Richard V. Powell

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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FightSaga has learned highly-ranked UFC mixed martial artist Nick Diaz is in the final stages of negotiations with Floyd Mayweather, Sr., hoping to secure the services of the famed boxing trainer to help him prepare for his tilt against UFC's long-reigning welterweight champion, Georges St. Pierre.

Wednesday, 16 November 2011 16:49

Mickey Bey - Can He Resuscitate Boxing?

Verb: 1. Revive from unconsciousness or apparent death

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Talk about the 'Odd Couple'...

Sunday, 16 October 2011 14:01

Give Hopkins His Belts Back

If the old saying "where there's smoke, there's fire" is true, boxing's house is about to burst into flames.

FightSaga gets inside with the H.I.T. Factory's Kevin Henry - a former trainer to Mike Tyson who is currently working with Hasim Rahman.

During his 34-fight professional career Emmanuel Lucero (26-7-1, 14 KO) has seen it all.

Maligned referee Russell Mora knew he was walking on very 'thin ice' as he stepped into the ring last week in Las Vegas, as the planned "rehabilitation" of his career began.

Wednesday, 12 October 2011 14:21

Nick Casal: "My Turn"

Niagara Falls native Nick Casal (21-4-1, 16 KO) plans to cross the threshold to the next level when he fights undefeated Michael "Slick" Anderson (11-0-1, 9 KO) in a battle of jr welterweights at Staples Center in Los Angeles this Saturday.

Sunday, 02 October 2011 10:26

The Japanese Invade Las Vegas

Talk about a surprise attack. Three fighters from Japan showcased their abilities at the MGM Grand last night against high-quality opponents and left those watching shell-shocked by the heart, grit and skills they showed in their victories.

When Floyd "Money" Mayweather starts the hype machine leading up to his fights, it can be devastating mentally to those unfortunate opponents that aren't ready for it.