Monthly Archives: June 2019

Tips for Selecting the Right Basketball Shorts for Men?

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Basketball is a game where physicality is a significant factor and is a lot of a muscle game. Players require their physique to feel free and flowing while in the game although equipped with all the accessories. In the context of that, choosing for male athletes, the right shorts to wear during the game is essential. The footwork in the game needs the hamstring and the quads to be free and useful for a player to effectively run and dominate the field.

Reasons for choosing correct basketball shorts

In such sports, like basketball, they have their type of shorts for some reasons. Firstly, basketball shorts are more extended than knee length and roomier than other athletic shorts. They are also made of performance fabric, which is more substantial, but also looser fitting shorts as they are more active during the game. Click here to read advantages of basketball shorts during match. These shorts require being the roomiest and most comfortable shorts in the game.

PHOTOS: Tyson Fury Destroys Thomas Schwarz in Las Vegas

Tyson Fury was too much for Thomas Schwarz on Saturday night (Photo: Mikey Williams – Top Rank)

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By Chris Robinson

On Saturday night, from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, NV, the man who calls himself the “lineal” heavyweight champion of the world, Tyson Fury, easily dispatched of previously-undefeated Thomas Schwarz in the second round.

Fury (28-0-1, 20 KO’s) was a different class from Schwarz (24-1, 16 KO’s) and he proved this early on by dominating the action and staying elusive. A sharp counter shot from Fury put a bloody Schwarz down in round two and the end was near. Fury unloaded a series of punches moments later and the fight was halted.

Will ‘One Time’ be the Last Time for Pacquiao?

Manny Pacquiao faces Keith Thurman on July 20th in Las Vegas (Photo: Stephanie Trapp)

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By Dennis Guillermo

As long as Manny Pacquiao (61-7-2, 39) continues to defy age and keeps winning, the narrative isn’t going to change each time he is set to face another young, hungry and determined opponent.

Keith ‘One Time’ Thurman (29-0, 22 KOs) easily fits that bill. The unbeaten WBA welterweight champ is next in line to attempt to slay the legend. He vows to do nothing less.

VIDEO: Devin Haney Discusses His KO Over Moran, Wanting to Face Vasyl Lomachenko, more

Devin Haney is coming off of a knockout over Antonio Moran (Photo: Ed Mulholland – Matchroom Boxing)

Boxing: Devin Haney vs Antonio Moran

By Chris Robinson

Devin Haney continues to roll forward with his career. The 20-year old is fresh off of stirring knockout this past May 25 over tough veteran Antonio Moran, a fight that marked his first in his exclusive deal with DAZN.

Haney (22-0, 14 KO’s) recently sat down with The Breakfast Club on Power 105.1 FM in New York City to discuss several aspects of his career, including why he signed a co-promotional deal with Eddie Hearn, his thoughts on wanting to face Vasyl Lomachenko, winning some of his early bouts in Mexico, and much more.

WBC Junior Featherweight Champion Rey Vargas Faces Former Champion Tomoki Kameda on July 13

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Press Release

A thoroughly stacked night of Golden Boy action heads to the Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, Calif. as Rey Vargas (33-0, 22 KOs) defends his WBC Super Bantamweight World Title in the 12-round main event against No. 1 Contender and former world champion Tomoki “El Mexicanito” Kameda (36-2, 20 KOs). The card will also feature the return of Diego De La Hoya, Joet Gonzalez, Eduardo “Rocky” Hernandez, Alexis “Lex” Rocka and Jousce “Tito” Gonzalez. The fights will take place on Saturday, July 13 and will be streamed live on DAZN.

“Golden Boy is no stranger to big events with stacked undercards, and much less when it comes to having them at the Dignity Health Sports Park,” said Oscar De La Hoya, Chairman and CEO of Golden Boy. “Not only is this place the home of the LA Galaxy, it has also become a battlefield for some of the most exciting wars this sport has ever seen. July 13 will not disappoint as the best 122-pounder in the world in Rey Vargas defends his world title against an explosive challenger. Most importantly, however, this stacked card will also demonstrate what we have been doing at the Golden Boy for many years: producing stars and making the best fights possible.”

Top Contender Teofimo Lopez Returns July 19 at MGM National Harbor vs. Masayoshi Nakatani

Teofimo Lopez returns July 19  (Photo: Mikey Williams – Top Rank)

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Press Release

Teofimo Lopez is one win away from a shot at fulfilling his world title destiny. Standing in his way is fellow unbeaten Masayoshi Nakatani, who is intent on spoiling his plans.

Lopez and Nakatani will lock horns in a 12-round IBF lightweight world title eliminator Friday, July 19 at MGM National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Maryland. The Lopez-Nakatani winner will be the mandatory challenger for the victor of the June 28 ESPN-televised bout between IBF champion Richard Commey and Ray Beltran.