RingTV.com staff favorite stories for month of February

RingTV.com’s current writing staff has not been together very long but the crew has written its share of features and articles that it’s proud of. In the first of a monthly series, the staff selects their favorite stories from the preivous month.

RingTV.com’s regular contributers — listed in alphabetic order — picked their favorite features written in February:

Mike Coppinger — Povetkin-Huck promise an exciting heavyweight showdown

“I liked my story on Marco Huck, because he talked a big game and backed it up, winning the fight on the RING scorecards against Alexander Povetkin, though he came up short,” Coppinger said of his choice. “Huck was an interesting interview subject and made for one of the best heavyweight fights in recent memory.”

Corey Erdman — Klitschko relishes role as heavyweight ruler despite critticism

“(Wladimir Klitschko) is our heavyweight champion of the world, after all,” Coppinger said of his advance story on THE RING champ’s defense agaisnt Jean-Marc Mormeck.


Doug Fischer — Mosley aims to prove he’s not washed up against Alvarez

“Shane Mosley is finished as an elite fighter, but that doesn’t mean he won’t give Saul Alvarez a stern challenge when they fight on the Floyd Mayweather-Miguel Cotto undercard on May 5,” said Fischer. “I think it will be a good fight, and Mosley remains one of my all-time favorite fighters.”


Lee Groves — 10: Julio Cesar Chavez’s greatest performances

This popular RingTV.com 10 List ran the week Julio Cesar Chave Jr. fought Marco Anotnio Rubio. 


Joe Santoliquito — Floyd Mayweather, the man who loves to be booed

The title kind of says it all, doesn’t it?


Lem Satterfield — Lem’s latest: Bradley praises Alexander, Peterson; Cunningham picks Bradley over Pacquiao

Satterfield caught up with Bradley after undefeated 140-pound titleholder’s multi-city media tour hyping his showdown with Manny Pacquiao. Satterfiled was also particularly proud of his exclusive chat with Sugar Ray Leonard, in which the all-time great dicussed how he thought he and fellow legend Thomas Hearns would have fared vs. Floyd Mayweather and Pacquiao.


Ryan Songalia — Jaro’s challenge of Wonjongkam is mission improbable

Sony Boy Jaro was given no shot to unseat RING flyweight champ Pongsaklek Wonjongkam, but the Filipino journeyman upset increadible odds when he knocked out the Thai legend. Songalia is also proud of another underdog story, this one registered nurse Tommy Karpency, who challenged WBO light heavyweight titleholder Nathan Cleverly.

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