Just confirmed Leo Santa Cruz and Vanes Martirosyan for tomorrow night’s edition of “The Pugilist KOrner”!!
Can’t wait!! Still working on three other guests…stay tuned!!Posted November 13, 2012 12:10 am
Lol!! That’s some funny stuff, Matrix…seriously, James isn’t finished and could be fighting in January or February against an undefeated 6’4″ Heavyweight…can’t say who it is, but it could happen in El Paso, TX, next year.
We’ll see!!Posted November 12, 2012 10:46 pm
i dont understand why wladimire klitschko wont give James Toney a chanes for a big fight. toney was calling wlad all years for a fight. is wlad is the best so he have noting to be afraid offPosted November 12, 2012 7:37 pm
Swedish Boxing Fan
Wow, what an unexpected well done fight! Congratulations to the still unified, lineal and undisputed heavyweight champion of the world, Wladimir Klitschko (59-3-0 KO’s 51) who made his 13th sucsessfull world title defence and is still the best heavyweight in the world rank. His now former undefeated challanger Mariusz “The Viking” Wach (27-1-0 KO,s 15) made his entrance to the ring as an big underdog with few if non expecations to make an impressive mark to the fight suprisingly made an brave effort against the dominant world heavyweight champion Wladimir. Wach was there with his lumber right hand but had trouble firing it off as Wladim ir was well aware of his opponents best weapon and Wach had to take beating after beating from the champ but I must say this that I give Mariusz Wach lot of credit for his effort in this fight. He fought bravly and absorbed lots of heavy punches from Wladimir but still made it to go on and fight and the polish viking Wach have now proved himself to the boxing world as an worthy opponent and is worth more top oppertunitys in the ring. things seems to sadly not be that any more in boxing and thats sad. Well this was a good fight and once again I congratulate Wladimir Klitschko for another voctory and his 13th title defence in a row.Posted November 12, 2012 7:43 am