Richard V. Powell
Richard Powell is an investments professional and respected Las Vegas boxing insider with strong connections on the west coast. Known for his positive approach and friendly demeanor, he gives fighters advice and added exposure and is a frequent guest on boxing radio shows.
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For jr welterweight champion Lamont Peterson (30-1-1, 15 KO), picking the winner in the much-anticipated match up between Manny Pacquiao (54-3-2, 38 KO) and Tim Bradley (28-0, 12 KO) comes down to one simple question: Can Tim Bradley handle Pacquiao's power?
There comes a time in every young man's life where he needs to spread his wings and fly out into the world on his own. But when that young man thinks he's better than he really is, that first flight can be a very humbling if he struggles and crashes.
Victor Ortiz (29-3-2, 22 KO), a former two-division world champion and accomplished amateur, is only 25 but has already engaged in epic battles with elite competition.
Legendary boxing trainer and cut-man Miguel Diaz has excelled in virtually every position on a championship level. As a cut-man, he is arguably one of the most sought-after and busiest individuals in the sport today. And as a trainer, he has successfully led fighters, such as Eric Morales, to world titles.
When Lamont Peterson heard that Amir Khan was frantically crying foul and demanding a rematch just minutes after their fight in December, Peterson thought the Brit had gone delirious.
Speed kills and pound-for-pound star Nonito Donaire believes it's Floyd Mayweather's most deadly weapon.
When it comes time to decide who the sexiest man is boxing is, who better to judge than some of the sexiest women in the world?
WBO Jr Welterweight Champion Tim Bradley promises not to make the same mistake against Manny Pacquiao he believes Juan Manuel Marquez made in November.