The State of Boxing

October 24, 2007

Mosley vs. CottoApologies for the lame title but that really is the best way to describe my conversation with Dave Larzelere aka Larz aka Large from No Mas. If you are a boxing enthusiast and haven’t checked his site out you’re truly missing out. For my money, he’s the best boxing writer on the world-wide-web (he’s also a tremendous musician, too). His sparring mate and the head of the No Mas empire, Chris Isenberg, designs the greatest sports t-shirts I have ever seen. Be sure to check those out as well (ahem, hopefully all that love will grant me some free shirts).

The last few months have produced some tremendous fights inside the squared circle and here’s hoping some more fireworks are produced in the next few weeks with Calzaghe-Kessler, Cotto-Mosley and Mayweather-Hatton on the horizon. Rest assured, Larz will be stepping into the Park to break down the sweet science every week but for his first appearance around these parts we wanted to briefly look at it, well, the state of boxing.

Oh, and when I say “briefly” I mean 45 minutes long so sit back and enjoy.

The State of Boxing with Larz

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  1. 11 Responses to “The State of Boxing”

  2. I love Large! Great show man, it’s about time someone covered this world. When are you interviewing Shamrock?

    By D-Bone on Oct 25, 2007

  3. I hope you are referring to Frank and not Ken because I don’t see how Ken is relevant anymore.

    By Ariel on Oct 25, 2007

  4. I heard Salita may be on the Kessler undercard, is there any truth to that?

    By Joe's Left Hook on Oct 25, 2007

  5. I actually heard that too. I’m going to call him tomorrow to find out. He needs to be fighting on some higher profile bouts so it makes sense.

    By Ariel on Oct 25, 2007

  6. it doesnt matter hbo is only showing the main event. the time difference is only 4 hours from whales so they will be fighting at one UK time and we will get it at nine.

    By Joe's Left Hook on Oct 30, 2007

  7. Interesting…he needs to fight in MSG ASAP.

    Who do you think he should go after next?

    By Ariel Helwani on Oct 31, 2007

  8. Thanks for sharing

    By Doodee on Feb 2, 2008

  9. I’d prefer reading in my native language, because my knowledge of your languange is no so well. But it was interesting! Look for some my links:

    By CesMusUsase on Feb 9, 2008

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