladimir’s older brother, and the coma he was in after that fight because he remains undeterred in his quest to fight Wladimir. He will receive a more severe beating and a fist full of dollars if he keeps up with his pursuit of Wladimir, we just hope he will consider it worth all the pain after the beating.
Felix Sturm and Robert Stieglitz fought to a draw in a twelve round war that most stateside fans missed because it was in Germany. That fight was an eliminator for the right to fight Arthur Abraham the current WBO champion, so it is very possible there will be rematch.
Heavyweight Tomasz Adamek suffered a 10th round decision loss to Szpilka in Poland in a mild upset. Adamek has hinted at retirement, but until he is inducted into the hall of fame, do not hold your breath. Mansour returned to the win column with a KO over Fred Kassi, but he will need many more "