Middleweight beltholder Peter Quillin could soon defend his WBO title against promotional stablemate Danny Jacobs.
Massive Lem's latest: Peterson, Khan, hospitalized together; De La Hoya examines cards; Roach rips referee
Now that Lamont Peterson has scored the Upset of The Year over Amir Khan in perhaps The Fight of The Year, how about a rematch?
Brian Viloria defended his WBO flyweight title and scored the most significant victory of his 11-year career by stopping former 108-pound champ Giovani Segura in the eighth round in the Philippines on Sunday.
Both Lamont Peterson and Amir Khan dug deep in their thrilling 12-round war in Peterson's hometown of Washington, D.C. Peterson won two 140-pound titles with a split decision that Khan, who was penalized two points, called "home cooking." A rematch would be welcomed by all.
British jr. welterweight titleholder Ashley Theophane was in serious trouble at the hands of late-replacement challenger Ben Murphy.
Undefeated middleweight standout Gennady Golovkin knocked out former title challenger Lajuan Simon in the first round to retain his WBA "regular" belt in Düsseldorf, Germany, on Friday.
Locals Anthony Peterson, Fernando Guerrero and Dusty Harrison were all victorious, with Guerrero and Harrison scoring knockouts, on the Amir Khan-Lamont Peterson undercard on Saturday.
Seth Mitchell pummeled Timur Ibragimov with a succession of right hands on the way to a second-round knockout.
With his victory over Lujan, Mike Jones assumed the IBF's top rating and could meet Randall Bailey for the vacant welterweight belt next.
Amir Khan on Lamont Peterson: "A lot of people don't want to fight him because they're afraid of getting beat by him."
Amir Khan plans to take care of Lamont Peterson, finish off Tim Bradley, and then climb to welterweight for potential bouts against Floyd Mayweather or Shane Mosley.