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Pound 4 Pound – Haney/Lomachenko Preview | Abysmal refereeing

Welcome back to Pound 4 Pound, Fight Game Media's Boxing podcast, hosted by Robert Silva. On this episode, Robert discusses the following: Referees Tony Weeks' and Jack Reiss' abysmal refereeing in the Romero-Barroso and Alimkhanuly-Butler fights Robert's prediction on Saturday night's fight between Devin Haney and Vasyl Lomachenko The weekly Q&A session Robert's historical overview…

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45 Greatest Fighters Of The Last 45 Years – 16: James Toney

There hasn’t been too many fighters in the history of boxing that combined ability, charisma and a personal story greater than James Toney. Toney was one of the nation’s top high school quarterbacks in the mid 1980s while attending Huron High School in Ann Arbor, Michigan. While starring on his high school football squad, he…

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Greatest Knockouts in Boxing History: 25-21

Robert Silva is counting down the greatest knockouts of all-time. Here are the previous lists in case you need to catch up: 50-46 45-41 40-36 35-31 30-26 Onto the top 25… 25: James Toney Vs Michael Nunn May 10, 1991 Davenport, Iowa Venue: John O’Donnell Stadium Going into his fifth defense of his IBF world…

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Greatest Knockouts In Boxing History: 35-31

This is the continuation of Robert Silva’s countdown of the greatest knockouts in boxing history. You can read his first three columns below. 50-46 45-41 40-36 35. Mike McCallum Vs Donald Curry July 18, 1997 Las Vegas, Nevada Venue: Caesar’s Palace Throughout the 1980s, WBA Jr. Middleweight Champion Mike McCallum was frustrated in his inability…

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