Middleweight beltholder Peter Quillin could soon defend his WBO title against promotional stablemate Danny Jacobs.
Junior middleweight contender James Kirkland is suing for contractual separation from Golden Boy Promotions, his current managers and his trainers, Ann Wolfe and Pops Billingsley.
Unbeaten former lightweight beltholder Paul Spadafora eyes October return, then shots at 140-pound champ Danny Garcia or welterweight titleholder Paul Malignaggi. Spadafora outpointed Humberto Toledo on Aug. 18.
Paul Spadafora's trainer Tom Yankello says the unbeaten former lightweight titleholder is ready for the best 140- and 147-pound boxers in the world. He also says Roy Jones Jr. wants to retire to contrate on guiding Spadafora's career.
Randall Bailey: "Eventually, I'm going to catch up to Devon Alexander. And when I do, it's going to be trouble for him."
Promoter Don King, who turns 81 on Aug. 20, invited Pygmies to the "Rumble In The Jungle," claims to be able to communicate with Floyd Mayweather in "ghetto-ese," and once killed a man -- just a few stories from the life of the man who coined the phrase "Only in America."
WBO welterweight titleholder Tim Bradley: "If Manny Pacquiao doesn't want to fight me, then I'm looking for a Floyd Mayweather fight. Or I'm looking for a Miguel Cotto fight... I belong in the ring with these guys."
Filipino junior featherweights Eden Sonsona and Dave Penalosa scored dominant knockout victories against outgunned Thai opponents on Saturday night at the Mandaluyong Gym in Mandaluyong City, Philippines.
Junior middleweight contender Carlos Molina on WBC titleholder Saul Alvarez: "When he's challenging guys that I've already fought like Kermit Cintron and James Kirkland, it makes you feel like, 'Wait a second, if they deserve a shot, then I deserve a shot also.'"
Carlos Molina, THE RING’s No. 6-rated junior middleweight, outhustled and outboxed Damian Frias to a shutout unanimous decision in the main event of the Friday Night Fights season finale from Miami, Okla., on Friday.
WBC middleweight titleholder Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. weighs 176 pounds 30 days prior to making his defense against RING champion Sergio Martinez, who is currently tipping the scales at 174.