Category: Miscellaneous

NCAA continues to be stupid, bans satellite camps

Satellite camps were a great opportunity for programs to gain exposure to recruits in far away areas…emphasis on the were.

Ortiz Easily Dispatches Thompson; Vargas TKOs Ali

The DC Armory featured longtime heavyweight contender and D.C. native Tony Thompson unsuccessfully taking on Luis Ortiz. Ortiz, the significant favorite, immediately took control of the fight in the first round by landing a straight left out of the southpaw which put Thompson on the canvas. Thompson managed […]

Crawford Stops Lundy in Five

Junior welterweight titleholder Terence Crawford withstood the trash-talking of challenger Hank Lundy leading up to their fight on Saturday in Omaha, Nebraska to knock him out in five rounds. Lundy (26-6-1, 13KO) fought aggressively in the opening round and managed to land a few right hands and left […]

Frampton Unifies Titles, Outpoints Quigg

A packed crowd celebrated with deafening noise as Belfast-native Carl Frampton retained his IBF super bantamweight (122 pounds) title and captured the WBA version from Scott Quigg with a split-decision victory on Saturday in Manchester, England. One judge scored the fight 115-113 for Quigg while the other two […]

Kovalev Punishes Pascal to 7th round TKO

Sergey Kovalev may have won the rematch against rival Jean Pascal last night, but the real hero is Pascal’s trainer, Freddie Roach, for stopping the fight at the end of the 7th round to save his fighter from further punishment. Kovalev (29-0-1, 26KO) started the fight same way […]

Garcia Outpoints Guerrero, Wins Title

In a fight for the WBC welterweight title (for some reason…) Danny Garcia put on a solid performance of counter-punching and outboxed veteran Robert Guerrero over 12 rounds to win a unanimous decision. Garcia, the favorite, started the fight on his toes with Guerrero chasing him. Guerrero (33-4-1, […]