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Freddie Roach, widely regarded as the best trainer in boxing today, is the subject of HBO's six-part series "On Freddie Roach", which premiered this weekend.
The 51-year-old, who trains Manny Pacquiao, Amir Khan and Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., suffers from Parkinson's disease....Read Full Post
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Tonight on HBO, the six-part documentary series On Freddie Roach will debut, directed by Peter Berg. The documentary is a real life look into the world of Freddie Roach, well known both as one of the top boxing trainers in the world, as well as a man struggling with Parkinson's Disease. For boxing fans and for the general viewing public as well, this should be an intriguing...
It is in some ways difficult to watch, which is what makes "On Freddie Roach," the six-part HBO documentary on...
Honestly, I am tired of talking about a fight that will probably never happen.
There is always something holding it up and someone always has an excuse. Both fighters at one time or another have been at fault and currently the Pacquiao team wants to put off the fight again.
Freddie Roach is a stand up guy and honest one. I know he wants the fight, but I also know he really has no...
“On Freddie Roach,” a six-episode documentary on HBO, follows the trainer as he and his fighters navigate the boxing world.
Hall of Fame trainer Freddie Roach joins Rob Dibble to talk about his new program on HBO and a future fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao.
The last few Fridays, I haven’t been able to provide you with the megalinks. I have to do some today otherwise you’ll stop visiting me.
We begin as always with the Weekend Viewing Picks and there are quite a few for this snowy weekend in Southern New England.
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Michael Hiestand of USA Today talks with Fox Sports’ Terry Bradshaw about Tim Tebow and...