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Lucas Matthysse

Molina Tailor Made For Matthysse

Molina Tailor Made For Matthysse

Fight Fans around the world are excited to witness the return of Argentine knockout artist Lucas Matthysse (34-3 32ko’s) on April 26th.  Matthysse will be facing fellow puncher and former WBC world lightweight title challenger John Molina (27-3 22Ko’s).  Molina is coming off of a huge upset KO win over lightweight contender Mickey Bey.  But [...]

April 4, 2014 Sevak Sarkisian Featured 0

Ticket Info For Thurman-Diaz “Don’t Blink” Tripleheader

Ticket Info For Thurman-Diaz “Don’t Blink” Tripleheader

LOS ANGELES (March 26, 2014) – StubHub Center in Carson, Calif., has rapidly become known amongst boxing aficionados as the place to be to see world-class fights and fighters. On Saturday, April 26, that reputation continues to grow as Golden Boy Promotions and SHOWTIME Sports® team up for an all-action tripleheader featuring some of the [...]

March 27, 2014 ThaBoxingVoice Hot off the press 0

Danny Garcia Feels If He Keeps Winning PPV’s Will Come, Says Matthysse Still A Quality Fighter

Danny Garcia Feels If He Keeps Winning PPV’s Will Come, Says Matthysse Still A Quality Fighter

“I’M READY FOR PPV, I JUST NEED TO KEEP WINNING!” - Danny Garcia ThaBoxing Voice  caught up with WBC & WBA light welterweight champion, Danny ‘Swift’ Garcia in camp last week. ThaBoxingVoice: People labelled you the “Machine killer” after the Lucas Martin Matthysse win. Headlines in the media is that you retired him because he hasn’t fought yet. Do [...]

March 4, 2014 Chris Willis Featured, Home Slider 0

Lundy Targets Title At 135 or Matthysse at 140

Lundy Targets Title At 135 or Matthysse at 140

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (Feb. 25th, 2014) – For years, Hank Lundy has been a promoter’s dream, a throwback fighter willing to fight anyone, anywhere at any given time regardless of the risk involved.   In football, he’d be your prototypical gunslinger quarterback, the fearless, yet gifted, pocket-passer unafraid to launch it down the field into triple [...]

February 25, 2014 ThaBoxingVoice Featured, Hot off the press 0

Barry Hunter On Changes Made In Lamont Peterson’s Camp, Plans To Move To 147 Pounds If No Money Fights At 140

Barry Hunter On Changes Made In Lamont Peterson’s Camp, Plans To Move To 147 Pounds If No Money Fights At 140

Lamont Peterson made a statement in his last fight that even though many may have written off, he is not done yet. Peterson’s trainer Barry Hunter was recently on Tha Boxing Voice podcast and stated that since that since Peterson’s loss to Lucas Matthysse that some changes have been made in training to benefit not [...]

February 8, 2014 JulioGarcia Featured 0

Lamont Peterson Feels a Rematch with Lucas Matthysse Would Be Tougher Than a Fight with Danny Garcia

Lamont Peterson Feels a Rematch with Lucas Matthysse Would Be Tougher Than a Fight with Danny Garcia

One fight can change everything in boxing, whether it be for better or worse. After a fighter suffers a devastating knockout loss, it’s only natural that questions arise. People tend to wonder how the fighter will respond to the knockout and whether or not he will be able to come back from it. IBF Junior [...]

February 8, 2014 Joe Habeeb Featured, Home page, Home Slider 2

Lucas Matthysse To Return To The Ring In May

Lucas Matthysse To Return To The Ring In May

Lucas Matthysse last fought on the Mayweather-Canelo card in the co-main event against Danny Garcia. Matthysse was the favorite to win the fight but he lost a clear decision and was even knocked down in the fight which shocked fans due to him seeming to have a granite chin. Despite the loss Matthysse remains a [...]

February 1, 2014 JulioGarcia Featured 0

Peterson Focused on Jean, Eyes Matthysse Rematch and Bigger Fights After

Peterson Focused on Jean, Eyes Matthysse Rematch and Bigger Fights After

The first Showtime telecast this year is a doubleheader that tilts Lamont Peterson vs. Diery Jean in the main event from Washington DC, Peterson’s hometown. The last time we seen Peterson, he was on the canvas with referee Steve Smoger hugging him while calling a halt to his fight against Lucas Matthysse. Although he suffered a [...]

January 9, 2014 Victor Salazar Featured, Home Slider 0

Punch of Significance: Stevenson KO of Dawson Knock Out of The Year

Punch of Significance: Stevenson KO of Dawson Knock Out of The Year

You can argue this, there were harder and more spectacular knockout in 2013 where guys lights were out instantly but as far as the most important knockout in 2013 and ThaBoxingVoice.com’s KO of the year, that went to Adonis Stevenson’s KO victory over Chad Dawson in June. Dawson at the time was still the man [...]

January 3, 2014 Victor Salazar Featured, Home Slider 0

Year in Review Part 2

Year in Review Part 2

In my last column, I covered some of the best fights and fighters of 2013. I gave you my entry for trainer of year.  I also touched on some of the most shocking upsets that took place.  However the year was so eventful, that I did not have an opportunity to write about a few [...]

December 30, 2013 Gil Aviles Featured, Home Slider 0

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