boxing

Tyson v Douglas

February 11th has come and past. You may not have noticed it, but it marks one of the greatest upsets in sporting history. In 1990 Mike Tyson was 37-0 at just ripe age 23 years of age. He was the Heavyweight Champion of the world and everyone was afraid of him. He was angry and… Continue reading Tyson v Douglas

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Thank you predictive algorithms and all the twitters

It must've been a few months ago that I started following some boxing accounts on social media. One of the accounts I followed liked another person's video of the below fight. You know how the algorithms work, right? I don't. I like one photo or view one account about working out or cross-fit and now… Continue reading Thank you predictive algorithms and all the twitters

boxing, ufc

McGregor v Pacquiao

Let's put this into lists and keep it simple There is too much money to be made for McGregor and Manny not to do it. It won't be the size of Mayweather, but it will still be a big enough spectacle. McGregor has the leverage with the UFC. They need him to headline cards. He… Continue reading McGregor v Pacquiao

america, boxing

The Great American Boxing Hope: A Heavyweight

America doesn't want... A boxer who is small A fighter who doesn't want to fight A fighter who doesn't want to knock out A boxer who entertains What America wants... a Heavyweight Boxing has been on a downward slope for US fans since Tyson and Holyfield. There are a lot of reasons why, but I think… Continue reading The Great American Boxing Hope: A Heavyweight

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McGregor said that “experience beat [him]…” in ‘Super Fight’

Anxious I sat in a dark basement with 30 or more people, 80% of which I had no idea who they were. The level of boxing acumen ranged from a eight year old to a member of the Utah boxing commission. I admittedly was nervous, especially after beingvery vocal on how I saw this fight… Continue reading McGregor said that “experience beat [him]…” in ‘Super Fight’