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TEAM LEFTJAB UNCENSORED-SHAWN CAMERON TALKS KOVALEV/CANELO & UPCOMING FIGHTS

“Killa” Shawn Cameron joins Team LeftJab Uncensored to give his thoughts on Sergey Kovalev’s win over Yarde and how a Kovalev-Canelo matchup looks.We also get Shawns thoughts on Lomachenko-Campbell and upcoming fights for Peter Quillin,Jamie Munguia,Hardy vs Serrano and Ruiz vs Joshua in Saudia Arabia.

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ALANTEZ FOX TALKS MIDDLEWEIGHT DIVISION ON TEAM LEFTJAB BOXING RADIO

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Top Middleweight prospect Alantez Fox joins Team LeftJab Boxing Radio for the first time to talk about his career thus far and his future in the middleweight division.Fox breaks down what has brought him to an undefeated record thus far and how he feels he will fair when put in with the top dogs in the division.

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PETER SFERRAZZA TALKS MALIGNAGGI WIN OVER MOSCATIELLO IN THE U.K. ON TEAM LEFTJAB BOXING RADIO

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Peter Sferrazza joins Team LeftJab Boxing Radio to discuss Paulie Malignaggi’s win in the U.K. over Antonio Moscatiello.Sferrazza breaks down Paulie’s win as well as give his thoughts on Gianluca Branco pulling out in the last minute.Pete goes over what the future holds for Paulie and if we ma see him fight in the U.K. again. We also get Sferrazza’s thoughts on Danny Jacobs KO win over Peter Quillin,Jacobs future opponents,Canelo vs GGG in 2016 and the devistating KO of Roy Jones last weekend.

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THOMAS LAMANNA TALKS CLARIDGE WIN,SEES JACOBS VS DOUGLAS NEXT ON TEAM LEFTJAB BOXING RADIO

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Thomas “Cornflake” Lamanna joins Team LeftJab Boxing Radio to discuss his last win at The Claridge Casino and what 2016 looks like for him.We also get Cornflake’s thoughts on Daniel Jacobs big win over Peter Quillin as well as Danny Garcia facing Robert Guerrero,Fury stripped of the IBF title and BY Jennings’ next fight.

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SHAWN CAMERON TALKS 2016,JACOBS & FURY WINS ON TEAM LEFTJAB BOXING RADIO

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Killa Shawn Cameron joins Team LeftJab Boxing Radio to talk about his future going into 2016 and go over a some big results in the world of boxing.Cameron looks back at his last fight against Chris Galeano and gives his take on the fight and what he learned from the experience that will make him better going forward.Shawn gives his breakdown of Danny Jacobs big KO win over Peter Quillin and Tyson Fury’s upset over Wladimir Klitschko.We also get Cameron’s opinion of Deontay Wilder’s possible next opponent in January at The Barclays Center which possibly could be Shannon Briggs and we take a look at Danny Garcia vs Robert Guerrero in January.

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THE ICEMAN JOHN SCULLY EXCLUSIVE TEAM LEFTJAB INTERVIEW 12/7/15

 JOHN SCULLY BOXER


1. What were your thoughts on Danny Jacobs impressive first round stoppage of Peter Quillin? Would you have let Kid Chocolate continue?

ICE: Obviously it was a very impressive showing from Danny. He showed that killer instinct that people want to see from young fighters today. Boxing is great and using skills is great, of course, but that fight reminded people of what boxing really is. You hit as hard as you can and when the opponent seems to be hurt you try to decapitate him. Both guys made new fans that night, I’m sure. Danny for his performance and Peter for what may have been the classiest post fight interview any of us have ever seen. I know Peter a bit, very good guy and that interview really made me like him even more.

As far as the stoppage goes, I would rarely question the judgement of a professionally trained man who is literally standing three feet away from the impaired boxer at that moment. Given the circumstances, Danny’s obvious high adrenaline spike at that moment and Peter trying to recover from those shots while on somewhat unsteady legs, I’d say that right call was made.

2. Do you a possible Danny Jacobs vs Gennady Golovkin matchup in 2016? Do you like Danny’s chances in that fight if it were to happen?

ICE: For the time being Id rather see GGG and Canelo first, maybe with Danny in the co-feature against Andy Lee or someone like that and let the two winners fight each other. As great as the win on Saturday was it still stands that Danny only got less than three minutes of experience from it. Id like to see him test himself against another very solid guy first at least before he challenges one of the big two.

3. With Tyson Fury dethroning Wladimir Klitschko. do you think it was a bad matchup for Klitschko or do you see age catching up with Wlad?

ICE: I think it was certainly a bad style matchup for him and you’d have to assume that age played at least somewhat of a part as well. The main thing, though, was probably the style. Fury being so tall and with those great feints he was throwing into the mix, his unpredictable style. When he’s on his game he’s going to be a problem for anyone out there because he’s a master at disrupting the timing and rhythm of his opponents.

4. Do you see Klitschko performing better in the rematch or will we see much of the same?

ICE: I think both guys will perform better in the rematch but likely one guy will be less confident than he was and the other will be even more confident than he was. I think if Wlad can’t get Tyson hurt with a big shot and follow up with something substantial then he will get outpointed again. I think to a large degree both guys know that Tyson has his number in many areas.

5. If age is finally catching up with Klitschko, do you feel Deontay Wilder is the best heavyweight out there now or do you rate Fury higher than Deontay?

ICE: Based on beating such a seemingly unbeatable guy, I’d have to elevate Tyson to the top spot. Skills and power mean a lot but you have to give ultimate points to the level of opposition a man beats and defeating Wlad is as big as you can get in the world of boxing today. Deontay is comparatively young and probably has some of that outward fire that Wlad may be lacking so that would bring a much different intangible to a fight between Fury and Deontay. Deontay will definitely try to KO Fury and will force him to react a bit quicker and move a bit more. It’s probably a much more interesting matchup based on that aspect of it all.

6. What are your thoughts on Anthony Joshua?

ICE: Honestly? I have only read and heard about him but have yet to see him fight but of course I’m hearing big things about him and people whose opinions I respect certainly seem to believe he is deserving of being right there in the mix with Tyson and Deontay.

7. Who do you have winning next weekend..Dillian Whyte or Anthony Joshua?

ICE: Can’t even call it based on not actually seeing them but the vibe that I get is that Anthony is expected to win it.

8. Do you like Robert Guerrero as Danny Garcia’s next opponent?

ICE: I think it’s a great test for Danny at that weight and one intriguing aspect is that Danny always goes for the knockout and Robert is known to be very durable against a high level of opposition so there is not only the incentive to win for Danny but to be the man to stop this guy where other top guys have failed to do so. It’s definitely a good fight.

9. A lot has been written bout PBC’s first year…good and bad. How would you rate their first year?

ICE: I’ve actually been to four PBC shows so far. One in New York, one in Virginia just outside Washington D.C. and two others, both in Florida, and each one has been a very solid and entertaining show. I like the format and the vibe that you get at each one and I’m sure the fighters do too. One thing I notice is that they don’t baby too many young prospects, they put them in tough on PBC shows. I actually saw a very solid undefeated prospect from Orlando get defeated on the last show I was at and I knew from halfway through the first round that it was going to be a long night for him. That’s a positive thing in the long run for boxing because the cream will always rise to the top but these guys are making it just a bit harder to get there. Whoever comes through a series of PBC shows, you can bet they will have beaten a strong group of opposition along the way.

ICE

Quote: “The wait in the dressing room before a professional boxing match -that last hour- could be enough to strip a man who never boxed before of whatever pride, desire and heart he THOUGHT he had” – Iceman John Scully, April 2002

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DR UPPERCUT’S 5 PUNCH COMBO-JACOBS,FURY,KLITSCHKO,IMAM & PORTER/THURMAN

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1. Fury scores the upset

I know I’m late in reviewing this but in a rather uneventful fight, Tyson Fury scored the huge upset and became the lineal heavyweight champion of the world. Fury used head movement and multiple feints to confuse Wladimir Klitschko and keep his right hand holstered next to his chin. Klitschko’s lack of activity was surprising and he looked bewildered at times by a man his size bouncing around and not allowing him to jab and grab. Some people discount Klitschko’s age but at 39 I think it was a major factor. His inability to fight on the inside and land body shots was his undoing and he will have to improve on this if we wants to win the rematch. But at almost 40 years old will he be able to add these wrinkles to his arsenal??

2. Klitschko’s Legacy

To those who say Wladimir was “exposed” or “overrated” I counter that this was a 39 year old man who lost to father time. I don’t think this poor performance in any way detracts from his legacy or his 11 year reign as champion. Two of his peers in other sports Peyton Manning and Kobe Bryant are dealing with the same issues. In no way does sports cruel end to athletes in the twilight of their career diminish their past accomplishments. I still respect Wladimir for coming back from knockout losses early in his career and using the tutelage of Emmanuel Steward to make himself the greatest heavyweight of the past 10 years. The King is dead, long live the (Gypsy) King.

3. The Battle for Brooklyn

Wow that was quick. Danny Jacobs stunned Quillin with a right hand a minute into the first round and turned on the gas. Trusting in his conditioning he refused to let up and had no fear of punching himself out. Jacobs forced the stoppage, which in real time looked quick but upon the replay looked to be the right call. Quillin’s eye’s were glazed over and he had no protest against the stoppage. One has to wonder how PBC’s soft matchmaking and too much time off stunted Quillin’s development as he appeared that he would be a top middleweight for a long time just 3 years ago. Jacob’s quickness and power cannot be denied and I hope he continues to test himself and build his resume and experience to live up to his potential.

4. Amir Imam upset

Another upset occurred since my last column and that was the loss of Amir Imam to Adrian Granados. Granados brought the fight to Imam and it was another case of superior infighting winning the day. It seemed that the inside uppercut was there for Imam but he couldn’t pull the trigger. All credit to Granados for bringing the fight to Imam and forcing him to fight his style of fight. Fortunately for Imam I think he is young enough and mentally strong enough to overcome this loss, and use it as a learning experience to make him a better stronger fighter. We’ve seen other cases where am early loss can be good for a fighter’s development. With no concern for losing their “0” they can match themselves up properly and fight with no fear. Will Imam stay with Don King and at King’s advanced age will he be able to do the proper matchmaking for Amir. These are two huge questions for Amir Imam going forward.

5. Porter vs Thurman

What happened??? After hearing rumors for a couple months that this fight was close to being completed this fight has disappeared. What is going on at the PBC? The inability to get this fight made illustrates some of the problems the PBC has had in it’s inaugural year. With a dominant roster PBC should have a stranglehold on boxing with all the matches we want to see. Yet we seem to have too many showcase bouts featuring fighters we are already aware of. If PBC wants to take the next step they need to start matching their stars in the top level bouts we all want to see. This fight has been the next logical bout for both guys for the last 18 months but instead they have both guys spinning their wheels in showcase bouts. C’mon PBC get this fight made!

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EDDIE CHAMBERS TALKS NEXT FIGHT & FURY VS KLITSCHKO REMATCH ON TEAM LEFTJAB BOXING RADIO

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Eddie Chambers joins Team LeftJab Boxing Radio to give us an update on his next fight and go over Tyson Fury’s win over Wladimir Klitschko last week.Chambers gives his thoughts on the heavyweight division and what we might see from some new names that could challenge the titleholders once Klitschko is gone.Chambers breaks down Fury’s win over Klistchko and what he see’s happening in a rematch that will likely take place at Wembley Stadium in the U.K. We also get Eddie’s prediction for Danny Jacobs vs Peter Quillin at The Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

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WILL ROSINSKY TALKS COMEBACK,FDNY & HAYMON ON TEAM LEFTJAB BOXING RADIO

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Will “Power” Rosinsky joins Team LeftJab Boxing Radio for the first time to talk about his comeback this year after taking 2 years off to become a firefighter.Rosinsky talks about the decision to step away from boxing in late 2012 to pursue his dream of becoming a firefighter and how his return has been this year.So far Will’s comeback has been succesful at 2-0 since coming back and Rosinsky talks about the possibility of working with Al Haymon in the near future,how close he was to fighting Peter Quillin intead of Zerafa a few weeks ago and what he wants before his career is over.We also get Rosinsky’s predictions for GGG vs Lemeiuex and Cotto vs Canelo.

 

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KID CHOCOLATE TALKS AL HAYMON,WBO TITLE,GGG & COTTO ON TEAM LEFTJAB BOXING RADIO

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Kid Chocolate Peter Quillin joins Team LeftJab Boxing Radio to discuss everything from his decision to drop the WBO title and Al Haymon to future possible opponents Gennady Golovkin and Miguel Cotto.Kid Chocolate also gives his thoughts on the NBC deal,Roc Nation and his upcoming role as Roger Mayweather in the Vinny Paz movie.

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