Abel Sanchez: GGG will be back, he's a proud champion

He’s one of the most fearless talkers among the ranks of trainers within the fight game, so it’s no surprise that Reddit has tapped Abel Sanchez for the “Ask Me Anything” series twice now.

The Big Bear-based tutor took queries from fight fans, and some 900 questions were put into queue Wednesday for the man who cornered Gennady Golovkin on September 15 for the second showdown with Canelo Alavarez.

Among the tidbits gleaned from the Reddit sesh:

Asked who GGG might scrap with if the third Canelo fight doesn’t come to fruition right away, Sanchez said, “Either BJ Saunders for the WBO title, or whoever wins with Andrade and BJS, or Ryota Murata, who is the WBA regular champion.” (Murata is in against Rob Brant on October 20, so that has to get settled first.)

Источник: Bad Left Hook

“Lobster War” among films at maritime festival

BUCKSPORT — Award-winning Boston filmmaker and journalist David Schwab Abel’s documentary “Lobster War: The Fight Over the World’s Richest Fishing Grounds” is among more than a dozen films showing on Friday-Sunday, Sept. 28-30, at the Alamo Theatre in Bucksport.

In its third year, the International Maritime Film Festival’s Grand Prize for Feature Films went to “Captain of Utopia,” which is about French mountain guide and polar explorer François Bernard, who has spent 30 years traveling to remote places like the South and North Poles.

The festival’s top prize for short films went to “Herring Opera.” The film is set in the small coastal town of Sitka, Alaska, where the most dramatic signal of spring is the arrival of the herring. Massive fishing boats arrive from out of town to vie for the “million dollar set” while local Alaskans prepare to harvest herring eggs in the traditional way, and thousands of whales, seals, and eagles crowd the ocean to eat the herring.

Источник: The Ellsworth American

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