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Another classic Chris Martin victory in 2010 Coors Light Boxing Series

At this point in his career, Christopher Martin’s confidence level is sky high. Photo: Jim Wyatt Once again the Four Points by Sheraton, San Diego crowd was treated to an amazing performance by Christopher “The San Diego Kid” Martin as he successfully defended his California Super Bantamweight Title. His opponent, Mexicali’s Ruben “Finito” Lopez, hung […]

After 17 years, Hopkins avenges loss to Jones

When they asked Hopkins and Jones to pose face to face they never dreamt they’d go this far. AP Photo/Isaac Brekken Bernard “the Executioner” Hopkins (51-5-1, 32 KOs) finally avenged his May 22, 1993 loss to longtime rival Roy Jones Jr. (54-7, 40 KOs) by winning a unanimous decision, Saturday night at the Mandalay Bay […]

Chris Arreola fights his heart out

Saturday night, September 26, 2009, Chris Arreola gave it all he had but came up short. The fight, scheduled for 12 rounds, was halted by the referee after the 10th round. Simply put, the challenger was taking too many blows to the head. Klitschko continually rocked Arreola with the heavier punches throughout until he finally […]

Answering my critics

After taking so much guff after my last Floyd Mayweather jr./Juan Manuel Marquez boxing article, I feel it’s time to let my critics have a taste of their own medicine and answer back. September 21, 3:43 PM Monty wrote: This author seems very angry. I wonder if he lost money betting on Marquez? Dear Monty, If you had read […]

Latest Boxing news out of San Diego

Friday, July 31, 2009, area boxers were competing at the beautiful Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula. The Fight Card, presented by Gary Shaw Productions and Ringside Ticket, Inc. in conjunction with Showtime’s Showbox: the New Generation, had several familiar faces on hand.  Antonio Tarver, the former light-heavyweight champ and only boxer to twice defeat future […]

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