Format Change

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For almost a year now Uncle Critic has been bringing reviews to the masses, recently (today) we expanded to giving information on weekly releases. Soon we will be expanding even further. This upcoming expantion focuses mostly on the music aspect of things. We will be bringing you news, release information, tour information that comes along. We will also be doing a (hopefully weekly) profile on a label and band. These new changes are not limited to any certian type of music they will be across all genres.
Do not worry, we will continue to do reviews of music, movies and books. However with the changes they will most likely be limited to one or two per week.
Change most likely coming in the next week or two.

For almost a year now Uncle Critic has been bringing reviews to the masses, recently (today) we expanded to giving information on weekly releases. Soon we will be expanding even further. This upcoming expansion focuses mostly on the music aspect of things. We will be bringing you news, release information, tour information that comes along. We will also be doing a (hopefully weekly) profile on a label and band. These new changes are not limited to any certain type of music they will be across all genres.

Do not worry, we will continue to do reviews of music, movies and books. However with the changes they will most likely be limited to one or two per week.

Change most likely coming in the next week or two.

De La Hoya Retires

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Oscar De La Hoya announced his retirement from boxing on Tuesday, four months after his final bout ended in a one-sided loss to Manny Pacquiao.
“I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s over inside the ring for me,” De La Hoya said at a news conference across the street from Staples Center, where a statue of him stands.

The 36-year-old De La Hoya’s remarkable career including winning a 1992 Olympic gold medal and professional titles in six weight divisions. He also is the highest-grossing star in the history of the sport.

De La Hoya was thoroughly beaten by Manny Pacquiao in December, his fourth loss in his last seven fights. It’s been several years since De La Hoya beat a truly daunting opponent. He finishes with a record of 39-6 and 30 knockouts.

He told an outdoor audience that he’s retiring because it’s not fair to himself or the fans to continue when he can’t compete at the highest level anymore.

The native of East Los Angeles will stay involved in the sport as a promoter with his Golden Boy Promotions company.

  • W-L-D     39-6-0
  • Won by KO     30
  • Won by dec. 10

ESPN.COM

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