With his decisive unanimous decision over Sergey Lipinets, Mikey Garcia became the fifth fighter of Mexican descent ever to win world titles in four different weight divisions. While his feat once again proved that Mikey Garcia is one of the best pound-for-pound fighters in the world, it doesn’t easily elucidate his path forward.

It’s dubious as to why Garcia, who once held a world title at 126, would choose to move up to 140 to fight little known Sergey Lipinets with the lightweight division as hot as it’s been in recent years. However, the current WBC lightweight champion Garcia stated in the post-fight press conference that he’d like to move back down to 135 to unify the lightweight division.

In boxing and in all sports, there are some athletes that we just choose to vilify. Floyd Mayweather, JR. did a great job of selling the bad guy image and cashing in on it. Tom Brady just goes out and wins and people tend to despise him for doing it. Winning too much, as Floyd and Tom have done is often a reason to cause mass resentment. Build them up and break them down seems to be the American way.

This collection of boxing includes fiction and nonfiction from the past to the present day. Great writers like Ernest Hemingway, Jack London, Damon Runyon, Martin Cruz Smith, P.G. Wodehouse, Australia's Murray Bail and Jeff Wells, plus the words of the great boxers themselves, such as Jack Johnson and Johnny Famechon, telling their stories. 6x9", xiii+479 pp.

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With his decisive unanimous decision over Sergey Lipinets, Mikey Garcia became the fifth fighter of Mexican descent ever to win world titles in four different weight divisions. While his feat once again proved that Mikey Garcia is one of the best pound-for-pound fighters in the world, it doesn’t easily elucidate his path forward.

It’s dubious as to why Garcia, who once held a world title at 126, would choose to move up to 140 to fight little known Sergey Lipinets with the lightweight division as hot as it’s been in recent years. However, the current WBC lightweight champion Garcia stated in the post-fight press conference that he’d like to move back down to 135 to unify the lightweight division.

In boxing and in all sports, there are some athletes that we just choose to vilify. Floyd Mayweather, JR. did a great job of selling the bad guy image and cashing in on it. Tom Brady just goes out and wins and people tend to despise him for doing it. Winning too much, as Floyd and Tom have done is often a reason to cause mass resentment. Build them up and break them down seems to be the American way.

This collection of boxing includes fiction and nonfiction from the past to the present day. Great writers like Ernest Hemingway, Jack London, Damon Runyon, Martin Cruz Smith, P.G. Wodehouse, Australia's Murray Bail and Jeff Wells, plus the words of the great boxers themselves, such as Jack Johnson and Johnny Famechon, telling their stories. 6x9", xiii+479 pp.

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With his decisive unanimous decision over Sergey Lipinets, Mikey Garcia became the fifth fighter of Mexican descent ever to win world titles in four different weight divisions. While his feat once again proved that Mikey Garcia is one of the best pound-for-pound fighters in the world, it doesn’t easily elucidate his path forward.

It’s dubious as to why Garcia, who once held a world title at 126, would choose to move up to 140 to fight little known Sergey Lipinets with the lightweight division as hot as it’s been in recent years. However, the current WBC lightweight champion Garcia stated in the post-fight press conference that he’d like to move back down to 135 to unify the lightweight division.

In boxing and in all sports, there are some athletes that we just choose to vilify. Floyd Mayweather, JR. did a great job of selling the bad guy image and cashing in on it. Tom Brady just goes out and wins and people tend to despise him for doing it. Winning too much, as Floyd and Tom have done is often a reason to cause mass resentment. Build them up and break them down seems to be the American way.


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