by Ted Sares
Frank Maloney crosses over to the other side.
Wlad dominates, but Pulev lurks and Briggs stalks
Wlad considers restraining order on Briggs.
Joshua rises and send a chill through the division.
Martin Murray will be in Monaco and then maybe in mix to get beaten by GGG
Fury wears a mask while Chisora behaves
Solis eats, while Thompson seeks to breaks hips
Lomachenko astounds; Zou Shiming bores
The Dong debuts. No big deal.
Froch seeks that last big payday.
James DeGale offers him 4 million pounds to step in the ring.
Froch says DeGale is not a big enough name.
Warren sues Ricky Burns,
“King Khan” fights Devon “Alexander the Great” in potential Royal bore fest. .
Kessler and Pirog are AWOL
Hopkins trains; Kovalev Krushes
Groves and Lebedev come back. Ruslan regroups
Donaire says goodbye and Vic dims out
Earl’s Court’s Bheki Moyo “moves” his record to 0-70-2
Cecilia Braekhus wins again
So do Ina Menzer, Kid Galahad, Lee Selby, Carl Frampton, Evgeny Gradovitch, Tommy Coyle, and Matt Korobov,
Galahad says he can beat Scott Quigg and Frampton on the same night.
Postol steps aside to avoid going postal
Coyle meets Katsidis and Campbell meets Brizuela at Ice Arena in Hull in hot duo.
Nathan cleverly and Tony Bellew engage in grudge rematch in November.
Brook shocks Shawn Porter for welterweight title, then survives machete attack,
Macklin is at the crossroads –again
Sam Watson annoys; his twin sons annoy more
Haymon deals while Schaefer job hunts
Rafael bellows, Hauser snipes, Max pontificates, but Paulie makes sense
Ted Sares is a private investor who holds a PhD in Business Administration and enjoys writing about boxing. He is a member of Ring 4 Boxing Hall of Fame (Boston) and an active member of Ring 10 (New York). He also is one of the oldest active powerlifters in the world and competes throughout North America under the auspices of the RAW and the Elite Powerlifting Federations