Breaking down Mike Tyson

Got something special for you today. Today you are going to get a 2 for 1 on one of my favorite fighters of all time Mike Tyson, I’ve got quite a bit to say about him but first let me just dispel some myths. 1. He isn’t the hardest puncher ever. That title goes to […]

Roy Jones Jr.

The opponent Glen Kelly (white guy/ blue trunks) is a fairly conventional fighter who likes to work behind his jab and from behind his high guard defense. He is riding a 29 fight unbeaten streak, and this was his first taste of fighting on the world stage. Roy Jones Jr. Roy Jones is an olympic […]

Roberto “Hands of Stone” Duran

The opponent Iran “The Blade” Barkley (black and red trunks) is a big, strong, hard hitting middleweight coming into this fight after knocking out the incredible Thomas Hearns. His massive physical strength and tremendous left hook were his two best assets and he looked to put both to use against the shorter, smaller fighter. He […]

Breaking down Vasyl Lomachenko

The opponent Romulo Koasicha (red and green trunks) is the prototypical Mexican boxer. He has a powerful left hook and the sort of hard nosed toughness that is ingrained in them from the get go. He tends to like to pressure and get inside so he can dig his hooks and outwork his opponents. We’re […]

Breaking down James Toney

The opponent Vasily Jirov (tiger stripes/white guy) is like something out of a rocky movie. As a kid he was raised by the Kazhakstan national boxing coach and put through insane training, Stuff like being pushed out of a boat in the middle of a lake 2 miles from shore. Or being forced to run […]