By Fred Garvin on Friday, September 25, 2020
After 10 hours of mediation where Team Canelo, Golden Boy, and DAZN spoke to one another through a third party, we have the terms of a new offer that was submitted by DAZN to retain the services of boxing's cash cow. Despite the imploring of hired PR representatives masquerading as boxing journalists that Canelo's side should give in, a look under the surface reveals who this offer truly benefits.
By AC on Wednesday, September 23, 2020
PBC set out 5 years ago on an experiment. They invested heavily in the 154 pound division and at long last we will see the fruits of their labor. The last two guys left standing are Jermell Charlo and Jeison Rosario. The question is, how did we get here?
By Babajide Sotande-Peters on Sunday, August 23, 2020
It only takes a second in heavyweight boxing, and that is all Alexander Povetkin needed to debunk one of the division’s biggest myths
By on Friday, August 21, 2020
Regis Prograis and Maurice Hooker are leaving behind DAZN and heading over to PBC. Both Prograis and Hooker set their sights on potential showdowns with the deep stable of welterweights.
By on Tuesday, August 18, 2020
John Skipper and DAZN believed that being the first to attempt a Netflix-style, all-you-can-eat sports streaming service in the US meant they would corner the market. Less than 24 months after their initial launch, are they any closer to their goal from where they were a couple of summers ago?
By on Thursday, July 30, 2020
The Sunday Puncher crew previews all 9 fight cards on Showtime’s docket
By on Monday, July 27, 2020
Showtime and PBC break a 4 month silence and announce their slate of fights for the rest of 2020. The schedule features 9 cards with 10 world title fights.
By on Monday, June 29, 2020
Boxing is back in full swing... at least from the Top Rank side of things and we've seen the full gamut of fights. From heavyweights struggling through 6 rounders to one of the most promising young fighters in all of boxing.
By on Monday, June 15, 2020
Twice a year (usually) the boxing world holds their breath as we await who the team of Canelo Alvarez will choose as the lucky contestant in the Canelo game show. Any fighter capable of remotely making whatever weight class Canelo chooses start moving their chess pieces on the board looking to position themselves for a fight. Promotional differences and boxing politics are cast aside as Alvarez and his massive financial influence speak a universal language capable of breaking down the barriers that normally preclude fights from being made.
By on Wednesday, June 10, 2020
The insidious reality which shrouds criticism of Joshua’s involvement in the recent Black Lives Matter protests