Profiles


Ali from I am the Greatest to Yes, you were

That’s Boxing! You go from “I am the Greatest!” to “At one time, I was pretty darn good!” In 1965, at their annual Sports Dinner, Sport Magazine recognized Muhammad Ali, the Heavyweight Champion of the World as their top performer in Boxing and the publication had Jim Brown, the former top NFL Running Back there to […]

Our local Boxing Community

Brandon Adams Saul “Canelo” Alvarez Sindy Amador Born July 13, 1984, the 5′ tall Sindy Amador of Riverside, Calif. (12-1-1, 1 KO) has a record of (2-1) vs local boxers, (0-1) versus Jolene Blackshear and (2-0) versus Amaris Quintana. Her commendable record, due to a strategy of outworking opponents, has worked 85.71% of the time. […]

So Cal’s lady faire: Gabriela Fundora back in action

19-year-old Gabriela “Sweet Poison” Fundora (already 2-0) returns to action tomorrow night in Tijuana, taking on Mexico’s Karol Mazariegos (1-0-1, 1 KO) in a super flyweight four-rounder to open festivities at the Najera Boxing Promotions’ event at their Round 13 function at the Big Punch Arena. The younger sister of world-ranked super welterweight contender Sebastian “Towering Inferno” […]

Former Heavyweight Champion’s message is clear

         At this time, Andy Ruiz Jr.’s message is cyrstal clear: “I couldn’t get any more serious about the return of those Championship belts.”

With Edwards’ win, United Kingdom adds another Champion to their list

As in the United States and Mexico, boxing is extremely popular in the United Kingdom. The proof in the pudding? Sunny “Showtime” Edwards’ registered scores of (118-111, 120-108 and 115-113) when registering his unanimous decision victory over Moruti Mthalane of South Africa, who’s record now drops to (39-3). Like his brother and father before him, […]

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