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FGB Radio 8/20/09 – SummerSlam Preview And The Last Word On Carano/Cyborg

Big D and I are back to discuss my live thoughts on Strikeforce: Carano Vs. Cyborg as well as the latest on the Kurt Angle situation. We also talk the latest boxing news including what’s going on with Kelly Pavlick vs. Paul Williams and finally, preview SummerSlam. Listen below. Right click to download. The show…

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Duan’s Boxing Breakdown – Winky Wright Vs. Paul Williams

When I asked Duan to start write for this site, I had no idea that he was such a knowledgeable boxing fan. I’ve been watching since I was a kid, but definitely fell off as a fan until the last two years. But Duan is one of the smartest boxing fans I know. He sent…

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HBO Boxing – Winky Wright Vs. Paul Williams Play By Play

In the first fight, Chris Arreola pretty much dominated Jamel McCline in four rounds and stopped him to continue his push towards a big heavyweight fight. Both guys looked terribly out of shape, but Arreola didn’t necessarily fight like he was out of shape. It is odd that he has weighed more than the previous…

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What’s Happening Today On Fight Game Blog

I just wanted to let everyone know (and maybe even give myself a checklist) about what’s going on at the site today. Here’s what’s on tap: – I’ll be live at Strikeforce with a media credential so I’ll be able to update this site, as well as Angrymarks.com with the live play by play for…

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HBO Boxing After Dark – Paul Williams vs. Verno Phillips

Before the Williams vs. Phillips fight, Chris Arreola and Travis Walker fought toe to toe for just over two rounds. Walker looked great in the first round and the early parts of the second. He even put Arreola to a knee. Walker’s mouth piece fell out and the referee stopped the fight to put it…

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Saturday Night Fights – Sergio Mora vs. Vernon Forrest

It’s been a good year and a half since I missed watching a UFC PPV, but with their recent UFC 85: Bedlam show, I couldn’t talk myself into paying $44.95 to watch a very average card. Had this been on live television, I’d have been all over it. But there just wasn’t anything that I…

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