Middleweight beltholder Peter Quillin could soon defend his WBO title against promotional stablemate Danny Jacobs.
Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s unanimous decision over Miguel Cotto generated $94 million in pay per view revenue.
The IBF will not decide whether to strip Lamont Peterson of his title until it reviews medical records. Also, the sanctioning body will not recognize Peterson-Amir Khan as Fight of the Year.
Fans give their thoughts on Lamont Peterson and the cancelled rematch with Amir Khan, question the updated RING Championship Policy, give more feedback on Mayweather-Cotto and propose fantasy matchups in this week's FAT Friday Mailbag.
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Robert Guerrero, who has been a world-ranked featherweight, junior lightweight and lightweight, will try to earn a top-10 ranking in the 147-pound division against undefeated welterweight contender Selcuk Aydin on July 28.
Lamont Peterson's positive drug test will be among the subjects addressed in the debut of Jim Lampley's "Fight Game" on HBO on Saturday night.
VADA said it couldn't immediately inform all parties of Lamont Peterson's failed drug test because it wasn't authorized to do so. Richard Schaefer disputes that contention.
Amir Khan eyes return to the ring on July 7 or July 14 in the wake of his canceled return bout with Lamont Peterson.
The U.S. now has seven fighters in the London Olympics after lightweight Jose Ramirez of Avenal, Calif., and middleweight Terrell Gausha of Cleveland won their fights Wednesday.
"Don't be so quick to judge me. Let the facts come out first," says Lamont Peterson, who does not believe he should be stripped of the IBF and WBA junior welterweight belts he won from Amir Khan in December.