Terence Crawford stopped Kell Brook in four rounds on Saturday night in what some deemed a step up in competition for him at welterweight. While the win was impressive I thought it obvious Kell Brook is well past his prime and should potentially think about retiring. While the first few rounds were competitive and BrookContinue reading “Terence Crawford stops Kell Brook in round four, looks for big fights next.”
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Terence Crawford versus Kell Brook breakdown
I think this fight will be competitive early on and Brook may even catch Crawford and drop him but as the fight goes on I expect Crawford to come on strong as Brook starts to slow down. Brook has had bad damage to his eyes from previous fights and I think Crawford will be ableContinue reading “Terence Crawford versus Kell Brook breakdown”
My top 10 P4P list (1/10/2020)
This is the first time I’ve created a P4P list but after this i’ll update it every month or so. In the future I may make an extended P4P list up to 20 but for now its just going to be limited to the standard 10 fighters. 1.) Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (53-1-2) : Canelo isContinue reading “My top 10 P4P list (1/10/2020)”
Jose Carlos Ramirez versus Terence Crawford could be soon.
Ramirez and Crawford have been going back and forth with comments calling each other out to fight. Ramirez will be facing Viktor Postol next while Crawford still doesn’t have an opponent scheduled. It was expected that Ramirez would eventually face Josh Taylor for the undisputed Super Light weight championship but its looking more like he’llContinue reading “Jose Carlos Ramirez versus Terence Crawford could be soon.”
Active fighters that will be in the Hall of Fame when they retire.
I think this is an interesting topic as it helps us appreciate the modern greats who are still active now and as a boxing fan its a fun topic to discuss. I think a lot of people in the boxing media like to downplay how good active boxers are and perhaps look with rose tintedContinue reading “Active fighters that will be in the Hall of Fame when they retire.”