A couple of days before he battled Jose Luis Castillo interestingly, Diego Corrales walked around the insides of the Mandalay Bay Events Center onto the floor, where laborers were raising the ring in which the two men would meet for the lightweight title. Corrales, who was a fearsome warrior as well as a long-term boxing fan, halted a couple of steps onto the floor and looked around at the void seats and at the pennants swinging from the rafters of real battles the occasions focus had facilitated. “What are you considering?” he was asked.He stopped, scanning for accurately the correct words, previously he gradually brokeRead More →