Top 10 Pro boxers of 2012 as of January 2012.
History of boxing has some odd results – here are some of them.
Former world boxing champion Oscar de la Hoya has admitted being an alcoholic, addicted to cocaine, and being unfaithful to his wife from the beginning of their relationship. California Boxer has also admitted having thought about suicide.
Mayweather? He is history, except his consistent trash allegation of doped blood, but very recently Pacquiao has been cleared of that.
Top Athletes who Turned Entrepreneurs.
The most desired boxing match up of this generation fizzled out due an unusual demand of one of the fighters. A demand so malicious and too distracting to the other fighter. A baseless demand so smartly concocted that it can distract one’s concentration and destroy one fighter’s extraordinary achievements in the boxing world’s opinion.
Journeymen fighters are the boxers you find on the undercard. Their role isn’t glamorous or well paid but it’s necessary, tough – and unrewarding.
Muhammad Ali and Manny Pacquiao are perhaps two of the greatest boxers of all time. Who is the better boxer between them?
Many boxers want to risk losing and be beaten black-and-blue just to get big money fighting Manny Pacquiao. And there is this one top fighter who are very qualified and as skilled but is afraid to risk getting his first ever lost. Here’s how to beat the world’s no.1 Pound-for-Pound fighter and find out why one fighter is hesitant to fight him.
Mayweather is aching for Pacquiao but still insists on random drug testing before the fight. However, Pacquiao agrees to the idea of testing their blood immediately after the fight. Isn’t that a better idea?