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27
Mar
14

Michael Jordan personally signed ‘Rise Above’ photograph

After winning NBA Rookie of the Year and leading his team to the playoffs during the 1984-85 season, Michael Jordan missed the majority of his second year due to injury. He played in just 18 regular season games before returning for the playoffs. A healthy Jordan returned for the 1986-87 season where he truly rose above the rest of the league. Jordan averaged a career high 37.1 points per game, while still grabbing 5.2 rebounds and 4.6 assists a night. Rise Above captures “His Airness” mid-flight as he rises above NBA legend Magic Johnson for a one handed throw down. Jordan scored 41 points this November 28th 1986 versus the eventual NBA champions Lakers besting his season scoring average. Upper Deck Authenticated added a light design treated to help accentuate the players in the photo. Jordan’s silver autograph on this image is guaranteed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated’s five-step process. Unframed Size: 400 x 600 (mm) Signature: Personally signed by Michael Jordan Certificate of Authenticity: Yes, Upper Deck. Go to : http://substancesportsauctions.com/Category/Basketball-4.html

 

 

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17
Jul
10

James Toney Says He’ll Box Again In October Or November – After He’s Beaten Randy Couture In MMA Debut

by James Slater – James “Lights Out” Toney turns 42 in August, yet the former multi-weight champion says he has a lot of fight left in him yet. Planning to fight, in both boxing and MMA (the sport he makes his debut in on August 28th, against 47-year-old Randy Couture) until he’s aged 45, Toney wants to retire being known as “the greatest fighter to ever put on gloves.”

Speaking with MMA Junkie, Toney spoke about what he plans to do to Couture in Boston at the end of next month, and he also explained his plans for the sport that made him famous; boxing being the sport he has more than made his mark in, even if his goal of retiring as the greatest fighter ever is a lofty one..

Toney, who is showing no fear whatsoever as his 3x five-minutes of a match-up with “The Natural” closes in, said he will do something no-one has ever seen before in the Aug. 28th clash – KO a fighter whilst both men are on the ground!

“They’re trying to set me up to fail,” Toney said of the Las Vegas bookies who have made Couture a big betting favourite to beat him. “That’s why they’re throwing Randy Couture at me. I’ve been set up to fail my whole life, so it’s nothing new to me. If Randy Couture takes me to the ground, I will knock him out. Y’all ain’t never seen nobody knocked out from the floor, right? Ribs will be broken. I’m very comfortable on the floor.”

If Toney can manage to take out Couture, he will have at least shut up a lot of people; people like UFC president Dana White, who expect Toney to lose and pretty quickly against the ultra-experienced Couture. But, as much of a shock Toney will have caused in the MMA world if he beats Couture, what will this do for his standing as an all-time great? Not much.

Still, Toney, always a braggadocio of the highest and often most entertaining level, says he can carry on dominating in both sports at the same time.

“I’m a two-sport athlete,” Toney said. “After I fight Couture on August 28th, I’m going to defend my [IBA heavyweight] title against someone in October or November. [David] Haye ran his mouth about me and said I’m crazy – I’m going to get destroyed and choked out and all that. I want him next. I want to do this [MMA] and boxing until I’m aged 45, then I’m done. I would have accomplished everything and everyone would know I’m the greatest fighter to ever put gloves on. That’s my goal.”

Toney, who looks like he’s been working hard and taking the Couture fight seriously, is unlikely to land a fight with WBA heavyweight champ Haye this year, if at all. However, if he did get that fight and won it, his place amongst perhaps the greatest forty or so boxers in history could be argued.

27
May
10

Vitali Klitschko vs Albert Sosnowski-Nothing but a payday for both

Klitschko vs Sosnowskiby Paul McCreath – On Saturday May 29 at the Veltins Arena in Nordrhein-Westfalen in Germany WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko will once again put his title on the line, this time against challenger and former European champion Albert Sosnowski in a 12 round match. To call this a competitive bout would be stretching things a bit. Sosnowski is no bum and he has plenty of experience but there are several boxers currently available who could be expected to give Vitali a better fight. There is only one reason why Albert is getting this match. He provides the biggest financial reward for the smallest risk after Nicolay Valuev turned down $3 million for this bout. Albert has been fighting mostly in Europe since 1998 and has a big Polish following that can be expected to show up in large numbers to cheer him on. Vitali of course can draw a big crowd anywhere in Europe that he chooses to fight. A very large crowd is expected and tickets are going well. It is unlikely that any other opponent currently available and willing to face Vitali could draw the 40, 000+ fans that this fight will draw.

You have to understand that Vitali is nearing the end of a long career. He is 38 years old and turns 39 in July. He has already stated that he does not intend to fight much longer. Right now his main goal is to add to his retirement fund and Sosnowski fits the bill well for that.. Between Vitali and his brother Wlad they have pretty much cleaned out the heavyweight division. There are no logical and qualified challengers left and please don’t bring up the name of David Haye. He has had three chances now to meet either of the brothers and has not fought either one yet. This may not be a competitive fight but what else can Vitali do? After defeating Sam Peter, Chris Arreola and Juan Carlos Gomez I think he has earned a soft defense although he has had one already with Kevin Johnson. If there was a truly deserving challenger out there it would be a different story but there is not one available. This is after all a voluntary defense.

Klitschko vs SosnowskiSosnowski who is Polish born but lives in the UK has spent most of his career fighting in the wilderness of boxing against fighters you have probably never heard of. He has an overall record of 45-2-1 with 27 KOs. Most of his early fights were at home in Poland but he has fought fairly often in the UK and has appeared several times in USA. For the most part nobody noticed. After winning his first 19 bouts he met defeat for the first time in March 2001 when the Canadian Arthur Cook who was 5-1-1 at the time stopped him in 9 rounds. Cook was something of a prospect for a short while who even attracted the attention of Manny Steward before fading into obscurity mostly due to inactivity and too much eating and partying. He got fat. Sosnowski’s loss was a huge upset and remained Albert’s only loss until August 2008 when he was outpointed over 8 rounds by trial horse Zuri Lawrence. I saw that fight and Sosnowski showed nothing that would suggest he would ever be a contender. He stated later that he was not healthy for that bout and only went through with it because he was desperate for the money. Maybe that is true but at any rate he had actually started to show some signs of improvement before that match with Lawrence. In his two previous fights he had stopped undefeated Steve Herelius who is now a rated cruiser in the 9th round and then stopped 18-1 Manuel Pucheta a prospect from Argentina in 2 rounds. His subsequent fights suggest he is a much better fighter than Zuri Lawrence so maybe Albert is telling the truth about being not right for that Lawrence fight.

Klitschko vs Sosnowski

After the Lawrence loss he began to emerge as at least a fringe contender. In November 2008 he pulled a big upset when he stopped Danny Williams in 9 rounds. He followed that with a 12 round draw with undefeated Italian Francesco Pianeta for the EU title. Many thought Albert deserved the verdict. Last time out Sosnowski won the European belt with a 12 round decision over another Italian, the veteran Paolo Vidoz. He has since relinquished that title in order to challenge Vitali for the world belt. Albert is a fit boxer who always gives his best. He stands 6 foot 2 and 1/2 inches tall and usually weighs around 225-230 pounds. He will be giving away about 5 inches and 20 pounds to Vitali as if the skill difference is not enough. Albert is better than most people think but still not in the same league with Klitschko. Vitali has a record of 39-2 with 37 KOs. Both losses came on injuries, one to Chris Byrd and the other to Lennox Lewis. Vitali was leading on points in both bouts before the stoppage. There is no need to go into his standing as a top class fighter here. He has never been behind in points in any of his fights and has rarely lost a round.

Klitschko vs Sosnowski

I don’t begrudge either fighter this payday and I think that the European fans know what they are getting so there is no point in complaining about this match. Albert will give it a good try and will likely be stopped around the mid to late rounds. Vitali does not usually get early KOs these days. We might just as well either sit back and enjoy this one if we can or ignore it if we can’t. There is not much more to offer in the heavyweight division these days and this could be one of Vitali’s last fights.

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25
May
10

Marquez evens the score with TKO of Vasquez

boxingBy Paul Strauss: Two a piece, that’s the score between Rafael Marquez and Israel Vasquez. This fourth fight was preceeded with feelings similiar to the previous three. Those feelings caused queasiness in the faint of heart, and anxiety in the more stout hearted. Everyone knew a battle between these two was fraught with danger. The matchup was between two great fighters, each capable of stopping the other. Would the champion retain his title and close out the series for good? Or, would the embittered Marquez, who lost by a paper thin margin in the rubber match gain revenge and even things up?

Both fighters looked very calm, focused and determined while Showtime’s ring announcer Jimmy Lennon, Jr. performed his duties. The preliminary twelve rounder between Yonnhy Perez and Abner Mares gave the fans a taste of what they hoped was to come. There was lots of action in that close fight, which ended in a majority draw, but everyone knew it was “niggling” in comparison to what was to soon transpire. (Ask Carl Froch what “niggling” means.)

A prophetic conversation took place between announcers Al Bernstein, Gus Johnson and Antonio Tarver prior to the beginning of the contest.. All three commented about the susceptibility of Vasquez to cuts, and all three also mentioned how pink and tender the area looked above Vasquez’ left eye. It didn’t take long for that foretelling to develope into reality, as a serious cut was opened up in the very first round.

The cut was so bad that it’s likely some in the viewing audience gagged or became faint when the camera moved in for a close up. Ooh no, Ugh! Immediately thoughts had to enter everyone’s mind that Israel couldn’t continue long with that gapping wound.

Boxing is a tough, brutal, and cruel busines, and Marquez knows that as Sun Tzu says, “Opportunities mulitiply as they are seized.” That’s exactly what he did. He aimed multiple hard shots at the cut, and soon had even veteran former champ Antonio Tarver saying, It was the worst cut he had ever seen!”

It was “ginormous” or gigantically humongous if you prefer. Okay, it was extremely large.

Soon Israel was also cut over the right eye, and blood poured from that big cut as well. But, the little warrior wasn’t about to be passive. He pressed forward, and managed to land several hard short shots, two at a time, on a couple of different occasions. In the meantime, Marquez was beating a resounding rhythm on his eyes. Israel couldn’t see, and soon Marquez landed a good right hand shot in the third round that put Vasquez down. Normally, that punch wouldn’t have been considered one of his best, but it was one that Vasquez didn’t see, and therefore it ended up being one of Marquez’ best.

When he rose to his feet, Marquez swarmed all over him, and even the stout hearted were getting queasy now. Thankfully Referee Raul Caiz, Jr. stepped in and stopped the scourging. The official time was 1:33 of the third round.

Afterwards there were no excuses by either fighter. Vasquez admitted he got hit with a good shot that opened the cut, and Marquez admitted that Vasquez had caught him with several good hard punches.

Jim Gray managed to illicit some talk of a fifth fight, but most at hand probably didn’t want to think about Israel Vasquez risking permanent damage to his vision.

Marquez mentioned possibly fighting Victor Darchinyan, which would be an interesting matchup, especially since Vic has been spouting off for a long time about wanting to fight either of these two greats. Regardless, Vic has his hands full trying to redeem himself in a rematch with Nonito Donaire over his knockout loss.

The truth is this loss has to be the nadir, or lowest point of Vasquez’ career. Not only did he suffer a tough loss in their series and lose his title, but there’s a good chance this fight might be the end of his great career. Hopefully, he will listen to and follow the advice of the medical experts, and not let his fighting heart sway any decision he makes about his future. Thanks for the memories to both of these greats.

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22
May
10

Marquez / Vazquez Prove True Carácter During Tecate-Sponsored Fight

 

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (May 19, 2010) – Tecate, con carácter, is excited to support the fourth encounter and test of character between Mexican boxers Rafael Marquez (38-5-0, 34 KOs) and Israel Vazquez (44-4-0, 32 KOs) at Los Angeles’ Staples Center on May 22. The event will be broadcast live on Showtime at 9 p.m. ET/PT. In support of this event, Tecate has planned a program that will bring boxing fans closer to the action..

Adult consumers in California and Nevada, who cannot attend the fight, can enjoy it from home and receive $20.00 off a 2-month Showtime subscription through Tecate’s mail-in-rebate offer. This is available on Tecate 12-packs or larger. Also, at select retail locations, adults 21 and older can channel the boxer within them and pose along with the Chicas Tecate on a mini boxing ring backdrop. Commemorative posters featuring Marquez and Vazquez will be available as well.

“In boxing, character is measured beyond an individual fight; it’s a combination of passion, boldness, determination, and perseverance. We are proud to support two Mexican athletes who not only embody these traits, but also share these characteristics with our adult consumers,” said Felix Palau, vice president of marketing for Tecate. “As part of our strong commitment to the sport, we will ensure consumers have access to fight information throughout various touch points of their day, through our tailored advertising and radio promotions.”

Boxing fans attending the fight will have an opportunity to visit the recently-launched Tecate Museo de Boxeo; it will be located at Parking Lot #4 of Staples Center on Saturday, May 22. This mobile museum offers guests an opportunity to see memorabilia from some of the most exciting fights of the last decade featuring boxers such as Oscar de la Hoya, Juan Manuel Marquez, Floyd Mayweather Jr., Manny Pacquiao, and Julio Cesar Chavez, among others.

Rafael Marquez & Abner Mares Throw First Pitch At Dodgers Game, Pose With Joe Torre and Fernando Valenzuela

Two-Division World Champion Rafael Marquez (Right) and top undefeated bantamweight contender Abner Mares (Left) pose prior to throwing out the first pitch at the Dodgers game against the Houston Astros on May 18, 2010 in Los Angeles, California. Marquez will face Three-Time World Champion Israel Vazquez and Mares will face Bantamweight World Champion Yonnhy Perez on May 22, 2010 at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, televised live on SHOWTIME (9 p.m. ET/PT, delayed on the west coast).

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(From Left to Right) Two-Division World Champion Rafael Marquez , top undefeated bantamweight contender Abner Mares and Rookie of the year 1981, former Cy Young winner and Silver Batter Fernando Valenzuela pose after Marquez and Mares threw out the first pitch at the Dodgers game against the Houston Astros on May 18, 2010 in Los Angeles, California. Marquez will face Three-Time World Champion Israel Vazquez and Mares will face Bantamweight World Champion Yonnhy Perez on May 22, 2010 at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles which will be televised live on SHOWTIME.

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Two-Division World Champion Rafael Marquez (Left), top undefeated bantamweight contender Abner Mares (Center) pose while Dodgers Manager Joe Torre (Right) autographs the ceremonial first pitch baseballs that Marquez and Mares threw out at the Dodgers game against the Houston Astros on May 18, 2010 in Los Angeles, California. Marquez will face Three-Time World Champion Israel Vazquez and Mares will face Bantamweight World Champion Yonnhy Perez on May 22, 2010 at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles which will be televised live on SHOWTIME.

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Top undefeated bantamweight contender Abner Mares (Left) and Two-Division World Champion Rafael Marquez (Right) throw out the first pitch at the Dodgers game against the Houston Astros on May 18, 2010 in Los Angeles, California. Marquez will face Three-Time World Champion Israel Vazquez and Mares will face Bantamweight World Champion Yonnhy Perez on May 22, 2010 at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles which will be televised live on SHOWTIME.

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Two-Division World Champion Rafael Marquez (Left) and top undefeated bantamweight contender Abner Mares (Right) warm up prior to throwing out the first pitch at the Dodgers game against the Houston Astros on May 18, 2010 in Los Angeles, California. Marquez will face Three-Time World Champion Israel Vazquez and Mares will face Bantamweight World Champion Yonnhy Perez on May 22, 2010 at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles which will be televised live on SHOWTIME.

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jpg: Two-Division World Champion Rafael Marquez warms up prior to throwing out the first pitch at the Dodgers game against the Houston Astros on May 18, 2010 in Los Angeles, California. Marquez will face Three-Time World Champion Israel Vazquez on May 22, 2010 at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles which will be televised live on SHOWTIME.

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Top undefeated bantamweight contender Abner Mares warms up prior to throwing out the first pitch at the Dodgers game against the Houston Astros on May 18, 2010 in Los Angeles, California. Mares will face Bantamweight World Champion Yonnhy Perez on the undercard of Israel Vazquez vs. Rafael Marquez IV at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles which will be televised live on SHOWTIME.

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21
May
10

Miguel Cotto: “No matter by what way, I will win”

by Jenna JOn the Ropes Boxing Radio Episode 73 featured an exclusive interview with Hall of Fame trainer Emanuel Steward, who is currently in training with Miguel Cotto for his upcoming junior middleweight title bout against undefended Yuri Foremen. Towards the end of the interview, thanks to Emanuel Steward, fans were treated with a surprise cameo appearance from Cotto himself. This allowed for some special insight from Miguel pertaining to his upcoming June 5 clash with Foreman at Yankees Stadium. Here are some excerpts from that interview:

JJ: What one thing do you see yourself having to do to be successful against Yuri?

MC: Just the kind of camp we have here in Tampa, all the weeks we trained for the fight, and the hard work we have for the fight are going to make us the winners on June 5th.

Geoffrey Ciani: How excited are you to be fighting in Yankee stadium for the fight time in over 30 years.

MC: It’s good for me you know. It’s a real pleasure for me fighting in the Yankee stadium. It’s a new building but it’s a legendary team who’s played there, the Yankees from New York.It’s more than a pleasure for me fighting there.

JJ: Do you have a prediction for June 5th?

MC: No matter by what way I will win. The fight is going to be for the fans, we are going to be the winners.

JJ:. Is there anything you want to say to all your fans out there?

MC:. For the fans I know they are expecting a good fight. Like always, Miguel makes it that way and it’s going to be the same for this night—a good show, good kind of fight for all my fans all around the world.

Jenna J: Hey Miguel, this is Jenna J from On the Ropes. How are you doing today?

Miguel Cotto: Doing very very good, just handling the training and having fun with it.

JJ: How have your preparations been going with Manny Steward for your fight with Yuri Foreman?

MC: We have been training good, you know. We trained for a lot of things to make them good. We’re training to do good in the fight..

WBO welterweight champion Miguel Cotto poses during the weigh-in for his bout against Manny Pacquiao at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on November 13, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Pacquiao and Cotto will meet in a WBO welterweight title fight at the MGM Grand on November 14.  Pacquiao weighed in at 144 pounds and Cotto weighed in at 145 pounds.

For more information about On the Ropes Boxing Radio please visit our website:
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21
May
10


Mayweather takes one on the chin (AP Photo)

The drug testing impasse which once derailed the proposed fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao and threatened to do so again might have been solved.

The testing cut off demanded by team Mayweather and Golden Boy during the last set of negotiations has now been agreed to by Pacquiao and Top Rank. The big question now is what the response will be from Floyd and his team.

Speaking to the Manilla Bulletin yesterday, Pacquiao said: “As long as they’re not getting a large amount of blood, I am willing to give out blood as close to two weeks before the fight”

A couple of weeks back, the Filipino fighter’s official website reported that he had agreed to the 14 day cut off date. Shortly after the story broke, Pacman advisor Michael Koncz denied that this had been the case and the story quickly disappeared. Now obviously this is a strange thing to have happened on his official site, where you would have thought the writers are in close contact with the fighter and his team. Is it possible that the concession was planned ahead of time and that his site merely published the story earlier than they were supposed to?

It isn’t clear yet what Floyd Mayweather’s response to this will be, but for the sake of making the fight happening, even his most ardent supporters tend to agree that he should accept the 14 day cut off. If it was good enough last time, then there isn’t any reason he shouldn’t accept it now, that is unless his plans have changed and a Pacquiao fight is no longer a priority.

After fighting Shane Mosley he said that there would now be no cut off date now, and that it would be fully random testing or nothing. Additionally the numbers he pulled in against Mosley no doubt strengthened his position for the subsequent negotiations. It may be the case that Floyd doesn’t feel he even needs to fight Pacquiao any more, given what he can make by himself against other opponents. A move to middleweight to take on Sergio Martinez for example would not only likely sell well, but would allow him to capture a title at his 6th weight class.

However, if Mayweather does still want the fight with Pacquiao to happen, then realistically 14 days is long enough to rule out the use of nearly all performance enhancing drugs. The 24 days that team Pacquiao wanted before would have theoretically allowed the use of some drugs, which would then have passed out of the system by the time the fight happened.

Pacquiao vs Clottey Winner Result - Pacquiao Wins

Two weeks though is not long enough for most drugs to pass out of the system, meaning if the fight now goes ahead, Pacquiao can prove himself to be clean and restore the damage done to his reputation from all the accusations that have been thrown his way over the last few months.

A lot of the time in boxing, perception is everything and this latest move will certainly shift some perceptions in favor of Pacquiao. If Mayweather now refuses or insists on fully random testing, then the public opinion that previously supported his testing stance may well shift in favor of Pacquiao.

Amongst the local fans I spoke to about this story though, there was still some skepticism about the fight happening. One problem might have been solved, but potentially there are still issues between the two camps.

Brett Allan, Pittsburgh: “Even if the testing is out of the way, the venue and money are still in the way. No way Mayweather will accept 50-50 now that he’s outsold Pacquiao and proved he’s more popular”

James Green, Greensburg: “If Mayweather thinks he has made Pacquiao play by his rules and there is a lot of money on the table, I think he will be happy to let the fight now go ahead. Two more fights for both and then retirement with a hundred million in the bank each”

Buck Jackson Pittsburgh: “This still doesn’t mean the fight will happen, Mayweather said he won’t accept any kind of cut off and why should he? He’s the draw and the biggest name and he’s the one who will be selling the pay per views”

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