Keidel: Please Stop, B-Hop -- Bernard Hopkins Is Boxing's Version Of Rolling StonesHopkins is now the boxing version of the Rolling Stones -- jamming to the oldies, catered to the crowd once so proud to call boxing their favorite sport, with Hopkins the last emblem of the sport's onetime eminence.
Silverman: Pacquiao Has The Edge Once Again Against MarquezSteve Silverman thinks Manny Pacquiao will wipe away the sting of losing to Bradley and dominate Marquez once again.
Silverman: Think U.S. Presidents And Major Sporting Events Don't Mix? Think AgainElection Day is not usually about sports, but it’s time to credit our past presidents for the biggest sports events that occurred during their times in office.
Keidel: Emanuel Stewarded The Sport Of BoxingEmanuel Steward died yesterday, from a malady we can’t pronounce. But his impact on boxing was rather pronounced.
Keidel: Three Cheers For The Champ, Muhammad AliWhen a member of the 20th Century’s Mt. Rushmore enters a new decade in a transcendent life, it warrants a trot down memory lane.
Paige One: A Tale of Two Joes This has been one hell of a week for a couple of guys named Joe. Both are iconic figures. One’s rep is intact while the other’s is in tatters.
Muhammad Ali Says He'll Remember Joe Frazier With Respect"The world has lost a great champion," Ali said in a statement. "My sympathy goes out to his family and loved ones."
B&C Morning Show: Giants & Jets Are The Talk Of The Town; Smokin' Joe Frazier Passes-AwayThe guys began today's Show on a somber note, discussing the passing of Smokin' Joe Frazier at the age of 67 and reflecting on the former champ. From there the guys shifted their attention to last night's Bears-Eagles game...
B&C Morning Show: Joe Frazier Joined The Show On April 9th, 2009Sadly, Smokin' Joe Frazier passed away Monday after a battle with liver cancer, so we've decided to re-post an interview Craig conducted with Frazier back on April 9th, 2009.
Former Heavyweight Champ Joe Frazier Dead At 67Joe Frazier, the former heavyweight champion who handed Muhammad Ali his first defeat yet had to live forever in his shadow, has died after a brief final fight with liver cancer. He was 67.
Keidel: The Smoke of Smokin’ Joe FrazierJoe Frazier was blue collar to the bone, who worked as hard as any American ever has for what he has. And when boxing was an essential sport, Frazier was an essential boxer. Now he faces a faceless opponent: cancer.