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Boxing: Bernard Hopkins vs Chad Dawson in Staples Center showdown for WBC light-heavyweight title

October 15, 2011

How appropriate that the weigh-in for the Bernard Hopkins-Chad Dawson light-heavyweight title fight was held outside "Ripley's Believe It or Not" in Hollywood yesterday.

It's hard to determine which stretches credulity more: That the 46-year-old Hopkins continues to hold sway over much younger men in the sport or that a card featuring East Coast boxers is taking place at the Staples Center tonight in downtown L.A. Take your pick. (MORE>>>)

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UFC/MMA: As Silva nears end, time is now for big bouts

October 14, 2011

Assuming the English translation we’ve been given is accurate, it was admittedly a bit jarring to see reports of Anderson Silva’s longtime manager, Ed Soares, casually telling a Brazilian media outlet the middleweight champion “only has around four fights left in his career.”

Yet before we all start weeping over the swan song of the world’s top pound-for-pound fighter, it’s important to keep some perspective on exactly what Soares means when he says “four more fights.” (MORE>>>)

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MMA/UFC: Pound for pound MMA rankings: Where do Aldo and Edgar rank? Fan's view

October 11, 2011

It's not often that fans of mixed martial arts are given the chance to watch two of the best pound for pound fighters in the sport on one card. At UFC 136, fans were given that chance with UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo and UFC lightweight champion Frankie Edgar. Both men were already considered two of the best in the sport, but where do they stand when it comes to the best pound for pound fighters? (MORE>>>)

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BOXING: Bradley Poised For Stardom With Top Rank

October 7, 2011

Timothy Bradley decided he needed new promoters while driving through the deserted streets of frigid Detroit in a rented van last January.

The undefeated 140-pound champion from the California desert couldn't fathom why he had to defend his title in Michigan's dilapidated, cavernous Silverdome in the dead of winter. He also couldn't understand why his opponent, Devon Alexander, was rolling in a limousine. ''Not that those things matter, but I didn't feel like a champion,'' Bradley said. Eight months later, Bradley (27-0, 11 KOs) has joined industry leader Top Rank, which believes the personable Palm Springs brawler should be a superstar. He'll fight veteran Joel Casamayor on Nov. 12 on the undercard of Manny Pacquiao's third fight with Juan Manuel Marquez in Las Vegas. He's widely expected to be Pacquiao's next opponent if Floyd Mayweather Jr. again refuses the bout. (MORE>>>)

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