Golden Boy has parted ways with a plethora of Al Haymon represented fighters. This is the big news emanating from the settlement arrived at between former Golden Boy Promotions CEO Richard Schaefer and a newly resurgent Oscar De Lay Hoya. If De La Hoya continues his career resurgence with the ferocity he did his boxing career as the Golden Boy, his company is in for many victories in and outside of the ring.   Canelo Alvarez is the Face of Golden Boy Many columnists are making hay about the fact that the most prominent and arguably talented fighter left in the Golden Boy

Manny Pacquiao has taken to the public airwaves to tell Floyd Mayweather a special and yet pithy announcement: “SIGN THE CONTRACT!!!” If only Floyd would listen, boxing fans would reignite their decade old debate about who the all-time pound for pound fighter is, was, will be, etc. Let’s revisit Floyd Mayweather’s reluctance to make a fight with Pacquiao.   Mayweather's Drug Testing and 60/40 Split Mayweather first insisted on drug testing that he would likely not submit himself to. He then demanded the lion’s share of the prize fight earnings and Manny demurred to both demands. Since then, Manny Pacquiao has agreed to all

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