I currently reside in Rome Georgia and have been published as a writer along with being an avid life long fan of the "Sweet Science" chiefly among other sports.
Among my favorite memories as a child include staying up late to watch ESPN and USA network boxing coverage and then watching the big premium weekend fights while visiting my grandparents.
As an adult, I watch all the fights a through z and consider myself somewhat of a modern historian.
My favorite fighters include the late Arturo Gatti, Kostya Tszyu, Evander Holyfield and Manny Pacquiao just to name a few.
I'm excited to see the sport I love back on primetime network t.v. and am optimistic about the future of boxing.
For a fighter whose professional boxing career began in the twilight of the Reagan Administration and who has steadily enhanced his ring acumen and skills since then, Bernard Hopkins somehow remains underrated and relatively underappreciated among those outside the pugilistic cognoscenti.
On May 2nd 2015, boxing's longtime pound-for-pound king Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Filipino icon Manny Pacquiao headlined the most lucrative fight card in the history of the sport.
Premier Boxing Champions debuts on Bounce TV on Sunday, August 2 with its new monthly series, 'PBC – The Next Round.'
At 50 years of age and coming off the first lopsided loss of his illustrious 27 year career, many are urging fight legend Bernard Hopkins to retire.
Various sources are reporting that the World Boxing Organization (WBO) is set to strip undefeated 147 and 154 lb. kingpin Floyd Mayweather Jr. of its version of the welterweight title.
An IBF Welterweight title eliminator bout between Diego Chaves (23-2-1, 19 KOs) and Devon Alexander (26-3, 14 KOs) has been agreed upon at IBF headquarters thus avoiding a purse bid.
With the much-anticipated launch of network TV's new hit Premier Boxing Champions, the long time mega fight between all-time legends Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao finally coming to fruition, the return of top Pound for Pound stars Miguel Cotto and Andre Ward, and the emergence of a new generation of stars led by ultra exciting sluggers Sergey Kovalev and 'GGG' Gennady Golovkin, the first half of 2015 has seen no shortage of excitement for the Sweet Science.
In the wake of Timothy Bradley Jr's thrilling yet controversial unanimous decision victory over 140 lb titleholder Jessie Vargas, what is next for the new interim WBO welterweight champion?