C. StilesGlen Johnson, one of South Florida's all-time best fighters.Glen Johnson has some thoughts about this weekend's big fight in Las Vegas, the long-awaited (some say it's coming years too late) rematch between boxing's former favorite son (and Florida native) Roy Jones Jr. and spry statesma ... More >>
C. Stiles Johnson training in Hollywood for a fight last November By the time most professional boxers turn 40, the days of lacing up the gloves and dancing around the squared circle are long gone. But that's just not the case with Miami-based former IBF Light Heavyweight Champion Glen J ... More >>
A bit of controversy at a boxing match this past weekend at the BankAtlantic Center, which hosted a WBC Championship bout between two super welterweights -- Sergio Martinez, the interim champ, and Kermit Citron, a former IBF champ who used to train in West Palm.HBO showed the fight, which was a big ... More >>
At 40, Glen Johnson is still fighting for respect
To the boxers who will square off in Red China, retired Olympian Nicholas Spanakos offers a cautionary tale
Fight Night Round 3 comes out a winner, despite taking punches.
Don King wants to make South Florida a boxing capital. Trouble is, he's on the ropes.
Daniel Santos, of Bayamon, Puerto Rico, via Pembroke Pines, is on his way to the top. Maybe.
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Warriors Boxing continues to bash heads in SoFla
Two Jupiter teams play nice
Warrior's Boxing Gym
A troubled wild kingdom looks to set up a SoFla outpost
Ali lands a few solid blows, but, sadly, it's no knockout
Combine a martial artist from Miami, a boxing trainer from Detroit, a mild-mannered Guyanese heavyweight, a dreadlocked ex-contender, and some Seminole money, and you get South Florida's hottest new boxing gym
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To protect boxers from the fight game, Irv Abramson wants to form a more perfect union
Union ringleaders hope to rally pugilists to fight for their rights
The world's greatest boxing trainer is still going strong, fueled by the prospect of finding the next champion