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How many of us that have watched a Roy Jones ring entrance will ever forget it? In most cases he rapped his own entrance music while being accompanied by dancers, dancing in sync with his raps. The best part about it was that Roy Jones had just as much showmanship in the ring as he displayed in his entrances. But in the prime of his career, more times than not his entrance lasted longer than...

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Saturday night, the greatest show between a set of ropes is going down. Victor Ortiz is stepping up to the plate against Floyd Mayweather Jr. Now, I hear a lot of rumblings. A lot of people going for the underdog. Some saying he has a chance to win or even knock Floyd Mayweather out. I want you to stop that nonsense right now! Really?!? Do I need to send someone over to your house to...

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A lot of people are talking about Mosley’s power and Mosley’s one punch knockout power, and a lot of people I’ve talked to are predicting an upset by Shane Mosley. Mosley is currently a 6 to 1 underdog, but has proven to come up big when the odds are stacked against him in past fights like De La Hoya and Antonio Margarito.

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After watching the Berto vs Ortiz fight from last night, we can all see why Berto hasn’t fought any decent opposition. He took a minor step up in competition last night and didn’t look very sharp. It could have been the fact that he was rocked so many times in the beginning of the fight and didn’t have his legs under him for a good portion of the fight, but Berto let down a lot...

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Over the past few years, we’ve seen Sergio Martinez absolutely take the boxing world by storm. While many of the other elite fighters have slowed down and/or cherry picked beatable opponents, Sergio Martinez has fought anyone willing to fight him. Not only has he taken the best fights possible but he’s beaten everyone he’s been matched against. So the question is Should Sergio Martinez be the pound for pound king?