Vikings Norv Turner thinks Bridewater should have been drafted in first 10 picks of 1st round

In the short amount of time that Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Norv Turner has worked with rookie quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, he’s come to realize, at least in his mind, that Bridgewater is the kind of talent that should have been drafted in the first 10 picks of the 1st round instead of at No.32 in the 1st round, which is where the Vikings picked him up. Continue reading

Maidana will force Mayweather to fight against the ropes just like last time, says Mikey Garcia

The last time Floyd Mayweather Jr and Marcos Maidana fought each other last May, Maidana did a good job of backing Mayweather Jr up against the ropes to pound away at him with his big power shots round after round. Mayweather would attempt to keep the action in the center of the ring, but Maidana would charge him, force him against the ropes, and then throw nonstop power shots until the ends of each round. Continue reading

Mancini: Mayweather must fight Pacquiao or Golovkin now to become an all-time great

Ray “Boom Boom Mancini, a former IBF lightweight world champion, says that former Floyd Mayweather Jr (46-0, 26 KOs) to become one of the all-time greats in boxing, he’s going to immediately step it up and face either Manny Pacquiao or someone like Gennady Golovkin in order to show his skills against them, and to have a lasting legacy. Continue reading

Tyson Fury faces Alexander Ustinov this Saturday at Phones 4u Arena, Manchester, UK

With Dereck Chisora having pulled out of their fight on Monday due to a hand injury, British heavyweight Tyson Fury (22-0, 16 KOs) has quickly found a replacement in 37-year-old Alexander Ustinov (29-1, 21 KOs) to replace Chisora in the fight and face him on this Saturday’s card at the Phones 4U Arena in Manchester, UK. This is a big plus for the card, because it was thought that with Chisora injured, Fury wouldn’t be fighting on the card. Continue reading

Geale will need to test Golovkin early on if he wants to win, says Rafael

If Daniel Geale (30-2, 16 KOs) is to have any chance of beating WBA middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin (29-0, 26 KOs) this Saturday, he’s going to need to test his chin early and show that he can take his huge power, says Dan Rafael of ESPN. He feels that Geale is going to need to earn Golovkin’s respect in the early part of the fight when the two of them face each other at Madison Square Garden in New York. Continue reading

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