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Vasiliy Lomachenko retained his WBO and WBA lightweight titles on Saturday, knocking out Anthony Crolla in the fourth round to move to 13-1 for his professional career. It wasn’t a close bout, not at all. Crolla lasted into the fourth round, but had very little offense at all outside of the first round. He was consistently backed up and out-boxed by Lomachenko, and had very little room to throw his own punches. Lomachenko got Crolla up against the ropes late in the third round and hit him with a flurry that lasted about 15-20 seconds on its own, and resulted...

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Hussle was reportedly planning to attend an anti-gang violence meeting on the day he died, scheduled for not long after he and two other men were shot outside a store he owned called Marathon Clothing. While early news reports suggested Hussle’s murder was gang-related, the Los Angeles Police Department’s ongoing investigation has revealed that Hussle and his suspected killer — a man named Eric Holder, who was arrested Tuesday night — got into a heated argument prior to the shooting. While Holder is alleged to be a gang member himself, the New York Times reports that the LAPD does not...

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Bracket Update:  With the round of 32 tipping off today, thought we’d give you an update on the opening round of March Madness.  In my opinion  the opening round of the NCAA tourney are the most exciting two days in sports. This year definitely held up to expectations. In this years tourney, I think there are 6 clear cut teams who will win the championship this year. Of course we have our #1 seeds and then I see two #2 seeds who could be holding the trophy up at the end of the tourney. Those #2 seeds are Kentucky led...

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Jay Rocks story is one that should be shared within the Hip Hop Community.  From being one of Tops (owner of Top Dogg Entertainment) first artist, letting Kendrick shine and now being a Grammy Winner, Jay Rock has showed that perseverance and patience can truly pay off.    Jay Rock was quoted saying "This is a real big redemption for me. Three years ago I was supposed to be at the GRAMMYs with the homey, with Kendrick and the TDE fam, unfortunately I got into that real bad bike accident. Now three years later I won a GRAMMY. It's crazy man,...

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Jaime Munguia needed a fight with someone who he couldn't bully around and make him work the entire time. The 22-year-old got just that on Saturday night at the Toyota Center in Houston from Takeshi Inoue. But Munguia's power proved to be too much as he defeated Inoue in a gritty fight by unanimous decision to retain the WBO junior middleweight championship. Sporting News had it scored 118-110 for Munguia."I came to give everything and I want to congratulate my rival, who left everything on the ring," Munguia said in his post-fight interview.   - via SportingNews.com

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