LESSONS OF FIGHTING TO “NEAR DEATH”

BRAWLS WITH BARNETT MIRRORED ALI-FRAZIER

SF's Holly Park

Holly (Our) Park


San Francisco, CA– If you were slipping off the edge of a cliff, only then could you realize what somebody goes through in a fight for their life. My toughest battle was not in a boxing ring. It didn’t occur when I was part of the San Francisco Police Dept. No my “life or death” moment was a street fight that Adelina Goss timed out at 28 minutes.

BARNETT THE BRUTE HAD NEVER LOST!

The fight was with the “neighborhood” tough guy, semi bully and friend Tony Barnett. Born in the south and 18 months older than I, Tony came here with mother, brother and sister. The thing I look back at now with astonishment was that his mother Eleanor never pushed school. White, good looking sans a front tooth, we met at 5 AM on a Sunday morning in 1971 as we were both delivering newspapers on adjacent routes. 

WASN’T A SPEED READER BY ANY MEANS

Barnett suffered dearly from not being educated. And while a formal education wasn’t there, the smarts were as he could fix cars and appliances like Macgyver. Still, this father of one son was ashamed he could not really read. The educational shortcoming that was Tony Barnett, manifested into him being a drug addict for most of his adult life. You see, Tony couldn’t get a job because he couldn’t really fill out an application sans help he was too proud to ask for. I do remember once when he had a job fixing cars, that was the happiest Tony would ever be.

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BOX NOTES: PACQUIAO-KHAN AND DURAN-BRONER?

SOME FANS & SCRIBES THINK BRONER IS BOXING GOD

Adrien "Still Got Problems" Broner

Adrien “Still Got Problems” Broner


San Francisco, CA– Today’s delusional fan would like you to believe that Roberto Duran, Ray Leonard, Tommy Hearns and Adrian Broner, are on an even keel seing they all snagged gold rings in four different boxing weight divisions. To suggest that (31-2, 23 KOs) Broner, who stopped Khabib Allakhverdiev (19-2, 9 KOs) in round 12 of a WBA 140 lb. title tiff Saturday night on Showtime, be put in the same postal code as the aforementioned gladiators, is an indictment of the boxing game in 2015.

KHAN HAS PHYSICAL ADVANTAGES, MAYBE NOT MENTAL WITH MANNY

The talk of a Amir Khan-Manny Pacquiao bout is interesting in that it would pit rival promotional entities Top Rank (Team Pac) and Premier Boxing Champions (Team Khan). These two parties are at each other’s throat as Bob Arum and his Boxing Establishment are under siege as Haymon continues to stockpile talent.

TEENAGE PRODIGY KHAN HAS GREAT ABILITIES

Unfortunately Amir Khan, the great fistic technician that he is, the perception is he “cannot catch well.” That’s because Khan was KOd by Colombian banger Breidis Prescott and then World champion Danny Garcia. Truth be told, Khan was pushing his luck by straining to make 140 lbs., thus he was “never right” at jr. welterweight. Now as a welter (147), Amir has a chance to fight sans having to cut muscle to make weight.

AS PAC RUNS FOR SENATE, BOXING TO BE PHASED OUT

With Manny Pacquiao making more money than he can ever spend in the Floyd Mayweather loss, Pac is set. Once the fiercest flame in the boxing world, Manny’s heights have been reached and the flame has been reduced to a “pilot” light. His zenith was a period of time when people like Paulie Malignaggi labeled him a “cheat” and a user of Performance Enhancing Drugs. Regardless of Paulie’s claims, that peak, whether artificial or not, was better than three long years ago.

BOX NOTES: PACQUIAO-KHAN AND DURAN-BRONER

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Willie Mays "The Catch"

Willie Mays “The Catch”

San Francisco, CA– At 10 PM PT, the alter ego of ??…………??, Johnny Taco takes to the SportsByline & I Heart Radio airwaves with a hard look at the greatest baseball player of all time, talk about Willie Mays and his “control” over the Giants, things you’re not going to hear anywhere else. We will hear from Mays, in addition to six Hall of Fame baseball announcers break down #24, the “Say Hey Kid.”

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Pedro Fernandez-Doris Companys, Hungary 2013


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AL HAYMON HAS BRONER IN SHOWTIME MAIN EVENT

Adrian "The Problem" Broner

Adrian “The Problem” Broner


San Francisco, CA- According to people in close, ex-lightweight (135 lb.) & welterweight (147) belt-bearer Adrian Broner is matched “tough” with southpaw Хабиб Мевлидинович Аллахвердиев, also known as Khabib Allakhverdiev (19-1, 9 KOs) in a Showtime televised WBA 140 lb. title tilt.

IS THIS WATERLOO FOR CINCINNATI’S BRONER?

Fighting at home in Cincinnati, OH, Broner (30-2, 22 KOs) is probably fighting at his best weight of 140 lbs., this after success at 130, 135 & 147, is coming off a 12 round loss to Sean Porter (26-1-1, 17 KOs) in which Broner dropped the ex-IBF 147 lb. guy in round 12. Should Broner lose a second fight in succession, he might fall out of favor with Haymon and Premier Boxing Champions.

KHABIB COMING OFF LOSS TO VARGAS

Coming into Broner-ville to face the hometown guy, Allakhverdiev is good at a number of things, but not great at any one thing in particular. Good hands, pop on his punches, well conditioned and a good chin means he isn’t coming to lose. With Adrian losing to Porter and Khabib dropping a 12 round close nod to Jessie Vargas (26-1, 19 KOs) last time out in April 2014, both men have something to prove.

SOUTHPAW KHABIB HAS HEIGHT & REACH, BRONER SPEED & POWER

While Khabib Allakhverdiev is the bigger man, “speed kills” in boxing and Adrian is by far the faster of the pair. The problem with “The Problem” Broner is that he has mental lapses and doesn’t fight enough of a round, preferring to try and imitate Floyd Mayweather (49-0, 26 KOs). Going with Broner here, a slight lean because of Khabib’s 17 months of inactivity and having had but four fights in five years is daunting.

SHOWTIME CO-FEATURE PITS VETERAN VS. “GREEN” GUY

Edner Cherry (34-6-2, 19 KOs) will meet IBF 130 lb. king Jose Pedraza (20-0, 12 KOs). Cherry’s tree has been picked clean, expect unbeaten Pedraza to prevail.

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AL HAYMON BOXING “HOT” TONIGHT ON FOX SPORTS

TUESDAY NIGHT FIGHTS CONCEPT EXCELLENT & PROVEN

Javier Fortuna

Javier Fortuna


San Francisco, CA– The Tuesday Night Fights on Fox Sports 1 put together by Al Haymon and Premier Boxing Champions, this production might be the hidden jewell of Al’s Cable TV takeover. People are at home, they’re not having to fork out money, it’s a live show starting at 6 in El Lay and 9 PM in the Big Apple. In the old days of USA’s Tuesday Night Fights, California got the fights on a three hour delay, but in 2015 the Internet takes the luster off that option.

HAYMON PITTING “ONE ISLAND COUNTRY VS. ANOTHER”

Unbeaten Dominican Javier Fortuna (28-0-1, 20 KOs) and Puerto Rican Carlos Velasquez (19-1, 13 KOs) will go for 12 rounds or less at 130 lbs. I stress “less” here as the Velasquez on paper appears to be no match for Fortuna, who is held in “high” regards by those who are supposed to know. That being said, the last time the Dominican Republic had a solid fighter was when Joan Guzman (33-1-1, 20 KOs) looked like the next “Sugar Ray” Leonard until MONEY brought about a lack of discipline that grounded the then streaking rocket. That being said, Fortuna is a 6-1 favorite in this WBA title tiff.

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1975 SOUTH CITY CLASS REUNITES 483 MONTHS LATER

483 MONTHS FROM JUNE 1975 GRADUATION DATE

Anthony Peligrino (2014)

Anthony Peligrino (2014)


San Francisco, CA– The 40th reunion of the 1975 South San Francisco High School class was truly a jaunt down memory lane in a number of ways. First off, few people look like they did in high school. One guy whom I photographed for the 1974 yearbook in just his underwear, I didn’t put his face and that snapshot together until late in the evening when I saw the picture on the way out.

MR. PELIGRINO AND MR. ZUEBLER AT THE ELK’S

Twas’ a return to the Elk’s Club, a place I hadn’t been since I was honored by the Northern California Retired Boxers Assn. On that November 2001 evening, my late mother was present and our guest list included South City teachers Mr. Peligrino and Mr. Zuebler. When I took the dais, the first thing I did was ask everybody to, “Please give my mom, Mr. P & Mr. Z a big round of applause.”

PELIGRINO CONVINCED ME I COULD WRITE

Of the near dozen or so awards for my writing, be it a cover story of Essence Magazine or penning for Scotland’s #1 Sunday periodical, the Oakland Trib, the old Examiner, as well as the San Francisco Progress under a pen name while a member of the San Francisco Police Dept., I should have shared the awards and free trips to Japan, Spain, the UK and Hawaii with Anthony Peligrino, because sans Mr. P they would have never happened.

MR. P SAID “WRITE THE STORY” & MR. Z “DIDN’T WANT TO KNOW”

Ali & Pedro Fernandez (1994 China)

Ali & Pedro Fernandez (1994 China)

It was Mr. P who told me that I had a “duty” to expose the SSFHS administrator who was reportedly stopped four times and popped twice within 180 days for Drunk Driving. This was the guy chasing people around campus and disciplining them with impunity. The story begins with me being the Editor of The Warrior and we’re having lunch with Mr. Z in his typing class. Obvious to me, Mr. Zuebler didn’t want anything to do with this and probably wished he wasn’t there when I brought in the police reports.

ENDED UP TELLING MRS. WISNEWSKI OF “E WING”

It was one of the few times in my life where I had to keep a secret, and yet write about it. “Tease the story,” leaking out one drip per issue of the school papers. After two months and people asking, the bomb was dropped and this “Mr. Thirsty” ended up being driven to and from work (SSFHS campus) for a while.

WITH ADMINISTRATOR’S FACE ON FIRE, I THOUGHT “NOTHING OF IT”

There were a number of teachers who supported me, Mr. Jacobs for one. But talk about naive, seeing it was all true, I didn’t think for a second there would be “retaliation” from the “Thirsty” administrator or faculty. E wing’s Mrs. Wisnewski who supported me, I confided in her and she told me to talk to Mr. Peligrino.

REMEMBERING MR. COHEN “EXPECTORATING” IN MY FACE

The one teacher that did lash out at me was Science teacher Mr. Cohen. He gave me additional homework, sent me to Mr. Zaro, made my life hell because we both knew I needed the 5 Science credits to graduate in 12 weeks. Cohen got in my face, spitting as he talked and I shoved him away from my seated position which led to him ousting me.

BILL HUNTER “HAUNTED” BY CLASSES AFTER 1975

For better or worse, I got an extra period off and Bill Hunter, a gem of a counselor who was run off campus (harassed for his perceived sexuality) some years after our graduation, set me up with a Science correspondence course, thus my graduation was a guarantee.

Pete Fernandez, Al Bernstien, "Judge" Mills Lane

Pete Fernandez, Al Bernstien, “Judge” Mills Lane


“TOP SHELF” HERB & SOME THINGS NEVER CHANGE

Some things change, some don’t. As the jocks sucked down a cocktail or two, the stoners were well represented at the Elk’s, albeit without the participation of the guy (he was there) who first brought Colombian Red to South City. In closing, the last time I saw Frank Verducci and Paul Bachtold, they were hamming it up for the camera at our graduation dance some 483 months ago. Saturday night, there they were, Frank & Paul together again shooting “gag” photographs wearing funny hats. Just like the mighty Stylistics tune of 1975, “Some Things Never Change.” Not the class of ’75. Truly a great evening!

Pedro Fernandez

Note: Mr. Fernandez is an award-winning writer, TV commentator, radio talk show host, former San Francisco Policeman, licensed California Private Investigator and four-time Golden Gloves boxing champion, who also pens feature stories for the R & B band Tower of Power. Comments regarding this submission can be left below.

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AL HAYMON PUTS DEONTAY WILDER ON FREE NBC

DOES DEONTAY WILDER HAVE “FRANCHISE” FIGHTER LOOKS?
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San Francisco, CA– Although I will get deep into whether or not Al Haymon Boxing can make it with their current lineup of headliners, mid-carders and opponents in a special next week, the real money and hope for Premier Boxing Champions is on unbeaten American heavyweight and WBC belt bearer Deontay Wilder.

WILDER FIGHTS AGAIN ON NBC FOR FREE

Now 33 & 0 with 32 whacks, at 6’7 the 2008 Bronze medal winner has had but one modest test in Bermaine Stiverne (W UD 12). Outside of that, Wilder has lived on soft touches who were “certifiable” losers with little or NO chance of prevailing. Now the Alabama native trained by 1984 Olympic king Mark Breland is set to dine on another mackerel when he meets Johann Duhaupas (32-2, 20KOs) of France Saturday on NBC.
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AL HAYMON BOXING TONIGHT ON BOUNCE TV

AL HAYMON DOING IT LIKE THE JAPANESE
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San Francisco, CA– As comedian Bobby Slayton points out, “The Japanese really didn’t invent anything…they just made it better.” He was comparing the life expectancy of a Honda Accord to that of a Chevy Cavalier, TV’s, electronics, Japan didn’t invent these things, they just made them better.

BOXING ON CABLE “DONE RIGHT” MEANS RATINGS

So, Al Haymon didn’t invent a Tuesday night crowd on Cable TV, it was an already proven success as USA’s Tuesday Night Fights prospered until the network hired a female chief executive and axed the series in 1998. USA aired what they say is officially the world’s quickest knockout as heavyweights Jimmy Thunder and Crawford Grimsley lasted 1.5 seconds (:13 on BoxRec) as Thunder clipped Crawford with a right.

NO LACK OF SPONSORS, SITES OR VIEWERS

That was the real hard thing about losing Tuesday Night Fights, they were a “roaring” success and the way the dollars were divvied up, everybody, promoters, fighters and fans, including Brad Jacobs, long considered the USA Tuesday night boxing boss. The only people bitching were promoters who could not get dates.

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ODDS ON FLOYD MAYWEATHER BOXING AGAIN!

WHEN WILL MAYWEATHER ANNOUNCE THE UN-RETIREMENT?

Floyd "Money" Mayweather

Floyd “Money” Mayweather


San Francisco, CA– While some felt that the retirement speel of Floyd Mayweather was “sincere.” Others were of the opinion that Floyd after making a fortune many times over, enough cash for tens of Mayweather generations to live incredibly well into the 23rd century, that, “enough is enough” and that Floyd will walk away.

FLOYD “USED” THE MEDIA AS A TOOL

The majority of pundits, most of us, including myself, some unwittingly, some not, have been used by Mayweather, because whether you like him or not, Floyd is the “ultimate” shot caller in the fight game. Having used Muhammad Ali-like antics at times, Floyd has done a few Mike Tyson impressions as well during his 18 year tenure in the professional fight game.

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FLOYD PROMISED TO QUIT AFTER #49…BUT…

Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao

Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao


San Francisco, CA– If Saturday actually was to be the end of the Floyd Mayweather era, it might be worth watching and or celebrating. Fresh off a record payday and his 12-round May spanking of Manny Pacquiao, the 48-0 champion has for the longest said he was getting out after #49. That appears not to be the case as Mayweather is looking at complete “free agency” as the Showtime/CBS deal comes to an end.

MADE SHOWTIME/CBS LOTSA’ MONEY

Initially, Mayweather’s boxing might have been a “loss leader” for the Showtime PPV folks. But the money made on the Mayweather-Pacquiao mismatch was beyond profound, so they are looking at the Mayweather time with them as plus and would love to resign him. HBO PPV, they too, if Floyd is a free agent would probably be interested. And there is the possibility that Floyd going all by himself (Mayweather Promotions) with advisor Al Haymon’s Premier Boxing Champions.

BERTO “BIGGER UNDERDOG” THAN BUSTER DOUGLAS

When this match was first announced, the Las Vegas MGM Grand, site of Floyd’s last 12 fights, put Mayweather up at 40-1 over Berto. That means, you bet $4,000 in order to win $100. In the biggest upset in the history of boxing, Mike Tyson was a 38-1 favorite of James “Buster” Douglas. Currently, the Floyd number has dropped to 30-1 and if you want to go with Berto, I’ve seen odds anywhere between 15 & 19-1.

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AL HAYMON BOXING NOT YET ANSWERING “DREAMS”

AL HAYMON BOXING” STILL NOT ONE YEAR OLD!
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San Francisco, CA– When Hall of Fame journalist Larry Merchant and I were last year discussing Premier Boxing Champions’ Al Haymon getting into boxing, I think we both looked at it as possibly a gift from the boxing Gods. Here was a Harvard educated man with a great reputation in music, willing to carve out a new niche out for himself by putting boxing on FREE TV again. What could be better for the “die hard” fight fans and the fledgling sport itself?

IT IS “BIG AL’S” WORLD RIGHT NOW

With Haymon becoming numero uno, I thought things would be different, when little has changed really. We thought, here is a supposedly honest man who has an affliction for fighters and boxing, as “Big Al,” who got into the game managing the late Vernon Forrest, was going to bring in lots of new people, he hasn’t.

PBC HAS WENT WITH “ESTABLISHMENT” TYPES

No, instead of “Big Al” bringing in new people to the game, he has instead hired publicists, et al, that have been tools of the “Boxing Establishment” for decades. How loyal will they be at the end of the day? In addition, PBC seemingly accepts associations with people that are not a credit to humanity, let alone boxing. When this subject is broached to Haymon’s right hand Sam Watson, he puts his hands over his ears.

AL HAYMON COULD BE ANDY GRIFFITH OF BOXING

So while I was hoping Al Haymon could step in and be the Sheriff Andy Taylor of boxing,, you know the guy that gets everything done without involving negative people. And while I still have hope, that just hasn’t yet panned out.

BOXING NEEDS TO BE “WASHED”

Al has the power, the money, and the influence to control boxing, but does the Harvard grad have the intestinal fortitude and wherewithal to clean it up as well? And does he want to? The jury is still out!

Pedro Fernandez

Note: Mr. Fernandez is an award-winning writer, TV commentator, radio talk show host, former San Francisco Policeman and four-time Golden Gloves boxing champion, who also pens feature stories for the R & B band Tower of Power. Comments regarding this submission can be left below.

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PETER MCKINN HAD “FELONY” CHARGES REDUCED

SHADES OF OPERATION MATCHBOX

Peter McKinn

Peter McKinn


San Francisco, CA– When you look at the things that promoter Peter McKinn did to Joe Diaz, supposedly trying to hire people to burn down his house, and the years of Diaz not being able to train fighters that led to the shutdown of his Phoenix, AZ gym, to me it was beyond despicable. Of course this was all based on documents Forged by McKinn that also led to the sidelining an an aged “Yory Boy” Campas. In 2009, McKinn was charged in a Maricopa County Grand Jury Indictment with five felony counts: Count 1 Theft (Class 3), Count 2 Fraudulent Schemes and Artifices (Class 2), Count 3 Forgery (Class 4), Count 4 Perjury (Class 4), and Count 5 Conspiracy to Commit Theft (Class 3).

PROBATION “CLAUSE” REDUCED FELONY CHARGES

After the jail time, paying fines and restitution, any Felony charges McKinn had were all reduced to Misdemeanors. To me, this is like the difference between six and a half dozen. He committed Felonies certainly, but officially now Peter McKinn is not a Felon. To that we say congratulations for having completed your probation.

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AZ PROMOTER SCOTT MALING SAYS HE IS NO “FLEA”

ARIZONA BOXING PEOPLE “FEELING” HEAT?

Scott Maling

Scott Maling


San Francisco, CA– Today I received a letter from Arizona promoter Scott Maling’s attorney claiming that Maling has “never” fronted for Bob Arum’s Top Rank. In 2005, with promoter/Felon Peter McKinn on a path that would lead to jail, I was told then that Mr. Maling reportedly “filled the void.” He denies this.

PEOPLE ARE JUDGED BY THEIR COMPANY

Mr. Maling was also irked at my calling him, John Montano and McKinn “fleas.” Maybe that was an obvious conclusion to some seeing he attended an Arizona Boxing Commission with Peter McKinn, a Felon convicted of theft, forgery, fraud, filing false police reports, suborning perjury, all the result of McKinn stealing money from a boxer in Arizona.

MCKINN ASKED BOXER TO “BURN DOWN” ACCUSER’S GYM

Ex-Top Rank Felon Peter McKinn

Ex-Top Rank Felon Peter McKinn In Jail

After listening to conversations that were picked up on a police wire, there’s no way you can walk away NOT thinking McKinn is the lowest form of human life. According to ex-boxer Daniel Lerma, (who once boxed for McKinn) he told Phoenix Police that McKinn wanted to hire his brother, “To knock out Joe Diaz. You know, burn his house down, his truck down.” Lerma said he was aware of the $5,000 check that Diaz tried to cash. Lerma says McKinn, “Voided the check and Diaz did not get paid.”

JOE DIAZ’ CAR SHOT UP & GYM WAS BURNED

Trainer Joe Diaz’ joint, the shuttered Top Level Gym in Phoenix was shot up one night, set on fire another, and his vehicle was filled with bullet holes as well. Is that just a coincidence Mr. Maling, sir? You know, McKinn looking to hire people to harm and or possibly kill a feeble old man, torch his place, and then that’s exactly what happened!!! And I’m not saying this flippantly, it is part of the Phoenix Police investigation.

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AL HAYMON BOXING MUM ON BOXING FELON!

GOOGLE ARTICLES #1 & #2 ON AL HAYMON
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San Francisco, CA– If you Google “Al Haymon Boxing,” you will get my posting the PBC September Boxing Schedule and “Al Haymon Victim Of Boxing Enemy.” That being fact, I just don’t understand why Haymon’s right hand and the face of PBC, Sam Watson can’t grasp what is happening here. Either PBC knows they are dealing with criminals or Sam’s comprehension skills need improvement.

FELON PROMOTER & DISGRACED EX-ARIZONA BOXING CHIEF

With boxing Felon Peter McKinn, defrocked NABO head John Montano, before the WBO successfully sued him for Fraud and Theft of Funds, walking hand in hand, Bob Arum’s “Go To” guy in Arizona, Scott Maling made an appearance at the Arizona Boxing Commission office Friday and met with Boxing Director Matt Valenzuela in order to get an October 14 date on ESPN for Mr. Heymon and Premier Boxing Champions.

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