FROM THE DESK OF: David Martinez

(Spring 2023 Edition)

Although it might seem like it’s still Winter, the Spring season is officially here and it’s that time once again, as I always do on a quarterly basis, to say thank you to a small team of people that truly help with the success of since the first publication on July 15, 2007 다운로드.

I would like to acknowledge Bob Quackenbush (Website Assistant / Proof Reader), Tom Donelson (Author, Member Boxing Writers Association of America), Steve Corbo (Proof Reader / Boxing Writer), and Kathy Kraft (Proof Reader) 다운로드. There are also three (3) other people who are no longer with us (R.I.P.) that added so much of their own expertise and input to this website 스케치업 2017 버전 다운로드. They are Rusty Rubin (In Rusty’s Corner / Glove2Glove), Harold Lederman (Hey Harold! / HBO World Championship Boxing), and Jim Amato (Senior Boxing Writer / Boxing Historian). I sincerely miss them tremendously as they were such loyal friends whom I will never forget 아이언맨 3 다운로드.

I am also very grateful to all of those friends that have kindly contributed by displaying my website products.

As seen in this edition, my official website hat is displayed 런던하츠 다운로드. It is blue in color, with embroidered logo on front, website address in small print on back side, and has a adjustable Velcro strap to fit all sizes. To purchase this attractive product, kindly send $19.95 to: David Martinez Boxing, 810 Coronel Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93109-1405 … this price includes absolutely FREE mailing to all USA zip code locations.

I want recognize my fine boxing writer Tom Donelson, who was introduced to me by our mutual friend Rusty Rubin back in 2008. Actually, I had heard about Tom in prior years from the excellent book that he and Rusty co-authored entitled “Billy Soose, The Champion Time Forgot”.

Tom Donelson is a member of the Boxing Writers Association of America (BWAA), and has contributed to for fifteen years with his expertise and up to date fight results. A huge thank you to Tom who is appreciated by all viewers including myself.

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Tszyu by Knockout over Harrison / 9th round

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By Tom Donelson / Member Boxing Writers Association of America (BWAA) … Contributor to since 2008

At the age of 22 and son of a boxing legend, Tim Tszyu was fighting veteran and former champion Tony Harrison for the WBO interim Junior Middleweight championship.  Tony Harrison flew down to Australia to fight for one more shot at the title 잊지말기로해 다운로드.

The opening round belonged to Harrison as he dominated the round with just his jab as he connected on 12 jabs but from this point, it was all Tim Tszyu.   In the second round, Tszyu connected with the right hand and uppercuts while Harrison landed his own right hand, but the harder punches were delivered by Tszyu.  The third round was Tszyu as he landed 14 punches with 11 power punches.  Harrison still had an effective jab, but Tszyu walked him down and forced him on the rope where he landed a big right that stunned Harrison 다운로드.

Harrison jabs no longer had much impact on Tszyu but like in the previous two rounds, Tszyu punches were the most impactful and after first four rounds, I had the bout 39-37. 

In the fifth and sixth round saw Tszyu continue to pressure Harrison and force him to the ropes.  Tszyu landing powder shots whereas Harrison continued to jab but not much else.  The seventh round saw Harrison landing  his own power shots but Tszyu absorbed them while landing his own power shots content-disposition 다운로드.

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A Lady, My Friend – Eva Futch

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By David Martinez / Boxing Historian /

In all my years following boxing, since 1961, there have been lots of people that have given me gifts for my collection, and believe it or not, after 46 years, I can honestly tell you exactly
who gave me what and when 다운로드!

This is a short story about just one of those boxing gifts that I recently received from a lady, my friend, Eva Futch, the widow of the late Eddie Futch 다운로드.

Most of the boxing world certainly knows who Eddie Futch was – he was without a doubt one of the all time top trainers and corner men in boxing… ever  다운로드.

He worked with boxers such as: Don Jordan, Hedgemon Lewis, Bob Foster, Joe Frazier, Virgil Hill, Ken Norton, Alexis
Arguello, Larry Holmes, Michael Spinks, Trevor Berbick, and Riddick Bowe – just to name a few  다운로드.

In my opinion, Eddie was best remembered for two things in his outstanding career in boxing, which were: on March 8, 1971, in what we in boxing know as the “Fight of the Century”, he guided Joe Frazier to a 15 round unanimous decision over previously unbeaten
Muhammad Ali; and in 1975 for his decision to stop the Ali vs pc용 카톡. Frazier fight, “The Thrilla in Manila”.

Joe Frazier could not see the punches Ali was throwing because of his swollen eyes after 14 brutal rounds.

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Jarrett Hurd loses by KNOCKOUT – and – Brandon Figueroa Defeats Mike Masayo by DECISION


By Tom Donelson / Member Boxing Writers Association of America (BWWA)

Jarrett Hurd was a junior Middleweight champion five years ago with three belts in his possession but he has now lost two straight bouts at the Middleweight division, his latest loss to Armando Resendiz.  Resendiz had one lost to Marco Hernandez and with only 15 fights under his belt, he is not yet a leading fighter in the Middleweight division 다운로드.

Resendiz started off fast as he took the first two rounds with aggressive approach as Hurd got off to a slow start. Hurd won the third and fourth round and the fifth round was close but after that, it was all Resendiz.  I had the fight 48 to 47 for Resendiz but it could easily have been Hurd up by one round.  Compubox showed why Resendiz won as he dominated the sixth through the ninth before the fight was stopped.  He battered Hurd and while Hurd landed his punches but there were no real damage being done by the former champ.  Resendiz landed nearly 140 punches over the last four rounds before the fight was stoppage.  Hurd landed plenty of punches and overall he landed 228 punches and was slightly more accurate with 41% landing versus 36% for Resendiz. 

Resendiz landed an average of 31 punches, but Hurd averaged 26 punches landed so it wasn’t a defensive masterpiece, but it was an action bout 오버로드 13권 다운로드. The fight was stopped due to severe laceration of the lip and Hurd lost his second straight.   Hurd was one of the best Junior Middleweight five years ago but at the age of 32 and now a Middleweight, Hurd is not a Middleweight contender google play service.

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RING TRIVIA for March 2023

I have always been intrigued with boxing trivia 다운로드. This began back when I was a kid in 1961. I would pick the minds of the older generation and ask them questions about their era to educate myself. It’s now my pleasure to bring boxing trivia to my website for everyone 새파일 다운로드. On a quarterly basis I post five (5) multiple choice questions – in March, June, September, and December – with the correct answers to follow by the end of each posting month for viewing windows 10 movie maker.

1 – Who’s son did Muhammad Ali buy a ringside seat ticket for to attend his second fight with Jerry Quarry in Las Vegas, June 27, 1972 인공지능 다운로드?

a) Larry King

b) Johnny Carson

c) Art Carney

d) Jerry Lewis

2 – On March 4, 1901, Tommy Ryan retains middleweight title over Tommy West, when West’s chief second throws a sponge into ring to stop the bout 다운로드. Who was he?

a) Jack Blackburn

b) Mike McNulty

c) Young Dutchy

d) Terry McGovern

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In Rusty’s Corner – In Memory

FLASHBACK – In memory of Rusty Rubin, one of my dearest friends, and that actually was my first boxing writer contributor to back in July 2007 다운로드. Upon meeting Rusty in 1997 we stayed in contact through the years and I was so honored to have written several articles and fight results for his RingSports Magazine 다운로드. Here’s sharing his last article piece that was published on October 6, 2014 … Rusty passed away on November 11, 2014, at the age of 72, peacefully at his home in Reno, Nevada 프리미어 프로 무료 다운로드. He is truly missed by many and may his soul continue to rest in heaven with the Lord!

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Rusty Rubin is an award winning boxing writer, covering the sweet science for more than 35 years centos iso 파일.

For my wedding present to David Martinez, along with my congratulations and support, I offer this column.


The fight is a challenging one to predict 갱스터 리오 버그 판. The one thing we can say with reasonable certainty is that it will be held at Madison Square Garden in New York City on October 18.

This is a fight between the strong European power puncher Genedy Golovkin and veteran Marco Antonio Rubio .

Rubio, 34, has a two year advantage on Golovkin, stands a half inch shorter and shares the same reach. No real advantage for either one.

The hard-punching Golovkin is 30-0, with 27 coming by way of knockouts. Rubio has more experience with a 59-6-1 mark and 51 knockouts, certainly no slouch.

This fight is for WBA super middleweight title, the IBO middleweight championship and the interim WBC middleweight title.

So how do you predict a fight like this ? Rubio has fought better foes, but he is growing a bit long in the tooth and all those fights probably has taken a bit out of him.

All the stats are pretty much the same, and I don’t like predicting draws. Will Golovkin’s power make the difference, or will Rubio’s experience save the day?

I’ve got to go somewhere here, so I’ll just predict that youth must be served. Golovkin by knockout.***

On a further newsworthy issue, my good friend and head of the BWAA for twenty years is stepping down after doing yeoman’s work for the eight extra rounds . He goes out a winner. Well done, Jack.

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Ken Thompson (R.I.P.)

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By David Martinez / Boxing Historian /

A dear friend and iconic boxing promoter and CEO of Thompson Promotions, Ken Thompson, recently passed away at the age of 85 롤코타.

Ken was loved by all that knew him, and his greatest gift was his kindness and generosity to those that were connected with him in life.

I was certainly blessed and honored to have served as boxing historian under his presidential leadership during his two terms (1999 – 2000 & 2001 – 2002) tenure at the helm of World Boxing Hall of Fame 다운로드. His presence certainly bought the utmost honestly and credibility to the organization.

Born in Lubbuck, Texas, his love for boxing began at a young age, and he carried that passion to heights beyond belief for everyone involved in the sport 터보 클리너 다운로드.

He will be remembered always. May his soul rest peacefully in heaven with the Lord.

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Foster Defeats Vargas … Barrios Defeats Santiago … Pero Defeats Faust … at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas

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By Tom Donelson / Member Boxing Writers Association of America (BWAA)

Boxing is the theater of the unexpected.  This past Saturday, February 11, 2023, was the 33rd anniversary of the biggest boxing upset in boxing history when Buster Douglas dominated and defeated Mike Tyson as a 42 to 1 underdog.  In boxing, this is a sport where a fighter can come back from a ten-round deficit with one punch 다운로드.

Ukrainian fighter Viktor Faust was taking command of his fight with Cuban fighter Lenier Pero as I had him up 5 rounds to 2 going into the eighth round.  Statistically speaking it was close on compubox numbers but Faust jab dominated the fight, but Pero did have his moments.  In the eighth round, Faust started with his jab before a body shot by Pero slowed Faust down and then Pero landed two big shots that had Faust defenseless on the rope.   Faust suffered a delayed response to the body shot and the referee stopped the fight as he noticed Faust was incapacitated.   Pero down by three rounds on my card, erased that lead with one body shot followed by two nasty head shots 다운로드.

Mario Barrios simple dominated Jovanie Santiago and broke a two-fight losing streak. Compubox states told the while story as he simply won every round easily and connected on three times the punches as Santiago and connected on 41 percent versus only 14 percent for Santiago.  The only real question was when Santiago corner would stop the fight as it was obvious in the second half of, he fights, Barrios was too strong for Santiago and Santiago was not threatening him 버팔로.

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California Boxing Hall of Fame 2013 – REVISTED

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By David Martinez /

On Saturday, October 19, 2013, I attended the California Boxing Hall of Fame induction ceremony at the Sportsmen’s Lodge in Studio City, California  커런시캅 다운로드. It was a spectacular event hosted by President Don Fraser and his staff.


I was honored and humbled to be there to represent my good friend Harold Lederman for his induction  다운로드. Harold could not attend because of his commitment with HBO World Championship Boxing to cover the Mike Alvarado vs. Ruslan Provodnikov WBO junior welterweight fight card in Denver, Colorado on that same date  드론전쟁 굿킬 다운로드. It was special to me because it was Harold himself who requested I be there for him, to speak along with his long time friend Larona Ganaway.

I don’t think anybody in the house could say that they don’t know who Harold is, as Harold is certainly one of the best judges in our era of boxing  마인크래프트 1.5.2 자바. He knows the sport as well as anybody; he is fair, honest, and non-biased with his positive expertise on the air with HBO.

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