Bob Arum said Julio Cesar Chavez could fight Brian Vera next, and eventually, Andre Ward.
Fans on both sides of The Pond are excited about Carl Froch-Mikkel Kessler II and many have submitted their questions and opinions about tomorrow's big rematch in London to Dougie's Friday mailbag (along with emails about what's next for Lucas Matthysse). Enjoy!
Former welterweight and junior middleweight title challenger Delvin Rodriguez meets Freddy Hernandez in the main event of this week’s Friday Night Fights ESPN2 broadcast from the Mohegun Sun Casino in Uncastville, Conn.
Former featherweight and juniorlightweight title challenger Juan Carlos Burgos has re-signed with co-promoters Thompson Boxing Promotions and Banner Promotions, it was recently announced by both promotional companies.
Carl Froch could face disciplinary action from the British Boxing Board of Control after saying he was prepared to kill Mikkel Kessler, his opponent in the world super middleweight title fight at the O2 Arena on Saturday.
IBF super middleweight beltholder and THE RING's No. 1-rated 168 pounder Carl Froch has the home advantage on Saturday against THE RING's No. 2-rated super middleweight Mikkel Kessler, who win their first clash by unanimous decision.
Miguel Cotto could be closing in on a date for his ring return this year, and the list of possible opponents includes a lot of heavy hitters.
Unbeaten three-division titlewinner Abner Mares on a potential matchup with prospect Gary Russell Jr.: "Whenever this fight with Gary Russell were to happen, we'll find out then if I'm tailor-made for him."
Unbeaten welterweight contender Keith Thurman on the other top fighters in the 147-pound division: "There's no elite fighter out there that intimidates me. I'm not intimidated by no fighter, by no man."
Fans who took part in a recent RingTV.com poll asking who would win a 140-pound showdown between RING champ Danny Garcia and No. 1 contender Lucas Matthysse aren't giving Garcia much of a chance to beat the Argentine power puncher.
The big rematch in London on Saturday is between Carl Froch and Mikkel Kessler, but Tony Bellew’s immediate return match against Isaac Chilemba – who held “The Bomber” to a draw on March 30 – which is on the Froch-Kessler undercard, is also anticipated by British fans.