Manny Pacquiao And His Feats Being Remembered

Most of Manny Pacquiao’s fans are remembering this day when he had one of his greatest fights in 2009.

Froch predicts boring match between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr.

English boxer Carl Froch believes the upcoming £ 200 million super fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao will be boring.

The Cobra believes the fight will not be a classic when the two step inside the ring against each other at the fabled MGM Grand Garden in Las Vegas this weekend because age has caught up with both the fighters. As a result, the World Boxing Association or WBA Super Middleweight champion has predicted a dull and timid affair between the two.

Manny Pacquiao confident ahead of Mayweather fight, refuses to trash talk

Eight division world champion Manny Pacquiao is always too humble a man - those who know him, say he doesn't care much about Floyd Mayweather Jr. as a person but he has always been too courteous to talk ill about him.

The two are scheduled to go head to head against each other in what is set to be the biggest pay per view event in history, estimated to generate close to $ 300 million in revenue. In a recent interview, the Filipino Bomber hailed the American as a fighter but predicted that he will win the match.

A Long Awaited Show Between Manny Pacquiao And Floyd Mayweather Jr

For a very long time people have been waiting to see a match between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Though it is not known when the match will take place but it surely will at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas. It has been reported by the Los Angeles Times that the two fighters will soon be seen against each other.

Marquez tips Mayweather to beat Manny Pacquiao

Juan Manuel Marquez knows a thing or two about both Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. having fought both of them at different points in their careers.

Manny Pacquiao still hopeful of Mayweather fight

Welterweight world champion Manny Pacquiao is busy preparing for his first defence of the title since regaining it against Junior Welterweight champion Chris Algieri, but he has made it clear who he wants for his next fight should he win the fight and retain the title.

The Filipino Bomber said that he has a very specific goal in his career, he wants to give the boxing fans the fight they have been craving for adding that he really wants that fight with Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Barry To Play In The Legacy Kickboxing Event

Legacy Kick boxing is one of the most awaited kickboxing events in the world. In the upcoming year the event is scheduled to start in early 2015. The former UFC fighter Pat Barry has confirmed to fight for the event. He is a veteran fighter and also a veteran kick boxer. He has last week come out confirming his presence in the debut event of Legacy FC’s new kickboxing division. The promoter of the event Mick Maynard released a statement that Barry has confirmed his presence in the debut event and will be fighting against Demoreo Dennis.

Floyd Mayweather defeats Marcos Madiana in style

The present champion of the welterweight category Floyd Mayweather is on the top of his game. He put up a great performance against Marcos Maidana in the last match up. He remained aggressive from the very beginning of the match. The punches were good enough to shake up his opponent from the very beginning. The agility and the strength of the player were in full display. He landed up punches after punches.The highlight of the match was the biting controversy. Mayweather shouted that he was bit by Maidana in the middle of the match.

Rhodes Claims Being Better To Goldust

Rarely the boxing ring find two brothers pitted against one another and the affair gets all the more steamy when one publicly claims to be better than another sibling. Top American wrestling champ Cody Rhodes, who would be seen fighting against brother Goldust, has recently claimed of being a better fighter to Goldie.

“Neutral Officers” For The Rematch

Until the British Boxing Board of Council hires impartial officials for the Wembley Stadium game, George Groves will not clash with Carl Froch. Froch preserved his IBF and WBA titles against Groves on November 23 in Manchester. However Groves initiated a petition speaking to Howard Foster, who is the referee, to stop the match in advance and then the IBF ordered for another game. Froch’s belt again will be risky on 31 may.