Usa Boxing Swings At Mike Tyson

Lubin is a two-time Junior Olympic national champion and won the 152-pound division at the National Golden Gloves this year. In his USA Boxing bio, he said his goals were to win a gold medal at the Olympics, turn pro and win every title possible. “We want to be competitive and we want to increase our overall performance in the Olympic Games,” said USA Boxing executive director Anthony Bartkowski. “This is a new strategy of trying to make sure our Olympic-aged athletes are not poached by promoters. In the past, USA Boxing was passive and just accepted it.” Tyson isn’t the only promoter trying to lure amateurs to the pros. Last month, DiBella Entertainment said it signed highly touted 17-year-old Junior “Sugar Boy” Younan of New York to a contract and said he would make his pro debut in late October or early November, after he turned 18. Boxing promoters have long trolled the amateur ranks looking for talent, especially in recent years as the lure of Olympic gold has faded for many fighters. Winning in the Olympics was once a guaranteed way to make millions, but as U.S. Olympic boxing teams have faded so have the prospects for Olympic fighters. The last American man to win an Olympic gold in boxing was Andre Ward in 2004, and last year’s team in London didn’t even medal. USA Boxing, meanwhile, has undergone a series of shake-ups and its funding has been cut by the U.S. Olympic Committee.

USA Basketball: Oubre has plenty left

Woods is more of a combo guard than a point guard, but regardless of how you want to label him, he was productive. Another immensely gifted athlete is 2015 five-star Derrick Jones . The 6-foot-6 wing has an electric first step and explosive leaping ability. Jones was playing well above the rim all day Sunday and was in attack mode. While not yet a real creator off of the dribble, Jones does get to the rim quickly with one or two power dribbles when he sees an opening, and he is a competent three-point shooter. A top 20 player in the class of 2015, Thomas Bryant of Huntington (W.V.) Prep was a favorite of evaluators, Team USA coaches and other players in attendance. At 6-foot-9 he has long arms and is really starting to fill out through his shoulders. He came up with lots of loose balls, played with physicality and tried to punish the rim whenever possible. He did it with a big smile on his face and a motor that never quit, making him a lot of fun to watch and play with. Make no mistake about it. Jayson Tatum validated his standing as a top-five player in the class of 2016. The product of St. Louis (Mo.) Chaminade looks to have grown to a legitimate 6-feet-7, and he is really filling out physically. Tatum made plays off the dribble, was all over the glass and broke out a highly effective post game while looking like one of the most well-rounded players in camp regardless of class. Another of 2016’s top players, Mustapha Heron is a solid and tough wing prospect.

Backbone Capital Advisors, LLC Assists OpenGate Capital, LLC in Acquisition of PennySaver USA

The Rojiblancos wilted in the heat, struggling mightily in the third leg of the SuperClasico and leaving head coach Jose Luis Guero Real questioning his teams effort for the first time. Without a doubt, this has not only been a bad performance, but we also lacked spirit, Real told reporters. Thats the part that leaves all of us coaches and players alike very discouraged. I can give you five excuses for what happened, but thats worthless. The only thing that counts here is that we played very poorly. OPTA Spotlight: Galaxy passing runs Chivas USA ragged The Goats were thoroughly overwhelmed, surrendering three goals in a span of 20 minutes in the first half. Much of the damage was done on crosses, with Gyasi Zardes repeatedly victimizing Mario de Luna from the flank to assist on two goals and score one himself. Not even the return of veteran Carlos Bocanegra (leg) to the lineup could help Chivas USA, as the Galaxy controlled possession and dissected a struggling backline that has allowed 10 goals over the last three matches. Everyone is pissed off, Bocanegra told reporters. To lose like we did is embarrassing. We have to look at ourselves and we all have to be held accountable for what happened. We have to be better. This was just unacceptable. Captain Dan Kennedy did not record any saves, while the Chivas USA attack recorded only one on-target shot, in the 82nd minute. They seemed to really get at us on the wings and get behind us on the outside, Kennedy told reporters. It created a lot of problems early and before we knew it, they had three goals to show for it. They were clinical. FULL LINEUPS AND BOXSCORE It was another afternoon of firsts for the youthful Goats, who had forward Matthew Fondy and defender Jaime Frias making their first career starts.

Carlos Bocanegra on Chivas USA humiliation: “To lose like we did is embarrassing”

Carlos Bocanegra on Chivas USA humiliation: “To lose like we did is embarrassing"

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