qtrjuicenchips asked: Hey! I found your Instagram haha by accident saw your comment on a boxing IG 😊
Haha really? Nice! :)
Haha really? Nice! :)
I’ve teamed up with another boxing fan and friend, Krystyna to work on her boxing site called The Purple Corner that will give you original photos, videos, and articles provided by me and her. We’re working hard to give the fans the content that they want to see, go check it out. And also follow @ThePurpleCorner on Twitter :)
Mayweather vs. Canelo promo tour Chicago!
Hi i am from Paris love boxing and appreciate your blog i spend a part of this night on it. Now i am just posting this to ask why there is not articles on old fights ? Or old boxers ezzard charles joe walcott ??
Wow thank you! Are you asking me why is there not any articles of old fights that I have posted? Or just in general?
If you’re wondering why I haven’t posted on older fights it’s simply because I have a lot more to learn about fighters of that era. I’m not sure what I could really write about other than the difference between the fighters of today and the fighters of Ezzard Charles and Joe Walcott’s era.
If you’re speaking just in general, I think the main reason why there aren’t as many articles on old fighters is because I don’t think there is much of a demand to hear about them. But they’re definitely are some articles out there about them if you do your research.
Honestly i was rooting for Trout, just because I like big upsets lol. But I’m not surprised at the outcome. I do think the fight was closer in the cards than the judges saw it but I do agree that he lost. I’m not very good at predictions but I don’t think Guererro will last past the 6th round. But once again, I’m secretly rooting for an upset because that’s just how I roll. haha
As long as the fight is worth watching, It doesn’t matter to me who wins. Great fights > great fighters in my opinion.
This is an article I did for East Side Boxing on Andre Ward and the World Boxing Council decision to strip him of his belt. Go check it out!
Hey everyone! I decided to make a Prose and Pugilism boxing IG account. I thought it would be fun way to connect to more boxing fans! Be sure to follow it! @ProseAndPugilism
Nonito Donaire vs. Guillermo Rigondeaux tonight at on HBO 11 P.M EST
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Knockout (KO) Unanimous Decision (UD) Split Decision (SD) or Draw?
49 years ago today on February 25th, 1964, 22 year old Cassius Clay defeats Sonny Liston to win the world heavyweight title.
Clay comes out to meet Liston and Liston starts to retreat,
if Liston goes back an inch farther he’ll end up in a ringside seat.
Clay swings with his left, Clay swings with his right,
Look at young Cassius carry the fight
Liston keeps backing, but there’s not enough room,
It’s a matter of time till Clay lowers the boom.
Now Clay lands with a right,
What a beautiful swing, and the punch raises the Bear clean out of the ring.
Liston is still rising and the ref wears a frown,
For he can’t start counting till Sonny goes down.
Now Liston is disappearing from view,
The crowd is going frantic,
But radar stations have picked him up,
Somewhere over the Atlantic.
Who would have thought when they came to the fight?
That they’d witness the launching of a human satellite.
Yes the crowd did not dream, when they put up the money,
That they would see a total eclipse of the Sonny.— Cassius Clay