The world finally got in on the Roman Gonzalez secret with his knockout of Edgar Sosa on the Golovkin-Monroe card in May, so the question now is when we will see him in action again.
Jose Zepeda enters the lions den on July 11, when he fights far from his La Puente, Calif. home against local favorite Terry Flanagan in Manchester, England for the vacant WBO lightweight title.
Kell Brook’s defense of his IBF welterweight title this Saturday will be the latest all-British (England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales) world-title fight in the modern era, going back to 1980 when Jim Watt faced Charlie Nash.
On Saturday afternoon, James DeGale will face Andre Dirrell for the vacant IBF super middleweight title on NBC. Read on for the predictions of 12 boxing experts polled by RingTV.com.
Not only will we see flyweight action on HBO this Saturday, we’re going to get it in high gear as RING champion Roman Gonzalez defends against former 108-pound titlist Edgar Sosa. Our own Anson Wainwright sat down with “Chocolatito” to get his thoughts on a huge opportunity.
HBO executive Peter Nelson is echoing the sentiments of what many true fight fans have been insisting for years: It’s time to hail the little guys. And RING flyweight champion Roman Gonzalez leads the pack.
Despite rumors of retirement from the side of former super middleweight titlist Carl Froch, can former undisputed middleweight champion Bernard Hopkins help make one last, big fight for both of them?
Jose Luis Castillo graciously agreed to speak with RingTV.com about the best fighters he fought during his 80-fight career that has spanned 25 years. The former lightweight champ split every category between two fighters. (Can you guess who he selected the most?)
Unbeaten prospect Manuel Avila ends a near nine-month hiatus against Erik Ruiz on Thursday in the main event of an LA Fight Club show at the Belasco Theater in Los Angeles. Fox Sports 1 and Fox Deportes will televise the fight. Learn more about the Northern California junior featherweight in this week’s New Faces.
For this round we’ve got nine expert picks and one guy who can’t make up his mind (looking at you, GGG) about what will happen between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao on Saturday.
With potentially the biggest fight in recent memory nearly upon us, WBO welterweight titlist Manny Pacquiao reflects on the importance of facing RING champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. this Saturday.