Lucas Matthysse vs. Roberto Ortiz this Saturday at the U.S Bank Arena, Cincinnati, Ohio

matthysse559Former WBC light welterweight champion Lucas Matthysse (35-3, 33 KOs) has what could be a tough fight on his hands this Saturday night on September 6th against Roberto Ortiz (31-0-1, 24 KO’s) at the U.S Bank Arena in Cincinnati, Ohio. The fight will be televised by Showtime and will be the co-feature bout on the card underneath the headliner fight between Adrien Broner and Emmanuel Taylor. Continue reading

Roach: Ariza will get fired by Mayweather sooner or later

roach564Trainer Freddie Roach doesn’t see his old strength and conditioning coach Alex Ariza lasting long with WBA/WBC welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather Jr in whatever working capacity, if any, that he has with him. Ariza helped Mayweather with stretching last Friday at the Mayweather Boxing gym in Las Vegas before one of his early morning runs. Continue reading

RG3 gets statue at Baylor University in Waco

rg3Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III has been honored by his Alma Mater Baylor University with them erecting a bronze statue of RG3 that they’ve put outside the school’s football stadium in Waco, Texas. RG3 was an exceptional player at Baylor, capturing the Heisman Trophy award and playing superb football in every season he was with them. Continue reading

Alex Smith inks 4-year, $68m deal with Chiefs, $45m guaranteed cash

smith6378After 10 years in the NFL, quarterback Alex Smith has finally won the lottery and gotten the big money. On Sunday, the Kansas City Chiefs locked the 30-year-old Smith down with a 4-year, $68 million deal that will pay him at least $17 million for the next 4 years. But here’s the tricky part: $45 million of the cash is guaranteed money, which means that if Smith doesn’t play at a high level, they’ll either waive him, trade him or look to get him to accept less in his final season of his 4-year deal. Continue reading

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