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Kovalev, His Corner, and His Fans Need to Quit Crying and Focus On the Rematch!!

Ever since Andre Ward (31-0) defeated Sergey Kovalev (30-1) by a very close unanimous decision (all three judges scored the fight 114-113 for Ward) back on November 19th of 2016, him and his fans have been blaring that it was a mugging, and that Ward stole his IBF, WBO, and WBA light heavyweight titles. When […]

Special K Gaining Momentum

Keon Johnson, nicknamed “Special K”, is a professional boxer that is no foreigner to controversy or hindrances. He began his career back in the middle of 2005, fought to an encouraging 7W-1L record in 2006 before being forced to stop fighting due to bad decisions. He made his return in 2008 but didn’t seem to […]

Keon Johnson

[su_slider source=”media: 2407,2406,2405,2401,2400,2399,2398″ width=”400″ title=”no”] Since I started working the boxing scene in Indianapolis, I have met several boxers and got a peak into their lives as I wrote articles about their triumphs and downfalls, but earlier today, I had a real heart to heart talk with one of Indianapolis’s fighters or opponents, depending on […]

Errol Spence Jr beat Chris Algieri… Ok, what does that mean?

This past Saturday night Errol “The Truth” Spence Jr (20W-0L-17KO’s) defeated Chris Algieri (21W-3L-8KO’s) by 5th round TKO in a fight that so many thought would be Spence’s toughest battle, but he seemed to have little to no problems at all. Now that Spence has dispatched of his so called “BIG TEST” what does it […]