Former two-time 122-pound titleholder Kennedy McKinney, who turns 50 on Sunday and is almost 20 years removed from his battle with Marco Antonio Barrera, spoke to RingTV.com about the best he faced in 10 key categories.
South African Brian Mitchell competed against a myriad of quality operators as a traveling junior lightweight world titleholder in the ’80s/early ’90s. Anson Wainwright caught up with the Hall of Famer to discuss who was best.
Former featherweight titleholder Kevin Kelley, who’s journey through a who’s who of 126-pounders in the mid ’90s included a classic knockdown-fest against Naseem Hamed, talks about the best fighters he faced in 10 categories.
Never one to let others talk for him, Floyd Mayweather Jr. isn’t waiting for HBO and Showtime to begin courting the public in advance of May 2; he’s already putting out a video every day to promote himself.
Remember when Sergey Kovalev fought Bernard Hopkins and there was talk about how Kovalev’s trainer, John David Jackson, had the formula to win because he himself had fought Hopkins? Did he pick Hopkins as one of the best he faced? Mmmm…
Israel Vazquez is best known for his brutal series of fights against Rafael Marquez — four thrilling bouts that produced two consecutive Fights of the Year. Here, Vazquez rates Marquez along with the best of the rest he faced in his title-winning career.
Beloved Mexican warrior Jorge Arce left everything he had, including pints of blood, in the ring every time he fought. A candid and emotional Arce discussed where the fire came from, as well as his best opponents throughout his career.