El Feroz and Sugar Look to Restore their Reps by Jeremy "Fasttalker" Bjornberg - 02/17/2006
When Golden Boy Promotions announced that fellow Californians Fernando Vargas (26-2, 22 KOs) and Shane Mosley (41-4, 35 KOs) were squaring off on Feb. 25, it didn't exactly catch the excitement of the general boxing public. Mosley looked lackluster in both of his losses to Winky Wright and he seemingly continued the downward spiral with two decision wins over fringe contenders.
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Boxing Takes A Break, But Get Ready For Some Big Fights by Jeremy "Fasttalker" Bjornberg - 08/01/2005
While boxing fans have been spoiled the past few months with endless TV fights, there was nothing worth watching this last week(unless you still think Thomas Hearns is credible). The main reason for the delay was the cancellation of the Christy Martin vs. Lucia Rijker fight, but either way it gives us a chance to focus on all the upcoming fights.
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Betting On Boxing's Comeback by Jeremy "Fasttalker" Bjornberg - 07/27/2005
Sports have always been the most important matter in life to me. I have studied football, hockey, basketball, baseball and boxing. When I started to get older I found the greatest joy of them all, winning money on sports. If you are anything like me you also get a kinky thrill out of pocketing money whether it be a baseball game or the Super Bowl. I consider myself well schooled in the five sports I mentioned, but boxing is the one that has always been profitable.
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Fasttalker's Undisputed Pound for Pound Rankings -- July, 2005 by Jeremy "Fasttalker" Bjornberg - 07/19/2005
Jeremy "Fasttalker" Bjornberg gives his top ten pound-for-pound in boxing today. This is a must read for any boxing fan.
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Doc's Gets Another Underdog Win - Weekly Boxing Report by Jeremy "Fasttalker" Bjornberg - 07/18/2005
Doc's was able to conjure up another huge underdog win as Jermain Taylor shocked many boxing experts with a stunning decision won by taking the fight to Bernard Hopkins the first seven rounds of the match. Taylor won five of the first seven rounds at least as he landed shots to the head and body of the 40-year-old champ. At some points of the fight Taylor was even able to stun the iron-chinned champ.
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The Passing of the Guard? Taylor-Hopkins Boxing Preview by Jeremy "Fasttalker" Bjornberg - 07/14/2005
This Saturday young prospect Jermain Taylor will get his shot not only at Bernard Hopkins, but at boxing immortality. Sure Hopkins has been champ for a decade, but what top undefeated middleweights has he fought? The only one that comes to mind is Glen Johnson and yes that stoppage was a victory but it was a long time ago. Taylor may also be the strongest contender Bernard has fought. Be sure to check's Doc's Undisputed pick on this one as Doc's has found the value line three weeks in a row, including +240 for Mayweather to KO Gatti.
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Samuel Peter detonates Sykes in Second -- Doc's Weekly Boxing Report by Jeremy "Fasttalker" Bjornberg - 07/05/2005
Hot heavyweight prospect Samuel Peter didn't take long to catch Brooklyn bigmouth Taurus Sykes on Saturday. Sykes only previous loss was a decision to prospect Owen Beck so being KO'd in the second round was a surprise to everybody. Samuel Peter looked his normal self early on, sloppy and plodding. However in round two he caught Sykes on the ropes and unloaded all over his head, front and back to put Sykes down for the count. Sykes promised a Brooklyn style beating but he put up no fight at all.
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