“If Manny fights in December, he takes priority,” says Roach when discussing Amir Khan.

After all he drama surrounding Amir Khan and Freddie Roach, many people weren’t sure what the outcome would be, but after a recent interview with Roach, Freddie made it clear that Manny Pacquiao was, and always will be his priority over Khan.

Talking about Khan and his plans, Roach stated the following:

“I have not heard anything official from them. I heard they want to fight in December. No one has told me if I’m in or out. If Manny fights in December, he takes priority.”

I don’t expect anyone to be surprised with this statement, and in a way, I am glad that Roach said it the way he did. Amir is a great fighter with a huge potential, but is own emotions get in his way.

It seems as though he is blaming his loss to Garcia on everything but himself. It was not Freddie’s nor was it Pacquiao’s fault that Amir got caught. “Live and learn” should be the motto of the outcome of his loss, but instead, Amir aims to change everything in hopes of making something, what he himself doesn’t know, better.

Hollywood Fight Night returns September 20th

After a sold out premiere that brought back memories of Tinseltown’s legendary boxing shows of the 1940s and 1950s, Kahren Harutyunyan’s Art of Boxing Promotions in association with Bash Boxing return to the Legendary Florentine Gardens for their second installment of Hollywood Fight Night on Thursday, September 20, 2012.

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Local Hollywood welterweight wunderkind Zachary “Kid Yamaka” Wohlman (4-0, 1KO) will be back as one of the featured attractions of Hollywood Fight Night 2. “Kid Yamaka,” the nickname given by trainers Freddie Roach and Eric Brown as a reference to Wohlman’s Jewish heritage, electrified the capacity crowd at the last Hollywood Fight Night with a thrilling, unanimous decision win over tough and rugged Joe Martell. The victory helped earn Wohlman the cover story in LA WEEKLY, the premiere arts and entertainment newspaper in Los Angeles.

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 BROOKLYN, New York – The last world title fight in Brooklyn took place on August 5, 1931 when defending Light Heavyweight World Champion Maxie Rosenbloom outpointed Jimmy Slattery over 15 rounds at Ebbets Field.  After more than 80 years, Brooklyn’s world championship fight scene will be revitalized on Saturday, October 20 with the first boxing event at the new Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.  The event will feature a star-studded line-up including three world championship fights and a lengthy roster of New York City’s top pugilists.


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