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RingTv image The Stretch Drive: Travelin’ Man returns to New York City – Part II

The Stretch Drive: Travelin’ Man returns to New York City – Part II

RingTV.com’s Travelin’ Man, Lee Groves, provides a CompuBox statistical analysis of Manny Pacquiao’s dominant 12-round decision over Brandon Rios last Saturday. Groves’ fight stats reflect an active and accurate Pacquiao, but when comparing Rios’ power-punch connect rate to the veteran’s past 18 opponents, he sees where the future hall of famer might be slowing down.

RingTv image Travelin’ Man returns to Fantasy Springs – Part I

Travelin’ Man returns to Fantasy Springs – Part I

Lee Groves, RingTV.com’s resident historian and CompuBox road warrior, traveled to the Fantasy Springs Casino in Indio, Calif., twice this month to work the Punch Stat keys for Showtime-televised cards. His most recent trip was for the Chris Arreola-Seth Mitchell headlined show.

RingTv image Travelin’ Man returns to Mohegan Sun – Part I

Travelin’ Man returns to Mohegan Sun – Part I

RingTV.com’s resident Travelin’ Man recounts the first day of his weekend trip to Uncasville, Conn., where he worked the CompuBox keys for an NBC Sports Net Fight Night at Mohegan Sun. Groves also gives a brief history of notable heavyweights who dropped down to cruiserweight.  

RingTv image Travelin’ Man returns to Vegas – Part II

Travelin’ Man returns to Vegas – Part II

RingTV.com’s resident Travelin’ Man gives a CompuBox breakdown of John Molina’s dramatic come-from-behind TKO victory over Mickey Bey, as well as a look at what goes into the punch-stat institution’s pre-fight analyses on matchups and why Lee Groves calls Molina “CompuBox Kryptonite.”

RingTv image Travelin’ Man goes to Dallas – Part II

Travelin’ Man goes to Dallas – Part II

RingTV.com’s resident Travelin’ Man Lee Groves recounts a visit to The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza in Dallas before he worked the CompuBox keys for the HBO Boxing After Dark headlined by the Mikey Garcia-JuanMa Lopez fight.

RingTv image Travelin’ Man returns to Canastota – Part II

Travelin’ Man returns to Canastota – Part II

In part two of Lee Groves’ return to Canastota for this year’s International Boxing Hall of Fame induction, RingTV.com’s resident Travelin Man recounts his mid-weekend pit stop in Montreal to work the CompuBox keys for the Chad Dawson-Adonis Stevenson headlined Boxing After Dark card.

RingTv image Travelin’ Man Goes to London – Part II

Travelin’ Man Goes to London – Part II

RingTV.com’s resident “Travelin’ Man Lee” Groves gives readers a behind-the-scenes look at last Saturday’s Carl Froch-Mikkel Kessler II event in London as well as CompuBox statistical analyses of the thrilling return bout and a potential Andre Ward-Froch rematch.

RingTv image Travelin’ Man goes to London – Part I

Travelin’ Man goes to London – Part I

RingTV.com’s resident historian and CompuBox road warrior dusted off his passport once more this year to travel to London, where he counted punches for HBO’s broadcast of Carl Froch’s spirited rematch victory over Mikkell Kessler on Saturday.

RingTv image Travelin’ Man goes to Buenos Aires – Part II

Travelin’ Man goes to Buenos Aires – Part II

RingTV.com’s resident historian and “Travelin’ Man,” Lee Groves, recounts the “fight day” of his recent trip to Buenos Aires to work the CompuBox keys for RING middleweight champ Sergio Martinez’s title defense against Martin Murray. 

RingTv image Travelin’ Man goes to NYC – Part I

Travelin’ Man goes to NYC – Part I

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.

RingTv image Travelin’ Man goes to Cincinnati – Part I

Travelin’ Man goes to Cincinnati – Part I

For the fourth consecutive week RingTV.com’s resident Travelin’ Man Lee Groves worked the CompuBox keys at ringside, this time for Adrien Broner’s bittersweet KO victory over Vicente Escobedo in his Cincinnati, Ohio.