If Manny Pacquiao wins his next bout, he will inspire a nation. If he loses, it will signal the slow decline inevitable in a sport that favors the young.
Juan Manuel Marquez knocked out Manny Pacquiao in the sixth round Saturday night in their fourth fight. Bob Arum's first word... rematch!
The problem in political discourse these days is that too many on the right and the left operate with simplistic assumptions about the Bible that just don't hold up when you read it thoughtfully.
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Heavy on foreplay, but little in the way of prolonged action, the Ultimate Fighting Championship's debut on Fox lasted all of 64 seconds.
Another night, another boxing controversy. Manny Pacquiao escaped with a narrow majority decision over Juan Manuel Marquez. Marquez stormed out of the ring.
I recently sat down with boxer Bernard Hopkins for an episode of "In Depth." The 46-year-old recently surpassed George Foreman as the oldest boxer to win a championship.
White discusses why the new deal with Fox Sports means so much to him, his worldwide expansion plans for The Ultimate Fighting Championship and how his aggressive personality has helped the company grow to what it is today.
The anonymity of Bradley and Alexander has less to do with Detroit and more to do with inadequate promotion and the growing sense that America has given up on its homegrown boxing heroes.
At the fight last Saturday night, it was trainer Robert Garcia's responsibility, not Antonio Margarito's, to stop the slaughter. And he didn't.
Kevin Love of Minnesota scored 30 points and grabbed 30 rebounds in one game. It hadn't happened in 28 years. So what do you call 30 and 30 in the same game? "Playing against the Knicks."
For five years, Pacquiao has gone without defeat. For five years, his skill as a fighter has improved.
A fight with Manny Pacquiao is a gift from heaven. The opportunity, media exposure and financial win-fall are life altering and truly the chance of a lifetime. Why would Manny Pacquiao bless a fighter like Antonio Margarito?
With the latest round of "he said," "he never said," it again has become painfully obvious the reasons why Money Mayweather is not the greatest of all time.
If I were a young, single man with tens of millions of cash in my pocket like Floyd Mayweather, I may be more interested in doing a few other things than rushing into a boxing ring.
Mayweather and Pacquiao have a duty to put this fight together, not just for the fans, but for the health of a sport that has given them so much.