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Sergio Gabriel Martinez – Right Hook Anyone?

Sergio Gabriel Martinez was born in 1975, and his first trade work was in the field that his father worked, as a metal and construction worker. Martinez was athletic in various sports and didn’t decide to become a boxer until 1995. He was trained by his uncle, and his amateur record was 39-2.

Andre Ward – A Rising Boxing Star

Andre Ward was born to an Irish American father and an African-American mother. He could have excelled in other sports, but he chose boxing to concentrate on. He grew up in California, and he became a good friend with boxer Andre Dirrell when he was just 17.

How to Find Right MMA Fitness and Training Gym

One of the most challenging fitness regimes that one can follow is that of mixed martial arts and for that MMA fitness is required for that. For all those who are really serious and very passionate about mixed martial art then you should enroll yourself in a fitness and training centre in your area. To be able to do that one needs to be capable to find the right place for learning this. There are certain things that you need to keep in mind…

Professional Boxing Styles – A Few Quick Tips

Every boxer has his own boxing style and there are various types of boxing styles to choose from if you are a boxer yourself. Watching Youtube videos, visiting gyms and undergoing training will help you develop your own style of boxing.

Beating The Odds – A New Approach to Betting on Boxing

Can a new approach to an ancient game finally shift the advantage from the casino’s to the players? This article will explore the idea of boxing betting as a profitable gamble.

Find Pacquiao Vs Bradley Results Available Online After Exciting and Anticipated Match

Fight fans will be able to check out live Pacquiao vs. Bradley results online. The Manny Pacquiao vs. Timothy Bradley round by round results will be offered on boxing blogs live on fight night.

Vladimir Klitschko – Russian for a Title

Vladimir Klitschko was born in what is now Kazakhstan. He lost his father to cancer, after the elder Klitschko was diagnosed to cancer, following his supervision of the cleanup after the Chernobyl nuclear tragedy. Vladimir and his brother would both become boxers.

Nonito Donaire If You Dare

Nonito Donaire was born in the Philippines, and went to the same school as world champion Manny Pacquiao. He joined his father in Los Angeles, CA in 1993. Donaire was actually a frail child, with asthma problems that caused him to be bullied at school. He began boxing at a local gym when he was only 11-years-old. He hated boxing at times, but stuck with it to earn the approval of his father.

Juan Manuel Marquez Is Dynamite

Juan Manuel Marquez comes by his love of boxing naturally. His brother Rafael is a former bantamweight and super bantamweight world champion. They share the same trainer and assistant. Actually, they are just two of four different sets of Mexican brothers that hold world titles. He and his wife Erika have a daughter and two sons.

Manny Pacquiao – Pound for Pound

A recent interviewer of Manny Pacquiao had a great deal of trouble pinning him down to talk, since he is a small man who is always on the move. He has been very popular in the United States, even among people who don’t follow boxing. Maybe it’s his “never say die” attitude, since that is something many Americans share.

Jack Johnson – Boxing’s First Greatest

Jack Johnson was born in 1878, and his given name was John Arthur Johnson. He would earn the nickname “Galveston Giant” when he began boxing. He was the first African-American Heavyweight world champion in boxing, from 1908 to 1915. His parents were former slaves who took on blue collar jobs to feed their six children. They also taught them how to read and write.

Rocky Marciano – The Only Undefeated Heavyweight Boxer

Rocky Marciano has an unusual honor, being the only Heavyweight boxer to retire without ever having tasted defeat. His record was 49-0, including 43 knockouts. He began as a pro in 1947, and was the Champ from 1952 until he retired in 1956.

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