With four top-10 welterweights in action this weekend, the results could determine who will be next in the ring with Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Plagued by one setback after another in his professional career, former welterweight titlist Victor Ortiz insists he has an epic resurgence ahead, starting with Manuel Perez this Saturday.
On Dec. 13, Devon Alexander will face Amir Khan in a contest of former titlists. But the road to the Showtime quadrupleheader began long ago in sheer uncertainty.
In Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook, Amir Khan reveals how he first felt walking into a boxing gym as a child. The welterweight will face Devon Alexander on Dec. 13.
In the interest of making the best fights possible, Golden Boy Promotions President Oscar De La Hoya says he’s planning to discuss these possibilities with advisor Al Haymon.
Abner Mares and Jermall Charlo have been added to a Showtime-televised quadrupleheader on Dec. 13 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Golden Boy Promotions president Oscar De La Hoya announced on Tuesday.
Former U.S. Olympian Errol Spence Jr. will return to the ring on Dec. 13 against an opponent to be determined.
With hopes of ultimately facing RING welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather Jr., undefeated Keith Thurman is looking to others in THE RING’s 147-pound ratings as future challenges.
Though Abner Mares doesn’t know who he’ll face just yet on Dec. 13, he knows for sure that he wants to fight 122-pound titlist Leo Santa Cruz in 2015.
Welterweight Keith Thurman’s confidence is sky-high but the undefeated contender also seems to retain his humility in the process. He faces Leonard Bundu on Dec. 13.
Amir Khan and Devon Alexander may have been too focused on Floyd Mayweather Jr. last year. Khan avoided other fights, including one with Alexander, in hopes of getting Mayweather; while Alexander overlooked Shawn Porter. However, both Khan and Alexander are 100 percent focused on their Dec. 13 showdown.
Former two-division titlist Devon Alexander will face former 140-pound beltholder Amir Khan on Dec. 13 and isn’t just predicting a win; he says he can stop Khan.
Should Amir Khan emerge with a win against Devon Alexander on Dec. 13 and earn a shot at Floyd Mayweather Jr., his former trainer, Freddie Roach, believes the talented British star has a solid shot at beating the pound-for-pound king.
The Amir Khan-Devon Alexander topped Showtime trippleheader was officially announced by Golden Boy Promotions, which added former titleholders Abner Mares and Victor Ortiz to the stacked Dec. 13 show at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.
Welterweight contender Keith Thurman intends to keep his undefeated streak intact at the expense of Leonard Bundu’s zero on Dec. 13.