Listen to Hitz as he talks about why he is the top boxing promoter in the city of Chicago.
Famous trainer and boxing analyst, Teddy Atlas, spoke with me at the Carlos Molina fight this past weekend.
Muhammad Ali’s daughter knocked down rumors of her father being near death Sunday, saying he was at home watching the Super Bowl.
What I hope to accomplish with this blog is to help build excitement for the sport of boxing again here in Chicago. I will bring the fans behind the scenes training, cover the young talent here in the city, and take an in-depth look at the world of boxing.
Here are some fights in Chicago to look forward to.
Craig Millers asks him to explain Golata’s tendency of having a meltdown during a fight by getting himself disqualified.
Mike will be fighting on the under card for the upcoming fights at the UIC Pavilion on Feb. 1, facing undefeated fighter Artur Szpilka (12-0, 9 KO) of Poland.
In Molina’s previous fight against James Kirkland, he was disqualified when one of his trainers jumped into the ring while the referee was in the middle of a 10 count.
Dimar Ortuz is a 2002 gold glove boxer with a professional boxing record of 7-0 with five knockouts.
I talked with the 19-year-old Simms and asked him what it’s like to be sparring with professionals and his prediction on the upcoming Molina fight.
Dominic Pesoli, president of 8 Count Productions, talks about his upcoming boxing event at the UIC Pavillion on February 1st and gives his thoughts on the lack of promotion in the sport of boxing.
Watch Antonio Canas work out wearing a high-altitude mask.