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SergeyKovalev courtesy his Twitter


Bell Centre in Montreal was filled to capacity with rabid fans hoping to see their local hero Jean Pascal knock off the hard-charging, unbeaten Russian Sergey Kovalev. Pascal has been in the ring with a who’s-who of the light heavyweight division and he’s beaten most. He was expected to have his hands full with “The Krusher,” but a fairytale ending this fight would not have.


Mayweather v Maidana 2 courtesy of Estehr Lin


The consensus within the fight world – and mostly from popular sports media outlets – is that boxing is a corpse. Or, at the very least, it’s dying on the vine and there appears to be nothing to save the Sweet Science from certain death. The notion is that once Floyd Mayweather, by far the sport’s biggest attraction, finally calls it quits, the sport will ride off into the sunset with him, never to return.


Golovkin vs Murray - WILL HART HBO


One of boxing’s brightest, most popular stars was able to remain unbeaten as Gennady Golovkin put a beating on opponent Martin Murray in Monte Carlo in the main event of the HBO Boxing telecast. Golovkin upped his consecutive knockout streak to a whopping nineteen as he pummeled the Brit from pillar to post from start to finish. Murray hung tough for as long as he could, but he eventually succumbed to the ruthless punching power of “GGG.”


Thurman v Guerrero MARY ANN OWEN


One of boxing’s brightest young stars was able to withstand a late charge from a durable opponent to remain unbeaten and retain his title. Keith Thurman also had to deal with a gruesome hematoma on his forehead, a swollen left eye and many clean punches from challenger, Robert Guerrero, but he was able to weather it all and win a unanimous decision.


Vasquez v Lartey - Amanda Kwok - Showtime


The raucous crowd inside the Consol Energy Arena in Pittsburgh, PA, got what they came to see as local hero Sammy Vasquez, Jr. beat up Emmanuel Lartey in the main event of the ShoBox: the New Generation-televised card. Vasquez was all over his welterweight foe from the start, landing dozens of shots to the head and body en route to a lopsided unanimous decision victory.