Comeback win number two for Antonio Margarito but, again, the former welterweight titleholder was made to work hard for a decision victory.
After two surgical procedures due to optical damage in losses to Miguel Cotto and Manny Pacquiao, is Antonio Margarito putting his right eye at risk again?
Paul Williams is returning to the sport as a trainer when he guides Justin DeLoach against Dillon Cook on a Showtime ShowBox telecast.
Antonio Margarito, in the ring for the first time in four years, had to rise from a knockdown to beat Jorge Paez Jr. by decision in Mexico.
Antonio Margarito’s first fight in more than four years could lead to a future fight on PPV at AT&T Stadium in Texas, says promoter Bob Arum.
This is the fifth in a five-part series on the Inspector General of the State of New York’s investigation of the NYSAC. This installment: political pressure.
Miguel Cotto and Canelo Alvarez have been incredibly successful in their respective careers. Editor-in-chief Michael Rosenthal reviews their notable victories.
Fans share their thoughts on a variety of subjects — including the fear of an Al Haymon-run sport, missing Antonio Margarito, the Garcia-Peterson catchweight, the hateful back-and-forth between Mayweather/Pacquiao fans in the Disqus comments section, and mythical matchups — in this week’s extra-long Monday mailbag.
Read training blogs, provided by HBO and other sources, from RING/WBC middleweight champ Sergio Martinez, Miguel Cotto, IBF super middleweight titleholder Carl Froch and George Groves in advance of their fights.
In Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook, David Lemieux and Fernando Guerrero both pledge victory on Saturday, only Lemieux expects bombs to be thrown from both fighters.
Paul Williams, who receives the BWAA’s Bill Crawford Award for “Courage in Overcoming Adversity” at the association’s annual dinner on Thursday in Las Vegas, recalls his memorable bouts with Sergio Martinez, Antonio Margarito and Winky Wright, among others.
The United States Court of Appeal for The Fifth Circuit has dismissed a $1 million lawsuit that was filed by Imperial ED against Manny Pacquiao. The suit was described as “frivolous” by the fighter’s advisor, Michael Koncz.
Golden Boy’s Dec. 7 and Dec. 14 shows will feature what Richard Schaefer calls “the best fights that you can make at 147,” including Adrien Broner-Marcos Maidana, Devon Alexander-Shawn Porter, Keith Thurman-Jesus Soto Karass, and Paulie Malignaggi-Zab Judah.