In Rusty’s Corner

Rusty Rubin
Rusty Rubin is the editor-in-chief of the Ringsports.com website and the author of three highly acclaimed boxing books 다운로드! “Woozel, Boxing and Me” (Authorhouse.com #31810). This book has been rated 4½ stars at Amazon.com. “Off the Canvas” and “Billy Soose, the Champion Time Forgot” #31809, co-authored by Tom Donelson 소니 베가스 크랙 다운로드.

Don Kings fight card in Cancun last weekend had a few surprises, one of which was not the 6th round KO of Oleg Maskaev by Samuel Peter. While Peter should be congratulated for his effort, anyone who expected this fight to go the distance has a few to many nv12 코덱. Not going the distance was the best bet with these two heavy punchers with questionable chins.

What was a surprise was Nate Campbell easily beating Juan Diaz and claiming his belt avengers endgame 다운로드. Campbell can fight, but most folks, myself included, thought Diaz, although splitting with King, was still the better fighter. I was wrong on this night.***

Now for the second best fight (which may find a way to supplant Vasquez – Marquez as the early front-runner for fight of the year) 생일축하 mp3 다운로드.

Tough Manny Pacquiao takes on equally – tough Juan Manuel Marquez in what figures to be another war to the finish. Both guys look ready and if they are it could be one for the books.

Marquez, a late starter, has to be able to control the early aggression of the Philippine native, to give himself a chance to come back and win what may become a war of attrition.

Like the Vasquez- Marquez fight previously mentioned, neither fighter is going to come out of this match cut free.

Picking a winner is like rolling the dice. While the early reports are that Pac Man is a bit heavier on the scales, Marquez is more natural in this weight class.

I’m looking forward to a war folks, starting in round five and ending in a decision for Marquez. But this is not as much a great fight to wager on as it is to watch.

Marquez wins a grueling, great 12-round

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Prayers for the return to health of former champ Joe Frazier who has undergone his fourth back surgery. And for cut man Joe Souza, who now is battling a very tough foe, cancer. And trainer Ronnie Shields who broke his foot in Cancun last week. Cancun is too hot to even think about wearing a cast, at least for this old guy.

Your prayers seems to have worked miracles again as proved by the return to health of great boxing guy and cut man Chuck Bodak, who suffered a stroke..

Prayers for the return to health of Patti Brandenburg, wife of boxing manager Gary.

Please say prayers for the recovery of good friend and great boxing guy Norm Cote, Past President of the World Boxing Hall of Fame, who is undergoing dialysis three times a week. Norm’s a great guy and a real fighter and we have to be there in his corner.

Prayers also for former World Boxing Hall of Fame President Charlie Casas who is having some severe health problems as well as one of the founders and past President, Dub Harris, who suffered a stroke.

Prayers for Audrey Talmo, wife of solid boxing guy, Ed and Helen Wambolt, wife of our own “Handsome” Danny, who is going through a tough battle. Also prayers for the recovery of Mills Lane and Denis Wilxox.

Please say prayers for Phill Grazide of Santa Rosa, CA. a big supporter of amateur boxing, who is suffering the crippling effects of rheumatoid arthritis.***

Needless to say we need prayers for the return to health of both former champs Greg Page and Gerald McClellan, both confined to wheelchairs.***

Glove2Glove is a non-denominational group set up to aide those boxing folks and their friends and relatives in need of prayers and cards. We accept no money and contact our members when someone is in need. It’s absolutely free to join. God doesn’t ask for money, and neither do we. Joining us is as Simple as sending us your e-mail address. And even if you’re not a member, feel free to contact us if you are aware of some boxing person in need.***

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