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Prediction and Analysis: Moloney vs Guevara May 11, 2024

  Andrew Moloney vs Pedro Guevara Fight Preview The interim WBC super flyweight title will be contested by Andrew Moloney and Pedro Guevara on May 12 at Perth, Australia’s RAC Arena. Find more articles like this for the most in-depth boxing analysis out there.   Andrew Moloney Analysis: Coming off a strong win Moloney (26-3, 16 knockouts) of Australia is unbeaten when competing on his own ground, demonstrating his territorial dominance. He lost to Junto Nakatani in the twelfth round in May of last year, but he bounced back in December in Melbourne with a commanding decision win over Judy

Prediction and Analysis: Lomachenko vs Kambosos Jr May 11, 2024

  Vasiliy Lomachenko vs George Kambosos Jr. Fight Preview George Kambosos Jr. and Vasiliy Lomachenko were once the best lightweight fighters. The fight between the two will take place in the United States on May 11 as they battle for the kingdom. Keep reading more articles like this for the best boxing analysis available.   Vasiliy Lomachenko Analysis: He’s a strong fighter with very good footwork Since making his professional boxing debut in 2013, Vasiliy Lomachenko (17-3, 11 KOs) has been driven to win all four major titles and establish himself as the unchallenged champion. The Ukrainian superstar defeated Teofimo

Prediction and Analysis: Naoya Inoue vs Luis Nery May 6, 2024

  Naoya Inoue vs Luis Nery Fight Preview When boxing sensation Naoya Inoue challenges Luis Nery for the super bantamweight titles at the Tokyo Dome on May 6, he will become the first person from Japan to defend an uncontested title in more than 50 years. Continue reading more articles like this for more boxing analysis.   Naoya Inoue Analysis: He’s undefeated Inoue (26-0, 23 KOs) has the ideal balance of power, speed, and skill. Since going pro in 2012, the Japanese superstar has outboxed and outpunched opponents. In the Ring Magazine Fight of the Year for 2019, Nonito Donaire

Predictions and Analysis: Barrios vs Maidanae May 04, 2024

  Mario Barrios vs Fabian Maidanae Fight Preview Barrios will take against Maidana for the WBC interim welterweight title on May 4 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Get the most in depth boxing analysis by reading more articles like this.   Mario Barrios Analysis: Only lost twice in his career American boxer Mario “El Azteca” Barrios has a 28-2 professional record with 18 KO wins; he has only lost against the best in the world. And ever since Barrios lost his first two fights in 2021 and 2022, respectively, to Keith Thurman and Gervonta Davis, he has recovered to

Prediction and Analysis: Alvarez vs Munguia May 04, 2024

  Canelo Alvarez vs Jaime Munguia Fight Preview Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (60-2-2, 39 KOs) will be defending his undisputed super middleweight title against unbeaten Jaime Munguia (43-0, 34 KOs) on May 4 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. This bout between the two Mexican nationals will mark Alvarez’s first fight against a fellow citizen since he defeated Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. in 2017. This article contains the best boxing analysis available.   Canelo Alvarez Analysis: Looking to defend title Alvarez is still the biggest draw in boxing despite being only 33 years old and one of the most decorated

Prediction and Analysis: Ortiz Jr vs Dulorme April 27, 2024

  Vergil Ortiz Jr vs Thomas Dulorme Fight Preview On Saturday, April 27th, undefeated super welterweight challenger Vergil Ortiz Jr. will make his comeback against gatekeeper Thomas Dulorme. The fight will be the co-main event of Rances Barthelemeny versus Jose Ramirez. Continue to follow more articles like this to read more boxing analysis.   Vergil Ortiz Jr Analysis: Unbeaten in 20 fights Although Ortiz Jr. (20-0, 20 KOs) boasts an impeccable record, illness and injuries have hindered him recently. The 26-year-old appeared to be well on his way after stopping Maurice Hooker in the 7th round in March 2021 and

Prediction and Analysis: Ramirez vs Barthelemy April 27, 2024

  Jose Ramirez vs Rances Barthelemy Fight Preview On Saturday, April 27th, at Save Mart Arena in Fresno, Jose Carlos Ramirez and Rances Barthelemy will square off. Read more articles like this to find the most in depth boxing analysis out there.   Jose Ramirez Analysis: Hasn’t been in the ring for 13 months American boxer Jose “Jaguar” Ramirez, who boasts a 28-1 record with 18 knockouts, has rebounded from a heartbreaking 2021 defeat to Josh Taylor with two strong triumphs. The very vicious body shot finish that Ramirez delivered against Richard Commey in March of last year gives a

Prediction and Analysis: Barboza Jr vs McComb April 20, 2024

  Arnold Barboza Jr vs Sean McComb Game Preview Super-lightweight champion Arnold Barboza Jr. faces Sean McComb on April 20 at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. Keep reading this article to find the most in-depth boxing analysis about this coming fight.   Arnold Barboza Jr Analysis: Only 10 wins by KO Unlike his opponent, Arnold had a modest amateur career with few notable accomplishments until becoming pro in 2013. After 29 fights, he still hasn’t lost, but he has only had 10 knockouts. He is undoubtedly not the strongest super lightweight in the world, but he is a very smart combatant nonetheless.

Prediction and Analysis: Haney vs Garcia April 20, 2024

  Devin Haney vs Ryan Garcia Fight Preview Boxing fans have been waiting for Devin Haney vs. Ryan Garcia, and on Saturday, April 20, they finally get their wish. Continue to read more articles like this for the best boxing analysis out there.   Devin Haney Analysis: He’s never lost a fight Haney’s lightning-fast reflexes, which enable him to predict his opponent’s attack trajectory and either sidestep problems or employ a shoulder roll to lessen the impact, are one of his main advantages (31-0, 15 KOs). Haney stated his confidence in his ability to neutralize Garcia’s power blows, which the

Prediction and Analysis: Anderson vs Merhy April 13, 2024

   Anderson vs  Merhy Fight Preview Jared Anderson, who is controversial outside the ring, like to use his fists to communicate. On April 13, “The Real Big Baby” will be the headline in a fight at Corpus Christi against Ryad Merhy. Continue to follow more articles like this to read more boxing analysis.   Jared Anderson Analysis: Young fighter trying to grow in boxing 2019 saw Anderson, a two-time gold medallist at the U.S. National Championship, join with Top Rank. The 24-year-old won the NABF heavyweight championship in 2021 by defeating Vladimir Tereshkin. For the first time going the distance,

Boxing Picks & Predictions For This Week’s Fights

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TJ RIVES

T.J. Rives, a 30-year sports media veteran who has worked for SiriusXM, Fox Sports Radio, and TuneIn in Tampa Bay and nationwide, has seen and covered a wide variety of sports. Basketball, particularly college basketball, is, nonetheless, his first love. T.J. is a Memphis State University professor who played in the early 1990s with current Tigers coach Penny Hardaway!

T.J. was also the previous radio voice of the University of South Florida Bulls men’s basketball team in Tampa, which played in the Big East before moving to the American Conference. He has also attended or worked at 19 Final Fours over his career, with his favorite championship cities being New Orleans, Indianapolis, and San Antonio.

Dan Rafael

For more than 20 years, award-winning writer Dan Rafael has covered boxing full time and been ringside for thousands of fights. In 2000, he began covering boxing for USA Today. After five years at the nation’s newspaper, Rafael went to ESPN, where he spent 15 years as the boxing reporter and columnist while also appearing on numerous television, radio and streaming programs, including stints as the “Friday Night Fights” co-host and host of “The Boxing Beat,” one of the first original shows on ESPN+ after its launch. He is now the publisher of the “Fight Freaks Unite” boxing newsletter on Substack. In 2013, Rafael was honored by the Boxing Writers Association of America with the Nat Fleischer award for career excellence in boxing journalism.