Category Archives: boxing

The Biggest Current Problem with WWE’s Product

I know. The WWE is not a sport. It is “entertainment” and not to be taken as a sport. But let’s take a look at the WWE as if it were a sport. Let‘s take a look at Al Michaels … Continue reading

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Boxing Preview 3-26-11

Wandsbek, Hamburg, Germany Alexander Dimitrenko (30-1) vs. Albert Sosnowski (46-3-1) Looks like Germany is going to be putting forth a nice night. Sosnowski is ranked higher in the world but Dimitrenko is the top-ranked German heavyweight. Dimitrenko is 4 for … Continue reading

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Who Really Deserves the WWE Hall of Fame?

With the induction of Drew Carey into the WWE Hall of Fame, most of us are embarrassed to call that a legitimate Hall-of-Fame. But let’s be honest. It’s not a Hall-of-Fame for the wrestlers. It’s a wing for the celebrities. … Continue reading

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Boxing Preview 3-11-11

Should be a nice night of fighting. If you can, go out and support your local boxers. Polanco, Distrito Federal, Mexico Simona Galassi (14-0-1, 1 NC) vs. Mariana Juarez (27-5-3) When it comes to momentum, Juarez has not lost since … Continue reading

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Boxing Preview 3-7-11

Japan is putting together a nice card on Monday night at legendary Korakuen Hall. Junichiro Kaneda (21-4-1) vs. Yuichi Hamanaka (12-8) This is a 2-star fight according to http://www.boxrec.com. Both fighters are fighting in their hometown, so no one gets … Continue reading

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Boxing Preview 2-16-11

Wednesday, February the 16th, brings us some nice boxing action. Three two-star fights according to http://www.boxrec.com. Neuquen, Neuquen, Argentina Billi Facundo Godoy (19-0) vs. Sergio Jose Sanders (17-4-2) Godoy is 19-0, 3 consecutive stoppages. 10 of his opponents had a … Continue reading

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Boxeo en Panamá 2-10-11

So now that I fooled you with my Spanish title, at the recommendation of my Spanish professors, I have decided to write this in English. My hometown is hosting a great night of boxing. (By my hometown, I was born … Continue reading

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