Middleweight beltholder Peter Quillin could soon defend his WBO title against promotional stablemate Danny Jacobs.
IBF junior middleweight titleholder Cornelius Bundrage on his separation from manager Manny Steward: "It's just time to move on. So I'm putting it out there that I need a new manager, a new promoter, and that I need to be with somebody that's going to help me to get the big fights."
Former 130-pound beltholder Adrien Broner on a potential fight with welterweight contender Robert Guerrero: "To me, he's not special. He's ordinary. If that fight ever happens, man, I will expose all of the kinks in his armor."
Oscar De La Hoya on undefeated heavyweight KO artist Deontay Wilder: "It's time to take him to the big stage -- the HBOs and the Showtimes. It's time to unleash Deontay Wilder."
Oscar De La Hoya on his absence from THE RING's Top 10 list of fighters who have achieved Olympic and professional success: "I really don't mind, because I don't need my head to be blown up any more than it already is."
Showtime's Stephen Espinoza once said of co-existing with HBO that "there is room for two very successful, very active networks in boxing."
Nothing sticks out about Filipino junior featherweight prospect Genesis Servania's athletic ability, but the just-turned 21 year old fights with poise and purpose having come from very poor family, which he helps support.
Although Top Rank has requested the MGM Grand in Las Vegas for a Nov. 10 Manny Pacquiao event, the status of the fight remains "Pacquiao vs. TBA."
Golden Boy Promotions CEO plans to sign several Olympic boxers prior to their pro debuts, but questions the relationship of AIBA, amateur boxing's governing body, with professional boxing.
Unbeaten Adrien Broner on his inability to land an opponent thus far for Oct. 6: "Don't nobody want to grab that rope to hang themselves, man. But anybody can get it. Everybody that's anybody can get it."
Stifled Glory: The fight to fight: After a decade of trials, tribulations, personal issues, and heartbreak, unbeaten former lightweight titleholder Paul Spadafora is still fighting -- this time a legal battle -- to get his career back on track.