Daniel Jacobs badly wants to send a message to Sergio Mora in their upcoming rematch, so there’s no chance he’s overlooking “The Latin Snake.” At the same time, though, Jacobs would be lying if he said he wasn’t looking ahead to possible future opponents.
Last summer, Daniel Jacobs and Sergio Mora gave fight fans two thrilling rounds of action, but the bout really didn't come to a natural resolution. Both men intend to settle that score in about a month.
Swollen biceps and chiseled pecs can’t talk, yet they still say plenty. And in boxing, it’s mostly lies that they tell.
Boxing and Thanksgiving go hand-in-hand. Why else would Adam Sandler name-check Mike Tyson in his “Thanksgiving Song?” And who could forget Paulie chucking the Thanksgiving turkey in the alley because Adrian wouldn’t go out with Rocky?
Boxing is like baseball in the sense that no matter how many runs a team is down, the game can turn in one inning. In boxing, it only takes one blinding punch to gain a fight-saving knockout. We call that “The Eraser.”
Sergio Mora: Chicano fans’ reverence for Leo Santa Cruz is understandable; their criticism of Abner Mares is not
Having twice headlined a fight card at Staples Center—and having been, in the immortal words of Cheech Marin, “Born in East L.A.”—I can tell you that the experience is unique, special and forever unforgettable.
With Leo Santa Cruz vs Abner Mares on deck, Sergio Mora weighs in on the passion of Mexican fight fans
Bobby Chacon. Danny “Little Red” Lopez. Mando Ramos. Genaro Hernandez. Michael Carbajal. Johnny Tapia. Oscar De La Hoya.
Daniel Jacobs didn’t mind the cascade of fans wanting a photo with the Brooklyn, New York, native after his victory at Barclays Center on Saturday night.