Fans share their thoughts on Floyd Mayweather’s final bouts and the acceptance of his “clinical” style, Alfredo Angulo’s future, the James Kirkland-Gabriel Rosado fight, the Freddie Roach-Lucian Bute team-up, Nonito Donaire, and more in this week’s Friday mailbag. Enjoy!
In Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook, we learn that Bob Arum and Oscar De La Hoya will both be featured on HBO’s “The Fight Game with Jim Lampley” tonight.
James De La Rosa turned in a breakthrough performance by defeating former junior middleweight contender Alfredo Angulo by a unanimous decision in a 10-round middleweight fight on the Floyd Maywewather Jr.-Marcos Maidana card Saturday in Las Vegas.
Trainer Virgil Hunter says Alfredo Angulo will look more energetic in Saturday’s Mayweather-Maidana undercard bout against James De La Rosa than he did against Canelo Alvarez in March. Hunter says his fighter wants to prove that the Alvarez performance was an aberration.
The limos rolled up on Tuesday at the MGM Grand to deliver Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Marcos Maidana for their second go-around in Las Vegas. Photos by Naoki Fukuda.
Marcos Maidana may not be Mexican but some of his most famous supporters are. And they offered their opinions on “Chino” in the build-up to “Mayhem.”
In his return to the ring on September 13 on the undercard of Floyd Mayweather-Marcos Maidana II, Alfredo Angulo promises we will all see a brand-new “dog” against James De La Rosa.
WBC 122-pound titleholder Leo Santa Cruz and former 154-pound contender Alfredo Angulo spoke to the media about their upcoming bouts on the pay-per-view undercard of the Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Marcos Maidana rematch, and what might be next. Santa Cruz says he’s aiming for RING champ Guillermo Rigondeaux.
On Sept. 13, Alfredo Angulo makes his return to the ring, this time at 162 pounds, in hopes of a career resurgence at middleweight.
With the recent marketing shift that Mayweather Promotions has taken in touting Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s September 13 rematch with Marcos Maidana, the undercard sees a Latino-heavy roster of fights.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. officially announced the four pay-per-view undercard bouts for his Sept. 13 rematch with Marcos Maidana on his Twitter account on Thursday. Leo Santa Cruz-Manuel Roman, Miguel Vazquez-Mickey Bey, Alfredo Angulo-James De La Rosa, and John Molina Jr.-Humberto Soto.
In Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook, we get the details on Showtime’s newest “All Access” series: Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Marcos Maidana II
Fans from around the world share their thoughts on Canelo Alvarez’s controversial split-decision victory over Erislandy Lara, and give their two cents on how they scored the fight and what might be next for both junior middleweight contenders in this week’s Monday mailbag.
In Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook, we get the full rundown on what to expect this Saturday in a stacked card supporting the junior middleweight main event between Saul Alvarez and Erislandy Lara.
Canelo Alvarez vowed to silence what he considers to be a trash-talking Erislandy Lara when they meet on July 12 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. The Mexican star also weighed in on the potential Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Marcos Maidana rematch, hoping it’s not as dirty as the first bout.
Like any good student, junior middleweight Saul Alvarez has learned from his past wins and sole loss to Floyd Mayweather and plans putting his lessons to good use against Erislandy Lara on July 12.
Avoided junior middleweight standout Erislandy Lara challenged popular former champ Canelo Alvarez and – to his surprise – he got the fight. The two top 154-pound contenders will meet in a non-title bout on Showtime PPV on July 12.
Alfredo Angulo said that he was “embarrassed” by his stoppage loss to Canelo Alvarez in the Epilogue episode of All Access: Canelo vs. Angulo, which airs tonight after Showtime Championship Boxing.