Tag: marcos rene maidana

Change Scope

Filter By

Weekly Results (June 2-8)

Find out what you missed the past weekend. Countries highlighted in this review include the USA, UK, Canada, Japan, Thailand, Mexico, Poland, Russia, Belgium, and Germany.

The Juan Manuel Marquez Round Table

Can Michael Katsidis upset Juan Manuel Marquez? Is Marquez still a viable opponent for Manny Pacquiao? Who else might prove a challenge for the 135lb champion? The Boxing Bulletin writers weigh in with their thoughts on these questions.

FNF, Shobox and the Return of Chagaev

It's been a fairly busy weekend so far. Even with the highly anticipated main event between Vic Darchinyan and Jorge Arce still to come, we've already had plenty of fights worth touching on.Last...

Betting on Boxing: Andriy Kotelnik vs. Marcos Rene Maidana

By Michael NelsonIn a potential great fight that's flying under the radar in the boxing community outside of Europe, defending WBA Jr. Welterweight titlist Andriy Kotelnik faces a relatively...

Victor Ortiz vs Marcos Rene Maidana Preview

Yesterday, Michael Nelson previewed the main event of the June 27th HBO double-header (John vs Juarez II Preview). Today, he takes a look at the opening bout between Victor Ortiz and Marcos Rene...

Live Blog: Lopez vs Lontchi & Ortiz vs Maidana

Welcome to The Boxing Bulletin's live blog coverage of Saturday night's twin-bill action with round by round updates of both the Top Rank PPV and HBO BAD shows.Coverage will start at 9 PM EST with...

Maidana Forces Himself Into Forefront With Scintillating Upset

Micheal Nelson gives his thoughts on Marcos Rene Maidana's stirring come from behind upset win over Victor Ortiz.Marcos Rene Maidana wore a discouraged look on his face, having just suffered his...

Next for Marcos Rene Maidana - Victor Cayo?

According to Domincan newspaper Listin Diario, it looks like Marcos Maidana's next opponent may be Victor Cayo, who became his mandatory with last week's victory over Julio Diaz. The two may face off in November. Could be a very interesting matchup between a forward-moving slugger who knocks everyone out against a quick and shifty opponent who has a bad habit of leaving his hands down. (Link in Spanish)

Bits and Pieces - Ortiz-Maidana, Afolabi-Ross, and the IBF Wises Up

Roundup and analysis of some news from Dan Rafael.

Results from Germany

  1. Ruslan Chagaev TD6 Carl Davis Drumond (Drumond opened up a huge cut on Chagaev by a "headbutt", Chagaev narrowly wins on the cards)
  2. Andriy Kotelnik SD Marcos Rene Maidana (I've heard this was a FOTY candidate, very close fight overall)
  3. Denis Boystov TKO2 Israel Garcia (That's about how long it took Arreola to beat that schlub)
  4. (You gotta have five things on the list for it to not smush the numbers together...
  5. ...like how Cusack made all those top five lists in High Fidelity.)
X
Log In Sign Up

forgot?
Log In Sign Up

Forgot password?

We'll email you a reset link.

If you signed up using a 3rd party account like Facebook or Twitter, please login with it instead.

Forgot password?

Try another email?

Almost done,

Join Bad Left Hook

You must be a member of Bad Left Hook to participate.

We have our own Community Guidelines at Bad Left Hook. You should read them.

Join Bad Left Hook

You must be a member of Bad Left Hook to participate.

We have our own Community Guidelines at Bad Left Hook. You should read them.

Spinner

Authenticating

Great!

Choose an available username to complete sign up.

In order to provide our users with a better overall experience, we ask for more information from Facebook when using it to login so that we can learn more about our audience and provide you with the best possible experience. We do not store specific user data and the sharing of it is not required to login with Facebook.

tracking_pixel_5349_tracker