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Since 1973, HBO Boxing has been the premier provider of high quality boxing throughout the world. HBO Boxing has broadcast the most important fights in the history of boxing including "The Rumble in the Jungle" between George Foreman and Muhammad Ali in 1973; "The Thrilla in Manila" between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier; "The War" between Marvin Hagler and Thomas Hearns in 1985; Mike Tyson's stunning first professional loss to James Douglas in Tokyo in the 1990s; and the most lucrative boxing event of all time between "The Golden Boy" Oscar De La Hoya and Floyd "Money" Mayweather in 2007.
HBO Boxing is hosted by the world famous commentators Jim Lampley, Max Kellerman, Larry Merchant, and Roy Jones, Jr. The show regularly features guest appearances by top pugilists including Lennox Lewis, Mike Tyson, Evander Holyfield, Sugar Ray Leonard, and Andre Ward. Events are covered throughout America, Asia, and Europe. The show is notable because of high level match-ups, massive celebrity appeal, and large audiences in attendance at world famous venues (Venetian Casino Macau, MGM Grand Las Vegas, Cowboys Stadium, etc.). HBO Boxing is currently featuring elite fighters from Top Rank Promotions such as Manny Pacquiao, Juan Manuel Marquez, and Timothy Bradley.
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Bryant Jennings vs. Luis Ortiz in a 12 round heavyweight fight. Also, in junior lightweights, Jason Sosa vs. Nicholas Walters in a 10 round fight.
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Because foremost in any penal system's collective consciousness is that its patrons stay in shape: Floyd Mayweather wants an early release from his Clark County Detention Center sentence for misdemeanor domestic abuse (as opposed to the felony charge he bargained to avoid.) The reason: jail is hurting his boxing career. Wah.
It's been years, and nobody can get two of the greatest pound-for-pound fighters of all time to trade punches with one another. But when President Obama changes his mind concerning gay marriage, it's on between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather like Donkey Kong. After Pacquaiao denounced Obama's take on same-sex matrimony, Mayweather fired back via Twitter that he's got the President's back.