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RingTv image Video: Zab Judah: “(Malignaggi) had a better game plan”

Video: Zab Judah: “(Malignaggi) had a better game plan”

A disappointed Zab Judah spoke to the media after losing a one-sided decision to Paul Malignaggi. “He had a better game plan,” said the former 140- and 147-pound champ. “I couldn’t close the distance. His timing and movement was good.” Judah, 36, says he will continue his long career and stay at welterweight.

RingTv image Video: Judah-Malignaggi press conference

Video: Judah-Malignaggi press conference

Paul Malignaggi had only respect for his Dec. 7 opponent, Zab Judah, who reciprocated the props, at the kick-off presser for their Showtime main event at Barclays Center in their native Brooklyn. But Paulie had some choice words for the boxing media.

RingTv image Video: Malignaggi holds court with New York boxing media

Video: Malignaggi holds court with New York boxing media

Paul Malignaggi spoke to the NYC sports press about his Dec. 7 showdown with Zab Judah at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, contemplating retirement, plans to sign with Al Haymon, boxing politics and media, and more after the recent press conference for the Judah fight.

RingTv image Herring is home at last following world tour

Herring is home at last following world tour

Lightweight prospect Jamel Herring, who opens up the Paul Malignaggi-Adrien Broner card at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., is expecting a great deal of family and friends to make the trip from his hometown of Coram on New York’s Long Island to witness his first pro bout on home turf.

RingTv image Video: Malignaggi rips Broner after Garcia-Judah

Video: Malignaggi rips Broner after Garcia-Judah

Paul Malignaggi told RingTV.com’s Bill Emes that he will test the character and skills of Adrien Broner when he defends his WBA welterweight title against the WBC lightweight beltholder on June 22 at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center.

RingTv image Video: Danny Garcia post-fight interview

Video: Danny Garcia post-fight interview

Danny Garcia gave Zab Judah respect for giving him a tough fight, calling the former champ “a warrior” after scoring a close unanimous decision over the veteran. Garcia, the RING jr. welterweight champ, says he’ll fight once more at 140 pounds before moving to welterweight.

RingTv image Video: Zab Judah post-fight presser

Video: Zab Judah post-fight presser

Zab Judah spoke to the media after extending 140-pound champ Danny Garcia 12 rounds in a losing, but competitive effort. Judah gave Garcia respect. Oscar De La Hoya said Judah “is in the mix” at 140 pounds and could fight Golden Boy’s other junior welterweight standouts.

RingTv image Video: Danny Garcia post-fight presser

Video: Danny Garcia post-fight presser

RING/WBC/WBA 140-pound champ Danny Garcia and his father-trainer Angel Garcia answered the media’s questions about his hard-fought unanimous decision over Zab Judah at the post-fight press conference.