Junior welterweight Ruslan Provodnikov is motivated for Lucas Matthysse on Saturday in a fight that potentially has brutality written all over it.
Twenty insiders were asked for their picks regarding this Saturday’s junior welterweight clash between Ruslan Provodnikov and Lucas Matthysse. Read on for their predictions.
It’s somewhat perverse; isn’t it? A veritable feast celebrating two hardened warriors who can’t indulge in order to stay on point for their upcoming junior welterweight bout. But Ruslan Provodnikov and Lucas Matthysse aren’t bothered. They go to war this Saturday.
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.
As soon as RingTV.com’s resident Travelin’ Man Lee Groves was settled from his previous CompuBox trip he found himself preparing for the next trip – to Verona, N.Y. for a ShoBox: The New Generation tripleheader topped by J’Leon Love-Vladine Biosse.
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.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.
Lee Groves recounts his last trip, to Verona, N.Y., for HBO’s Boxing After Dark tripleheader, which was Thursday, Oct. 25, the day Emaneul Steward passed away. Groves details the challenging process of writing a fitting tribute to a beloved boxing icon.