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Sadam "World Kid" Ali stops by Team LeftJab Boxing Radio to talk about his career,making the move to Golden Boy and what he sees in his future.Ali is touted as one of boxing's best prospects and future stars.Every fight he looks better and stronger which will make him a problem in the Welterweight division for years to come.
Isis is sharpening their swords for more beheadings. The peace agreement with Ukraine and Russia is in effect!!! Oh really!!! Denmark is having their own problems with lone terrorist. Israel calls for the Jews to come home. Netanyahu is welcoming all European Jews to emmigrate to Israel. Egyptian Coptic Christians get beheaded in Lybia What the hell is going on here? .Has all the world gone crazy? What happened to all those crazy dictators that kept the peace...Mobarak, Sadam and Khadafi? Oh yeah the US decided that there should be wide spread democracy in the Arab World... Doesn't work!!! Call us at 646-595-3275 and let's talk it over while we are enjoying a hot cup of coffee.
To quote the guy who played Socrates in Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure, "Like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives." How that relates to boxing is that fighters get old and whatever. And this past weekend, Sergey Kovalev packed Bernard Hopkins' wrinkly bags for him and showed him the door. Whether or not Hopkins walks through said door is another story entirely. This week on TQBR Radio, James Foley of Bad Left Hook and Patrick Connor of The Queensberry Rules welcome to the show Kelsey McCarson of The Sweet Science and Bleacher Report. Apart from the usual boxing discussion (which will included Kovalev-Hopkins, Sadam Ali's victory over Luis Carlos Abregu, the HBO undercard, a Wladimir Klitschko vs Kubrat Pulev preview and more), we'll also be talking about Kelsey's effort to raise funds and awareness for a young boy diagnosed with bone cancer. Thanks for tuning in!
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The primary goal of our show is to promote the sport boxing. At "CORNER TALK", we want to interview the respective boxers and other individuals involved in the sport. Followers will have the opportunity to call in and give their input. Also, at "CORNER TALK", we will discuss various topics such as upcoming fights,potential matchups and the politics that exist in the sport. Let's help keep the sport alive! With all of this being said, here we go: CORNER TALK, "WE GOT SCRAPS.
No matter what kind of fight is on the schedule, you can count on promotional companies and other PR entities to come up with gimmicks and weird stuff to get blood pumping. This weekend, "The Alien" (a 50-year-old guy who somehow is still relevant in boxing) meets "The Krusher" (a guy who displaces brain cells with a smile). Because Bernard Hopkins and Sergey Kovalev, two quality light heavyweights on HBO, aren't enough. And this week on TQBR Radio, James Foley of Bad Left Hook and Queensberry Rules' Patrick Connor probe the ins, outs and what-have-yous of Hopkins-Kovalev. But there's other stuff to talk about, too. Like last weekend's Andrzej Fonfara vs Doudou Ngumbu Showtime card (that also had the absurd Javier Fortuna vs Abner Cotto and respectable Tomoki Kameda vs Alejandro Hernandez), and a few other odd offerings like Felix Sturm vs Robert Stieglitz, Tomasz Adamek vs Artur Szpilka, and the HBO undercard of Sadam Ali vs Luis Carlos Abregu. Thanks for tuning in!
Sergey Kovalev dominated Bernard Hopkins in Atlantic City, New Jersey. At one particular stage of his career, this seemed as an impossible feat to accomplish. Kovalev was once a fighter who fought professionally for free, as no promoter wanted to sign him. It wasn’t until Kathy Duva took the risk of signing him, that he finally got the opportunity to perform under the brightest of lights.
From the opening bell, Kovalev asserted his dominance. He continuously stalked Hopkins, trying to cut off the ring, and to set traps for the 49 year old veteran. Towards the end of the first round Kovalev managed to catch Hopkins against the ropes and landed a big right hand that caused a knockdown. This dictated the pace for the rest of the fight.
Kovalev continued cutting off the ring, throwing body shots, mixing in feints, and landing a few big punches every round. Kovalev was very consistent throughout the bout, while Hopkins was extremely inactive because of his refusal to take many risks due to the respect he had for Kovalev’s power. This caused him to be outworked every single round.
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Big Ben Roethlisberger came to town,he of the back to back six touchdown games. And his Pittsburgh Steelers faced the eight straight games lost in a row,New York Jets. E-Wonder and the Docthah were live again from Met-Life Stadium in East Rutherford,NJ.
And when the smoke had cleared two streaks came to a holt.As the Jets topped the Steelers 20-13,stopped their losing streak and cooled off the red hot Big Ben and his streaking Steelers.
Michael Vick threw one more TD then Big Ben as his 2 TD toss game led the way.
Music heart throb,Justin Bieber had joined the Steelers pray sessionSaturday night,but with Jet safety Jaiquawn Jarett snagging 2 INT's and recovering a fumble,the Steeler's with JJ's defensive play leading he way,Ben and crew didn't have a prayer on this Sunday against Ryan's defensive men in green.And Vick running like a youngster at times it did seem.
E-Wonder and Doc were also at the big fight Saturday night in Atlantic City,N.J .
Where Sergey Kovalev remained undefeated and won another championship belt with his big victory over fistic icon,Bernard Hopkins. On this night Hopkins the Alien should have never landed as the Krusher did just that all night against Hopkins. Who too didn't have a prayer against the new dad and now undisputed light heavyweight champion.Sadam Ali impressed all on this fight night with his victory over Luis Abregu.
We here also salute Jet stars Willie Colon and Nick Bellore whom both earlier in the week traveled up to the Bronx to make both a check presentation and give some football fundamentals to the Pioneer football league.Willie on Monday,led a core of teammates to NYC for a fashion show.
Here at,SID,we always,rope the rumors,hog tie the issues and brand the truth. Happy Sweet 16 Nia.
If you don't mean what you say,why say anthing?-Doc Stanley
This is a very interesting drama. I'm not sure the historic significance or whether is is from someone's imagination.
However, the spiritual consequences are very real in a sense of possession, afterlife, good and evil.
The story involves a power struggle of a Shaman named Sadam. Very interesting that they would choose that name.
Sadam in arabic is "one who confronts" or a "powerful collider."
There are so many interesting parallels such as the powerful god the Shaman Sadam is trying to reinvigorate is a dragon that wants to go back to heaven.
There are other scenes where good people suddenly turn vicious when an evil spirit enters their body.
Finally there are scenes of ghosts walking around good and evil plus a place where good people go when they die.
So far it has not shown a place where evil people go however, it is assumed that in the end evil will lose and good will win.
We can draw a modern parallel to this story that people today are going to be divided into two camps. Good people and Not good people. People who sincerely care about their fellow human being. And the others who simply care about themselves.
One nice thing that we encountered in our recent visit to Seoul, was that there are so many good people in this nation who demand that the shows that Korean Media and Movie makers produce are moral in it's foundation. When things get too out of hand, the people make a noise, comments and reviews and things do change.
Good for Korea and Good for the next generation.
ATG Radio adopts a boxing theme this evening with some heavy hitters in the sport.
First up, Undefeated Olympian Sadam Ali stops by to talk about his new promotion and his upcoming fight.
Trainer Henry Ramirez brings his two top fighters Chris Arreola and Josesito Lopez to show to talk about what's going on with them and their upcoming fights.
Finally, newly crowned USBO super middleweight champion Shujaa El-Amin stops by to talk about his most recent win and what's in store for the future for this talented young man.
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