With the recent controversy surrounding Manny Pacquiao and his anti-gay comments, you have to wonder if the possible super fight between Manny and Floyd Mayweather Jr. has lost some of its luster. After all, before it was being marketed as the ultimate good vs. evil match up. Now manny's star has lost a lot of its shine, with many in the media and the public now viewing him as a villain as well.
There is always money to be made when marketing good vs. evil. But there is a lot less
After a brief lull in upcoming activities at the beginning of the year, things are really starting to pick up for Jeff Mayweather. As has been well documented, he has just started working with Roy nelson in preparation for his upcoming bout with Bigfoot Silva. The two have been working together 3-4 days a week.
Besides his work with Roy, Jeff has also been working with his longtime fighter Dewey Cooper. Dewey has his first boxing match in two years scheduled for this upcoming weekend.
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The nationwide media tour continues for Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley as the two made their final stop in New York today. Top Rank help an open press conference and hundreds of fans came out in full force to see both men. We were on hand as we captured images of the fighters camps and the two men who will meet on June 9th at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, NV.
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Originally Posted by Kali Meehan
It all sounds very exciting and promising but that old word keeps poping up in my situations (politics).let me put it to you Like this-If certain Boxers are signed with certain Promoters,then those certain Boxers get avoided because certain Promoters want to much to settle a deal.
If a certain Boxer says his promotional contract is over,he needs to show a written letter from his Promoter,this is no easy thing. I was ranked no 1 in the WBA for 2 years,totally focused trying to get fights to
All the post fight fireworks were great at grabbing headlines. And let's be honest, if Chisora and David Haye were not involved, any Klitschko pressers would get little to no attention. But I was wondering what David Haye was even doing there. Isn't he retired?
It's pretty clear that he is after another payday. He suckered us in the first time. He made us think he was ready to capture a title, only to put on a pathetic show once the bell rang. Now he sees another opportunity
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