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  • Could there be a rematch of Mayweather-Pacquiao? Not so fast

    The ink was barely dry on the contracts signed by Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao when the question first came up. What's to prevent the two best fighters in the world from doing it again? Plenty, though the amount of money put on a draw in this...
  • Marcus Thompson: Warriors have turned tables on Grizzlies

    It wasn't that long ago when Memphis was a huge problem for the Warriors. The Grizzlies were the kryptonite to the Warriors' up-tempo, frantic style. Suddenly, that changed. Almost overnight, the Warriors became too much for the grinding Grizzlies....
  • Mike Tyson: Floyd Mayweather Jr. is 'delusional,' not greater than Ali

    Mike Tyson: Floyd Mayweather Jr. is 'delusional,' not greater than Ali
    Floyd Mayweather Jr. thinks he's the greatest boxer of all time, even better than Muhammad Ali. Mike Tyson thinks Mayweather is "delusional." Surely, many people agree with Tyson's assessment, although it's kind of tough to follow his argument after...
  • Boxing is like a zombie in a cummerbund

    Boxing is like a zombie in a cummerbund
    Boxing can take a punch. Always could. Will again. Can't shame it, can't kill it, can't ignore it. Defying explanation and indifference, boxing lives, a zombie in a cummerbund, no prettier now than when we last slid the bolt on the crypt. When was that?...
  • Column: Mayweather-Pacquiao nothing more than an epic scam

    We've been told this is one of the greatest sporting events of all time. Maybe five to 10 years ago, but not now. Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao is a matchup of two fighters past their prime looking to make one last massive score, assuming 3...
  • Mac Engel: The fine art of trash-talking is down for the count

    Looking at the massive amounts of national and international coverage here, it would be dumb to believe the fatalists who that cry boxing is dead. It's not dead. It's smaller, and it's niche, but DOA it is not. One of the delicious elements that made...
  • Inside Mayweather-Pacquiao: Fight reminds Foreman of Rumble

    George Foreman was in a few big fights in his time, including one he'd rather forget against Muhammad Ali. He sees some similarities to the 1974 Rumble in the Jungle when he thinks about Floyd Mayweather Jr. taking an unbeaten mark into the ring...
  • Mayweather vs. Pacquiao: Medidas especiales de seguridad en Las Vegas

    Mayweather vs. Pacquiao: Medidas especiales de seguridad en Las Vegas
    La expectativa por la pelea del sábado entre Manny Pacquiao y Floyd Mayweather es tal que se están tomando medidas especiales de seguridad en Las Vegas e incluso se planea cobrar entrada para ver el pesaje del viernes. "No nos preparamos para la noche...
  • When rain is a pain, it's time for turf

    'April showers bring May flowers." You could almost set your calendar by it each year. You expected wind in March then pretty wet in April before good spring weather in May. Even though April was considered wet, the temperatures still climbed to a...
  • Big price, big expectations for Mayweather-Pacquiao pay TV

    George Foreman was fighting Evander Holyfield for the heavyweight title, and anyone wanting to watch it in April 1991 had to plan ahead. It was the night boxing pay-per-view was born. But to get the fight, customers had to go to their local cable TV...
  • Big price, big expectations for Mayweather-Pacquiao pay TV

    Big price, big expectations for Mayweather-Pacquiao pay TV
    George Foreman was fighting Evander Holyfield for the heavyweight title, and anyone wanting to watch it in April 1991 had to plan ahead. It was the night boxing pay-per-view was born. But to get the fight, customers had to go to their local cable TV...