Bob Arum said Julio Cesar Chavez could fight Brian Vera next, and eventually, Andre Ward.
RingTV.com’s resident historian and punch counter Lee Groves provides a CompuBox recount of fight night, May 10, from the Buffalo Run Casino in Miami, Okla., where Dierry Jean’s fourth-round KO of Cleotis Pendarvis topped a ShoBox: The New Generation card.
WBC strawweight titleholder Xiong Zhao Zhong will make his long-awaited mandatory title defense against No. 1 contender Denver Cuello on June 28 in the United Arab Emirates city of Dubai, said Cuello's manager.
Shane Mosley hasn’t scored a victory since January 2009 but the 41-year-old veteran is confident he’ll get back to his winning ways against 18-years-younger Pablo Cesar Cano in a Fox Deportes-televised welterweight bout on Saturday in Cancun, Mexico.
While Lucas Matthysse was scrambling in Argentina trying to get a new passport, Lamont Peterson was chilling at B.B. Kings Blues Club in Times Square on Wednesday afternoon...
Eleven days after coming home from Buenos Aires, the Travelin’ Man returned to the friendly skies, this time to land in Miami, Okla., to work the CompuBox keys for a ShoBox: The New Generation card headlined by Dierry Jean-Cleotis Pendarvis IBF 140-pound title elimination bout.
Undefeated middleweight prospect J'Leon Love and super middleweight Matthew Garretson tested positive for banned diuretics following their fights on the May 4 undercard of the Floyd Mayweather-Robert Guerrero fight.
Danish star Mikkel Kessler enters his anticipated May 25 rematch with Carl Froch with a deep respect for his rival and fellow super middleweight veteran. “We have both fought all over the world,” Kessler told RingTV.com, “that’s what champions do, fight the best everywhere.”
English heavyweight contender David Haye has issued an unreserved apology to his supporters after being forced to withdraw from his scheduled June 29 bout against Germany’s Manuel Charr through injury.
According to SI.com's Fortunate 50, Floyd Mayweather Jr.is projected to be the highest-paid athlete in American sports for the second straight year, potentially earning between $90 million and $128 million.
THE RING's No. 1-rated junior welterweight Lucas Matthysse faces No. 2-rated Lamont Peterson in a non-title, 141-pound bout, with the winner to possibly challenge RING champion Danny Garcia on Sept. 7.