Paulie Malignaggi has most recently been quoted in an article called Why Paulie Malignaggi quit Conor McGregor’s training camp. Paulie Malignaggi said, “I just wanted to clear the air. I am leaving the McGregor training camp today. I came with the best intentions and intended to help out. Just a part of such a big event in this capacity excited me. I believe Conor and I have a mutual respect inside the ring, earned from each other with some good work over two sparring sessions.”. Paulie Malignaggi has been quoted a grand total of 11 times in 6 articles.
I just wanted to clear the air. I am leaving the McGregor training camp today. I came with the best intentions and intended to help out. Just a part of such a big event in this capacity excited me. I believe Conor and I have a mutual respect inside [...]
It's some stuff outside the ring and some ways some things were handled in training camp that I didn't agree with that made me come to this decision. It's not my place to dictate terms in a training camp that is not mine, but it's my place to decide[...]
For what it's worth, they have my word. The things that upset me though I will speak about it in time. I wish team McGregor well in the rest of their preparations and look forward to being back in Vegas to work fight week on Showtime.
I favour Golovkin in the fight.
Sam has consistently provided fight fans with entertainment and after his fight of the year contender with Frankie Gavin, this is an incredible opportunity to announce himself on the world stage. March 4 is going to be an incredible night at The O2,[...]
"I am excited as ever to once again return to the UK and fight in front of the most passionate fans in the world,". "I know Eggington is young and hungry but my experience and craftiness will be too much for him to overcome.".
"It's the big question in boxing. You'd like to hope that Canelo and Golovkin will fight each other while they're both in their primes – ideally in the next six-12 months,"
I'm not looking at it as having any advantages. It's just a matter of matching of my skills to his skills.
"In terms of 140, 147, he's no different than me. I was a junior welterweight champion; I moved into welterweight". "So from that front, I don't even look at myself as a bigger guy or anything. As a matter of fact, he moved up to welterweight at a y[...]
"Although I have a ton of respect for Danny and his father Angel, both for what they've accomplished in the ring as well as the bond they share as father/son, I, like them, am a competitor through and through and in this sport it's all about testing[...]