Pro Boxing


2010 California Boxing Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies

As in past years the intent of Saturday’s California Boxing Hall of Fame luncheon at the Sportmen’s Lodge in Studio City was to honor the boxing community’s top contributors and like the celebrated stars of Motion Pictures who get their star emblazoned on the nearby Hollywood walk of fame, the 2010 Hall of Fame inductees […]

Fearless predictions by Priest “Tiger” Smalls

“This is the first of what I hope will be a long run of weekend predictions that are right on the money,” so says Priest “Tiger” Smalls, the former WBO NABO featherweight title holder. “The Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (40-0-1, 30 KO’s) versus John Duddy (29-1-0, 18 KO’s) fight this weekend is really a no-brainer. Chavez Jr. will be the victor, regardless […]

Pacquiao/Mayweather thriller still a ways off. What if?

Insiders have said, ‘It’s just a matter of when.’ When Manny Pacquaio consents to handing over a bigger purse or the larger financial guarantee and agrees to extensive blood letting, then and only then, will Floyd Mayweather Jr. from his perch on high consent to taking the fight of the century. Since Pacquiao has always […]

Lopez inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame

International Boxing Hall of Fame and Museum in Canastota, NY celebrated their newest class of inductees into their Hall. Living inductees included light flyweight champion Jung-Koo Chang (South Korea), featherweight champion Danny “Little Red” Lopez (USA), manager Shelly Finkel (USA), referee and commissioner Larry Hazzard (USA), promoter Wilfried Sauerland (Germany), matchmaker Bruce Trampler (USA) and […]

Undercard outshines main event at San Diego Boxing Show

Many times you hear fight fans talk up a fight that was on the undercard of some major clash. Friday evening at the Four Points by Sheraton Hotel in San Diego, the Lester “El Cubanito” Gonzalez versus Ibrahiem “the Almighty” King was such a bout. Without question it surpassed the main event in drama. It offered […]

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