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Boxing and poker – maybe a start on something new?

Even though both sports are known for intense action and rough characters, boxing and poker aren’t usually combined. This didn’t stop Gus Hansen (known as one of the biggest full tilt poker names)and Danish poker pro Theo Jorgensen from duking it out. Both know as skilled poker players in both the online poker and live tournament circuit, did quite well as shown in the video.


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On the Move: MaxBoxing World Rankings

By Derek Bonnett (image by © icheehuahua, MaxBoxing): As most fans, I imagine, I like free boxing. I am not talking about free seats in press row either, but, take it from me, that’s the way to go. No, I am talking about TV viewership. Boxing on ABC, NBC, USA, and ESPN was great an available on your basic cable packages. HBO and Showtime cost a small monthly fee, but might as well be free since I am paying for a larger package including movies and great dramatic series. Pay-Per-View sounds cool, On the Move: MaxBoxing World Rankings

On the Move: SecondsOut World Rankings

By Derek Bonnett: After looking forward to this week’s Showtime triple header at UIC Pavilion in Chicago, Illinois, USA (a card I considered flying out to from Connecticut to attend), I was left with both feelings of disappointment and great relief. Disappointed that the favored fighters failed to put forth division shaping performances, but relieved I did not spring the few hundred dollars it would have likely cost me to book a flight and hotel. Both Andrezj Fonfara and Tomoki Kameda put forth On the Move: SecondsOut World Rankings

Ivan Morales: “I want our family name to be immortal”

Anson Wainwright: In the late-1990s/early-2000s, Erik Morales was one of the best fighters on the planet, winning several world titles and his lesser-known brother, Diego... Ivan Morales: “I want our family name to be immortal”
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Boxing News Headlines for Sept 6 - 2013

All the news u can eat! Boxing News Headlines for Sept 6 - 2013
Boxing News Headlines for June 11 - 2013

Boxing News Headlines for June 11 - 2013

75 + News articles. Boxing News Headlines for June 11 - 2013
Singwancha: "I will knock Kono out"

Singwancha: "I will knock Kono out"

Anson Wainwright: On New Year’s Eve, Tepparith Singwancha (also known as Kokietgym) heads to Japan for his fourth consecutive fight when he defends his WBA super flyweight... Singwancha: "I will knock Kono out"
  On the Move: SecondsOut World Rankings 5/20/12

On the Move: SecondsOut World Rankings 5/20/12

By Derek Bonnett: Boxing’s best remained on the move as some serious changes unfolded in the SecondsOut world rankings. A former champion moved up in weight to regain a SecondsOut ranking. A newly crowned champion made his first defense to establish some stability in his division and one of boxing’s most avoided contenders punctuated his case for a world title shot.   On the Move: SecondsOut World Rankings 5/20/12
The 2011 Preview Review: Part One

The 2011 Preview Review: Part One

Martin Mulcahey: It is time for the year-end ritual of analyzing my 2011 Preview, an annual act that fluctuates wildly between self-abuse and... The 2011 Preview Review: Part One

2011: Boxing Heaven or near-Dead End like 2010?...Part One

By Marty Mulcahey: I am a contrarian; which means instead of looking back upon a below-average 2010, I chose to look ahead to what should be a stellar year for boxing below the heavyweight division. Getting a jump on the competition allows me to claim all other boxing writers are ripping off my opinions and predictions as well...at least the few I get right... 2011: Boxing Heaven or near-Dead End like 2010?...Part One

The 2010 K9 Awards: Part Two

By Steve Kim: OK, we’ve taken a short hiatus from the proceedings and it’s time to return to the prestigious K9 Awards where we highlight the spectacular, the sublime and the ridiculous that took place the past year in the sport of boxing. So without further ado... The 2010 K9 Awards: Part Two
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The Japanese Koki Monster

The Japanese Koki Monster

Colorful, brash, outspoken, and possessed of an arrogance that is on constant display in or out of the ring. Koki Kameda embodies everything Japanese culture reviles, think of Kameda as a Naseem Hamed persona on steroids. Kameda’s title winning performance drew an incredible 42 percent of the nation’s television audience, and he has garnered near Ali like admiration and vilification. Sadly, when Brian Viloria hit a speed bump named Omar Nino, any chance of American audiences seeing K The Japanese Koki Monster
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