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RingTv image The Travelin’ Man goes to Cleveland – Part II

The Travelin’ Man goes to Cleveland – Part II

Travelin’ Man Lee Groves gives his impressions on last month’s ShoBox card headlined by Hank Lundy’s decision victory over Angelo Santana but highlighted by Jared Robinson’s knocked-out-of-the-ring TKO loss against undefeated prospect Amir Imam.

RingTv image The Travelin’ Man returns to Montreal – Part I

The Travelin’ Man returns to Montreal – Part I

In this installment of “The Travelin’ Man,” Lee Groves relives a most memorable weekend in Montreal – highlighted by the Jean Pascal-Lucian Bute fight – from the viewpoint of a historian, journalist, pundit and fan. Part one examines the popularity of the fight and the fighters.

RingTv image Travelin’ Man: The Stretch Drive Ends – Part II

Travelin’ Man: The Stretch Drive Ends – Part II

Redemption and opportunism were key words in the main event bouts of the final boxing card covered by RingTV.com’s “Travelin’ Man” Lee Groves, who worked the CompuBox keys for the NBC Sports Net Fight Night show that featured heavyweights Amir Mansour, David Rodriguez and Steve Cunningham.

RingTv image Stretch Drive: Travelin’ Man in Atlantic City – Part I

Stretch Drive: Travelin’ Man in Atlantic City – Part I

The first of the final two legs of “Travelin’ Man” Lee Groves’ five-week “Stretch Drive” to end 2013 saw him work the CompuBox keys on an HBO-televised tripleheader involving Guillermo Rigondeaux in Atlantic City, where he learned of the passing of Nelson Mandela and the death of the South African icon’s favorite boxer, Jacob “Baby Jake” Matlala.

RingTv image Travelin’ Man in Quebec City – Part II

Travelin’ Man in Quebec City – Part II

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.

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 Verona – Part II

Travelin’ Man returns to Verona – Part II

RingTV.com’s “Travelin’ Man” Lee Groves provides CompuBox statistical breakdowns of heavyweight standout Vyacheslav Glazkov’s and lightweight prospect Karl Dargan’s recent NBC-televised victories, as well a behind-the-scenes recap of the entire Nov. 16 Main Events card, in part two of his return to Verona, N.Y.

RingTv image Travelin’ Man returns to Verona – Part I

Travelin’ Man returns to Verona – Part I

RingTV.com’s “Travelin’ Man” Lee Groves recounts his recent trip to Verona, N.Y., to work the CompuBox keys for an NBC Fight Night card headlined by Ukrainian heavyweight standout Vyacheslav Glazkov against a late-replacement for Tomasz Adamek, hardnosed Philadelphia cruiserweight Garrett Wilson.

RingTv image Travelin’ Man returns to Atlantic City – Part II

Travelin’ Man returns to Atlantic City – Part II

Lee Groves was on hand in Atlantic City to witness “The Alien” Bernard Hopkins add another layer to his already “otherworldly” accomplishments by decisioning Karo Murat. The Travelin’ Man provides a fascinating historical and statistical analysis of Hopkins’ latest victory and legendary career.

RingTv image Travelin’ Man returns to Atlantic City – Part I

Travelin’ Man returns to Atlantic City – Part I

When Lee Groves was tabbed to work the CompuBox keys for the Showtime Championship Boxing card topped by Bernard Hopkins’ IBF light heavyweight title defense against Karo Murat he was thrilled. When he found out it was to be staged in Atlantic City, he was even happier because of the city’s historic place in boxing.

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

Travelin’ Man returns to Fantasy Springs – Part II

Lee Groves says that boxing is a sport that reveals everything about an athlete on a given night – good and bad. While the “Travelin’ Man” worked the CompuBox keys for a recent show at Fantasy Springs Casino in Indio, Calif., he noted certain truths about Chris Arreola, Seth Mitchell, Rafael Marquez and Efrain Esquivias.

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 Indio – Part II

Travelin’ Man returns to Indio – Part II

RingTV.com’s resident historian and CompuBox operator Lee Groves shares a few war stories from punch-counting colleague Joe Carnicelli before recounting a ringside look at the action of the recent ShoBox: The New Generation card at Fantasy Springs Casino in Indio, Calif.

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

Travelin’ Man returns to Mohegan Sun – Part II

Lee Groves gives a CompuBox analysis of last Friday’s NBC Sports Net tripleheader topped by Curtis Stevens’ first-round blasting of Saul Roman, and a statistical breakdown of the guy Stevens wants to fight, Gennady Golovkin, in part two of his Travelin Man returns to Mohegan Sun. Groves also shares his boxing “fanboy” moments with Ray Mancini and Don Turner.