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Bob Arum Discusses Cotto vs. Alvarez and Chavez Jr. vs. Froch, Hopes to Make Both Fights Next Year

Bob Arum Discusses Cotto vs. Alvarez and Chavez Jr. vs. Froch, Hopes to Make Both Fights Next Year

Things are starting to heat up recently over at Top Rank Inc. As we are closing in on the final quarter of the year, the boxing schedule is looking very promising with some very intriguing matchups coming down the pike such as Brandon Rios vs. Diego Chaves, Terence Crawford vs. Raymundo Beltran, Manny Pacquiao vs. [...]

August 2, 2014 Joe Habeeb Featured, Home page, Home Slider 0

Is Oscar De La Hoya Planning Something Big?

Is Oscar De La Hoya Planning Something Big?

Cinco de Mayo and Mexican Independence Day are two huge dates in boxing in which you either have Floyd Mayweather or Manny Pacquiao fighting in a Pay Per View event in which not just the main event is spectacular, usually most of the entire undercard is filled with exciting fights. It would be foolish of [...]

July 30, 2014 JulioGarcia Featured 0

Porter Talks Brook, and Being Able To Fight Mayweather or Pacquiao If He Wins

Porter Talks Brook, and Being Able To Fight Mayweather or Pacquiao If He Wins

IBF welterweight champion Shawn “Showtime” Porter seems to always have a smile on his face these days. Porter’s exuberant character in and outside of the ring makes him one of the most exciting young champions anywhere in boxing.  Porter took a moment to talk to Thaboxingvoice.com about his upcoming fight with mandatory challenger, Kell Brook. [...]

July 24, 2014 Alex Lockie Featured, Home Slider 0

Mayweather Defends His Title and His Reputation

Mayweather Defends His Title and His Reputation

Thaboxingvoice.com caught up with Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr. this week as discussed his career and upcoming rematch with the Argentine, Marcos Maidana.  Mayweather Jr.’s defensive style of fighting seems to seep into his personality, as he defends his decision to rematch Maidana as well as his fight choices in the past. To his credit, boxing [...]

July 18, 2014 Alex Lockie Featured, Home Slider 0

Why Chris Algieri is Not a Hard Sell

Why Chris Algieri is Not a Hard Sell

Raise your hand if you are excited that Manny Pacquiao is returning to the ring to fight Chris Algieri later this November in Macao? Not many people are too happy that this is Manny Pacquiao’s next opponent and are even more upset because it will be a card that you will have to shell out [...]

July 18, 2014 Victor Salazar Featured, Home Slider 1

Thomas Dulorme Willing To Step in To Face Pacquiao

Thomas Dulorme Willing To Step in To Face Pacquiao

NEW JERSEY (July 15, 2014) – Gary Shaw Productions world title contender, Puerto Rican star Thomas Dulorme (21-1, 14 KO’s), is available to face current WBO welterweight champion, Manny Pacquiao in November, as it seems that Chris Algieri, current WBO junior welterweight champion, may not fight Pacquiao because of money issues. “I’m available and willing [...]

July 15, 2014 ThaBoxingVoice The Wire Report 0

The Difficulty of a Boxing Fan

The Difficulty of a Boxing Fan

Being a boxing fan sucks! Not just do we sacrifice time, energy and prime moments of our weekend to the sport we love, but more often than not now a days we are becoming programmed that we shouldn’t expect the best fights to be made. “I hope Shawn Porter doesn’t fight Keith Thurman next.”said the [...]

July 2, 2014 Lucas Ketelle Featured 0

First Half Over: 10 Fights That Need To Happen Soon

First Half Over: 10 Fights That Need To Happen Soon

Last weekend we saw arguably the fight of the year so far when WBO Lightweight Champion Terence Crawford defeated “the Cyclone of Guantanamo” Yuriorkis Gamboa in front of a lively crowd in Nebraska.  The coming out party for Crawford was yet another high in what has so far been a tremendous year for the sport. [...]

July 2, 2014 Steve Waters Featured, Home Slider 2

Merchant: “I’d Like To See Pacquiao-Crawford Next, It’s a 50/50 Fight”

Merchant: “I’d Like To See Pacquiao-Crawford Next, It’s a 50/50 Fight”

Longtime boxing commentator and personality, Larry Merchant was on hand to see Terence Crawford introduce himself to the boxing world in front of over 10,000 people in his home city as he stopped Yuriorkis Gamboa in 9 rounds that is definitely a fight of the year contender. Crawford who holds the WBO version of the [...]

July 1, 2014 Victor Salazar Featured, Home Slider 7

Watered Down PPV Market

Watered Down PPV Market

They say too much of anything is a bad thing and that’s the case with an overload of pay-per-views in boxing. Yesterday ESPN.com reported that a much anticipated bout between Miguel Cotto and Sergio Martinez produced a buy rate of 350,000, a number at least 100,000 lower than expected. Cotto-Martinez did make a profit according [...]

June 25, 2014 Victor Salazar Featured, Home Slider 0

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