Responding to Freddie Roach’s recent statement that Miguel Cotto would kick Gennady Golovkin’s ass, Abel Sanchez, the trainer of the undefeated WBA middleweight titleholder, told RingTV.com that the Puerto Rican star wouldn’t last more than five rounds if he faced GGG.
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Freddie Roach says once his charge, Manny Pacquiao dispatches Chris Algieri this Saturday, a match with RING junior welterweight champion Danny Garcia could materialize.
Should a tentative defense of his middleweight championship against Canelo Alvarez prove successful, Miguel Cotto could meet Gennady Golovkin later in 2015.
Freddie Roach predicts that Chris Algieri won’t last three rounds on Saturday with Manny Pacquiao, whom he fears will be so impressive that Floyd Mayweather Jr. will be afraid to fight him.
Should Amir Khan emerge with a win against Devon Alexander on Dec. 13 and earn a shot at Floyd Mayweather Jr., his former trainer, Freddie Roach, believes the talented British star has a solid shot at beating the pound-for-pound king.
Manny Pacquiao is already is below the 144-pound catchweight for his Nov. 22 fight with Chris Algieri, says Freddie Roach. Algeiri’s and Roach’s press release comments top a Lem Satterfield notebook that includes items on the Hopkins-Kovalev undercard and HBO’s next episode of “Fight Game.”
When Manny Pacquiao steps into the ring with Chris Algieri on Nov. 22, five years will have passed since the last time the Filipino hero scored a knockout. Freddie Roach says that KO slump will end against Algieri. Pacquiao says wait and see.
Freddie Roach says that Manny Pacquiao is getting his best sparring in years with Viktor Postol and Mike Jones, a 140-pound contender and a former welterweight title challenger some would argue have better credentials than Pacquiao’s Nov. 22 opponent Chris Algieri.
In search of a fresh start with a new trainer, Lucian Bute boarded a flight across the world with Freddie Roach earlier this month. Their destination was the southern Philippines, an unlikely starting point for what Bute hopes is a career revival
Freddie Roach says he wants to see THE RING/WBC middleweight champion Miguel Cotto face Canelo Alvarez next, followed by oft-avoided WBA titleholder Gennady Golovkin. Roach spoke to RingTV.com from his training camp with Manny Pacquiao in the Philippines.
While many fans and pundits are concerned that Chris Algieri might not have what it takes to beat Manny Pacquiao on Nov. 22, the confident Algieri assures otherwise.
Manny Pacquiao will face Chris Algieri at a catchweight of 144 pounds to test out how he feels at a lighter weight, with his next fight to be at junior welterweight, says head trainer Freddie Roach. Pacquiao had one of his first sparring sessions for the Nov. 22 fight on Monday.
With new trainer Freddie Roach in his corner, former super middleweight titlist returns on Dec. 6 to face Argentine Roberto Feliciano Bolonti at light heavyweight.
Fans share their thoughts on Floyd Mayweather’s final bouts and the acceptance of his “clinical” style, Alfredo Angulo’s future, the James Kirkland-Gabriel Rosado fight, the Freddie Roach-Lucian Bute team-up, Nonito Donaire, and more in this week’s Friday mailbag. Enjoy!
Lucian Bute has “a lot of tools,” according to the veteran’s new trainer Freddie Roach, who will work his first bout with the former IBF super middleweight titleholder on Dec. 6 when Bute returns against an opponent to be determined at Bell Centre in Montreal.
Former IBF super middleweight titlist Lucian Bute still believes he’s got a good, long run in his career and wants to prove it with new blood in his corner: Hall of Fame trainer Freddie Roach.
Heavyweight Lateef Kayode sees a win over Luis Ortiz on Thursday night as a gateway to bigger challenges, namely RING champion Wladimir Klitschko
Every time Floyd Mayweather Jr. fights, people ask if his nimble legs have finally deserted him. Particularly after a couple fights in which he stayed in the pocket more than usual. And so we must now ask: Have Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s nimble legs finally deserted him?