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Jason Leach

Jason Leach

I was born in Queens NY, but currently reside in Hackensack NJ. Became a diehard boxing fan in the 1980’s watching Sugar Ray Leonard and Mike Tyson.

I’ve enjoyed watching and talking about sports for as long as I can remember. In late 2012 I began to pursue a sports writing career with the Harlem Times. Within a few months I was covering events such as the Big East Tournament and the Adrien Broner vs. Paulie Malignaggi fight at the Barclays Center.

Love boxing because of the Sweet Science, the history of great champions, and knowing at any moment a fight can be over with one punch.

Sunday, 08 December 2013 16:59

Paul Malignaggi wins Battle of Brooklyn

The fight for Brooklyn Pride went to Paulie Malignaggi as he easily defeated Zab Judah, winning via unanimous decision in front of a crowd of 9,363 at the Barclays Center Saturday night.
Tonight's fight between Brooklyn natives Zab Judah and Paulie Malignaggi is an intriguing match-up that can go either way and has fans and pundits debating who will win. 
It's been an unusual last eleven months for Manny Pacquiao.
Wednesday, 23 October 2013 14:22

Bernard Hopkins continues to defy Father Time

By the age of 48 many great boxers have already been inducted into the boxing Hall of Fame.
Wednesday, 09 October 2013 14:29

Tim Bradley fights to silence his critics

It's seldom seen in boxing where an undefeated fighter with 30 wins needs to validate himself as a champion, but that is what's lying ahead for Timothy Bradley as he faces Juan Manuel Marquez on Saturday night in Las Vegas.
After cruising past Canelo Alvarez to reach 45-0, Floyd Mayweather left no doubt that he's still the best boxer pound for pound.
Floyd Mayweather earned a guaranteed 41.5 million dollars and showed why he's the best boxer of his era in his victory over Canelo Alvarez Saturday night.
Barring a one sided victory by Floyd Mayweather tonight, there are several reasons why Mayweather and Canelo could have a rematch.

The biggest fight in recent history is only a few days away.