Mayweather’s Strategy to Stay on Top of Manny Pacquiao Without a Fight

Mayweather’s Strategy to Stay on Top of Manny Pacquiao Without a Fight

Published on June 25, 2011 by Jeremy Mailman

Pacquiao is the world’s no.1 P4P fighter and BWAA’s Fighter of the Decade. Mayweather says he is not and points out his past losses. Pacquiao won belts in eight different weight divisions, an all-time hard-to-beat world record. Mayweather says he’s on PEDs without proof. Pacquiao files a defamation lawsuit against him. Mayweather defies the law by not attending the deposition. Pacquiao won fights despite the odds against him. The Mayweathers say he’s one-dimensional. Pacquiao became a respected congressman and hero of his people. Mayweather call him names. Why is Floyd doing all these?

Floyd Out of P4P List, Pacquiao Fame Soars More

Floyd Out of P4P List, Pacquiao Fame Soars More

Published on May 3, 2011 by Jeremy Mailman

The Bible of Boxing “Ring Magazine” just dropped Floyd Mayweather Jr. from their Pound-for-Pound list due to his boxing inactivity for one year. And the other P4P lists of prominent boxing news media are expected to follow suit. Floyd’s name being scratched out of the prominent list would make Pacquiao’s fame to soar more.

Shane Mosley: First American to Beat Manny Pacquiao

Shane Mosley: First American to Beat Manny Pacquiao

Published on May 3, 2011 by Jeremy Mailman

International boxing is also a fight for pride of one’s home country. On May 7, 2011, Saturday, another American boxer will try to bring home that pride to his home country by fighting an Asian who is now the world’s no. one fighter in Manny Pacquiao. Can Sugar Shane Mosley be the first American to defeat Manny Pacquiao of the Philippines?

The Last Emperor Loses Second Straight

The Last Emperor Loses Second Straight

Published on February 13, 2011 by Steve Weitzner

StrikeForce 2011 MMA Grand Prix tournament results from the frist event.

Mayweather vs. Pacquiao: The Fight Has Begun

Mayweather vs. Pacquiao: The Fight Has Begun

Published on May 31, 2010 by Jeremy Mailman

The most anticipated boxing match of the decade already started with false accusations, unusual demands, trash talks and self-serving pre-fight maneuverings.

Boxing Rants: Rivalries in The Sport

Boxing Rants: Rivalries in The Sport

Published on March 3, 2010 by Christopher Cruz

Opinion Column on Current Events in Boxing.

The All-Time Los Angeles Lakers Team

The All-Time Los Angeles Lakers Team

Published on June 23, 2009 by DerekH

Derek Hart lists his roster of who he feels are the all-time greatest Lakers in the history of the NBA’s latest champions.