Who showing the fight tonight Mayweather, in his first fight since outpointing Andre Berto in Septembereclipsed the revered mark of Rocky Marciano, who retired as unbeaten heavyweight champion. I think it depends on where are you from. Visit MTV.
Boxing , Newsletter It was June 10, Why do I remember that? Well I remember that because it was my first ever pay per view fight.
And it was also only purchased for me because it was a gift, as the fight fell on the same night as my 8th grade graduation. We were tuning in to see my favorite football player make his professional boxing debut, Notre Dame strong safety and punt return extraordinaire, Tom Zbikowski.
My favorite fight of the year was probably Anthony Joshua vs. Wladimir Kitschko. Francisco Vargas vs.
Miguel Berchelt was a pretty great fight, even though my guy lost. It was shocking to see Chocolatitio lose twice this year also. These are just preliminary thoughts.
|December 14: De La Hoya vs. Robles||So go ahead and add disappointment while you're at it. The four-division champ from Puerto Rico was supposed to ride off into the sunset with a career-capping domination of upstart Sadam Ali, but he instead suffered the same swan song fate as scores of previous aging legends -- in this case dropping a unanimous decision to the once-beaten Brooklyn native before a packed house at what had long served as Cotto's home arena.|
|Boxing News: Tonight's live CBS Sports boxing telecast cancelled » December 4,||External audio You may watch Miguel Cotto vs various fighters here After uniting with famed trainer, Emmanuel Steward , Cotto became Light Middleweight champion when he defeated Yuri Foreman , in a very bizarre way,  at the Yankee Stadium  on June 5, In round 7, Foreman slipped and badly injured his knee.|
|Manny Pacquiao’s Fight Against Keith Thurman Might Be a Terrible Mistake||Miguel Cotto steps in the ring tonight, Dec.|
I want to do more reflection and write up on it at the end of the month. If you have any thoughts, please send me your favorite fight of the year. As promised a little coverage of the fight between Miguel Cotto and Sadam Ali.
Check that out first. Here it is again if you missed it.
So a little on Sadam Ali now. Fun fact: Sadam was the first ever boxer named Ali to represent the United States in the Olympics …think about it, and the first Arab American to do so.
I have a lot of respect for him and hope this last one if it truly is is a good one.