2016 has been an admittedly forgettable year thus far within the fight community. From fans to promoters, every active participant seems to be licking their respective wounds well into the final quarter of the fiscal year.
In October, lineal heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury was forced to relinquish his titles, and his boxing license was subsequently suspended.
How extensive will the drug testing be for WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder's May 21 title defense against Alexander Povetkin in Russia?
Manny Pacquiao recently reminded fans he's a small welterweight who has been defeating naturally bigger, rangier foes who can handle his power better than fighters in lower weight classes.
Following Russian heavyweight contender Alexander Povetkin's (29-1, 21 KOs) impressive first round knockout in May over the usually-gritty Mike Perez, WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder (34-0, 33 KOs) accused the former of steroid use.
"Who remembers the hype surrounding a possible bout between then heavyweight champion Mike Tyson (then 37-0) and NFL first round draft pick, 6'6" 315 lb athletic freak Tony Mandarich 29 years ago?
During the last several years there's been a lot of discussion about the highly controversial procedure of Testosterone Replacment Therapy (or TRT), especially in Boxing and Mixed Martial Arts.
A controversy dominating the world of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) is a procedure known as Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT).
This article was written to address Floyd Mayweather's so-called fear of Manny Pacquiao. It's well-researched and is not meant to accuse or condemn either gladiator. Mayweather and Pacquiao are legends of the game and should must be respected as such.