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Another reason to love Mike Tyson

Iron.

Baddest man on the planet.

Youngest heavyweight champion of all time.

Boxing hall-of-famer.

Back up dancer?

Yes, Mike Tyson is at it again. He entertained us with fistic fury the kind of which have never been seen before or will again. Now, he entertains us in other ways. He made us laugh in The Hangover and now he graces funnyordie.com with another classic.

Thanks to Chuck Araneta for sharing the video.

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This comedian has more balls than Shane Mosley

Yeah, I’m still quite bitter with how Shane Mosley fought. He got paid 5 million dollars to run around the ring against Manny Pacquiao.

I honestly feel that Mosley ruined his reputation in the fight against Pacquiao. If he went down swinging, people would have said it was a gallant stand from an old fighter. Some might even opine that Mosley would have defeated Pacquiao if theis match happened a few years earlier. But because he ran away, we’ll all remember him as a wuss. Who cares about his big win against Antonio Margarito, and Oscar de la Hoya, and Fernando Vargas! Mosley was paid to fight and he ran away.

This skinny-ass comedian has more balls than Shane Mosley.

“See Mayweather, that’s how a man behaves!”

Classic.

Dear Floyd, Please Learn from These UFC Fighters

Floyd Mayweather has not been a happy camper as of late. The first of his troubles was brought about by an altercation with the mother of his kids.

Then he got into another fight, this time with a security guard. The guard went to Mayweather’s house to talk to him about a parking issue but when he rolled down his window, Mayweather allegedly poked the guard with his finger. Mayweather was said to have spent a night in jail for this and you can click here for the article about it.

The last was another altercation, also with a security guard, but this time it was the security guard of his own home because the guard failed to identify Mayweather as the owner of the house that he was guarding. Click here for the article. This highlights the fact that Mayweather should fight Manny Pacquiao becaues nobody knows him anymore. If he fought Pacquiao, maybe the guard would have recognized him.

What Mayweather should do is learn from UFC fighters Jon Jones an Gabriel Gonzaga.

Got that Floyd? That’s how you hit a security guard without having to pay for it! 🙂

My 2011 Wish List for Philippine Boxing + Funny Boxing Videos

Hey everyone! I hope you all had a nice vacation.

Anyway, here’s the link to the article I wrote for philboxing.com. I wrote down 11 fights on my wish list for Filipino fighters. Enjoy.

Also, here are my favorite funny moments in boxing. I’m sure you still remember my post about Jerry Hackney a while back and though nothing will ever beat that video in terms of laughs, these three are pretty funny.

I’m sure you’ve all heard of boxing commentators saying that the boxers are fighting on instinct. Well, this guy took it to the next level. He got knocked down and he was so out of it that he continued throwing punches while he was down.

The poor guy threw 10 lefts in succession and even tried to clinch after the referee called a halt to the bout.

the next features Tyson Fury. You really can’t go wrong with a fighter named Tyson Fury. His first name is the surname of the baddest boxer that ever walked the planet and his surname is a noun that means unrestrained or violent anger. You can’t go wrong with that right?

Wrong.

Tyson Fury had too much Tyson and too much fury in him that he punched himself in the face with his own uppercut.

Fury has a pretty good record of 13 wins in 13 fights with 9 of those by KO.

The last one is my favorite in the group and it was made extra special by a funny take from Cedric the Entertainer. Here is Zab Judah with his infamous chicken dance.

Remember, kids! Don’t ever play with matches.

Jerry Hackney is more than legendary

If you’re a regular visitor in this blog (thank you very much), you’ve probably read my article on Jerry Hackney (AKA the guy who ran to the ropes, climbed them, then got hit out of the ring). Turns out the dude is more than awesome.

Jerry Hackney replied to my post to clear out some things.

This is Jerry Hackney. Thank you for the compliments but I would like to correct one thing. My typical fight is not being beat to a pulp every round. I’ve basically trained MMA during my fighting years but have been talented enough to compete against professional boxers at their own game. I seriously doubt any one I lost a boxing match to could even survive a round with me in my true sport. When I fought I liked to do out of the ordinary things to entertain the ticket buyers. Show them things they haven’t seen tried before so they feel they got their moneys worth. Once again thank you for your kind words

How awesome is this dude? Some boxers turn to MMA when their boxing career is already done but not Jerry Hackney. He did both at the same time. He went back to boxing when he was tired of beating up guys in MMA.

And how awesome is his outlook with his boxing career? He didn’t care if he lost every round of every fight. If you pay to see Jerry Hackney fight, you’ll get your money’s worth.

I hope more fighters feel that way. Most of them, as we all know, are only in it for the money.

The Legendary Jerry Hackney

Odds are you haven’t heard of Jerry Hackney. He’s just a simple fighter from Nitro, West Virgina. But this dude is a boxing legend.

He may have a record of 0 wins with 8 losses but it does not matter. He is one of my favorite fighters of all time.

In his fifth professional fight, Hackney was matched up against George Klinesmith, a native of Wintersville, Ohio. Klinesmith was a regular journeyman.

Hackney was fighting his typical fight and by that I mean being beaten to a pulp and losing every round in the judges’ scorecards, then this happened.

Wow. Have you even seen anything like that? No? Neither have I.

I’ve seen fighters knocked out of the ring but I’ve never seen a fighter climb the ropes only to be knocked down with a nasty punch.

I know what’s on your mind. What the hell was Hackney thinking, right? I think taking too many punches clouded his judgment a bit and led to that. I think he wanted to throw a Superman punch from the middle rope or something. Too bad Klinesmith didn’t want to be a part of it.

That round should have been scored 10-8 for Hackney based on effective ring use and pure awesomeness. But the judges saw otherwise and awarded all the rounds to his opponent.

Hackney may have lost another fight but boxing will never be the same again because of him. Thank you Jerry Hackney.