Middleweight beltholder Peter Quillin could soon defend his WBO title against promotional stablemate Danny Jacobs.
Manny Pacquiao's advisor, Michael Koncz, says that he can't recall the last time the boxer fought for $20 million.
Light heavyweight titleholder Nathan Cleverly says he won't risk a summer unification payday by sleeping on his upcoming defense.
Mexico's Julio Cesar Chavez could face Puerto Rico's Miguel Cotto if he wins his next fight, and Cotto is not selected for a rematch with Manny Pacquiao.
Frank Espinoza, the manager of Luis Ramos, says the undefeated lightweight prospect's ShoBox debut against veteran Reymundo Beltran on Friday is a tough fight that Ramos can lose if he's not at his best.
Junior middleweight contender Carlos Molina: "Hopefully, after I beat James Kirkland, then I will get the full credit that I deserve."
James Kirkland: "I think that this is going to be a learning experience for Floyd Mayweather. Jail can make you a better person. But crime don't pay."
Howard Davis Jr., the 1976 Olympic gold medalist and Val Barker award winner for best boxer of the tournament, took a look back on his pro career with RingTV.com the week that his son, Dyah Davis, headlines Friday Night Fights.
THE RING celebrates its 90th anniversary with a commemorative February 2012 issue, which includes a 47-page package looking back on the past nine decades of the sport and the magazine.
Mark Johnson: "I think Floyd Mayweather needs to say to himself, 'You know, I think that I can go in there and get this over with, come out and make the biggest fights possible,' you know? Whatever fights that may be."
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