Michael Koncz on Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao: "If the fans still want to see this fight, we're willing to do it."
Fernando Montiel will pursue his third straight knockout on Saturday night against Victor Terrazas.
A doctor's favorable ruling regarding Antonio Margarito's right eye could prevent his rematch with Miguel Cotto from leaving New York for another venue.
Fans still have a lot to say about Pacquiao-Marquez III, the fighters' rankings, so-called "foot-stomping" tactics, and Floyd Mayweather's pound-for-pound rating, and they get their forum in this week's Friday mailbag. Enjoy!
Host Corey Erdman looks back at Pacquiao-Marquez, Trout-LoPorto and Fury-Pajkic; previews Chavez Jr.-Manfredo, and interviews Carlos Molina about the possibility of facing James Kirkland.
Bob Arum lists Texas, Mississippi and Colorado as the leading candidates to host Miguel Cotto-Antonio Margarito II if the New York State Athletic Commission does not license Margarito.
The demand for Ali-Frazier I was so incredible that ringside tickets went for a then-record $150. THE RING writer Dan Daniel examined the economics of the Fight of the Century in the April 1971 issue.
Boxer Peter Manfredo Jr. won't quit his day job as a laborer, that is, unless he can dethrone Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. on Saturday.
Showtime's "Fighter" videos chronicling the separate journeys of Andre Ward and Carl Froch have been released by the network.
The chance to face Felix Sturm comes sooner than expected and traveling to Germany presents its own challenges, but Martin Murray says he's ready.