Former RING light heavyweight champion Jean Pascal was in rare form in a recent Q&A with RingTV.com, in which he revealed a new nickname for current champion Adonis Stevenson.
Having added more straps to his collection, light heavyweight titlist Sergey Kovalev’s team seems to be entertaining more options than just belts in the future.
Heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko weighed 245.82 pounds compared to 246.92 for challenger Kubrat Pulev in advance of Saturday’s fight in Hamburg, Germany.
Fans share their thoughts and questions about Sergey Kovalev’s future and championship status, undefeated super middleweight Gilberto Ramirez, the meaning of “lineal/linear” champions, mythical matchups involving Kovalev, and much more in this week’s Friday mailbag.
Unified light heavyweight titlist Sergey Kovalev isn’t just celebrating his win over Bernard Hopkins last Saturday; he’s now enjoying time with his family.
Despite what Sergey Kovalev’s promoter, Kathy Duva, believes, RING light heavyweight champion Adonis Stevenson’s promoter, Yvon Michel says he wants a Stevenson-Kovalev bout.
Ring TV.com’s resident Travelin’ Man, Lee Groves’ trip to Bethlehem, PA went off without a hitch. What’s next? Counting punches and watching Kovalev-Hopkins.
In Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook, Main Events’ Kathy Duva shares her elation in handling two televised cards on the same evening, both with definitive results.
If Golden Boy Promotions President Oscar De La Hoya has his druthers, a junior welterweight championship bout between Danny Garcia and Lamont Peterson will happen.
Say what you want about Bernard Hopkins’ entertainment quotient. As half of the light heavyweight title unification bout against Sergey Kovalev, he helped bring HBO big ratings.
After facing light heavyweight titlist Sergey Kovalev on Saturday night, Bernard Hopkins arguably showed his most sportsmanlike attitude in his loss.
Despite believing Bernard Hopkins would leave Boardwalk Hall with the win on Saturday night, Oscar De La Hoya admits Sergey Kovalev executed a perfect game plan.
Now that Sergey Kovalev has defeated Bernard Hopkins to unify three major belts at 175 pounds, it’s now time to enjoy the family whom he fights for.
Fans share their thoughts on Sergey Kovalev’s dominant decision over Bernard Hopkins, what the future might hold for both light heavyweights, what might happen should either face Adonis Stevenson, John David Jackson’s role in Kovalev’s win, and more in this week’s Monday mailbag.
Sergey Kovalev’s trainer John David Jackson discusses the game plan that enabled his fighter to neutralize the master neutralizer, Bernard Hopkins en route to a shutout decision victory. “A good jabber frustrates Bernard Hopkins every time,” Jackson told RingTV’s Bill Emes.
Unified light heavyweight titleholder Sergey Kovalev, his promoter Kathy Duva and his trainer John David Jackson answered questions from the media during the post-fight press conference following his shutout unanimous decision over Bernard Hopkins.
Bernard Hopkins praised Sergey Kovalev, Kovalev’s trainer John David Jackson and the promotion while answering media questions during the post-fight press conference. Hopkins, who was shutout over 12 rounds, said Kovalev is a candidate for fighter of the year.