Wonderful Wizard of Oz

McGregor Trolls Mayweather with Painting of Floyd Getting Knocked Out

June 20, 2017
Leave a Comment

As anticipation for the Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor bout continues to grow, Conor McGregor took to Twitter to fan the flames of competition. The image he posted shows Conor in the ring behind a mural of himself knocking out a fighter that looks a lot like Mayweather. “I am a filthy Irish animal,” the caption read.video-229359

Advertisements

Posted in Boxing News

2015 Boxing Globe Boxer of the Year: Kell Brook

January 3, 2016
Leave a Comment

Kell Brook only fought two times this year after coming to America and taking the belt from Shawn Porter in 2014, but in those 2 fights Brook was barely touched and undefeated in every round.

The vote was tight between our staff, and we had to come back to look at the overall numbers a 2nd time, but Kell Brook is our Boxer of the Year.

The man called Special K, had an impressive year, (or year in a half but who is counting?) and did more than enough as the IBF Welterweight Champion in 2015.

We understand that JoJo Dan isn’t a top of crop opponent, but Brook didn’t handle him like one. He easily dismantled Dan in just 4 easy rounds, and when talking about the fight at our staff meeting we couldn’t remember if Dan even landed a good solid punch in those 4 rounds.

It was a take care of business fight, and Brook handled it like he was working from home on his day off. Light work.

Just 2 months later, Brook entered the ring at the O2 Center as the headliner of a giant card to face Frankie Gavin, and he was on point like a rifle gauge. The fight was called in just 6 rounds.

The 2015 Boxing Globe Boxer of the Year, only fought for 10 rounds in 2015. So it wasn’t by the amount of work, but the dominance in those 10 rounds.

Dominated is an understatement. Brook won all 10 rounds, and wasn’t even hit hard enough to kill a wasp in any of the rounds.

This was the closest vote we have had in our 3 years of naming a boxer of the year, but it was hard to not pick Brook even over PBC Boxer of the Year, Keith Thurman and ESPN’s pick of Canelo Alvarez who actually tied Brook in our first vote.

Congrats to Special K, Kell Brook! @SpecialKBrook on Twitter

more info at http://www.BoxingGlobe.com


Catfish Hughes Named Head Editor and Chief of the Boxing Globe

June 3, 2015
Leave a Comment

Frank “Catfish” Hughes has been called, “Bob Knight’s Baby with Hip Hop that covers sports.” by the Pluto Daily and “the future of sports writing!” by the Charlotte Sun Times.

Hughes who covers the Los Angeles Lakers as the official East Coast Voice of the Lakers on the media outlet, http://www.EastCoastLakers.com and on the basketball media outlet that he co-owns, http://www.WickedJumpShot.com. Hughes was hailed as the future of Sports Talk Radio on his acclaimed radio show, Thru the Wire Sports Talk Radio, which appeared on ESPN Radio and Fox Sports Radio. The show was featured on major platforms including in the hip hop magazine, The Source.

Hughes is an official member of the NSSA & USBWA.

Now Hughes has been named the Head Editor and Chief of the relaunched website, BoxingGlobe.com. The Boxing Globe has quickly launched into a one of the top online spots for news on the sweet science both inside and outside the ring.

Head over to BoxingGlobe.com and follow @CatfishHughes on twitter.


Prime Roy Jones .GIF

January 13, 2015
Leave a Comment


Publicist Michael Bentley Interviewed on TNTBS Radio about Slam House, Mitt Romney, and LAHH Hollywood

November 7, 2014
Leave a Comment

Michael Bentley is a publicist, A&R, radio show producer, political activist, entrepreneur, and he almost added reality TV star to his list of achievements.

Michael Bentley at Malahide Castle

Michael Bentley taking a selfie at Malahide Castle

Michael Bentley joined TNTBS Radio in Charlotte, NC to talk about his current label, Slam House Music Group, his work as an A&R in the music industry, and of course, Love and Hip Hop Hollywood. Bentley also discussed his part in the 2012 Presidential Election and his helping President Obama defeat Mitt Romney in a very hilarious twitter ordeal.

Bentley brought the juice late in the interview as he talk about how his wife and him didn’t feel like a ‘staged’ reality show wasn’t a great look for the newlyweds. A lot of the talk surrounding Bentley entering the VH1 hit show was around upcoming model, Shaquana Mitchell.

Q Mitchell

the very curvy and sexy Shaquana Mitchell

The very curved and thick, Shaquana is more than just a video girl, she is one of the first clients to sign onto a firm that Bentley has started along side Neal Foggie and Mike Authinik. The trio isn’t just starting the music label, Slam House, they have started an agency firm that will represent actors, musicians, and athletes mostly boxers. Shaquana will be a pivotal piece of the newly launched agency and Bentley said the high profile clients they have already secured contracts with is second to none.

Slam House Music

Slam House Music

There is an official launch of the record label, Slam House, and the new agency firm in early 2015 in Philadelphia.

Listen to part of Michael Bentley’s interview with TNTBS below and for more information visit MichaelBentleyLive.com

http://emd.sharebeast.com/embed.php?type=basic&file=fpzqty6l473b&enableDownload=true&title=LAHH.mp3&dur=184.3&bg=F9754D&border=1F30CC&color1=262CDF


Boxing Hall of Famer Al Bernstein Joins Thru the Wire to Talk Mayweather, More

September 29, 2014
Leave a Comment

One of the most known and reputable voices in boxing is that of Al Bernstein. Al has been a voice inside boxing for over 30 years, and he is a boxing Hall of Fame member inducted in 2012. Al has been ringside calling some of the greatest fights in history including The War, Hagler vs Hearns.  On Friday,  Mr. Al Bernstein, a Showtime Boxing broadcaster,  joined Thru the Wire sports talk radio to discuss Canelo moving to HBO, who Mayweather should fight in his last 2 fights with Showtime Boxing, how Mayweather would do vs the 4 Kings of boxing, (Sugar Ray Leonard, Tommy “The Hitman” Hearns, Marvelous Marvin Hagler, and Roberto “Hands of Stone” Duran), and more including Al’s own successful music career.

You can listen to part of the show below, as Thru the Wire host Catfish Hughes and Bernstein discuss Floyd Mayweather. If you want to hear the entire interview and the entire show you can via this link ENTIRE SHOW

 

 


Catfish Hughes x Kendrick Johnson discuss Floyd Mayweather Jr.

September 12, 2014
Leave a Comment

The Source Magazine sports writer, Kendrick Johnson joins Thru the Wire to discuss Mayweather vs. Maidana II, Broner vs Taylor, the legacy of Mayweather, and @CatfishHughes says if Mayweather fought in the 80s vs the Four Kings, Leonard, Hearns, Duran, and Hagler, that Mayweather would only go 2-2.