Bob Arum said Julio Cesar Chavez could fight Brian Vera next, and eventually, Andre Ward.
Nobuhiro Ishida has had a hard time landing a high-profile fight since upsetting James Kirkland last year, but the Japanese veteran will get another chance to shock a heavily favored American fighter when faces Paul Williams on Showtime on Saturday.
Shawn Estrada had been sidelined for so long by various injuries that he once ran for city council, but the super middleweight prospect is healthy again and looking foward to his televised bout on this week's Friday Night Fights.
Devon Alexander says his entire life has been about avoiding drugs, but he's more than willing to be tested for PEDs. Marcos Maidana says he'll do what countryman Lucas Matthysse was unable to do: beat Alexander on his home turf.
Paulie Malignaggi wants to notch a key victory against WBA welterweight titleholder Vyacheslav Senchenko in April, with an eye on headlining at the Barclays Center in his native Brooklyn, N.Y.
Marcos Maidana and Devon Alexander will provide urine samples to be tested for illegal drugs and steroids by an independant organization both before and after the fight on Feb. 25.
Fireworks are expected when light heavyweight titleholder Tavoris Cloud defends his IBF belt against former beltholder Gabriel Campillo on Saturday. Lee Groves lists the best 175-pound title fights of all time in this week's RingTV.com 10 List.
Tomasz Adamek, in his first post-Klitschko fight, and Sergei Liakhovich will star in a heavyweight doubleheader on the undercard of an NBC Sports Network main event featuring Zab Judah vs. Vernon Paris on March 24.
Undefeated welterweight prospect Thomas Dulorme, who fights Ariz Ambriz in a ShoBox: The New Generation main event on Friday, relishes the opportunity to make a statement in front of a national television audience.
Missouri commission director, Tim Lueckenhoff, says Marcos Maidana's manager wanted to test for performing enhancing drugs, insinuating that Maidana's opponent on Feb. 25, Devon Alexander, has used "illegal drugs."
Paul Williams says he's going to show his fans that he's not a faded fighter in his Showtime-televised main event on Saturday.Tavoris Cloud, who fights in the co-featured bout, says he doesn't give a damn about pre-fight hype -- only winning.