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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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Arias will need more than his mouth to defeat Jacobs

Luis Arias is undefeated in 18 bouts. His biggest win was five months ago over fellow prospect Arif Magomedov in Las Vegas, NV. By John J. Raspanti Arias will need more than his mouth to defeat Jacobs

Deontay Wilder fights for respect, but will he get it?

WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wider fights former titleholder Bermane Stiverne this Saturday night at The Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. By John J. Raspanti Deontay Wilder fights for respect, but will he get it?

Heavyweight champ Joshua pummels Takam, wins by stoppage

Before 78,000 adoring fans, Anthony Joshua (20-0, 20 KOs) retained his IBF and WBA heavyweight titles by stopping game Carlos Takam (35-4, 1, 27 KOs) in round 10 at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales Saturday night. Heavyweight champ Joshua pummels Takam, wins by stoppage

Memories, laughter and tears highlight the third annual West Coast Boxing Hall of Fame event

The complexities of boxing and life were on display last weekend at the third annual West Coast Boxing Hall of Fame event held at the Garland Hotel in North Hollywood, CA. By John J. Raspanti Memories, laughter and tears highlight the third annual West Coast Boxing Hall of Fame event

Groves lack of defense leaves Eubank Jr. salivating

Languishing on the ropes is rarely a good thing in boxing. It worked for Muhammad Ali nearly 33 years ago against George Foreman, but remember, we’re talking about “The Greatest.” By John J. Raspanti Groves lack of defense leaves Eubank Jr. salivating

Karim Mayfield: Returning home to fight Oct.21

Karim “Hard Hitta” Mayfield, who fights October 21 at the Armory in San Francisco, CA, has had 23 professional fights. He’s won 19 of them, with 11 knockouts but many have been on the road where getting a fair shake by the judges can be difficult. By John J. Raspanti Karim Mayfield: Returning home to fight Oct.21

Andre Ward: Reflections on a great career

I wasn’t surprised when I heard Andre Ward announced his retirement. By John J. Raspanti Andre Ward: Reflections on a great career

Michael Ruiz Jr: Always fighting back

“I have to keep winning” Michael Ruiz Jr. By John J. Raspanti Michael Ruiz Jr: Always fighting back

Alvarez and Golovkin show talent and respect, but unseeing Byrd ruins the evening

We shouldn’t have been surprised. With boxing’s horrific history of terrible judging, especially in Sin City, would another bad score really surprise us? By John J. Raspanti Alvarez and Golovkin show talent and respect, but unseeing Byrd ruins the evening

The boxing event of the year: Gennady Golovkin vs. Canelo Alvarez

This is what boxing has always been about. Two champions challenging each other. In this case, between them, the opponents have climbed into the squared circle 86 times, scoring 85 wins and knocking out 67 challengers. By John J. Raspanti The boxing event of the year: Gennady Golovkin vs. Canelo Alvarez

Sor Rungvisai removes all doubt, knocks Gonzalez cold

In the blink of an eye things can change in boxing. By John J. Raspanti Sor Rungvisai removes all doubt, knocks Gonzalez cold

Roman Gonzalez wants his title back

Revenge can be a great motivator. By John J. Raspanti Roman Gonzalez wants his title back

Frankie Duarte "Back from the Depths"

During his life Frankie Duarte has battled opponents both inside and outside of the boxing ring. He beat them all. By John J. Raspanti Frankie Duarte "Back from the Depths"

Winning at all costs: McCumby victory over George changed to no-contest, suspended for 18 months

It’s enough to make anyone who believes in fair play sick. By John J. Raspanti Winning at all costs:  McCumby victory over George changed to no-contest, suspended for 18 months

Darnell Boone is ready to face anything, even two opponents in two weeks

He’s a warrior and survivor in the brutal sport of professional boxing. He’s fought virtually everyone in the junior middleweight, middleweight, super middleweight, and light heavyweight division. But he has never faced two opponents in successive weeks. By John J. Raspanti Darnell Boone is ready to face anything, even two opponents in two weeks

After being knocked out four times, heavyweight David Price returns to the ring

He’s back, but the question is why? by John J. Raspanti After being knocked out four times, heavyweight David Price returns to the ring

Old men on the mountain: Mauricio Herrera vs. Jesus Soto Karass

They’re a combined 71 years old. That’s old in the young man’s game of boxing. Nobody knocks out father time. Hard fights wear the body down. The reflexes dull. By John J. Raspanti Old men on the mountain: Mauricio Herrera vs. Jesus Soto Karass

Carl Frampton moves on from his first defeat

A loss in any sport is difficult. But in boxing, the ultimate individual competition, losing can be magnified. In the ring, it’s just you and the other guy. All your team can do is provide support and console. The loss is on you. By John J. Raspanti Carl Frampton moves on from his first defeat

Fasten your seatbelts: Omar Figueroa meets Robert Guerrero

Fasten your seatbelts: Omar Figueroa meets Robert Guerrero By John J. Raspanti Fasten your seatbelts: Omar Figueroa meets Robert Guerrero

Eubank Jr., Abraham square off this Saturday

Eubank Jr., Abraham square off this Saturday By John J. Raspanti Eubank Jr., Abraham square off this Saturday

The West Coast Boxing Hall of Fame returns with another exciting event

The West Coast Boxing Hall of Fame returns with another exciting event By John J. Raspanti The West Coast Boxing Hall of Fame returns with another exciting event

Comeback kid Buglioni returns to action July 1

Comeback kid Buglioni returns to action July 1 by John J. Raspanti Comeback kid Buglioni returns to action July 1

Bosnia native Sladjan Jamjanin dreams of fighting in America

Bosnia native Sladjan Janjanin dreams of fighting in America by John J. Raspanti Bosnia native Sladjan Jamjanin dreams of fighting in America

"Underdog" Alan Sanchez continues to prove the naysayers wrong

“Underdog” Alan Sanchez continues to prove the naysayers wrong "I’ve always been the B side." Alan Sanchez By John J. Raspanti "Underdog" Alan Sanchez continues to prove the naysayers wrong

The sequel: Andre Ward and Sergey Kovalev meet again

The sequel: Andre Ward and Sergey Kovalev meet again By John J. Raspanti The sequel: Andre Ward and Sergey Kovalev meet again

Adrian Clark: Determined to make a difference

Adrian Clark: Determined to make a difference By John J. Raspanti Adrian Clark: Determined to make a difference

Jimenez faces Pryor Jr. in rematch: The time is now

Jimenez faces Pryor Jr. in rematch: The time is now By John J. Raspanti Jimenez faces Pryor Jr. in rematch: The time is now

Amir Mansour works and waits for his shot

Amir Mansour works and waits for his shot By John J. Raspanti Amir Mansour works and waits for his shot

Bomber versus destroyer: Kell Brook takes on Errol Spence

Bomber versus destroyer: Kell Brook takes on Errol Spence By John J. Raspanti Bomber versus destroyer: Kell Brook takes on Errol Spence

Young and sassy, versus experienced and clever

Inside the Gevonta Davis vs. Liam Walsh showdown Young and sassy, versus experienced and clever

Adrian Clark strives to help boxers in and out of the ring

"Protect Yourself at All Times" by Adrian Clark A successful professional boxer can make and spend an unimaginable amount of money-while, at the same time, his career may be brief, and sometimes deadly. One punch and it’s over. By John J. Raspanti Adrian Clark strives to help boxers in and out of the ring

Liev Schreiber delivers golden performance as Chuck Wepner

In the annals of movie history, boxing has played a distinctive role. By John J. Raspanti Liev Schreiber delivers golden performance as Chuck Wepner

After defeating his latest opponent, Amir Mansour waits for his shot at the heavyweight championship of the world

A shot at a world title drives heavyweight contender Amir Mansour. When he stepped into the ring last month to face Travis Kauffmann, Mansour was a decided underdog. Some of it was perception, but most of it was the venue. By John J. Raspanti After defeating his latest opponent, Amir Mansour waits for his shot at the heavyweight championship of the world

Heavy-handed prospect Javonta Charles ready to make his move

Last year at the Billar El Perro Salado in Tijano, Bajo, California, Mexico, young cruiserweight Javonta Charles faced gigantic heavyweight Juan Luis Lopez Alcarez. By John J. Raspanti Heavy-handed prospect Javonta Charles ready to make his move

The roundup: Sergey Kovalev and Andre Ward meet the press

Former light heavyweight champion Sergey Kovalev entered the small conference room ready to meet the assemble of boxing scribes posed to pepper him with questions about his rematch with Andre Ward, which goes down June 17 at The Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, NV. By John J. Raspanti The roundup: Sergey Kovalev and Andre Ward meet the press

Michael Ruiz Jr, the ultimate underdog, faces his toughest test

Michael Ruiz Jr. defines a fighter. He trains for hours in his chosen profession for little in return, except some bruises and disappointments. Still, he fights on, with the support of family, the love of his girlfriend, and the belief that his time will come. By John J. Raspanti Michael Ruiz Jr, the ultimate underdog, faces his toughest test

After some doubt, Mauricio Herrera returns to the ring

It seems almost inconceivable that a fighter with the credentials of former interim world junior welterweight champion, Mauricio Herrera, would be racked by doubt. By John J. Raspanti After some doubt, Mauricio Herrera returns to the ring

Amir Mansour: Fighting for respect and a crack at a world title

Amir “Hardcore” Mansour will be fighting for more than an opponent on March 17--he’ll be battling for respect. Nothing has been given to the 44-year-old heavyweight contender. He’s earned everything through hard work and dedication. By John J. Raspanti Amir Mansour: Fighting for respect and a crack at a world title

Kermit Cintron fights for one more chance at a world title

There’s no quit in Kermit Cintron. Never was, never will be. For the past number of years, the former IBF champion has battled injuries and other issues. He broke his hand in 2007, ignored the pain, and fought on. But his best asset--his power--was damaged. By John J. Raspanti Kermit Cintron fights for one more chance at a world title

Who ya got? Keith Thurman battles Danny Garcia

Undefeated welterweight kingpins Keith Thurman and Danny Garcia will settle their differences in the ring this Saturday night at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Thurman has won all 27 of his fights, with 22 knockouts. Garcia has 19 stoppages in his 33 victories. By John J. Raspanti Who ya got? Keith Thurman battles Danny Garcia

It's do or die time for Dawson and Fonfara

For most of us, doing a good job is a pride thing. We strive to be the best we can. If we make a mistake, we apologize, get chewed on by the boss a little, and make a point of not screwing up again. It’s not that simple if you’re a professional boxer. One loss can set your career back—or possibly end it. By John J. Raspanti It's do or die time for Dawson and Fonfara

Wilder thrills his hometown fans by stopping Washington

Deontay Wilder successfully defended his WBC heavyweight title Saturday night for the fifth time by stopping Gerald Washington in round five at the Legacy Arena in Birmingham, Alabama. By John J. Raspanti Wilder thrills his hometown fans by stopping Washington

The pride and determination of Darnell Boone

A record can be misleading. By John J. Raspanti The pride and determination of Darnell Boone

"Merciless" Mike Mollo: Fighting for country and family

He wasn’t supposed to win. A year ago, Mike Mollo traveled to Legionowo, Poland, to fight undefeated local hero, Karzysztof Zimnoch. By John J. Raspanti "Merciless" Mike Mollo: Fighting for country and family

Hammer sends Price into oblivion

Christen Hammer (21-4, 12 KOs) retained his WBO European heavyweight title Saturday night by climbing off the canvas in round five to stop an exhausted David Price (21-4, 18 KOs) at the Olympia Arena in London, England. By John J. Raspanti Hammer sends Price into oblivion

Heavyweight David Price continues his comeback Feb. 4 on ITV

David Price, once considered by some a "shoo-in" for world heavyweight championship honors, will fight former "Tyson Fury" victim Christen Hammer February 4 at the London Olympia on the undercard of Chris Eubank Jr.’s fight with Renold Quinaln. By John J. Raspanti Heavyweight David Price continues his comeback Feb. 4 on ITV

Patient Santa Cruz edges Frampton in rematch

In the weeks leading up to his rematch with Carl Frampton, Leo Santa Cruz repeated one word over and over. Patience. by John J. Raspanti Ringside photos by German Villasenor Patient Santa Cruz edges Frampton in rematch

Repeat or revenge: Carl Frampton and Leo Santa Cruz do it again

Rematches, like movie sequels, are usually letdowns. Usually, but not always. By John J. Raspanti Repeat or revenge: Carl Frampton and Leo Santa Cruz do it again

Champions DeGale and Jack battle to majority draw

The two best fighters in the super middleweight division put on a show last night at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY. By John J. Raspanti Champions DeGale and Jack battle to majority draw

2016 Maxboxing trainer of the year: Virgil Hunter

Words. They can play a big part in what happens during a boxing match. Words can be spoken softly or intensely. But they must resonate in the ring to be effective. By John J. Raspanti 2016 Maxboxing trainer of the year: Virgil Hunter
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