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Amanda Serrano vs Erika Cruz: Preview & Analysis 2/04/2023

    Fight Preview   This weekend’s main boxing event from Madison Square Garden will feature an undisputed featherweight title fight between Amanda Serrano and Erika Cruz. If Serrano wants to face Katie Taylor again, she must defeat Cruz if she wants to maintain her position as one of the top female boxers.   Apparently, Serrano likes to compete in every division below lightweight. Even so, the Puerto Rican beauty has competed at featherweight the longest and is most successful there. After losing to Taylor, she quickly recovered with a victory against Sarah Mahfoud, and if she defeats Cruz, she

Arnold Barboza vs Jose Pedraza: Preview & Picks 2/03/2023

    Fight Preview   This weekend, two-time world champion Jose “Sniper” Pedraza will return to the ring to take on up-and-coming boxer Arnold Barboza Jr in an interesting fight. Barboza will use this as his biggest test to date and to demonstrate his readiness for a marquee contest and championship discussion.   Barboza Jr. is 27-0, yet he has just 10 knockouts. The Los Angeles-based 31-year-old fights with a Mexican spirit and has improved greatly as a puncher. He will land frequently and pull off amazing combinations.   His ability to maintain his timing against a cunning opponent like

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Artem Dalakian vs David Jimenez | Flyweights: Predictions & Picks 01/28/2023

    Fight Preview   This weekend from the OVO Arena in London, England, the WBA flyweight champion Artem Dalakian defends his title against David Jimenez. The main event features Artur Beterbiev and Anthony Yarde. Dalakian, who is making his sixth defense of his title, is a capable technician who is largely unknown to casual fans. Jimenez, ever one to seek out the underdog role, is looking to pull off another upset in the biggest fight of his career.   Since winning the WBA championship in 2018, Dalakian has gone unnoticed despite his undefeated 21-0 record and 15 knockouts. The

Artur Beterbiev vs Anthony Yarde | Light Heavyweights: Picks & Analysis 01/28/2023

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Alexis Rocha vs George Ashie | Welterweights: Analysis & Picks 01/28/2023

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Guido Vianello vs Jonnie Rice: Analysis & Preview 01/13/2023

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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.