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Watch Manny Pacquiao vs Juan Manuel Marquez Online Free

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 Shaheryar Saleem (December 05, 2012)  A lot more people on the net will be excitedly ready that will Watch Manny Pacquiao vs Juan Manuel Marquez Online Free about laptop or computer around excellent without needing to commit 13, 000 buck from a bank. Sadly, not all people are able to benefit from the show go on laptop or computer around LARGE DEFINITION quality all this is actually wheresoever folks commonly get raise red .. (Boxing)

Know This if You Watch Mayweather vs Cotto Game

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 Corlin Stolz (April 26, 2012)  There are many fans who will watch Mayweather v/s Cotto online. Miguel Cotto scored a victory over Antonio Margarito lately and definitely has raised the expectations of his fans very high. Boxing fans from all over want their favorite boxer to win and they are also making strategies or trying to understand the strategies of their favorite boxer to win. There are some things that cotto .. (Boxing)

Night Of Champions 2011 Live Stream Online

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 Maan Jony (September 18, 2011)  Night Of Champions 2011 Live Stream Online This will only be Triple H 2nd match of 2011, after his classic match (HHH vs Undertaker at Wrestlemania 27). Come September 18th, CM Punk may well find out if he can play the Game or be played. 2) John Cena vs Alberto Del Rio (WWE Title Match) Confirmed also is the WWE Championship match, after John Cena defeated CM Punk on Raw to become #1 .. (Boxing)

Amir khan vs Zab Judah live Boxing Replay highlights Video

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 Maan Jony (July 21, 2011)  On July 23 young British boxer / Punch and WBA light welterweight Amir Khan (25-1, 17 KOs) will step in the toughest test looks bright, no doubt, however, as he faces nearly 33 years old speed demon, light Brooklyn native and IBF welterweight champion, Zab Judah (41-6, 28 KO) in a unification bout, and most important for men to decide who will climb stairs welterweight light / .. (Boxing)

Tips for Boxing

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 Karen Christel Gaza (November 23, 2010)  Boxing has been a popular choice for people who wanted to workout and tone their body. This sport involves overall workout starting from the arms down to the feet. It also generally requires muscle coordination and extreme focus. If you are new to the world of boxing, here are some welcome tips you need to learn to enjoy this sport. Boxing is a strenous activity that requires a lot of .. (Boxing)

The Boxing vs MMA Debate Comes To A Head Saturday AT UFC 118

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 Caldwell Rogers (August 22, 2010)  The boxing versus MMA debate comes to a head Saturday at UFC 118. James Toney, who by far is the biggest name in boxing to try his hand at MMA will make his debut against UFC legend Randy Couture. Will Saturday's fight have any effect on the debate on which sport is better boxing or mixed martial arts? It may be an interesting fight but it will do little to further the debate. James .. (Boxing)

Hard Being Haye

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 Scott Milsom (March 02, 2010)  The problem with being heavyweight champion of the world is that everyone wants to fight you. While David Haye enjoys the helicopters, talk-shows and adulation of being the champ, a growing band of foes are lining up the Bermondsey fighter in their sights. Haye makes his first title defence against John Ruiz on April the 3rd, should he successfully come through that the victor, as .. (Boxing)

Everlast Punching Bags

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 Dave Toub (December 16, 2009)  Why choose Everlast punching bags? What’s all the hype about? Why is Everlast known as the preeminent brand in boxing since 1910? Why do professionals swear by it and why is it among the most popular boxing and MMA brand out there? What separates Everlast punching bags from other brand heavy bags? Quality, durability, stability, support, safety, and product variation. Whether it .. (Boxing)

Punching Bag Mounts and Hangers: How To Hang a Heavy Bag

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 Dave Toub (December 09, 2009)  While hanging a punching bag may seem like common sense to some, there are some important aspects that shouldn’t be overlooked to achieve optimal workout settings and maintain safety. There’s nothing worse than then having your wall or ceiling come crashing down a day or two after hanging your brand new bag, especially if you happened to be training at the time. Find a .. (Boxing)

Punching Bag Workouts– The Best Cardio/Strength Building Workout Around

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 Dave Toub (December 01, 2009)  Punching Bag Workouts– The Best Cardio/Strength Building Workout Around Before jumping right in, let me clarify the title: Working the punching bag can provide the best tradeoff between cardio and strength training – This was not meant to imply that working the bag would make you stronger than doing squats with 500 lbs or that it would give you better endurance than running .. (Boxing)

Punching Bag Safety

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 Dave Toub (November 16, 2009)  The punching bag is the best tools out there for helping to improve MMA and boxing skills. One thing that is often overlooked is safety. The objective of this article is to point out common punching bag injuries and some ways to avoid running into problems. Some of the tips mentioned in this article may seem obvious, but they are still brought up because they are not as uncommon as .. (Boxing)

Everlast Punching Bag Favorites: The Teddy Atlas Angle Bag

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 Dave Toub (November 09, 2009)  Although there are various punching bag brands out there, my favorite bags are Everlast brand. This article is not meant to knock other manufacturers/ brands – It is meant to review some of the benefits of the Teddy Atlas Angle Bag and what is has to offer. What makes these bags unique and how can they help you to achieve your boxing and MMA training objectives, beyond the .. (Boxing)

Punching Bag Strength Workout

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 Dave Toub (November 02, 2009)  The punching bag is one of the best strength buildings tools out there. This workout is not just for hardcore boxers but for anyone who wants a good anaerobic workout. Many have turned to boxing and working the bag over weight training because it’s not as monotonous and because if done properly, results in less pressure on joints. One of the most important things to remember is .. (Boxing)

Boxing Shoes Buyer’s Guide

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 Dave Toub (October 23, 2009)  The most important thing to consider when buying boxing shoes is comfort. Think of the footwork and jumping around that they will need to put up with. If past shoes have hurt your feet, figure out why- Were they lacking padding or were they too rigid? Everyone’s a little bit different in what they prefer so do your research but in the end, go with your instinct. Don’t second . (Boxing)

Punching Bag Buyer’s Guide

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 Dave Toub (October 22, 2009)  Standing Punching Bags: If you plan on kickboxing, definitely purchase a standing punching bag since standing bags start much lower to the ground and are often height adjustable. The base is normally filled with water or sand. Sand will give you a more sturdy base and will rock less when hit. Some say stable is better but a little rocking is more realistic since your opponent moves with . (Boxing)

Punching Bag Benefits

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 Dave Toub (October 14, 2009)  As long as you’re determined, whether or not you are a boxer, you can reap the benefits by working out with a punching bag. From a cost perspective, it is much cheaper to buy a punching bag than it is to attempt to setup a home gym. One could argue, a jump rope is even cheaper, but I doubt they would achieve the coordination and muscular growth a punching bag could provide. The .. (Boxing)

Punching Bags: The Heavy Bag is Your Opponent

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 Dave Toub (September 22, 2009)  A great boxer understands the importance of strong punches and combinations to keep his opponent on his toes and to continually establish scenarios where he can land a strong punch. A punching bag is a great place to exercise combinations and build endurance. Below are a few of the most effective shots/combos out there. Heavy Bag Shots and Combos_ Jab, double jab, triple jab-: While .. (Boxing)

Punching Bag Training 101

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 Dave Toub (September 22, 2009)  Using the heavy bag can be a great way to improve your game. It is there to help better your endurance, strength, and to work on proper punching techniques and combinations. Despite the name, the punching bag shouldn’t just be a bag that you punch. It should be treated as a true opponent so that you can prepare as much as possible for the real thing. When fighting an opponent, .. (Boxing)

Punching Bag Jabs

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 Dave Toub (September 21, 2009)  The most important thing in boxing is to keep things fresh. If you notice that you are hitting the punching bag with the exact same combos every time, chances are your opponent will notice as well. If you act like a computer and exercise the same motions over and over again, your opponent will be able to drop you pretty quickly. Be unpredictable. Although defining any type of combo .. (Boxing)

The Huge Upset - Manny Pacquiao Did It!

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 Lawrence Ragos (December 15, 2008)  Last December 6, 2008 was one of the happiest nights of my life. It was the day when somebody proved that this saying is true: “It is not the size of the dog in a fight, but rather the size of the fight in the dog". Number 1 pound for pound champion Manny “Pacman" Pacquiao proved to the whole boxing world that size does not matter. He showed the heart of a champion - moving . (Boxing)

Audley Harrison - The Biggest Waste of Talent in Boxing History?

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 Luke W Calvert (December 10, 2008)  Is Audley ‘A Force’ Harrison the biggest waste of talent in the history of boxing? If he's not the biggest waste then he is certainly one of them. Here we have a superb heavyweight specimen - weighing over 17 stone and standing 6 feet 4 inches tall, Audley has a frame that is able to cope with the giant heavyweights of the current era, such as the Klitschko brothers and .. (Boxing)

Should Calzaghe Keep Fighting Instead of Retiring?

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 Angel G. Gonzalez (November 12, 2008)  There is a question that many of us wants to be answered. Should Joe Calzaghe keep fighting instead of retiring? I want yes as an answer. But to think about it in Calzaghe's terms, no. There are times that I agree with him. He has beaten almost everyone, and I think that he deserves to retire. UNLIKE FLOYD MAYWEATHER. Many people believe that there is no one left to be able to beat .. (Boxing)

Joe Calzaghe Defeats Another Old Fighter

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 Carlos Caicedo (November 09, 2008)  The fight between Joe Calzaghe versus Roy Jones Jr. started out with a bang and ended up as a lopsided affair. The pride of Wales was dropped by a short right hand in the very first round, providing some hope to fight fans who expected a good outing from the 39 year old Jones Jr. Unfortunately that would be the best moment for Roy versus Joe in this fight. The remaining 11 rounds were .. (Boxing)

Manny Pacquiao VS De La Hoya

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 David Elefant (November 09, 2008)  Manny Pacquiao and Oscar De la Hoya are going to meet on December 6, 2008 in the biggest boxing match of the year.  In my analysis, here are the factors that spells the advantages and and weakness of both fighters. Speed favors Pacquiao. Even De la Hoya admits as much. The additional weight may make Paquiao lose some of his swiftness but still, he has the edge when it comes to this. .. (Boxing)

Achieving Success in Elections and Boxing

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 Lawrence Ragos (November 04, 2008)  Barack Obama and John McCain are the two most talked about figures in the United States today. These gentlemen are running for the most coveted position of their lives, the presidency. Both have mapped out plans to win the hearts of voters. They are going through a rough process, a character- building experience through the campaign. Both Obama and McCain want success and they know it's . (Boxing)

October a Knockout Month in the Ring "Upsets and Controversy"

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 Robert Epstein (November 03, 2008)  Upset of the Month - Hopkins over Pavlik When you reflect back on the month of October, definitely your first thought would be how the ageless wonder Bernard Hopkins upset the younger Kelly Pavlik. Actually Hopkins went beyond expectations he dominated Pavlik round after round Hopkins schooled Pavlik in the art of boxing. Hopkins was quicker especially with his hand speed, was first to .. (Boxing)

The Boxing History

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 Timothy Hampshire (October 29, 2008)  Boxing was among the most popular sports practiced in ancient Greece and was one of the former disciplines inside the Olympic Games. Romans adopted this sport as they did with almost all the Greek culture, but in Rome, the contenders wore metal protectors for fighting in order to protect their hands. Such protectors were called “cestus" and they had nail in the exterior so more .. (Boxing)

Boxing Tips For Starting Out

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 Ruth Cracknell (October 24, 2008)  Before giving you free boxing tips, one observation should be clear: a boxer with a bad hand is just as ineffective as a left halfback with a bad ankle. Proper-Hand-Bandaging On to the free boxing tips; let me stress here that a boy without bandages on his hands should never box or hit a bag. As free boxing tips go, few are better than how to bandage your hand better to begin with; .. (Boxing)

Top 5 Opponents For Hopkins to Take on Next

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 Angel G. Gonzalez (October 23, 2008)  Last weekend, October 18, Bernard Hopkins (49-5-1 32 Ko's) got an outstanding unanimous victory over the former undefeated middleweight champion Kelly, The Ghost, Pavlik (34-1-0 30 Ko's), many who assumed that Pavlik was going to knock Bernard Hopkins out for the first time in his career. But Hopkins once again silenced his critics, as he did with Trinidad, and Tarver. So what is next .. (Boxing)

Why Kelly Pavlik Lost to Hopkins

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 Angel G. Gonzalez (October 22, 2008)  October 18 was a night to remember. This was the night that 43 year old dangerous veteran Hopkins has silenced all critics. That night was just really a youth versus veteran here. Pavlik came into the fight at 26 years old with an undefeated record of (34-0-0 30ko's), while Hopkins came into the fight at 43 years of age, now with an outstanding record of (49-5-1 32ko's). These two .. (Boxing)

Bernard Hopkins Proves Me Wrong

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 Carlos Caicedo (October 20, 2008)  WOW is all I can say. Bernard Hopkins beats Kelly Pavlik in a 12 round decision yesterday October 18, 2008 in Atlantic City NJ. Bernard surprised many people including myself. After the past few performances from The Executioner it would have hard to picture such a complete dominating performance. Bernard Hopkins completely overwhelmed Kelly “The Ghost" Pavlik, he pretty much .. (Boxing)

Your Comfort Zone May Be Too Comfortable

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 Lawrence Ragos (October 08, 2008)  John Dryden said it best: “Insanity is doing the same things over and over again and expecting different results". I guess insanity is too much of a word for the theme of the article but there is no better quote to compare comfort zones. Allow me to discuss comfort zones and why they are so tempting to stay at. Ladies and gentlemen, it's good to have a routine, but I firmly .. (Boxing)

Pain is Weakness Leaving the Body!

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 Lawrence Ragos (October 08, 2008)  A lot of people come up to me to tell me that boxing training is not for them simply because it's too hard. Guess what, that “too hard" will take you to your desired goals, guaranteed. If you want to achieve your goals you need to work extra hard. You have to do things that “nobody" is doing. That is how you surpass yourself. Yes, you feel the “pain" (pain here is .. (Boxing)

Boxing For Your Health and Mind

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 Randy Rios (October 06, 2008)  Boxing can help you to be at your peak fitness levels. You may improve your health and have a physically fit body by getting into boxing fitness programs. Why not create a stronger body and gain confidence? You can build stronger and more defined muscular bodies. These programs and classes also help you to gain a sense of inner strength and emotional balance. Boxing is now a mainstream . (Boxing)

The Cotto Margarito Experience

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 Robert Epstein (July 31, 2008)  The Antonio Margarito - Miguel Cotto fight held on July 26th at the MGM Arena in Las Vegas will go down as the best boxing match in recent history compared to the Vasquez - Marquez wars. I know I can't wait to watch the replay and the replay and the replay of this one. People will describe this fight as an epic battle, a classic, a thriller I will just simply say unreal, Martin Scorsese . (Boxing)

Boxing Tips

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 Candis Reade (July 25, 2008)  Boxing is a popular sport that many people love to watch. Most boxing enthusiasts are satisfied with just watching boxing, but some want to take it to the next level by learning how to box. Boxing is not a mindless sport wherein you just punch your opponent; much more is required from boxers. Searching and reading about boxing tips will certainly help you pursue your dream of boxing. .. (Boxing)

Boxing Rankings

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 Ian Pennington (July 24, 2008)  Boxing rankings are important for a number of reasons. First of all, individuals are able to find out what place their favorite boxer holds in comparison to other boxers. This is good to know for the average boxing enthusiast. Then there are those who make themselves a little cash off of boxing matches. It helps them to know the rankings so that they know who is the best bet. They are .. (Boxing)

Get Your Body Into Shape by Boxing

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 April Kerr (July 24, 2008)  Have you always thought that the professional boxers are the only one who go for boxing training programs? This is a completely wrong idea as there are many people who prefer boxing just to keep their body fit and active. An active body is the key to success from all aspects. In fact boxing is the only sport which not only makes your body strong but it also strengthens your mind. Apart . (Boxing)

Watch Cotto Vs Margarito Live Online

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 Leo Macabeo (July 20, 2008)  This can be done by way of a service that is becoming trendier these days, with plenty of people already using it. Well, there are also other services that offer you to watch the fight match online, but the majority of them just doesn't work, or are too puzzling to apply. A number of these services even have spyware on them. We tested several of these services, and we have cropped up .. (Boxing)

Danny Jacobs Seven Knockouts Eleven Rounds

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 Robert Epstein (July 19, 2008)  A superstar in the making Danny Jacobs in just 11 rounds has won 7 fights all by knockout. Even the legendary Iron Mike Tyson who like Jacobs grew up in Brownsville, Brooklyn needed 13 rounds to accumulate 7 victories. Tyson went on to win his first 19 bouts by knock out. What is even more amazing the middleweight Jacobs has performed his knockout magic on the under cards of major .. (Boxing)

Juan Diaz The Baby Bull

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 Diane Bennett (July 19, 2008)  Diaz who is 24 years old recently lost his WBA, WBO and IBF title belts to Nate Campbell on March 8, 2008. The defeat was his first of his career in the bout Diaz suffered a severe cut over his left eye which was caused by a head butt, the cut effected Diaz's vision throughout the bout. Diaz reports that now his left eye is completely healed after a minor procedure was performed to .. (Boxing)

Need of Hand Wraps

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 Shiji Shijina (July 18, 2008)  Boxing is a sport where there is an immense requirement of heavy training in order to perform effectively. In a profession like boxing there is immense requirement that the boxers take extra care while they are in the ring. Boxing is considered to be an exercise that acts as a stress buster; it also boosts confidence in case of a dominating position against the opponent. It is highly .. (Boxing)

Cotto Will Defeat Margarito Easier Than Expected

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 Ja Dawson (July 16, 2008)  Earlier in the year when this fight was originally signed, my assumption was that it would easily challenge the rematches between Israel Vazquez-Rafael Marquez and Manny Pacquiao-Juan Manuel Marquez for fight of the year honors. However, as the battle for welterweight supremacy quickly approaches, I increasingly see Miguel Cotto (32-0, 26 KOs) as a strong favorite to win this fight. But . (Boxing)

Taking it a Notch Higher!

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 Lawrence Ragos (July 10, 2008)  Allow me to say it straight, if you're not training in boxing at the moment, you are not a notch higher than the rest! Notice my bias, all these are based on my experience and the testimonies of my peers. ESPN has said it, The US Olympic committee has researched for it, the experts have spoken and top- class athletes cross- train in the sport Boxers, other athletes and a few fitness .. (Boxing)

A Height Advantage For Boxing With Heel Lifts Insoles

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 Ashley Connell (July 05, 2008)  Every boxer knows this fact: height can make a difference when it comes to the fight or sparring. A height advantage can make a number of positive differences which are explained in this article. So, the important question is. . . how can a boxer gain a height advantage over his opponent even though he knows he cannot grow any taller or even worry about going over the weight limit for .. (Boxing)

Proper Punching Techniques The Truth Behind the Myths

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 Brock Landers (July 05, 2008)  A lot of injuries occur from punching a bag, a pair of pads or whatever it is you feel like venting your anger upon. This is usually caused by not using proper punching techniques. There is a lot of misconceptions about how to throw the proper punch. Myth #1 It's enough that I just make a ball (or a rock) with my fist and whack as hard as I can. Truth Making your hand into a fist does . (Boxing)

The Tornado Workout

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 Lawrence Ragos (June 19, 2008)  Do you ever wonder how it feels to be knocked down/ stunned or knocked out? I can tell you from first hand experience that you see “butterflies" and your head just “spins". When they catch you on the chin, there is always the chance that you'll get hurt. No matter how good your defensive skills are, you have to cover your bases, you can never be sure. You also have to .. (Boxing)

Angelas Workout Secrets Revealed

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 Lawrence Ragos (June 17, 2008)  Summer usually means going to the beach or simply hanging out somewhere where there's a pool. I believe that this season needs preparation, lots of it actually. I would like to introduce you to my friend Angela who is a model and an actress. She is also one of my good and supportive clients and I'm here to tell you about her workout regimen. Here's a sample one- week program I .. (Boxing)

3 Tips That Can Save Your Life

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 Lawrence Ragos (June 17, 2008)  Warning: the descriptions could be graphic, but do I have a choice? Some of the people I have met in the past have asked me if boxing is considered self- defense. I usually answer them with an “it depends". Both men and women have this little fear inside of them that they will be attacked in the streets so every feeling of assurance counts. So here are the two answers: YES, .. (Boxing)

Watching Khoder Nasser Destroy Anthony Mundines Boxing Career is Sad to Watch

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 Steven Francesco Simpson (February 28, 2008)  Anthony Mundine has so much potential and skill it is sad to watch his career go bad at the hands of his manager Khoder Nasser. Khoder Nasser is probably the worst manager in boxing at the moment and is a contender for the worst in the entire history of the sport. Mundine is now in a position to excel in the sport, to take his trade overseas. Yet on the advice of his manager he is going . (Boxing)




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