Antonio Tarver has won numerous amateur and pro world titles while taking on the best fighters of his generation but the 43-year-old veteran says he still has goals to accomplish in the sport — starting with beating Lateef Kayode on Saturday.
Former light heavyweight champ Antonio Tarver tells RingTV’s Dominic Verdin that fans will witness “a hell of a fight” when he takes on undefeated Lateef Kayode in the main event of Showtime’s “Four Warned” quadrupleheader in Carson, Calif., on June 2.
Austin Trout: “I want to take the doubt out of people’s hearts of what type of champion I am. I have no doubt that I’m where I’m supposed to be. I have no doubt that, after my fight against Delvin Rodriguez, that I’ll be bigger than where I’m at now.”
Newly-crowned RING and WBC light heavyweight champion, Chad Dawson and dethroned Bernard Hopkins demonstrated respect for each other after Saturday night’s grueling affair.
“Bad” Chad Dawson hopes to win Saturday’s rematch and take the RING and WBC light heavyweight championships owned by “Mad” Bernard Hopkins.
An animated Antonio Tarver discussed the transition from Showtime commentator to fighter, his June 2 fight with Lateef Kayode, and plans to unify cruiserweight titles and challenge Wladimir Klitschko at the recent “Four Warned” press conference.
An agitated and animated Lateef Kayode told RingTV why he wants to fight – and defeat – Antonio Tarver so badly. The undefeated cruiserweight will face the former champ (and Showtime commentator) in the main event of the June 2 “Four Warned” card.
Showtime’s rare quadrupleheader headlined by the Antonio Tarver-Lateef Kayode cruiserweight fight at the Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif., on June 2 features four unbeaten fighters vying for respect against more-experienced veterans.
Bernard Hopkins: “I believe I am the most underrated fighter who has walked on the planet earth. I believe that I’m the most underrated fighter that has ever laced a pair of gloves on.”
Southpaw Austin Trout will defend his WBA junior middleweight belt against Delvin Rodriguez on the undercard of a Showtime-televised quadruple-header on June 2.
Lateef Kayode’s cruiserweight bout with former light heavyweight titleholder Antonio Tarver is to headline a Showtime-televised, quadruple-header from the Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif., on June 2.
Undefeated cruiserweight contender Lateef Kayode has his eyes, and his ire, focused on former light heeavyweight champ and fellow 200-pound contender Antonio Tarver.
Lucian Bute and Glen Johnson are both friends and familiar foes, having sparred for nearly 100 rounds two years ago in preparation for separate title bouts.