Middleweight beltholder Peter Quillin could soon defend his WBO title against promotional stablemate Danny Jacobs.
Teon Kennedy was incarcerated for a crime he did not commit and suffered his first loss last year, but the junior featherweight standout can regain his career's momentum with a victory over Christopher Martin on Friday Night Fights this week.
Although Manny Pacquiao appears to desire a fight Floyd Mayweather, it seems likely that he will defer to his promoter, Bob Arum, on the choice for his next opponent.
Dereck Chisora does not lack confidence. The British heavyweight standout, who lost two bouts last year - including a controversial decision to contender Robert Helenius - says he will beat WBC titleholder Vitali Klitschko on Feb. 18.
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Floyd Mayweather Jr. must now apply for his license to fight on May 5, though no problems are expected.
Trainer Robert Garcia: "Kelly Pavlik won't be around nothing but Mexican people at my gym, but he will be around people who are friends and it will be a family atmosphere."
Brandon Rios, who lost his WBA lightweight belt on the scales in his last bout, is expected to return to the 135-pound division in March on HBO, according to his trainer Robert Garcia.
Mustafa Ameen: "I look forward to answering the false allegations that I interfered with the WBA Supervisor, and somehow tainted the scorecards."
Freddie Roach says he knows the identity of the "Mystery Man" who was seen interfering with the WBA representative at the Amir Khan-Lamont Peterson fight, and says the man "has no credentials."
Lamont Peterson's publicist says the fighter has no knowledge of who the "Mystery Man" is.