Posts Tagged: Boxing


Oh, Manny!: Pacquiao Knocked Out By Marquez

By TSSCrew | 28 Comments

Manny Pacquiao went down and went down hard in the 6th round courtesy of Juan Manuel Marquez on Saturday at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.


PoV: “Marvelous” Marvin Hagler Vs. Tommy “The Hitman” Hearns

By Gotty™ | 4 Comments

"Marvelous” Marvin Hagler and Tommy “The Hitman” Hearns pose with a fight poster at a New York press conference promoting their 1985 bout.


Roy Jones & Kimbo Slice May Fight. Sounds Like A Bad Idea.

By TSSCrew | 17 Comments

LBSports: "A report published in the Jamaica Observer on Saturday said that the two men would be fighting in Montego Bay, Jamaica, in December.


10 Minutes Of Terror Starring Mike Tyson & His Greatest Knockouts

By Gotty™ | 8 Comments

Killing time at work trying to fight your way through a Thursday that probably still feels like a Monday after a long holiday weekend.


De La Hoya’s Out, 50 Cent’s In As Floyd Mayweather, Jr.’s New Promoter?

By J. Tinsley | 15 Comments

Boxing's top draw, loudest mouth, the best technical fighter of his generation and the man who hasn't lost since, well, ever, Floyd Mayweather, Jr.


Timothy Bradley Defeats Manny Pacquiao, Surprising Everyone…Including Timothy Bradley

By Gotty™ | 23 Comments

Ladies and gentlemen, Timothy Bradley is the new WBO welterweight champion, which comes as a surprise to many, including Timothy Bradley.


Mayweather Vs. Cotto: 10 Points To Watch

By TSSCrew | 25 Comments

Words By Jason H., Raj It's a daunting task to enter the ring with the undefeated Floyd Mayweather, Jr..


Manny Pacquiao Defeats Marquez In Close Decision Win

By Jason H. | 19 Comments

The crowd booed the MGM Grand in Las Vegas Saturday night once the judges decision to award WBO welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao the victory over Juan Manuel Marquez aired over the speakers.


Obits: Boxing Great Joe Frazier, 67, Dies Of Liver Cancer

By David D. | 12 Comments

Smokin' Joe Frazier passed away last night after a battle with liver cancer at the age of 67.


Floyd Mayweather Thinks He’s As Great As You Think He Thinks He Is

By J. Tinsley | 27 Comments

David told me awhile back my choices in allegiances obviously imply I tend to root for everything society hates.

"Sugar" Shane Mosley

Annoyed ‘Til Floyd: Effective But Unexciting Bout Reignites Floyd Vs. Manny Talks

By Jason H. | 18 Comments

On the pre-fight promos for the Manny Pacquiao versus "Sugar" Shane Mosley fight Saturday night, an immense laughter echoed in the living room as my brother and I saw the Mortal Kombat logo appear between the images of the two fighters.


“Watch For The Hook”: Fight Night Champion Review

By S.Cadet | 6 Comments


“The Fight Of The Century” Turns 40

By J. Tinsley | 6 Comments

In an ideal world, moments, not years, would be what we remember life by.


Fight Night Champion Demo KO’s PS3, Xbox 360

By S.Cadet | 5 Comments

EA Sports' Fight Night series has been among the cream of the crop in their line of sports games. Word got out they released a demo for the upcoming Fight Night Champion and, naturally, I added it to my download queue. It's easy enough to pick up and play even if you're new to Fight Night. However, the game has some new features to its engine that makes its representation of the sweet science quite compelling. Champion, at first glance, doesn't differ too much from Fight Night Round 4 if you jump right in. However, many of the changes under the hood become more apparent with each fight. You'll start off with middleweight boxers Miguel Cotto and Manny Pacquiao. Why EA considers them "middleweight" fighters is beyond me but you get to rock with Heavyweight legends in Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson as well. The game's slickly titled "full spectrum punch control" places more emphasis on placing accurate punches, enables you to throw harder variations of every punch, and simplifies punch motions on the right stick. You can use the buttons instead if you prefer. Additionally, the controls make you more adamant about timing your blocks as well as abusing punches throughout the match. Put your hands up for too long and your opponent can strike through your defense. Moreover, cheese the same punch and you'll tire quicker as well as put less sting behind whatever arm you overused. These subtle changes make a world of difference in the ring and, paired with certain boxers fighting styles, makes for a more authentic experience. The overhauled visuals, matched with convincing cuts and bruises, bring it all together into a sequel worth keeping an eye on. The dynamic camera is the only noticeable downside to this demo for my tastes. It switches your perspective at inopportune times when you move around the ring. Gratefully, it's not hard to accustom yourself to after a few fights. Fight Night Champion's demo gives you just enough to have you craving for the full game. Throwing in online play on top makes it a must download while the getting is good. The title hits stores March 1 for Xbox 360 and PS3. For more information, log onto


Manny Pacquiao Strikes Again!

By Jason H. | 31 Comments

If you didn't catch the Pacquiao-Clottey fight Saturday night, don't sweat it - you didn't miss anything.

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