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  • Weekend Review Saul Rodriguez Ivan Morales Victor Pasillas

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    We will recap this weekend's action, and Mario makes his response rap debut lol.
    Unbeaten lightweight Saul “Neno” Rodriguez (18-0-1, 13 KOs), of Riverside, California, hammered out an eight round unanimous decision against Ramsey Luna (12-4, 5 KOs), of Corpus Christi, Texas, on Saturday night at the Churchill County Fairgrounds in Fallon, Nevada. Good action fight. The Robert Garcia-trained Rodriguez won by scores of 79-73, 78-74, 80-72.


    Unbeaten super bantamweight Victor Pasillas (11-0, 4 KOs) from East Los Angeles, scored a third round TKO over Andres Tapia (8-5-2, 2 KOs) of Mexicali, Mexico, in an eight-rounder. Southpaw Pasillas dropped Tapia in round one. He then battered Tapia to a knee in round three. Tapia was kept on his stool after round three.



    The 23-year-old brother of legendary world champion Erik Morales went down 97-93 on two scorecards, whilst a third judge gave ‘El Terrible II’ a draw - which wasn’t enough to keep the southpaw’s unbeaten run intact.


    Morales had previously gone 28-0 and looked to be on the fast track to a world title shot, although will have to rethink his plans following a gutsy display by Jimenez - who improved his record to 20-11-2 and may have earned a high-profile rematch.


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  • 00:45

    Charlie Zelenoff Lands Haymaker And Stops 200lb MMA Heavyweight Jacob !!! 76-0 !

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    id say this was my best Win this was February 27th very recent last week I won this Fight dominated a legit trained pro fighter outboxed him and stopped him with a brutal haymaker heres the full fight. furthermore proof that i am indeed the GOAT and the haters and all of "boxrec" is delusional and deranged. Charlie Z Reigns Supreme yet again 76-0 Now !!!!!!!! And Still !!!!!!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3oyGAC-DXE 1:58 that was the finishing punch he quit right after i hit him he even said it on video.

  • 00:34

    Charlie Zelenoff Beat 5 Men in 2 Months. Im The Greatest Of All Time

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    So I was right afterall Im the GOAT you haters need mental help click play that Firepower Hand Speed Combinations You cant fuck with that. Im 76-0 Now Official 1:58 oh yeah now thats Official BAMMMMMMMMM right in the face  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3oyGAC-DXE

  • 03:59

    Danny Garcia Crushes Paulie Malignaggi But Did He Impress? Review

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    Danny Garcia extended his unbeaten record to 31 fights with a ninth-round TKO of Paulie Malignaggi on Saturday evening as part of the second annual event of Premier Boxing Champions on ESPN in front of 7,237 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.


    Garcia had come off three controversial fights against Mauricio Herrera, Rod Salka, and Lamont Peterson, respectively. It’s been a continuation of shortcomings that have put Garcia into this precarious position. Now a full-fledged welterweight, Garcia had to prove his worth in the ring on Saturday.


    Malignaggi was back in the ring following a 15-month layoff after suffering the worst beating of his career that April against former IBF titleholder Shawn Porter.


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  • Danny Garcia vs Paul Malignaggi Preview, Kovalev-Mohammedi Recap with Mike Baca

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    Have you ever been thumbed so badly that you actually didn't get thumbed at all and Sergey Kovalev just knocked you out? That's what happened to Nadjib Mohammedi on HBO last weekend. But Jean Pascal winning a fun, albeit dubious decision over previously unbeaten Cuban Yunieski Gonzalez made up for it in terms of entertainment. That unanimous decision, though...


    The real action, as everyone knows, will be on ESPN this Saturday. In the main event, Danny Garcia faces Paulie Malignaggi in his first official fight at welterweight. Courtesy of Premier Boxing Champions, of course. In the co-feature, Daniel Jacobs squares off against Sergio Mora -- yeah, the guy from The Contender -- for a belt and whatnot.


    There were also fights in London that involved Billy Joe Saunders, Dereck Chisora and Frank Buglioni. Likely far more important was the signing of Gennady Golovkin vs David Lemieux, which might not be what everyone wants, but should be explosive anyway. Don't forget possible Floyd Mayweather vs Andre Berto news, possible Miguel Cotto vs Saul Alvarez news, and more.


    And this week on Top Men Boxing Radio, Mike Baca of UCNlive joins the usual team of James Foley from Bad Left Hook, and The Fight City's Patrick Connor.


    Thanks for tuning in!


    (Photos: Naoki Fukuda/John Locher/AP)

  • 00:59

    War of the Words Relentless Radio #108: Fight Week w/ Robbie Collum ahead of C28

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    TODAY ON THE SHOW: 145 Contender Robbie Collum, who fights THIS Saturday in Hardeeville @Conflict28!


    Robbie Collum is a bad dude, and one of my favorites on the scene right now. Let’s be honest, the kid is a freaking beast. For a guy who is so brand new to the sport and many aspects of martial arts, this guy has had an incredible kick-off in MMA. Despite wrestling being really his only “combat” sport activity prior to stepping onto the MMA road, Collum has impressed all around and also holds a few TKO victories that speak volumes to his ability to absorb and quickly learn. He is unbeaten, and has faced (thus far) fighters who had much more “on paper” experience.


    Collum is gritty, relentless, and has fought through some tough situations and come out on top every single time. We have seen him in danger more than once, but these moments flash by as Collum continues to find holes in his opponents, and ways to win. He has developed into a well rounded fighter in an amazingly short amount of time, and the potential is limitless. He is an intelligent fighter, one who can change things up on the fly, and never backs down for a moment. He is one of the most talked about fighters in the ammy field at 145, and on this side of the fence, a vast majority of fans feel he is on his way to becoming the next Conflict Featherweight Champion.

  • 00:28

    NBA Legend Alton Lister

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    The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview NBA Legend Alton Lister.


    •The 21st overall pick in the 1981 NBA Draft by Milwaukee Bucks. Wearing No. 53 his entire NBA career, the 7-0 center played 16 NBA seasons with the Milwaukee Bucks from 1981-86 and 1994-95, Seattle SuperSonics (1986-89), Golden State Warriors (1989-93), Boston Celtics (1996-1997) and the Portland Trail Blazers (1997-98). Played in 953 NBA games and notched 6,298 points, with a career-best 11.6 points per game while playing in 75 games for Seattle in 1986-87.


    •One of just two Sun Devil basketball players (Joe Caldwell in Tokyo in 1964 was the other) to be selected for the United States Olympic team, but his 1980 squad boycotted the games.


    •A starter on the ASU squad which posted one of the largest defeats of an Associated Press top-ranked team when it defeated unbeaten Oregon State 81-61 on March 7, 1981, in Corvallis on the final day of the regular season. The 1980-81 Sun Devils were ranked as high as third that season and his 9.7 rebounds per game was the best by a Sun Devil in a 27-year span (1978-2004).


    •Inducted into the Arizona State Hall of Fame in 2000 after a tremendous career that saw his Sun Devil teams post records of 16-14 in 1978-79 (first year in the Pac-10), 22-7 in 1979-80 and 24-4 in 1980-81. In his final two years, ASU was 15-3 (1979-80) and 16-2 (1980-81) in the Pac-10, the top two Pac-10 win totals in school history.


    •A two-year starter and three-year letterman who earned honorable mention All-America honors by Associated Press and Street & Smith's in 1980-81. Also earned All-Pac-10 honors in 1980-81 and 1979-80 (honorable mention) and was named Team Most Improved Player in 1980-81 as he averaged 15.4 points and 9.7 boards in his senior year.

  • 03:58

    Danny Garcia-Lamont Peterson Preview Show

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    In the final week of preparation for his April 11th PBC fight with Lamont Peterson (33-2-1, 17 KOs), Danny Garcia (29-0, 17 KOs) sat down with the media and answered some lingering questions about the fight and what his plans are for the future.


    Although Danny Garcia became a star as an overmatched underdog with a reputation for stepping up and delivering the upset in spectacular fashion, 2014 has left him with the stink of a fighter satisfied with playing it safe.. Live Guest Said “The Messenger” El Harrak will have a career changing opportunity when he faces unbeaten and highly regarded Chris Pearson Saturday, May 2 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, NV.


    The ten round junior middleweight bout will take place on the undercard of the Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao super-fight.


     

  • 00:31

    Wisconsin v Duke; Opening Day

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    Wisconsin v Duke



    Duke rolls over Michigan State 81-61; Coach K goes for 5th national title
    Wisconsin erases Kentucky's unbeaten streak and their season 71-64; Bo Ryan goes for first title
    Kaminsky v Okafor- battle of the top two players in college basketball?
    The emergence of Justise Winslow and Sam Dekker
    Prediction


    Opening Day



    Why do we start the baseball season at night?

  • 00:16

    Season 2 Week 10 "The Important Ones Need Extreme Focus"

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    As our great season continues there is a major battle for wildcard spots in both conferences, and none is more competitive than in the NFC were the Cardinals, Rams and Niners are all locked in with 2 losses apiece with major games to be played. The Panthers who's running away with the NFC still holds an unbeaten record and sits a top the league, while the fiesty Saints are right behind looking to close in on a playoff spot as well. The Skins and the Cowboys look to grab supremacy in the east. In the AFC the AFC West is looking like the NFC West wit hthe Broncos holding an edge after the Chargers slipped here in week 10 to the Steelers, while the Chiefs try and land a playoff spot, but it won't be easy beacuse the Dolphins who's looking to grab the east mayfall into the wildcard as well. The Texans remain dominant in the NFC south. Its going to come down tot gameplan and mistakes, and those who has the best gameplan and make the fewest mistakes will solidify a spot in the playoffs. 

  • 01:44

    Said El Harrak Joins the FNU Combat Sports Show!

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    This week we chat with Pro Boxer Said El Harrak (12-2-2, 7 KOs), who will be facing Chris Pearson (11-0, 9 KOs) on the Manny Pacquiao vs. Floyd Mayweather Jr. undercard on May 2nd. Born in London, El Harrak relocated to California as a young teenager and had an impressive amateur career. He turned pro in 2008 and won his first eight fights, leading to a ShoBox bout against fellow unbeaten Lanard Lane. The 5’11 El Harrak, who scaled in at 157 pounds for a bout two months prior to meeting Lane, took extreme measures to make 144 pounds for the opportunity. Unfortunately, he was unable to rehydrate and suffered a second round stoppage. After a three fight unbeaten streak, he lost a controversial split decision to contender Jesus Soto Karass on AztecaAmerica. Following the debatable setback, El Harrak scored two straight third round stoppages and battled to a draw against 17-2 Luis Grajeda. El Harrak will give us his thoughts on this huge opportunity and tell us about his boxing career in the second hour of the show. Tom, Tony and Rich also take our listeners through the week's combat sports news, results and events.