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Ed Levine: “Mayweather vs. Pacquiao 2 is a question of who has more left. I believe that Mayweather will be the favorite”

3 Submitted by on Sat, 27 October 2018, 15:23
IBO president Ed Levine is approaching his 20th year with the organization, having had many of the top stars in boxing representing the belt. The IBO reputation has been unmatched when it comes to its ranking system and handling of its champions. Stars such as Lennox Lewis, Wladimir Klitschko, Gennady Golvokin and Manny Pacquiao have held the belt during Ed’s Continue Reading...
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Demetrius Andrade drops Kautondokwa 4 times to win unanimous decision and claim vacant WBO Middleweight title. Will Canelo Alvarez be next?

2 Submitted by on Sun, 21 October 2018, 03:44
In the main event at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts, former 2-time world champion and #1 contender, Demetrius Andrade 26-0 (16KOs) and #2 ranked Walter Kautondokwa 17-1 (16KOs) were matched against each other to see who would claim the  WBO Middleweight title which was recently vacated by Billy Joe Saunders following a failed PED test. The first round of Continue Reading...
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Abel Sanchez: “A Floyd Mayweather rematch could be even worse for Manny Pacquiao than the first time”

6 Submitted by on Tue, 09 October 2018, 00:05
Last month on the day before the big rematch between former IBO middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin and Canelo Alvarez was set to take place, a fighter that is no stranger to stealing headlines found his way into the news as Floyd Mayweather Jr teased a possible rematch fight with rival Manny Pacquaio. While many saw this as a PR move, Continue Reading...
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Abel Sanchez: “I think that Golovkin and Canelo are both geared for each other as were Marquez and Pacquiao”

8 Submitted by on Tue, 25 September 2018, 02:07
The Golovkin/Canelo rematch was recently replayed on HBO, giving more fans a chance to see the exciting match that was very tightly contested in the ring and extremely close in the final scorecards, a thrill that not even a casino experience can replicate. In the end, Saul “Canelo” Alvarez walked away with a razor-thin decision and the middleweight championship of Continue Reading...
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Ed Levine: “If Golovkin had won this fight or if it was a draw, there would have been the same kinds of disputes from the Alvarez fans”

3 Submitted by on Fri, 21 September 2018, 02:11
The Golovkin vs. Canelo rematch took place this past weekend and fans are still talking about the action in the fight and are still debating the scorecards in what was an extremely close bout. When the decision was read, Canelo Alvarez won by scores of 115-113 twice and 114-114. With such a close fight and the scoring coming down to Continue Reading...
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