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Carl "The Cobra" Froch(IBF Super Middleweight Champion) vs Mikkel "The Viking Warrior" Kessler(WBA World Super Middleweight Champion) - Another great matchup on the docket for boxing this weekend. These two have already faced each other in the Super Six boxing tournament a few years back, the fight was easily the best fight of the tournament and one of the better fight of that year. The first fight was held in Kessler's backyard(Denmark) and the outcome could have gone either way, but unsurprisingly Kessler got the nod on the scorecards and won via UD over Froch. After that fight, Kessler bowed out of the Super Six tournament due to an eye injury and Froch went on to establish himself as the number two Super Middleweight in the world behind Andre Ward. Froch's stock has risen a lot recently having looked spectacular in…Continue
Hello, Here is the video of the presentation we (Hy3rid H3) did in Tengo Talento Mucho Talento with Don Cheto on Estrella TV. Thank you all for the love and support. I have nothing but love and respect for all of you. We going to the top!
What a great week this was.
It began with me sparring 6 rounds. And for the first time in 2 years I didn't have a issue with my elbow or back injuries. I sparred again Tuesday 8 rounds and the improvement of my injuries were evident as I threw jabs at will without fear of overextending an causing my tennis and golf elbow to get worse. I was happy of my therapy progress that I HAD to sparr Wednesday another 7 rounds to confirm my healing. I'm so happy with my therapist Anthony Garcia because he really has changed my "I'mma hang them up" mentality to "I'm beating Mayweather" mentality. This new sense of fresh air has been evident in my attitude, personality, and commitment. I go to the gym happier and exited to continue learning and working. I was able to drop to 160 lbs this week, thats 23 lbs of "self-pitty" that accumulated as a result of my lack of faith in…Continue
After over a month of big name matchups, boxing had a pretty quiet week last week, but returns this week with a matchup that is a very good under-the-radar matchup in the Light Welterweight division.
Lamont "Havoc" Peterson(IBF Light Welterweight Champion) vs Lucas Martin Matthysse(Interim WBC Light Welterweight Champion) - Strangely, this fight is actually being fought at a catchweight of 141 because the IBF was unwilling to sanction this fight for belt unification, so it is a non-title fight. Unofficially(and hopefully), this fight is somewhat being regarded as part of a mini Light Welterweight tournament, where Danny Garcia will fight the winner. Regardless of what plays out…Continue
Floyd "Money" Mayweather vs Robert "The Ghost" Guerrero(WBC Welterweight Champion) - And the month or so of big fights continues. Mayweather vs Guerrero has somewhat warmed up for me as the fight has gotten closer. Mayweather has amazing skill and talent, but an abhorrent personality and an obvious agenda to make the most money with the least risk factor. Hence he's fighting Guerrero, who just came to Welterweight recently, thinking that he has the size advantage and that the style matchup coupled with that should make it an easy night but people like the Guerrero husband-wife story so he gives some name value with that. And all of that may occur. That said, I think Guerrero possesses an inner grit and some other characteristics that might make life hard on Floyd, and there's always the x-factor…Continue
It's been a fun few weeks of boxing and this week actually promises to be the best of the lot. Amir Khan is fighting a stay-busy fight against Julio Diaz overseas and US Heavyweight prospect Deontay Wilder is facing a mini-step up fight against Britain's 2000 Olympic Gold Medalist(but somewhat disappointing as a pro boxer) Audley Harrison. These are the lower level fights of the week. Here's a preview of the big ones.
Danny "Swift" Garcia(WBA and WBC Light Welterweight Champion) vs "Super" Zab Judah - One must give credit to the longevity and comeback ability of Zab Judah. The former Light Welterweight and Welterweight champion is an absolute open book in terms of his strengths and flaws, but always manages to get himself back in the mix for title shots after defeats where it appears his…Continue
Showtime 9 p.m EST this Saturday
As usual, first a little profile of both fighters.
Saul "Canelo" Alvarez(WBC Light Middleweight Champion) - The 22 year old undefeated Alvarez has led a somewhat charmed life as boxing goes thus far in his career. He has talent, don't get me wrong, but he's been very carefully managed by Golden Boy to get his championship, and quite honestly during his two year reign as a champion his level of competition has been abysmal by the standards of a champion(though perhaps not so bad if you only factor his age). He has yet to take on what I would consider a solid 154 contender during that time, fighting a lot of undersized and often outclassed competition brought up from Welterweight due to his cash cow status with Golden Boy. This however, is finally a step-up fight, and a…Continue
It's on this Saturday on HBO. A profile of both fighters then the prediction.
Nonito "The Filipino Flash" Donaire(WBO Super Bantamweight Champion) - Just for the short list of Donaire's great accomplishments, he was last year's consensus Fighter of the Year after fighting four times(sadly a rare feat for a top level fighter these days) and dominating four very solid opponents. He has won titles in four weight classes and hasn't lost a fight in twelve years(lost his second pro fight by decision when he was 18 or 19). Probably one of the top five best pound-for-pound fighters in the sport today. In short, Nonito is a superstar now, an elite fighter, and has a outside chance at taking over the mantle of his countryman Pacquiao as a global icon if he can continue his rise in weight classes. Like Pacquiao, Nonito is a great athlete,…Continue