Middleweight beltholder Peter Quillin could soon defend his WBO title against promotional stablemate Danny Jacobs.
Former junior featherweight titleholder Rico Ramos will attempt to rebound from his first loss against unbeaten former amateur rival Efrain Esquivias on Saturday night.
The majority of RingTV.com readers who took part in a poll believe the youth and power of Lucas Matthysse will be too much for battle-tested veteran Humberto Soto when the two junior welterweights meet in the co-feature to Showtime's June 23 doubleheader.
Wladimir Klitschko will defend his RING heavyweight championship against southpaw Tony Thompson in a rematch of Klitschko's knockout victory over Thompson in July of 2008.
Kazuto Ioka, THE RING's No. 2-rated strawweight, unified the WBA and WBC 105-pound world titles with a hard-fought victory over countryman Akira Yaegashi by scores of 115-114 and 115-113 (twice) in Osaka, Japan, on Wednesday.
A five-member panel of international judges has unanimously scored in favor of Manny Pacquiao against Tim Bradley after watching video of Bradley's disputed split-decision win that dethroned Pacquiao as welterweight titleholder on June 9.
The WBO's review of Tim Bradley vs. Manny Pacquiao, which includes a panel of five internationsl judges watching and comparing scores for the fight, may release its findings as early as tomorrow.
Intrepid RingTV.com columnist Lee Groves recounts the rest of his stay in El Paso in today’s installment of The Travelin’ Man Chronicles. He was there to “work the keys” for CompuBox as Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. defended his WBC 160-pound belt against Andy Lee.
Junior welterweight prospect Mike Dallas Jr. is building back up after a pair of losses, honing his skills with trainer Virgil Hunter, and looking to shine on Friday Night Fights this weekend.
Showtime will air a special short-form compilation in honor of recently passed former three-division titleholder Johnny Tapia on its Championship Boxing broadcast on Saturday.
Hard-hitting IBF welterweight titleholder Randall Bailey calls Devon Alexander "a full-blown midget," adding Tim Bradley "doesn't want a part of fighting me -- not even in his wildest dreams."