Wednesday’s Woman: Jayne Kennedy

Though we often remember the women that have broken barriers as athletes, many forget to acknowledge the accomplishments of Black women in other areas of the sports world.  As a Continue Reading →

Nelson Mandela Dies

Father of modern South Africa Nelson Mandela has died at the age of 95.  President of South Africa Jacob Zuma made the announcement to his country, and the world, late Continue Reading →

Game Changer Joe Louis

The Brown Bomber.  Considered one of the greatest boxers of all time, Joe Louis is remembered most for his championship reign from 1937 to 1949.  He is believed to be Continue Reading →

Game Changer Jack Johnson

In an era where black people couldn’t drink from the same water fountain as white Americans, Jack Johnson became the first black heavyweight boxing champion of the world in 1908. Continue Reading →

Mayweather’s Jail Sentence Postponed

And hope is back for Mayweather/Pacquiao. Friday afternoon, a Nevada judge ruled that Floyd Mayweather Jr would be able to postpone his jail sentence until June 1st. Mayweather was to Continue Reading →

>Boxing Legend Joe Frazier Dies

> After a brief but sinister battle with liver cancer, boxing legend “Smokin’ Joe” Frazier passed away Monday. The former heavyweight champion is best known for his legendary battles with Continue Reading →

>Martinez-Williams II

> “Is he dead?” Those were my mom’s words as boxer Paul Williams lay knocked out cold after Sergio Martinez delivered what was clearly a devastating blow to end the Continue Reading →

>Mayweather-Pacquiao Talks To Resume

> After his landslide congressional win in the Phillippines, Manny Pacquiao is once again ready to focus his attention on boxing.  And after Floyd Mayweather, Jr’s decisive win over Shane Continue Reading →

>Now It’s On to the Next One

> Say what you want about “Pretty Boy” Floyd “Money” Mayweather but there is no denying one thing: the man puts on a show for the fans.  In one of Continue Reading →