Middleweight beltholder Peter Quillin could soon defend his WBO title against promotional stablemate Danny Jacobs.
RING middleweight champ Sergio Martinez and top-rated challenger Matthew Macklin have their final say before their anticipated St. Patrick's Day showdown. Promoter Lou DiBella also gives his thoughts on the HBO Championship Boxing show.
Edwin Rodriguez and Don George are more than ready for thier anticipated HBO-televised co-feature to Martinez-Macklin on Saturday. Both super middleweight prospects spoke to RingTV's Bill Emes after the final press conference in New York.
Watch highlights from the Sergio Martinez-Matthew Macklin final press conference in New York City, where the middleweights will fight on St. Patrick's Day. Martinez, Macklin, their trainers, and Edwin Rodriguez and Don George all had their say.
Lou DiBella knows Sergio Martinez's St. Patrick's Day showdown with Matthew Macklin will be an exciting fight, but he wishes the middleweight champ could secure a mega-event. Martinez, however, remains postive that bigger fights are coming.
Not long after dethroning Kelly Pavlik as undisputed middleweight champion, Sergio Martinez learned that Edwin Valero murdered his wife, sparking his crusade against domestic violence against women.
Hard-pundhing super middleweight prospect Donovan George longs for an "Arturo Gatti-Micky Ward" type of fight against Edwin Rodriguez on Saturday night.
Edwin Rodriguez faces hammer-fisted Donovan George this Saturday night on the HBO stage, and for the battle of his life he'll be inspired by his twin children, who have already fought theirs.
Mathew Macklin doesn't view himself as an underdog against middleweight champ Sergio Martinez, who he challenges on Saturday. Macklin sees the St. Patrick's Day showdown as a unification bout because he believes he beat beltholder Felix Sturm in his last fight.
Omar Figueroa co-headlines this week’s offering of ShoBox: The New Generation against Ramon Ayala, but at different times, both the lightweight prospect and the people who manage him didn’t think he’d be on the marquee.
Kendall Holt looks to rejuvenate his career against Tim Coleman on ESPN2 this Friday night, but the former titleholder is also putting in work outside the ring for life after boxing.