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Tonight at 9PM ET/6PM PT, FightSaga Radio Networkpresents a special Thursday night edition of "Boxing 411" with fight writer and ring announcer Joseph Herron, and featured guest, broadcast journalist Rodney Green!!
The two radio personalities will examine the big May 2nd match-up between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao.
- style make fights?
- more entertaining at age 36 and 38 respectively?
- Who has the advantage?
- Pre-fight prediction
Joseph and Rodney will also discuss the future plans of Amir Khan.
- Should Khan compete for Kell Brook's IBF Welterweight title this summer in Wembley Stadium?
- Is Special K too much risk for the reward at this stage in Amir Khan's career?
The two outspoken boxing enthusiasts will also examine the riddled path of four division world champion Miguel Cotto.
- Should the Caguas native relinquish his Middleweight distinction?
- Will Cotto elect to wait for the winner of Canelo vs. Kirkland?
- Smarter fight for Miguel, Tim Bradley or Brandon Rios?
The Boxing 411 Team will also discuss the untimely passing of former Welterweight contender Oscar Diaz of San Antonio, Texas.
Join us for a very special episode of Boxing 411, with Joseph Herron and special guest Rodney Green!!
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Tonight at 9PM ET/6PM PT, FightSaga Radio Network presents a very special "Mayweather, Pacquiao, Khan, and Thurman" edition of "Boxing 411 with Joseph and Lee"!!
Fight scribe and ring announcer Joseph Herron, along with Editor and Chief of FightSaga.com Lee Cleveland, will examine all of the major fights and big events over the weekend of December 13th.
Joseph and Lee will review Floyd Mayweather's announcement of "I want Manny Pacquiao on May 2nd", which was stated on Showtime Special Edition this past Friday night in San Antonio, Texas.
- Is Floyd serious about pursuing a lucrative event opposite Manny Pacquiao?
- Was Mayweather just publicly outbidding himself out of the premium match-up with his statement?
- What are Mayweather's other options at this time?
The FightSaga writing tandem will also review Amir Khan's dominant performance against Devon Alexander in the main event of the Showtime Championship Boxing fight card from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.
- How impressive was Khan's virtual shut-out of the former two-division world champion?
- What's next for Amir Khan in 2015?
- Does the 28 year old Briton pose the greatest threat to Money Mayweather outside of a superfight with Manny Pacquiao?
Joseph and Lee will also discuss all of the controversial judging in the Herrera/Benavidez, Bradley/Chaves, and Escandon/Cave bouts.
- Should commentators like Teddy Atlas and Max Kellerman choose to slander and scrutinize the subjective scoring process of boxing?
- Area there more objective ways of scoring the art of prizefighting?
Tune in to "Boxing 411 with Joseph and Lee" tonight on FightSaga Radio Network!!
Amir Khan won a convincing 12-round unanimous decision victory over Devon Alexander in a matchup of two of the fastest welterweights in the world on Saturday in the main event of SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING® from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
The impressive victory was nearly a shutout, with Khan winning 119-109, 118-110 and 120-108 to remain undefeated at 147 pounds and extend his winning streak against southpaws to seven.Tim Bradley Jr. returned to the ring tonight and took on rugged Argentine Diego Chaves at the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas.
A night of controversy continued in the main event as the judges scored the fight 116-112 Chaves, 115-113 Bradley, and 114-114 a split draw. The idea that anyone could give 8 rounds to Chaves is ludicrous especially coming from Julie Lederman one of the best judges in the sport in my opinion.
Bradley looked tremendous to start the fight very sharp with crisp punches. His legs looked great and his defense was on point. He landed flush shots on Chaves, boxing very effectively through the first 3 rounds. Chaves had moments of effectiveness during exchanges.
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Indira Milini Khan was born in Chicago and grew up in Los Angeles and New York
City. The sultry young singer comes from a musical family; her mother is the legendary
Pop/Soul icon Chaka Khan. Indira's musical influence stems from performers of varied
genres such as: The Artist (Prince), Aretha Franklin, Minnie Riperton, Joni Mitchell,
Steely Dan, Sarah McLaughlin and Sheryl Crow.
Indira began her professional music career at a young age. From the ages of fourteen to
seventeen, she was the founding member of the Motown Records group Pretty in Pink.
Indira was responsible for co-writing the majority of the groups material. After her stint
with Pretty in Pink, she went on to record with Atlantic Records recording artist Miki
Howard, Motown Records recording artist Johnny Gill and Island Records recording
artist Shabba Ranks. Indira also appeared on projects by Loud Records recording artist
Yvette Michelle, Mercury Records recording artist Paula Abdul and has also been
featured on several Chaka Khan records as well.
Indira is known in the music industry as a prolific songwriter. It is her deeply personal
songs and passionate writing that is true to her heart. Always striving as a singer and
performer, Indira has toured extensively most recently with the Daughters of Soul and
Rufus, both in the United States and Overseas. A benefit of Indira's travels with her
mother on the road is her perspective on how music is a powerful influence in the lives of
all people. Though she considers her music mainly R&B, don’t be surprised to hear some
funk, rock and jazz spicing up the tracks in her forthcoming release. Despite the many
comparisons to her mothers legendary voice, Indira pulls out all the stops when it comes
to her own unique style. She expresses her individual diva-tude with humility, grace and
Happy holidays to everyone out there and boxing is giving its gift this weekend with a pair of events televised on HBO and Showtime that will surely have boxing fans happy for the upcoming holidays. For this article I’ll be going over the Golden Boy Card that involves such names as Keith Thurman, Abner Mares, Victor Ortiz, and both Charlo brothers that will be headlined by Amir “King” Khan squaring off against Devon Alexander “The Great.”
Amir Khan (29-3 with 19 KOs) is a fast-handed boxer who is born and very well followed in the UK. He has fought and defeated fighters such as Marco Antonio Barea, Paulie Malignaggi, Chino Maidana, and Zab Judah. However, everything hasn’t been prefect for Khan, sustaining losses from Lamont Peterson, Danny Garcia, and of course his 1st career loss, a 1st round KO to Breidis Prescott in the UK 6 years ago.
Devon Alexander (26-2 with 14 KOs) also has a pretty darn good resume. He’s defeated fighters such as Junior Witter, Juan Urango, Randall Bailey, a controversial win against Lucas Matthysee, and he also holds wins over Andriy Kotelnik and Chino Maidana. His losses have come to the likes of Timothy Bradley and Shawn Porter. He’s more of a technical fighter with not much power, but he also is a southpaw, which could complicate the rhythm of this fight.
Timothy Bradley (31-1, 12 KOs) is one of the most determined fighters in the sport of boxing. He has shown the ability to go toe to toe with the very dangerous Ruslan Provodkinov, and outbox the very crafty Juan Manuel Marquez. Coming off a loss against Manny Pacquiao he wants to rebound with a victory against the very underrated and dangerous Diego Chaves (23-2, 19 KOs).
Chaves is a typical power punching aggressive fighter from Argentina with good boxing skills. Both fighters are looking to make a statement this Saturday night in the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
Tonight at 9PM ET/6PM PT, FightSaga Radio Network presents a very special "Amir Khan vs. Floyd Mayweather" edition of "The Sweet Science with James Gogue"!!
The prolific three-decade fight trainer will examine a potential match-up between former IBF/WBA Junior Welterweight Champion Amir Khan and five division world champion Floyd "Money Mayweather on tonight's one-hour program!!
After the 28 year old former Olympian's impressive victory over former two division world titlist Devon Alexander on December 13th, many within the boxing community are convinced that the Bolton, Lancashire native would give Floyd Jr. his toughest test of possibly his entire 18 year fight career.
Are the critics correct in making this assessment?
Professor Gogue will analyze the elite level match-up and review the keys to victory for both combatants, while making a projection of how the fight would potentially play out.
As an added bonus for all of the die-hard boxing fans, Gogue will also preview a potential match-up between Amir Khan and Manny Pacquiao!!
The expert trainer will review the strengths and weaknesses of both fighters and make a prediction on the fight's eventual outcome!!
Don't miss out on this very special episode of "The Sweet Science with James Gogue", only on the FightSaga Radio Network!!
On the latest episode of the Tale of the Tape the guys preview a busy weekend in the world of boxing headlined by the return of 'The Desert Storm' Timothy Bradley to HBO as he squares of with rugged Argentine slugger Diego Chaves. In a loaded undercard, Matt Korobov goes head-to-head with the 'Irishman' Andy Lee for the WBO middleweight championship of the world and Jose Benavidez looks to make his mark on the 140 pound division as he challenges the crafty veteran Maricio Herrera for the interim WBA junior welterweight title.
On the same evening, in the same town, Showtime presents the the fight night dubbed 'Royal Battle' as British boxing star Amir Khan returns to the ring against Devon Alexander in a welterweight bout. And in a battle of undefeated fighters, knockout artist Keith Thurman takes on Italian fighter Leonard Bundu for Thurman's interim WBA welterweight belt.
Erislandy Lara returns against Ishe Smith in a junior middleweight contest.
All of this and much, much more on a very special and action packed preview edition of the Tale of the Tape!
Tonight at 9PM ET/6PM PT, FightSaga Radio Network presents a special Amir Khan vs. Devon Alexander edition of "The Sweet Science with James Gogue"!!
The three decade fight trainer will outline strategies for both competing fighters in this Saturday night's main event from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. The two former Junior Welterweight Champions have much to gain and even more to lose in this highly impactful 147 pound meeting. The scheduled twelve round contest is slated to be aried on Showtime Sports.
On the same evening, just down the Vegas strip, former two division world titlist Timothy Bradley will take on the hard punching Diego Chavez of Argentina. Gogue will examine potential fight plans for both Top Rank fighters as well, which will be featured in the main event on HBO World Championship Boxing.
As a bonus, Professor Gogue will also give fight fans a special big fight preview of a potential and seemingly inevitable clash between WBA/IBO Middleweight Champ Gennady Golovkin and 160 pound contender David Lemieux of Canada. The two most feared punchers in the division are ostensibly on a collision course for 2015.
The expert trainer will breakdown all three match-ups on this special edition of "The Sweet Science with James Gogue", exclusively on the FightSaga Radio Network!!
Even killjoys like the two hosts of Queensberry Rules Radio are willing to admit it when fight cards are reasonably entertaining. Maybe not without some tears or whimpering, but it's not totally unheard of, anyway. Between a solid HBO card this past weekend and the dueling HBO and Showtime cards this coming weekend, there was bound to be a good fight or two. So let's hope the quota didn't already get filled. This week on TQBR Radio, James Foley of Bad Left Hook and The Queensberry Rules' Patrick Connor do it all. From David Lemieux's stoppage of Gabe Rosado (and accompanying undercard), to Amir Khan vs Devon Alexander (and undercard) and Tim Bradley vs Diego Chaves (and undercard), there may be some forced optimism. Thanks for tuning in!
(Photo: Tom Hogan/Hogan Photos)
The show will begin with Recap from an extremely busy and contversial boxing weekend featuring fights on HBO and Showtime. Will Debate the Bradley vs Chaves & Herrera vs Benavidez scorecards. Plus, we Preview what the future holds for Amir Khan, Timothy Bradley, Keith Thurman, Mauricio Herrera, & Andy Lee. Other Topics For Discussion- Mayweather finally speaks out and both trade blows on social media. -Leo Santa Cruz added to the Jan. 17 undercard for Stiverne vs Wilder. -Compare HBO & Showtime Ratings from last Saturday. -Preview weekend fight schedule. Plus more current news topics! Listen Live On Your Phone By Calling 646-381-4990! Listen Live Or Join The Roundtable! Follow on Twitter @RopeADopeRadio
The Tale of the Tape returns after a busy weekend in Vegas with post-fight boxing banter and plenty of insight and analysis.
To start things off the guys head to the Chelsea Theatre at the Cosmopolitan to discuss the controversial decision between welterweight star Timothy Bradley and the rugged Argentine Diego Chaves. In under card action, the Irishman Andy Lee shocked the world for the second time this year with a devastating 5th round knockout of heavy favorite Matt Korobov. And Mauricio Herrera was robbed again, this time at the hands of the protected prospect, Jose Benavidez.
On the other side of town at the MGM Grand Casino, former world champion Amir Khan faced off against Devon Alexander for a possible shot at Floyd Mayweather. In other action, 'One Time' Keith Thurman returned from injury to face undefeated Italian champion Leonard Bundu. The Charlo Brothers were back in action and Viktor Ortiz and Abner Mares had something to prove.
The guys also discuss the return of the American Dream, Erislandy Lara in a title defense against TMT journeyman Ishe Smith.
All of this and much more on an action packed post-fight edition of the Tale of the Tape boxing podcast.
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