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Top 5 Richest Boxers of Boxing

Top 5 Richest Boxers of Boxing

As last year is officially over, and the New Year is among us - Cheers! to all. In a news wire find (on our home page here at Dog House), I came across some interesting numbers as posted by International Business Times, pertaining to the richest boxers of last year. So who came out the richest?... Top 5 Richest Boxers of Boxing

MaxBoxing's Fighter of the Year for 2014 is…

By John J. Raspanti: There were a lot of great candidates for MaxBoxing’s Fighter of the Year. Such as... Terence Crawford (25-0, 17 KOs) had a phenomenal 2014. In March, Crawford, of Omaha, Neb., traveled to Glasgow, Scotland to defeat hometown hero Ricky Burns. He returned to Omaha three months later and stopped talented Yuriorkis Gamboa in the ninth round of a thrilling bout. Gennady Golovkin (31-0, 28 KOs) rolled through 2014 by… MaxBoxing's Fighter of the Year for 2014 is…
Oscar on why Floyd Jr is ducking Khan

Oscar on why Floyd Jr is ducking Khan

Regarding Amir Khan’s latest outing, Boxing Promoter Oscar De La Hoya in this new video, says: "I would say it was his best performance (vs. Devon Alexander) and his most dominant performance of Amir Khan’s career. He fought an elite fighter, a southpaw, a guy who toyed with Marcos Maidana, which had the fight of his life with Mayweather."... Oscar on why Floyd Jr is ducking Khan
The Barbershop – December 30th, 2014

The Barbershop – December 30th, 2014

By Allan Scotto: Happy Tuesday fans! Welcome to this week’s edition of “The Barbershop,” a column designed to give you a forum to speak your mind about our question(s) of the week or any boxing-related issue you would like to comment on. We welcome and appreciate your participation, so take a minute; scroll down and leave your comment below. Now on to today’s question(s)... Recently, when asked how to improve judging in boxing, Teddy Atlas suggested, among a number of... The Barbershop – December 30th, 2014
Rahman Bros Sue Floyd Mayweather

Rahman Bros Sue Floyd Mayweather

A fight to the death? Was it basically human cock-fighting? In this new video, the legendary Ray ‘Boom Boom’ Mancini and veteran boxing scribe Steve "K9" Kim discuss the Rahman Bros. suing Floyd Mayweather Jr... Rahman Bros Sue Floyd Mayweather
Is Al Haymon Good or Bad? Answer...

Is Al Haymon Good or Bad? Answer...

Is Haymon good or bad for boxing? A fair question, right? This top panel discusses the pros and cons of one of the biggest boxing promoters, Al Haymon. You don’t want to miss out on this one, as It’s a hot topic on an interesting man (Haymon)... Is Al Haymon Good or Bad? Answer...
The fighter of the year is...

The fighter of the year is...

Who’s the fighter of the year? Do you want some answers from some true boxing experts? In this brand new video, you’ll get it... The fighter of the year is...
Top 10 P4P Boxing World Ranks

Top 10 P4P Boxing World Ranks

Pound for pound lists, everyone’s got one... So as the year is set to end, here is the latest Top 10 P4P world boxing ranks by Jeff Powell for the Daily Mail... Top 10 P4P Boxing World Ranks
Top 10 P4P British Boxing Ranks

Top 10 P4P British Boxing Ranks

In Jeff Powell’s (Daily Mail) latest updated Top 10 UK pound for pound best in boxing list, Carl Froch sits in the top spot. Amir Khan takes the 2nd spot, while his rival, Kell Brook takes in 3rd... Top 10 P4P British Boxing Ranks
Naoya Inoue defeats Omar Narvaez

Naoya Inoue defeats Omar Narvaez

In boxing action on Tuesday in Tokyo, Japan, Naoya Inoue (115lbs.) remained undefeated and gained the WBO super flyweight title in a short fight that saw Omar Narvaez (114.5lbs.) knocked out in the 2nd round... Naoya Inoue defeats Omar Narvaez
Cotto-Canelo? Need fingers crossed

Cotto-Canelo? Need fingers crossed

Miguel Cotto vs. Saul Canelo Alvarez , how confident is HBO that this fight will happen? It’s a fight that is generating tons of interest, so it’s a fair question to ask Ken Hershman (Head of HBO Boxing), and that is exactly what Michael Rosenthal (Ring Magazine) asked in a recent interview... Cotto-Canelo? Need fingers crossed
Canelo - Is he really that important?

Canelo - Is he really that important?

SHOWTIME has Floyd Mayweather Jr. as their showcase fighter. Not bad. HBO Boxing, they got Manny Pacquiao... that’s pretty impressive also. Pacman and Money are set to be leaving soon - So what about the future? HBO is banking on Saul "Canelo" Alvarez. Let’s face it... can’t blame ’em! I too am expecting big things from Canelo... Canelo - Is he really that important?

MaxBoxing's 2014 knockout of the year is…

By John J. Raspanti: Oh, the knockout, the most dramatic outcome in boxing. It can happen without warning. It’s akin to being broadsided by a bus. One battered fighter is left prone on the floor while the winner, rejoices near his fallen foe. While picking the knockout of the year can be challenging, three fights come to mind. Heavyweight contender Amir Mansour has the kind of power that can knock a house down. Most know his story. Mansour lost eight years of his career in prison. In 2010, MaxBoxing's 2014 knockout of the year is…
50 Cent rips & disses Jay-Z / Video

50 Cent rips & disses Jay-Z / Video

I won’t sit here and pretend I like 50 Cent’ gangsta rap, nor will I ever think he is a scary tough thug. Some may like his music, some may even fear the man... but that is just ridiculous on both accounts. I don’t hate the guy, just not a fan of his music and how he promotes himself. With 50 Cent calling himself a boxing promoter these days, I read he has a bit of a beef with Jay-Z (also from the music industry) who is throwing his hat into the boxing ring (as a boxing 50 Cent rips & disses Jay-Z / Video
CNN's Promoter of The Year is...

CNN's Promoter of The Year is...

With the end of the year ringing in, there are a lot of awards to pass around. Some of them are even worth mentioning, such as the case with Chris Mannix of Sports Illustrated (CNN.com) and his choice for Boxing promoter of the year. Mannix’s choice for Boxing Promoter of the Year... CNN's Promoter of The Year is...
Yahoo' Boxing Man of The Year is...

Yahoo' Boxing Man of The Year is...

There are a lot of Best year end awards to pass out. Some of them are even worth mentioning, such as the case for Kevin Iole of Yahoo Sports and his top pick for Boxing’s Man of The Year. Iole’s pick for man of the year... Yahoo' Boxing Man of The Year is...
Prospect Of The Year: Oscar Valdez

Prospect Of The Year: Oscar Valdez

By Derek Bonnett: The line between Prospect and Contender is often blurred. There is no clear cut formula equating rounds, bouts, performance, and quality of opposition that can be applied to a specified rubric to assess a budding fighter’s status. The move from prospect to contender status in essence is an arrival. Sometimes it is an anticipated one and under other circumstances it can be quite the party-crashing event. In 2014, the world of boxing witnessed the development of copious Prospect Of The Year: Oscar Valdez

Knockout Of The Year: Andy Lee KO 5 John Jackson

By William Wade: Any generic trawl of youtube containing the words ‘boxing’ and ‘knockout’ will reveal a plethora of the greatest fight-stopping punches of the cinematic era. Almost every list will contain the ‘Suzy Q’ right hand of Rocky Marciano crashing into Jersey Joe Walcott’s jaw, leaving him crumbling on the ropes. You will also most likely see Marvin Hagler’s desperate attack in the third round of a frantic battle with Tommy Hearns come to fruition as he catches the original Hitman on Knockout Of The Year: Andy Lee KO 5 John Jackson

Ask Gerry Cooney – December 26th, 2014

Compiled by Allan Scotto: Hey, fans! Welcome to “Ask Gerry Cooney,” where you get to ask former heavyweight contender “Gentleman” Gerry Cooney any boxing-related question you’d like. Your questions for Gerry’s review will be featured at Maxboxing.com every week. Each week, Gerry will answer as many of your questions as he can on the Sirius XM radio show “Friday Night at The Fights,” which Gerry co-hosts with Randy “The Commish” Gordon, former Chairman of the New York State Athletic Commission... Ask Gerry Cooney – December 26th, 2014

From 2000 Olympics, Calvin Brock Now Raising Rooftops

By Ken Hissner and Calvin Brock: 2000 Olympian Calvin “The Boxing Banker” Brock had a very successful amateur career (147-38) and represented the USA at the Sydney Games! He won his first twenty-nine fights as a professional to earn a title fight with IBF world champion Wladimir Klitschko at Madison Square Garden in November of 2006 getting stopped in seven rounds. Brock posted a pair of wins in 2007 and in November of 2007 met Eddie Chambers in an elimination bout losing by split decision. In From 2000 Olympics, Calvin Brock Now Raising Rooftops
Top 5 Fighters Fans Love to Hate

Top 5 Fighters Fans Love to Hate

Hate, loathe and despise are actually strong words when it comes to describing your feelings on certain fighters, but, there are fans around the world who garner such thoughts when it comes to the ones they do not root for. In reality, they root against particular fighters for various reasons. Here are five fighters that the boxing world loves to hate on, and I guess I have hated on them a time or too as well... Top 5 Fighters Fans Love to Hate
Arum's excuse "Bull Sh!t" says Floyd Jr

Arum's excuse "Bull Sh!t" says Floyd Jr

"People say that Bob Arum is in the way. That’s the difference between me (pause)... and Pacquiao. I’m in control, when I say ’I’m ready to go’, I’m ready to go. Pacquiao fights when Bob Arum tells him he has to fight," says boxing’s pound for pound (P4P) King, Floyd Mayweather in this new video exclusive... Arum's excuse "Bull Sh!t" says Floyd Jr
5 Good Guys of Boxing: B.Henderson

5 Good Guys of Boxing: B.Henderson

Benny Henderson: Throughout the years with being involved in the boxing business, I have come across all sorts of characters. Looking from the inside out you get to see the dark side of the business, something that the average fan can only speculate. But, with the fighters, writers, promoters, trainers, managers, PR personal etc., I have met some wonderful people. And here are some of the good guys that I have met in the boxing world, and the reasons why I like them... 5 Good Guys of Boxing: B.Henderson

Stevenson flattens Sukhotsky in Five

By John J. Raspant: A disappointing 2014 ended on a high note Friday night for Adonis Stevenson. The defending WBC light heavyweight champion, who many thought would fight WBO champion Sergey Kovalev this year, knocked out overmatched Russian Dmitry Sukhotsky with a perfect left at the Pepsi Coliseum in Quebec City, Canada. The time was 2:42 seconds of round five. The bout got off to a slow start... Stevenson flattens Sukhotsky in Five
Joshua And Saunders Headline April 4 Card In Newcastle

Joshua And Saunders Headline April 4 Card In Newcastle

Bradley Saunders and Anthony Joshua will headline a huge show at the Metro Radio Arena as Matchroom bring live Sky Sports boxing to Newcastle on April 4. Joshua And Saunders Headline April 4 Card In Newcastle
Ask Gerry Cooney – December 18th, 2014

Ask Gerry Cooney – December 18th, 2014

Allan Scotto: Hey, fans! Welcome to “Ask Gerry Cooney,” where you get to ask former heavyweight contender “Gentleman” Gerry Cooney any boxing-related question you’d like... Ask Gerry Cooney – December 18th, 2014

More heartbreak for warrior Herrera

By John J. Raspanti: As he heard his opponent announced the winner, Mauricio Herrera didn’t blink. For even though he threw, and landed, more punches, and was consistently busier during the course of his 12-round bout with Jose Benavidez, Herrera had a sense of déjà vu as he waited for the decision. Last July, Herrera faced WBC, WBA, and The Ring junior welterweight champion Danny Garcia in the defending titleholders’ homeland of Puerto Rico. Herrera used movement, and his best weapon--his jab-- More heartbreak for warrior Herrera
HBO to help Canelo dethrone Floyd

HBO to help Canelo dethrone Floyd

Hispanic boxing fans are the best. They are vocal, they are supportive and they turn out in droves for their Mexican fighting heroes. Absolutely nothing wrong with that, and let’s face it, boxing is so much better off because of them. So wouldn’t it be great for a Mexican fighter to take back the Cinco De Mayo and September Mexican holiday dates from the non-Mexican, Floyd Mayweather?... HBO to help Canelo dethrone Floyd
The Barbershop – December 17th, 2014

The Barbershop – December 17th, 2014

Allan Scotto: Welcome to this week’s edition of “The Barbershop,” a column designed to give you a forum to speak your mind about our question(s) of the week or any boxing-related issue... The Barbershop – December 17th, 2014

Debutant Watch: Carl Chadwick

By Jon Briggs: This instalment of MaxBoxing / Secondsout.com’s Debutant Watch series returns to Hull, England to feature Carl Chadwick. Carl is a true sportsman who has competed at a high standard in Football, Cross Country and swimming before turning his hand to boxing. The 33 year old light-welterweight is trained by former British title challenger Peter Waudby and will make his debut on Saturday night at the City Hall in Hull. Carl has been matched against Matt Seawright over four rounds... Debutant Watch: Carl Chadwick

On the Move: December SecondsOut World Rankings

By Derek Bonnett: Typically, I reserve this space in my weekly On the Move column for a single thought. Usually, by the week’s end there is something burning on my mind that I just have to get out in the open regardless of the popularity of my comments. This week, as the end of 2014 draws near, I happen to have a lot I would like to get off my chest and felt the best method of delivery would be to just let it all hang out there for better or for worse, structure be damned. So, here are just a On the Move: December SecondsOut World Rankings
Hatton on why Amir can beat Floyd

Hatton on why Amir can beat Floyd

In this brand new exclusive from our good friends at HustleBoss.com, it’s iconic boxing legend, Ricky Hatton! HustleBoss has the camera rolling giving you access - step inside of the 52nd Annual WBC Convention at the Mirage in Las Vegas, Nevada. In this clip, Ricky... Hatton on why Amir can beat Floyd
Don King: "This man is next Mike Tyson..."

Don King: "This man is next Mike Tyson..."

Who’s the next Mike Tyson? In this new video exclusive from Radio Rahim, legendary boxing promoter Don King says the next "Iron" Mike is WBC Heavyweight Champion... Don King: "This man is next Mike Tyson..."

Khan uses his quickness to dominate Alexander

By John J. Raspanti: Did Amir Khan hit the Floyd Mayweather jackpot Saturday night at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada? Only time will tell, but Khan (30-3, 19 KOs) could be the frontrunner after winning a dazzling 12-round unanimous decision over the capable Devon Alexander. The scores were 119-109, 118-110 and 120-108. Maxboxing and Doghouseboxing had Khan winning 119-109. Khan, who hasn’t held a world title in over two years, jabbed well in the opening stanza. He stung Alexander... Khan uses his quickness to dominate Alexander
Lara outclasses Smith over 12

Lara outclasses Smith over 12

John J. Raspanti: Erislandry Lara proved pretty quickly Friday night why he is one of the best fighters in the world. The Cuban star used angles and reach to easily outpoint former IBF... Lara outclasses Smith over 12
Ask Gerry Cooney – December 13th, 2014

Ask Gerry Cooney – December 13th, 2014

By Allan Scotto: Hey, fans! Welcome to “Ask Gerry Cooney,” where you get to ask former heavyweight contender “Gentleman” Gerry Cooney any boxing-related question... Ask Gerry Cooney – December 13th, 2014
The Career Highlights of David Haye

The Career Highlights of David Haye

The professional boxer David Haye, also known as The Hayemaker, is one of Britain’s most distinguished athletes of the last decade. The London-born 6’3’’ giant has won Cruiserweight and Heavyweight world championships with a record of 26-2 and 24 knockouts The Career Highlights of David Haye
Pacman names his 2 Big Fights for 2015

Pacman names his 2 Big Fights for 2015

Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao has two names for his 2015 boxing wish list. Recently quoted on The Telegraph (a British news publication), Pacquiao named Floyd Mayweather Jr. (of course) and the other fighter he wishes to meet in the ring... Pacman names his 2 Big Fights for 2015
Khan denies vicious Pacquiao rumor

Khan denies vicious Pacquiao rumor

Amir Khan is denying the vicious rumor started by his former Boxing trainer, Freddie Roach that Manny Pacquiao knocked him out during sparring... Khan denies vicious Pacquiao rumor
The Barbershop – December 11, 2014

The Barbershop – December 11, 2014

By Allan Scotto: Welcome to this week’s edition of “The Barbershop,” a column designed to give you a forum to speak your mind about our question(s) of the week or any boxing-related... The Barbershop – December 11, 2014
Mayweather chasing Marciano's Record

Mayweather chasing Marciano's Record

It’s the epic record everyone talks about and few have close to even matching. We’re talking about Rocky Marciano’s perfect boxing record of 49-0. In this new interview by HustleBoss.com Floyd Mayweather Sr. gives his thoughts on whether his son Floyd Jr. should continue fighting to break Rocky Marciano’s ’49-0’ record. Mayweather chasing Marciano's Record
De La Hoya: "It really rubs me wrong!"

De La Hoya: "It really rubs me wrong!"

The thing that rubs boxing promoter Oscar De La Hoya the wrong way is how his fighter Amir Khan has been treated with countless broken promises. De La Hoya is upset that promised bouts against the likes... De La Hoya: "It really rubs me wrong!"
Zab Judah's views on Khan v Alexander

Zab Judah's views on Khan v Alexander

"That’s definitely going to be a boxing match," says Zab Judah regarding Amir Khan vs. Devon Alexander. In this recent video interview conducted by Chris Robinson (HustleBoss.com), he speaks with Judah. The topic of discussion: Khan vs. Alexander. This fight is set for Saturday at The MGM Grand in Vegas... Zab Judah's views on Khan v Alexander

Debutant Watch: Charlie Schofield

By Jon Briggs: The latest edition of Debutant Watch makes the trip to Manchester, England to feature Charlie Schofield. The 21 year old Cruiserweight prospect is a former Junior ABA champion who is turning over under the guidance of experienced trainer Bobby Rimmer. Charlie will make his debut on a Steve Wood promoted fight card at the Sports Centre, Oldham on Saturday 13thDecember in a four round bout... Debutant Watch: Charlie Schofield
Hopkins retiring!? Bernard says...

Hopkins retiring!? Bernard says...

Boxing without Bernard Hopkins? Is the Alien set to retire? Listen and watch Hopkins in his own words in this brand new interview conducted and provided to us by Fight Hype... Hopkins retiring!? Bernard says...

It’s do-or-die time for Khan

By John J. Raspanti (Image by icheehuahua, MaxBoxing / Doghouse): At 17, he became the youngest British winner of an Olympic medal when he captured silver at the 2004 Games in Athens. Five years later, Amir Khan defeated Andreas Kotelnik to win the WBA light welterweight crown. He was 22-years-old. Khan defended his newly won title five times, beating such notables as Paulie Malagnaggi, Marcos Maidana, and Zab Judah, before losing it via a controversial decision to Lamont Peterson in 2011... It’s do-or-die time for Khan
Lemieux, Centeno and Dulorme Win at Barclay Center

Lemieux, Centeno and Dulorme Win at Barclay Center

By Ken Hissner: The Barclay Center in Brooklyn, NY, was the site for Golden Boy Promotions triple header over HBO After Dark Saturday night. David Lemieux, 33-2 (31), of Montreal, Canada, came out with both gun’s “a blazin” dropping Gabe “King” Rosado, 21-9 (13), of Philly in the 3rd round which started Rosado’s left eye closing. It was catch up from there for Rosado being stopped in the 10th at 1:45 for the NABF middleweight title in a scheduled 12.... Lemieux, Centeno and Dulorme Win at Barclay Center

Pound-For-Pound List For December

By Matthew Hurley: MaxBoxing.com / Secondsout.com’s pound-for-pound list for the month of December consists of three main moves among the ten fighters ranked. On the strength of his three recent victories over Brandon Rios, Timothy Bradley and most recently Chris Algieri, Manny Pacquiao has regained the number two position behind Floyd Mayweather. Although not quite the dynamo of years past, the PacMan has shown remarkable resilience and proof positive that his speed, athleticism and... Pound-For-Pound List For December
Amir Khan Q&A: Knows what is needed

Amir Khan Q&A: Knows what is needed

In this new exclusive Q&A conducted by Marcos Villegas for The Boxing Channel, Amir Khan is confident he knows what he needs to do to get past Devon Alexander... Amir Khan Q&A: Knows what is needed

Ask Gerry Cooney – December 5th, 2014

Compiled by Allan Scotto: Hey, fans! Welcome to “Ask Gerry Cooney,” where you get to ask former heavyweight contender “Gentleman” Gerry Cooney any boxing-related question you’d like. Your questions for Gerry’s review will be featured at Maxboxing.com every week. Each week, Gerry will answer as many of your questions as he can on the Sirius XM radio show “Friday Night at The Fights,” which Gerry co-hosts with Randy “The Commish” Gordon, former Chairman of the New York State Athletic Commission... Ask Gerry Cooney – December 5th, 2014
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