Mayweather vs Pacquiao is a dream of boxing fans around the world. The answers it can provide are foreshadowed by another historic fight: Leonard vs Duran. The post Mayweather Vs. Pacquiao: Lessons From Sugar Ray Leonard Vs. Roberto Duran appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
Although Floyd Mayweather Jr. proclaims himself The Best Ever (TBE) many dispute that claim, including the legendary Ray “Boom Boom” Mancini. Sure, Mancini, who went 34-5 with 23 knockouts in his 13-year career, says Mayweather will easily win in his rematch against Marcos Maidana Saturday night at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, but against other top fighters from different generations...
Roberto Duran feels Mayweather lost his first fight with Maidana but expects a different outcome for Mayweather vs. Maidana 2
Wow, a lot of fans are not going to be happy or agree with this one. Legend and the king of machismo, the one and only Roberto Duran recently shared his thoughts about what he felt about the rematch taking place between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Marcos Maidana coming up on Sept 13th. Duran, who recently was inducted into the Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame and is already a member of the...
The Canelo Alvarez Vs. Erislandy Lara Undercard, Previewed (And The Rest Of The Week’s Boxing Schedule
Roberto Duran’s appearance in Miami Vice hasn’t got the love it deserves since it popped up over on r/boxing. So I’m leaving it here for you to marvel at. The soundtrack ain’t too shabby either. You know what is kind shabby? The undercard for Canelo Alvarez’s fight against Erislandy Lara. Sure, it has some big names, but it doesn’t offer anything much in the way of intrigue...
Leon Margules of Warriors Boxing wishes to congratulate his friend and business partner Luis DeCubas for being inducted into the Florida Boxing Hall of Fame over the weekend. DeCubas, best-known for having promoted, and co-managed a long list of boxing greats, including Roberto Duran, Joel Casamayor and many other top Cuban fighters who escaped the island seeking freedom, was honored...
“I’m not God – but I’m something similar.” – Roberto Duran In boxing, perhaps no fighter in the history of the sport has more epitomized the word “machismo” than Roberto “Manos de Piedra” Duran. Born in the small Latin American country of Panama, he fought with a ferocity that was matched only by his sometimes-appalling […] The post Hands Of Stone Turns 63:...
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