When IBF super middleweight champion Carl Froch and WBA super middleweight champion Mikkel Kessler fight, more than their respective titles will be on the line.
Bragging rights between the two proud and talented champions mean just as much as the belts at stake.
This is the rematch of an exciting fight that took place in April 2010. Kessler won the first meeting in his homeland of Denmark.
The rematch will be held in Froch’s backyard at the O2 Arena in Greenwich, London.
Froch would love to even the score in his country but Kessler is determined to prove he’s the better man, continue
Any time that the name Manny Pacquiao comes into the news, you know that it’s going to draw some attention. Pacquiao has had a rough go recently, as he’s lost two fights in a row. He has to be ready to get back on the horse soon though, and his next fight has been schedule and announced. Pacquiao should get a lot of betting love in this fight, which will be against Brandon Rios. The fight is going to be a 12 round welterweight fight, and the info about the fight was given out on continue
Jones (39-3-2, 31 KOs) dominated the fight and Lebedev’s (25-2, 19 KOs) right
eye became swollen before he was sent to the canvas in the final minute of the
Also on the card, Alexander Povetkin kept his WBA heavyweight title with a
third-round TKO of Andrzej Wawrzyk. Povetkin (26-0, 18 KOs) sent Wawrzyk
(27-1, 13 KOs) to the floor in the second round and again in the third before
the fight was called by referee Russell Mora with 32 continue
That means I’ve seen most of my generation’s nominees for the greatest fight
of all time, most notably the first Pryor-Arguello duel in 1982, the Hagler-
Hearns mini-masterpiece in 1985 and the epic to-and-fro between Diego Corrales
and Jose Luis Castillo exactly two decades later.
Gun to my head… the last of those three matches is the best I’ve ever seen.
Of course, over that same time frame, there have been eagerly anticipated
fights that turned out to be duds, and clashes that were barely noticed on the
front end before winding up as classics.
We could all fill continue
Robert Guerrero’s gun charges dismissed
Earlier this morning, Robert Guerrero appeared in New York State Supreme Court for Queens County where all firearm possession charges were dismissed in connection with his March 28 arrest at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City. Guerrero pled guilty to disorderly conduct, a violation and not a crime, was fined $250 and ordered to complete 50 hours of community service which he will be allowed to perform in his home state of California.
He was arrested on March 28 when checking in his luggage at JFK while returning to training camp in continue