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Kenny Porter remembers Golovkin as an amateur; expects the boxing public to demand Canelo

Kenny Porter speaking in Las Vegas (Photo: Hustle Boss)


By Chris Robinson

On Friday night, inside of the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, Hustle Boss caught up with trainer Kenny Porter.

Kenny’s primary fighter, his son, former IBF welterweight champion Shawn, is coming off of a rousing performance this past June 25, where he dropped a razor-thin unanimous decision to WBA titlist Keith Thurman.
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Kenny Porter: ‘Floyd would never fight a young, black African American in his prime’

Floyd Mayweather, center, with Rihanna and P Reala during the madness of the NBA Finals in Golden State earlier this month (Photo: Instagram)

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By Chris Robinson

I will never accuse Kenny Porter of holding back his thoughts.

Still basking in the aftermath of his son Shawn’s big victory over Adrien Broner this past weekend, we caught up with the outspoken coach during the BKB weigh-ins at the Mandalay Bay on Friday afternoon.
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EXCLUSIVE: Team Porter call for ‘Big Brother’ Floyd Mayweather following Adrien Broner victory

Shawn Porter defeated Adrien Broner on Saturday night (Photo: Naoki Fukuda)


By Chris Robinson

On Saturday night, June 20, Shawn Porter captured another big victory for his career by controlling Adrien Broner over the better part of 12 rounds inside of the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Following the action, scores of 118-108, 115-111, and 114-112 were all read in favor of Porter, as the Akron, Oh. native moves to 26-1-1 with 16 knockouts.
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Kenny Porter on Pacquiao’s defeat: ‘If it was me I would just take that loss and move on’

Manny Pacquiao in the ring following his defeat to Floyd Mayweather this past weekend in Las Vegas (Photo: Naoki Fukuda)


By Vitali Shaposhnikov

While it is impossible and unnecessary to ignore the opinions of dedicated Mayweather and Pacquiao fans about the conclusion of their bout, the insightful view of someone with more in-depth boxing experience adds a lot to the substance of the outcome of their fight.

Kenny Porter comes with a respectable amount of knowledge and experience when it comes to the sport of boxing, and in his interview with Hustle Boss’ Chris Robinson he talks about the fight, and what camp Pacquiao should have done afterwards.
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Kenny Porter says Floyd Mayweather is in a class of his own following Pacquiao victory

Kenny Porter and Larry Wade at Barry’s Boxing in Las Vegas (Photo: Chris Robinson)


By Chris Robinson

Prior to the Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao matchup, there was a wide range of predictions regarding the fight labeled as the biggest sporting event in history.

For trainer Kenny Porter, who can’t help but look at Mayweather as a future opponent for his son Shawn (25-1-1, 16 KO’s), the former IBF welterweight champion of the world, he seemed to feel that Mayweather would find a way to secure his 48th victory.
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Kenny Porter on Floyd Mayweather: ‘I get the feeling he will be able to adjust to the things Manny is doing’

Floyd Mayweather getting down to work in Las Vegas (Photo: Naoki Fukuda)


By Chris Robinson

With back to back media days on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week for the respective fighters, we are now in the final phase of camp for both Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao ahead of their May 2 clash in Las Vegas.

Mayweather faces Pacquiao from the MGM Grand in perhaps the biggest event in the sport’s history.
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Shawn and Kenny Porter would love IBF eliminator vs. Tim Bradley

Former welterweight champion Shawn Porter and his father and trainer Kenny at their new house in Las Vegas (Photo: Chris Robinson)


By Chris Robinson

It was recently revealed that former IBF welterweight champion Shawn Porter (25-1-1, 16 KO’s) has been offered an IBF eliminator bout against former two-division titlist Tim Bradley (31-1-1, 12 KO’s).

It’s certainly a clash that is intriguing on many fronts, from the aggressive nature of both fighters to how much of a mark each man is dying to make following their lone defeats in 2014.
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