Bob Arum said Julio Cesar Chavez could fight Brian Vera next, and eventually, Andre Ward.
The undercard to the Bernard Hopkins-Chad Dawson light heavyweight championship on Saturday is solid from top to bottom. Hopkins wants Dawson to do his part to make the main event as good as the supporting fights.
Watch the unveiling of the Ripley's Believe It Or Not wax statue of Bernard Hopkins at the final press conference for the light heavyweight champ's showdown with Chad Dawson on Saturday in Los Angeles.
Bernard Hopkins, Chad Dawson and members of the Oct. 15 undercard met the press three days before the show at the Staples Center in L.A. Photos by Naoki Fukuda.
Having risen from the canvas following his lone defeat, Jorge Linares eyes his fifth straight win against Antonio DeMarco and a shot at Mexican legend Erik Morales.
Neither back surgery nor throat cancer is slowing down famous ring announcer Michael Buffer, who will be at it again for Saturday night's Bernard Hopkins-Chad Dawson card.
Former ring physician Margaret Goodman says it is "unconscionable" that Jermain Taylor has been granted a license in Nevada two years after he suffered a brain bleed in a knockout loss to Arthur Abraham.
Among promoter Lou DiBella's long-range goals is to see either Sergio Martinez or Andre Berto in against Manny Pacquiao or Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Tyson Fury will face undefeated Neven Pajkic in Manchester as he attempts to continue his rapid ascent through the heavyweight ranks.
Bernard Hopkins has set all-time boxing records and secured a lasting legacy, but the oldest champion in boxing history still desires to challenge himself, which is why he wants to KO Chad Dawson on Saturday.
Mikkel Kessler's damaged hand marks the second time the former super middleweight titleholder has pulled out of a bout with an injury.