The Travelin’ Man, Lee Groves is at it again, counting punches for CompuBox and sharing all the details with RingTV.com readers. This time, Lee returns to Foxwoods…again.
RingTV.com’s resident Travelin’ Man, Lee Groves returns to Foxwoods Resort Casino for yet another punch-counting adventure. But first, we get a solid history lesson on boxing’s demise on terrestrial television.
Click here for part one Saturday, June 21 (continued): Just before New Jersey junior middleweights Hakim Bryant and Al Johnson began their scheduled four-rounder, I turned to Aris and said, “Both of these guys are making their pro debuts. I remember Sean O’Grady saying during one episode of ‘Tuesday Night Fights’ on USA that […]
Last month’s Mayweather Promotions edition of ShoBox, co-headlined by super middleweights J’Leon Love and Badou Jack, was intended to be a “Money Team” infomercial but it turned out to be anything but, as Lee Groves recalls from his CompuBox seat.
In part two of Travelin’ Man in Quebec City, Lee Groves considers the Fighter of the Year merits of Adonis Stevenson and Sergey Kovalev, who recently co-headlined in Quebec where RingTV.com’s resident historian worked the CompuBox keys for the HBO Boxing After Dark show.
Just four days after coming home from Verona, N.Y., the Travelin’ Man was back on the road to begin the second of five trips that will run through Dec. 14. His latest destination was New York City to work the CompuBox keys for the Manny Pacquiao-Brandon Rios HBO pay-per-view show.
RingTV.com’s resident historian Lee Groves returns to recount his recent trip to New York City to work the CompuBox keys for Tyson Fury’s U.S. debut against Steve Cunningham this past Saturday, but first the “Travelin’ Man” describes his first visit to famed boxing bar Jimmy’s Corner.