Nov 242014
November 24, 2014

Boxing writer gives prostate examsBoxing writer Kelsey McCarson is on a crusade to knockout prostate cancer by lending his high-profile name and image to raise awareness against the deadly disease.

McCarson’s celebrity profile is on a meteoric rise thanks to his work as a boxing journalist and he wants to lend his fame and popularity to a great cause.

Raising awareness and saving lives is McCarson’s sole goal even if he has to perform every single prostate exam himself. The reason to do a prostate exam is to look for early warning signs of colon and prostate cancer.

Approximately 80,000 men die of colon, prostate and rectal cancer in the United States each  year.

McCarson says the exam is uncomfortable and embarrassing, but the consequences of not getting one is a life and death situation and that is why he will be performing free exams at his private residence.

“What I usually do is take my finger put some lube on it and slip it in the anus. It’s uncomfortable, but it’s an essential part of the exam. It’s a life saver,” said McCarson.

“If it helps any, I will perform the exams with both my hands on their shoulders to calm the nerves of anyone being examined.”

Nov 072014
November 7, 2014

Bernard HopkinsDisrupting the space-time continuum without a Delorean or 1.21 giggawatts of power is no easy task, but don’t tell that to Bernard Hopkins who turns 50 in January. The unified light heavyweight champion will risk life and limb to conquer any challenge.

Many observers believe the oldest boxer to win and defend world titles is tempting fate and mocking ‘Father Time’ by taking on the most dangerous 175-pounder in the world.

Hopkins faces undefeated titlist Sergey Kovalev in a light heavyweight unification bout tomorrow night at the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

At yesterday’s press conference, Hopkins explains why his record-setting run hasn’t transcended the sport or landed him that lucrative Centrum Silver endorsement contract.

“It’s because I’m old,” Hopkins said.

“If I was any younger, I’d be on every billboard and every milk carton. Even if I had hair they’d say I’m too old for those ‘Just for men’ hair dye commercials.”

You can easily see why Hopkins has such an old-school persona. He was influenced by some of the toughest, most outspoken and intelligent fighters to come out of the fighting city of Philadelphia.

In fact, he didn’t disappoint when asked who is favorite fighter was growing up as a kid.

“Bernard Hopkins was my favorite fighter growing up,” Hopkins reveals.

“I have been fighting for so long that I actually grew up watching myself fight. Now does anybody know where I can find a flux capacitor?”

Sep 092014
September 9, 2014


Al Bernstein passing a gallstone in 2010

LAS VEGAS  — Stepping into the squared circle is a dangerous and painful endeavor for practitioners of the sweet science, but sitting in press row can be equally as painful.

When Showtime commentator Al Bernstein serves as ringside analyst for the Floyd Mayweather-Marcos Maidana rematch on Saturday, he will attempt to pass an 8-pound kidney stone.

According to Bernstein’s spokesperson Adie Zuckerman, Bernstein has suffered from kidney stones for three decades.

His first came on November 10,1983 when he did the Marvin Hagler-Roberto Duran fight. “My goal for this one is to provided high drama by totally destroying my urethra and leaving a pool of blood and urine on press row,” said Bernstein.

On a scale of 1-10, Bernstein believes the pain will be a “10” although he also thinks it could be a “1” due to his past experiences.

Sep 022014
September 2, 2014


Victor Conte proudly displays a picture of himself with Holly Fields.

Convicted drug dealer and performance enhancing scientist Victor Conte has developed a groundbreaking new drug that may change the world as we know it.

The unnamed drug will allow a person to change genders without the traumatic effects of undergoing an invasive operation.

“The changes happen rapidly and there is no pain involved,” said Conte.

“Men will begin to see changes when their testicles magically transform into meat flaps. For women, the clitoris will blossom into a two inch penis.”

“But don’t worry,” Conte added, “I have another pill to make it much bigger than that.”

Conte inadvertently created the life altering drug while working on a nutritional anti-constipation supplement for his boxing clientele.

Inspired by boxing promoter Frank Maloney’s decision to undergo a sex change operation to live life as a woman, Conte decided to mass produce and distribute his latest creation.

Although this remarkable new drug is still in the testing stages, Conte is excited by the results he has seen on his test subjects.

One of Conte’s original test patients is fitness-enthusiast Evan Fields. Now living as Holly Fields, the 49-year-old Atlanta native has made the transition from male to female with Conte’s sex change drug.

“I was born in the wrong body. What was wrong at birth is now being corrected chemically,” said Holly Fields.

Conte believes his sex change drug will hit the market within the next six months, but first the product needs a catchy new name.

“The scientific name is methandrofrankensteinstallone, but I like to keep things plain and simple,” he said. “You know one word names like the Cream or the Clear.”

Aug 262014
August 26, 2014


BoxingScene virus symptoms

Boxing enthusiasts around the globe were absolutely shocked and utterly dumbfounded to find their computers infected with malware after visiting

Internet security experts say BoxingScene is infected with over one million different viruses including spyware, Trojan horses and Herpes Simplex-10.

People who suspect they may be infected with a BoxingScene virus are urged to contact the Computer Center of Disease Control for further instructions.

Uninfected web surfers are urged to avoid contact with BoxingScene readers as the viruses are highly contagious.

However, one visitor considers himself lucky despite all the doom and gloom swirling around the infectious boxing gossip site. Robert Daniels was excited to learn that he was’s $100,000 daily grand prize winner.

A pop-up ad informed Daniels to click a link and fill out a brief survey to claim his cash prize. Daniels, 22, followed the instructions to claim the prize.

“I can’t wait to get my cash,” said a visibly excited Daniels. “As soon as they confirm my social security and bank account numbers belong to me, I’m high rolling it to Vegas!”

Aug 152014


August 15, 2014

In keeping with Floyd Mayweather’s tradition of violence against women, Mayweather Promotions has assembled a stellar undercard featuring this era’s most chicken-shit domestic violence abusers on “DOMESTIC MAYHEM: Mayweather vs. Maidana 2” on Saturday, September 13 from the MGM Grand Garden Arena live on SHOWTIME PPV.

“Floyd always wants to ensure that paying fans get to see what his family’s legacy is all about, Domestic Mayhem! From his daddy Floyd Senior busting up his momma to his uncle Roger smacking around random females, he will deliver a compelling televised undercard,” said Leonard Ellerbe, CEO Mayweather Promotions.

“This fight night will be no different from the rest of Floyd’s domestic assaults. This sensational night of boxing has chicken-shit written all over it.”

Featured on the pay-per-view telecast, adult actress Christy Mack will put her ass on the line, again, in a Sin City ambulance match against her impotent ex-boyfriend and wanted fugitive War Machine.

Plus in a return bout, the singing pride of Barbados, Rihanna, is out for revenge when she defends herself against convicted woman-beater Chris “Soap-on-a-Rope” Brown. In a tag team bout, Ray Rice’s wife Janay Palmer joins forces with Beyonce’s sister Solange Knowles to take on the team of self-proclaimed crack dealer Jay-Z and Baltimore Ravens running back Ray “Lights Out” Rice in an elevator match.

Rounding out a scandalous night of televised confrontations, SHOWTIME will present a live hard-hitting rap battle between ESPN talking head Stephen A. Smith and HBO boxing commentator Max Kellerman with special guest OJ Simpson serving as the emcee from his Las Vegas prison cell.


Aug 142014

By Carsey McKay
August 14, 2014

pansiesThe Boxing Writers Association of America is set to suspend over 20 writers due to a scandal involving the rampant use of estrogen amongst its boxing writers.

Investigators say it is the worst drug-abuse case in the history of boxing.

The BWAA declined to comment, but confirmed that an investigation has been launched to look into the matter.

There isn’t a journalism institution today with a drug problem like the one that threatens the sanctity of the boxing media.

If writers are subjected to 24/7/365 testing for the presence of synthetic estrogen, then the public can know for sure if these effeminate writers are producing estrogen naturally or artificially.

Dr. Margo Woodcock, president and founder of Another Stupid Anti‐Doping Agency (ASADA) has called for the BWAA to immediately test its writers for the use of synthetic estrogen.

To date, only writers who participate in ASADA’s rigorous voluntary program undergo such testing. “The recent positive tests for artificial estrogen in the boxing media is a problem for such a masculine and macho sport,” said Dr. Woodcock.

“Clearly, some writers are choosing to get married because they know their ‘wives’ can easily obtain the substance. It’s long over due that these writers are tested for synthetic estrogen.”

The BWAA has allowed the media to be overrun by testicular-challenged pansies that like nothing more than ogling shirtless, sweaty, muscular, toned and defined beefcakes. Those rugged, fist-fighting, cigar-smoking, whiskey-drinking, fedora-wearing, womanizing fight scribes of yesteryear are a thing of the past.

The future of fight writing is bleak. This isn’t about a few writers failing a drug test. This is about the pussyfication of the boxing media.

Carsey McKay is NOT a member of the Boxing Writers Association of America, having been rejected for membership six times and counting. Send your cuckold fantasies, positive comments and biblical passages to

Apr 212014
Bernard Hopkins_Showtime Sports

Anthropologists discover a rare prehistoric creature at the DC Armory in Washington, D.C.
April 21, 2014

Anthropologists working in Washington D.C. have determined that dinosaurs are not extinct and still live on Earth. Their research uncovered a prehistoric creature taking part in a world championship boxing match on Saturday night at the DC Armory.

The world renowned group of scientists say the creature is a plant-eating pachycephalo from the Cretaceous period and is approximately 211 million years old.

The internationally assembled research team, accidentally stumbled upon their rare find when one of the scientists decided to do something daring and out of the ordinary by attending a modern day gladiator event called boxing.

Thousands of spectators witnessed the two-legged dinosaur defeat a 30-year-old Kazakhstan fighter in a light heavyweight championship bout. Immediately after the event, scientists attached a tracking tag on the Stegosaurus they named “Bernard” and released him back into his native habitat.

Apr 132014

Pacquiao vs. Bradley Top Rank/Chris Farina

By FightClubWriter Bot
April 12, 2014

Manny Pacquiao defeated Timothy Bradley by scores of 118-110, 116-112 and 116-112 on Saturday in Las Vegas, Nevada, according to multiple media outlets and press releases.

The 12-round WBO welterweight championship bout occurred at 9:00 p.m. Pacific time at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

According to CompuBox punch stats, Pacquiao landed 198 punches and threw 563 punches for a punch rate of 35 percent. Bradley landed 141 punches and threw 627 punches for a connect rate of 22 percent.

Pacquiao now has a record of 56 wins, five losses and two draws. Bradley has a record of 31 wins and one loss.

According to event organizers, the attendance was announced as 15,601 and the live gate receipts totaled over $8 million. In the past 7 days there have been no boxing shows in Las Vegas or on pay-per-view.

Pacquiao was  guaranteed $20 million and Bradley earned $6 million.

This information comes from the Automated Boxing Notification Emergency Alert Service and this post was created by an algorithm written by a motherfucking robot.

Mar 312014

Hogan vs Andre
March 31, 2014

Newly released top secret documents show that the FBI suspected Hulk Hogan’s electrifying victory over Andre the Giant at WrestleMania 3 was fixed.

According to the declassified documents, the FBI suspected the fight had been fixed by pro wrestling promoter Vincent Kennedy McMahon, but provided no evidence to corroborate the suspicions the bureau investigated.

WWF World Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan – at the time regarded as the “Unstoppable Force” – defended his title against the 7-foot-4, 520-pound “Eighth Wonder of the World,” at the Silverdome in Pontiac, Michigan on March 29, 1987.

The Hulkster became the first wrestler in history to slam “The Immovable Object” thanks to his daily consumption of milk and vitamins.

In an iconic moment, Hogan used his 24-inch pythons to bodyslam Andre the Giant. After hitting his finishing move – The Atomic Leg Drop – Hogan pinned Andre for the three count to retain the WWF title.

There were suggestions that McMahon and Andre the Giant made over $88 million betting that Hulkamania would run wild at WrestleMania 3.

McMahon says he’s offended that someone would besmirch his long-standing reputation as the most honest and transparent promoter in wrestling history.

“I’m in the professional wrestling business,” grunted McMahon. “If I ever wanted to promote a fake sport with fixed fights, I’d be a boxing promoter.”