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Maravilla documentary to premier on iTunes on May 19th

“MARAVILLA”, the documentary based on the struggle of middleweight champion Sergio Martinez to reclaim his crown in boxing, will premiere on iTunes US on May 19, 2015. The film premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2014. “MARAVILLA” will also be available on Google Play, YouTube, PlayStation Networks, Vudu, Amazon Video, Xbox and On Demand on major US cable providers on May 19, 2015.

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Major changing of the guard underway at 160 & 168 lbs

Middleweight and Super Middleweight Boxing In the Midst Of A Changing Of The Guard: For several years the picture in boxing’s middleweight classes — the 160 and 168 lbs divisions — has been very stable, with a well-defined set of champs and top contenders. In retrospect, that stability began to unravel in May 2014, when Sergio Martinez’s four-year reign as World Middleweight Champion came to an end at the hands of Miguel Cotto.

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Top 6 boxing moments from 2014

When looking back at the year that was, some years have rather clear overarching themes, whether it’s a litany of awful decisions or controversial calls, or a single fighter dominating the scene. This year contained a mixture of history, along with the emergence of bonafide new stars, and together, those two factors make up the bulk of my top 6 boxing moments of the year. Take a look.

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2014 Boxing Trainer of the Year

The Best Trainer in Boxing in 2014: The Trainer of the Year award in boxing tends to bring up the same old names time and again. Perhaps that causes a bit of fatigue, or a lack of appreciation for the difference that certain trainers have year in and year out, from fighter to fighter. Nevertheless, this year we’re unapologetically handing our award to shall we say, a familiar name.

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Could Andy Lee, Jermain Taylor and Sergio Martinez be set for a middleweight tournament in 2015?

When Andy Lee connected with a beautifully-timed right hook to short-circuit Matt Korobov’s senses and take the Russian’s alphabet title, one onlooker was probably more excited than most. Lou DiBella – Lee’s promoter – will have watched on with understandable glee as yet another fighter in his stable picked up a middleweight alphabet strap.

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2014 Boxing Upset of the Year

Biggest Upset in Boxing Award in 2014: Big upsets are an integral part of the fight game. If everything went to script all the time, then fights wouldn’t have the same drama or appeal to them. You just never know what’s going to happen with two fighters sharing a ring together, whether it’s an unbeaten prospect learning the hard way he’s not quite so good as he thought, a future Hall of Famer pulling out the biggest win of his nearly-finished career, or an absolute killer getting defanged and letting a slickster peacefully play keepaway all night. All of these ...

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The 2014 boxing awards from ProBoxing-Fans.com

Annual Boxing Awards Season – 2014 Fighter of the Year, Fight of the Year & a Dozen More: It’s time for our annual boxing awards, one of the best times of the year! The dust has settled from this year’s marquee action, and we’ve seen it all in the Sweet Science. Record-breaking history, shocking surprises, defining wins and on down the line from there. So which fighters, fights and moments were the best of the best? Right here, you’ll find our entire collection of 2014 Boxing Awards. We’ll publish one new award per day until the end of the year, ...

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