Should Prince Naseem Hamed be in the Hall of Fame?

Evaluating Hamed's Hall of Fame Credentials: The name “Naseem Hamed” and “Hall of Fame” don’t seem to belong together at first thought. As time has passed and Hamed’s legacy has been given time to come into clearer perspective, it’s hard to not notice his low standing in the collective boxing consciousness. Upon more reflection, the big picture isn’t as bad as...
Via Pro Boxing Fans
February 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Frampton fires at Kid Galahad

British super bantamweight sensation Carl Frampton has dissed Kid Galahad, likening him to a cheaper version of 'Prince' Naseem Hamed.
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January 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Hard Times: Kid Galahad Breaks “Jazza” Dickens’ Heart In Rotheram

As he slipped into an icky Naseem Hamed impersonation at ringside, it was easy to forget how likeable Kid Galahad had been only moments earlier, when jettisoning Liverpool’s James “Jazza” Dickens in the 10th round of a nip-and-tuck encounter for the British junior featherweight crown. “I just knew…when I find my range…my distance…boom!” he parroted through the side...
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September 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Tyson Fury Makes A Princely Mess Of American Debut

Tyson Fury, the Manchester traveller who represents Ireland as a boxer, delivered such a ham-handed performance on his American debut that it felt almost exploitative. It was an indecorous display that left those deemed associates through living in the same geographical area blushing on his behalf. It felt like packing your children off to relatives for the weekend only to learn...
Via The Queensbury Rules
April 24, 2013  |  Discuss

British Beat: Kid Galahad Pads Out His Highlight Reel Against Brampton Bantam Josh Wale

Kid Galahad returns to the ring on Saturday to have himself a skeet shoot at the Hillsborough Leisure Centre in Sheffield. Barnsley rival Josh “The Outlaw” Wale plays the role of clay pigeon. Channel Five continue their most welcome foray into the sport, confident no doubt that Galahad’s back story, a sort of Luke Skywalker to Naseem Hamed’s Darth Vader, is a worthwhile investment...
Via The Queensbury Rules
May 11, 2012  |  Discuss

‘King Mo’ says he’s not interested in Larkin’s flash

Muhammed Lawal's game can be described as spectacular at times, but he wants to be known as a guy who's solid with his fighting fundamentals. He can't says the same about Lorenz Larkin, his opponent this weekend at Strikeforce in Las Vegas. "With Lorenz Larkin you've got a flashy guy that does the unpredictable," Lawal, nicknamed "King Mo," told...
Via Cage Writer
January 05, 2012  |  Discuss

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