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Worldwide / January 25, 2021
Updates On That Don King Show Set For Friday, Jan. 29 in Florida

Don King, in case you don’t know, is alive and he showed he’s still got plenty of that trademark “pep” when his office sent out a release before the Nov. 3 runoff between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. King identifies as “conservative,” and he’s been publicly backing Republican candidates for a few decades, though, like

Worldwide / January 24, 2021
Stephen Fulton Impresses Judges, Fans, Everyone, In Taking Title From Angelo Leo

Last year, I had a conversation with a higher-up at Showtime. That person was telling me they were pumped for the next Stephen Fulton fight. “Yeah,” I said, “he’s solid….But lemme be honest….I’d like to see him FIGHT more! “Skills pay the bills, I get it, it’s smart to not get hit,” I continued. “But

Worldwide / January 23, 2021
Is Floyd Mayweather-Logan Paul Still Going To Happen?

Two weeks ago, I was on the phone with a guy in Las Vegas who is deeply connected to the sport. “I don’t think that Floyd Mayweather exhibition is happening,” he told me. The Floyd Mayweather event, pitting the 43 year old ‘Money’ against Logan Paul, the social media creation, was set for Feb. 20. And

Worldwide / January 22, 2021
Teofimo Lopez Is the Boxing Writers Association of America 2020 Fighter of the Year

It feels like a year ago, but it was actually just last month that the votes were taken in, and counted, to determine the best in boxing for the strange year that was 2020. Teofimo Lopez scored BWAA Fighter of the Year, for proving his walk more than matched his talk. And the violently sublimed

Worldwide / January 22, 2021
Promoter Bob Arum sees COVID comeback possibilities, like Teofimo v Kambosos at Madison Square Garden

The COVID numbers are still horrible in too many places around America, but you are also seeing pockets of light, some flattening of curves in some hot spots. Could the worst of COVID be behind us? If yes, does that mean we can get to planning more fully so some of these A-tier pugilists can book

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Editor/publisher Michael Woods became addicted to boxing in 1990, when Buster Douglas shocked the world with his demolition of the fearsome Mike Tyson. The Booklyn-based journalist Woods has covered the sport since then, for ESPN The Magazine,, ESPN New York, RING, and he was the editor of from 2007-2015. Woods is also an accomplished blow-by-blow and color man, having done work for Top Rank, DiBella Entertainment, EPIX, and numerous other organizations.