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Distance, distance, distance… When you are in the ring with your opponent the objective is to win your battle. During the process you MUST go in blow for blow but, you MUST always know when to keep your “distance.” In order to not tire yourself out, or give you opponent the valuable opportunity to get too close to you.

Distance, distance, distance… Mo Dollaz is releasing a record named “Distance” May 29th. This record is about the feels and visions of what’s going on in our today’s world. Before this 2020 pandemic/Cova-19 situation we are allf acing in life. I was already socially distancing my self from CERTAIN people. Not because I wanted but because I needed to. In order to understand my goals, reach my goals, and pursue more accomplish things that many in my family nor” friends” circle has. So, “pardon me if I started to keep my distance ,”I’m sure, in due time they’ll overstand.

Not only will you guys get an amazing new record from Mo, but Mo has also teamed up with his mentor Olivier French to record a visual to the record. Imagine Bobby Brown, a little Michal Jackson, and some Bronx twang and energy, given to you from an OG’s point of view, CLASSIC! Song drops midnight, video is on the way, stay tuned.

#RRHHHHHH Mo$

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Can Lopez Shock the World?

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I cannot be more excited for this weekend’s matchup between Teofimo Lopez and Lomachenko. A classic tale of the young lion coming up to challenge the seasoned vet. The casual fan may not understand this as they have a similar number of pro fights, however their careers could not be more different….

Lomachenko has an amateur record of 396-1 with two Olympic Gold medals….an absurd amateur career led to a pro career where his second fight was for a world title. His only fight that wasn’t for a world title was his first pro fight! Which was still for the WBO international title by the way….Now sitting on the throne of the 135lbs division, holding multiple titles…he has very few doubters….most opponents he has outclassed and in the fight versus Linares where he was dropped he got up and finished Linares with a vicious body shot. Some say he looked sluggish in his last outing and maybe the tread on the tires is starting to show but “LOMA” remains regarded if not the best..the most technical fighter in boxing.

Teofimo Lopez a 23 year old kid from Brooklyn had a solid amateur record of 150-20…many people must not have expected his pro career to catch fire the way it has…he now is a world champ sitting at 15-0 with 12KO’s….he’s an explosive puncher with size and speed for the division that demolished Richard Comey in his last outing to capture the IBF title….the kid is electric in the ring and has captured the fans imagination…is he the one to KO Lomachenko? Can he pressure LOMA and show the world that there is a new king of the jungle?? We will find out if he can back up the trash talk this Saturday on ESPN…make sure to tune in for one of the biggest fights in boxing….

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EDDIE HEARN FIGHT CAMP

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Thank the Lord for Eddie Hearn getting shit done while the other networks and promoters have been all but crickets. Eddie recently announced and displayed some visuals of “fight camp” which will take in his backyard! He has quite the property so its not really a backyard feel more of a fight on some sort estate fit for Tony Montana….but I cant wait for it to happen. Theres some fights being thrown around but here is my ideal card and winner picks.

Main Event: Dillian Whyte (27-1) vs. Alexander Povetkin (35-2-1)

This matchup is already on the books but got postponed due to the virus. I hope it takes place at fight camp and we get to see the interim WBC title on the line…..Whyte on a 11 fight win streak looks to demand a title shot with an impressive win over Povetkin. I expect Whyte to come out aggressive and look to impress after his lack luster performance in his last outing.

My Pick: Dillian Whyte 7th Round TKO

Co-Main Event: Andy Ruiz (33-2) vs Derek Chisora (32-9)

THIS FIGHT WONT GO THE DISTANCE…….fan friendly matchup with two guys who will be looking to trade. Ruiz has to make a statement that he is not just a one hit wonder and he’s taking shit seriously. It seems he is with his move to CaneloTeam. Del Boy is the perfect fighter to welcome Ruiz back….on a 3 fight win streak and known to bring the pressure.

My Pick: Andy Ruiz 6th Round TKO

Ryan Garcia (20-0) vs Jorge Linares (47-5)

Trash talk has already started between the two…Linares calling Garcia the social media champion and Garcia calling Linares old and over the hill. Great matchup between a decorated vet and a young star with everything to prove. Garcia definitely has the social media game on lock but I think the boxing throne is next for him as he continues to improve while being a part of CaneloTeam.

My Pick: Ryan Garcia 8th Round KO

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THE MAD KING

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“It may not be over yet. Anything’s possible. I feel unstoppable now. The gods of war have reawakened me. Ignited my ego and want me to go to war again…I fell like i’m young again.” – Tyson

DAMN………talk about some deep shit from Mike. Everything about that statement and his recent training videos make me want to believe he could be the YOUNGEST and the OLDEST Heavyweight Champion ever…but let me bring myself back to earth for a moment….Tyson’s last fight was against Kevin McBride 15 years ago where he was stopped in the 6th round….McBride then went on to lose 6 of his next 8 fights…Recalling this is pretty sobering and makes the prospect of return against top competition seem foolish. But who was Tyson when he was fighting Mcbride? Mike was fighting purely for money and was in a dark mental state that carried years after his career was over. Tyson is in a great mental space now and has overcome much of his adversity and inner demons. Can a focused Tyson even at 53 challenge todays best..?? It goes against all logic but the thing is…in Heavyweight boxing not everything is logical….it only takes one punch….

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