Vasyl Lomachenko has awesome new nickname after making Rigondeaux quit

Not only is Vasyl Lomachenko a bad man in the ring, but he also is an ace marketer.Lomachenko fought previously unbeaten Guillermo Rigondeaux on Saturday night at Madison Square Garden in New York and won after Rigo quit following the sixth round, citing a hand injury.Lomachenko is now 10-1 with eight knockouts, but the crazy thing is he’s now won four fights in a row by making his...
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 09, 2017  |  Discuss

Fight Like Sugar Goes 12 Rounds On His T-Shirt Line, Sugar Ray Robinson And The Best Round Ever

Round 1: Everyone has a passion in life, and when you get to know people in this world it doesn’t take much time to figure out what those passions are. Simply put, Paul Navarro knows his ****. When it comes to the fight game, that being of the boxing or the mixed martial arts variety, […]The post Fight Like Sugar Goes 12 Rounds On His T-Shirt Line, Sugar Ray Robinson And The Best...
Via The Sports Fan Journal
February 21, 2014  |  Discuss

First Look: Usher Filming For Sugar Ray Leonard Biopic

PANAMA - Grammy award winning R & B crooner Usher Raymond has been diligently preparing for his role as Sugar Ray Leonard in the upcoming bio-pic, “Hands of Stone.” In a recent interview with Men’s Health magazine, Raymond spoke of the rigors of training to carve his body into shape to closely resemble the iconic 146 pound world champion. “What he did as a boxer is no different...
Via BadCulture
December 05, 2013  |  Discuss

The Good Son Ray Mancini documentary to make theater run August 9

SnagFilms has acquired the exclusive U.S. distribution rights (theatrical, digital, home video and television) to The Good Son: The Ray Mancini Story. The intimate documentary is based on the book of the same name by Mark Kriegel. After a strong festival run including screenings at The Hamptons International Film Festival and The Philadelphia Film Festival, the film will be released...
Via Pro Boxing Fans
May 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Ray Williams — NBA star who lost it all — dead at 58

Former NBA star Ray Williams passed away today at Manhattan's Sloan-Kettering Hospital after a long battle with colon cancer.  The former New York Knicks guard, who had fallen on unbelievably hard times, was 58 when he died, reports the New York Post. Williams' harrowing rags-to-riches-to-rags story is a cautionary tale for all athletes or anyone who thinks they have got it all...
Via The Other Paper
March 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Camacho shot, in critical condition

Former three-division world champion boxer Hector "Macho" Camacho, the flamboyant and often troubled Puerto Rican fighter, who was raised in New York City, was shot in the jaw in Bayamon, Puerto Rico while riding in a car on Tuesday night.  He is listed in critical condition. A man driving the car was also shot and killed.  Police have one suspect in custody according to reports...
Via The Other Paper
November 21, 2012  |  Discuss

Ray Mancini The Good Son movie premiere: Photos, video & notes

The new documentary movie about the life of Ray Mancini debuted at the Italian Embassy in Washington D.C. on Thursday night. Called "The Good Son", it's a documentary film based on the biography of the same name written by Mark Kriegel, previously the author of biographies on Pete Maravich and Joe Namath. The premiere was hosted by Fight for Children, a Washington D.C. charity serving...
Via Pro Boxing Fans
September 21, 2012  |  Discuss

Ray Allen’s Top 5 Celtkicks #5

Ray Allen’s free agency could mark the end of an era in Boston.  When Ray joined the Celtics, it marked the first time since Dee Brown pumped up his Reeboks that Boston was excited about a Celtic’s players shoes.  During his time with the C’s Ray dazzled fans with his amazing shooting skills and incredible Air Jordans.  Celtics green when mixed with classic Jordan silhouettes was...
Via Red's Army
June 27, 2012  |  Discuss

Washington DC Today Charity Fight Night 2010

What's up! I'm still in the Washington DC area with some fantastic boxers. Sugar Ray, Roy Jones, Jr. Joe Frazier, Ernie Shavers, Ray Boom Boom Mancini, Jerry Cooney, Ken Norton Some entertainers like Baby Face (who used to record with Tony) and Jermaine Dupri and more! I'm having a great time.  
Via BusterDouglas's Blog
November 06, 2009  |  Discuss

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