Last Saturday’s circus in Las Vegas may be the final nail in boxing’s coffin.
As we hit the second weekend of June, the weather is nice and the yard work is plenitful. However, if you can manage to find some free time, there is plenty of sports entertainment for your viewing pleasure.
The Orioles will send Wei-Yin Chen to the hill to put the brakes on a 5-game losing streak.
On the show this week I put together the list of the craziest athletes in sports. We all know there are different types of crazy and there is a wide variety on the list.
One of the best going rivalries is Baltimore and Pittsburgh. The bitterness between the two towns is rooted in the annual battles between the Ravens and Steelers, and Friday night, the rivalry enters the boxing ring.
An Annapolis family is hoping the public can help them find a stolen heirloom.
Top-ranked middleweight Franchon Crews–a Baltimore native– narrowly avoided elimination with a wild 27-26 victory over Tiffanie Hearn. Crews, the five-time national champion, broke into tears while Hearn collapsed after a vicious bout in which both fighters bounced off the ropes and traded haymakers.
A local female boxer is beginning her battle for a spot in the 2012 Olympics.
My most cherished memory of being in radio was meeting Joe Frazier.
The world was hit the the news on Monday night that former heavyweight champion Joe Frazier had lost his fight with liver cancer at the age of 67.
There are so many things to check out this weekend, I hope I can get them all in.
Mayweather and Oritz will meet in the ring in a September 17 showdown in Las Vegas and I’m really looking forward to this fight and I’ll be happy no matter who the winner is.
Timothy Bradley defeated Manny Pacquiao by split decision in their WBO welterweight title fight at MGM Grand Garden Arena on June 9, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Joseph William “Smokin’ Joe” Frazier (January 12, 1944 – November 7, 2011) was a former Olympic and Undisputed World Heavyweight boxing champion, whose professional career lasted from 1965 to 1976, with a brief comeback in 1981.