Middleweight beltholder Peter Quillin could soon defend his WBO title against promotional stablemate Danny Jacobs.
Tim Bradley: "Any day, week or month of the year, you can come and drug test me. It's all natural over here with Tim Bradley. Natural. God-given talent."
Hank Lundy reeled off another big win on ESPN2’s Friday Night Fights, rising off the deck to outbox and outpoint power-punching lightweight Dannie Williams over 10 rounds at the Foxwoods Resort Theater in Mashantucket, Conn.
RingTV.com's resident historian and collector Lee Groves recently traveled to Tucson, Ariz., to work the CompuBox buttons for an entertaining instalment of ShoBox: The New Generation. In part two, Groves recounts the card headlined by 130-pound contender Diego Magdaleno.
After an extensive amateur career, DonYil Livingston was inactive for many years before returning in 2010. The middleweight prospect, who fights Saturday in Woodland Hills, Calif., is on the right track since signing with Boxing 360 last year.
Kelly Pavlik and Aaron Jaco tipped the scales at 169.2, and,169.4 pounds, respectively, for their match up, which is to be contested at the contracted weight of 170 pounds on Saturday in San Antonio, Texas.
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With two college degrees under his belt, Chris Algieri is not an average prospect, but the 28-year-old junior welterweight, who fights in his hometown of Huntington, N.Y., on Saturday, is as serious about boxing as he was his studies.
Co-hosts Doug Fischer and Michael Rosenthal review the action and controversy of the month of March, including Salido-Lopez II, Martinez-Macklin, Kirkland-Molina and Garcia-Morales. They also give their thoughts on the passing of Bert Sugar.
The WBC 115-pound belt changed hands in Tokyo after a hard-fought battle between Thai titleholder Suriyan Sor Rungvisai and Japanese challenger Yota Sato this past Tuesday.
The World Boxing Organization has agreed to sanction the next defense of light heavyweight titleholder Nathan Cleverly, against Serbian-born German Robin Krasniq, at the Royal Albert Hall, London, April 28.