Middleweight beltholder Peter Quillin could soon defend his WBO title against promotional stablemate Danny Jacobs.
Bernard Hopkins was in an intense, pensive, and sometimes emotional mood as he discussed his rematch with Chad Dawson, as well as his amazing career, with a quiet and captive audience of boxing journalists.
Chad Dawson is confident that he will beat Bernard Hopkins in thier heated rematch in Atlantic City tomorrow night. Dawson's promoter, Gary Shaw, and trainer, John Scully, also give their thoughts on the HBO-televised rematch.
Unbeaten heavyweight prospect Seth Mitchell spoke to a group of boxing writers about his Saturday showdown with Chazz Witherspoon and other subjects, including his football background.
Challenger Chad Dawson wants to deliver a career-defining knockout over RING and WBC light heavyweight champion Bernard Hopkins on Saturday night.
Readers give their thoughts on what they think might be Bernard Hopkins' last stand against Chad Dawson tomorrow in Atlantic City, as well as Mitchell-Witherspoon, Abner Mares and much more in this week's Friday mailbag.
RingTV co-hosts Doug Fischer and Michael Rosenthal look back at Abner Mares' decision victory over Eric Morel and preview the heated Bernard Hopkins-Chad Dawson rematch, which takes place on HBO on Saturday.
The promoter of RING super middleweight champion Andre Ward has his sights on a potential rise into the light heavyweight division for a matchup opposite the winner between RING and WBC titleholder Bernard Hopkins and Chad Dawson.
An animated Antonio Tarver discussed the transition from Showtime commentator to fighter, his June 2 fight with Lateef Kayode, and plans to unify cruiserweight titles and challenge Wladimir Klitschko at the recent "Four Warned" press conference.
The June 2012 issue of THE RING Magazine features a special Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Miguel Cotto preview package.
Bernard Hopkins implied that Saturday night's clash with Chad Dawson could represent his final professional fight, comparing his career achievements to those of Jackie Robinson, Muhammad Ali and Michael Jordan.