Ageless Hall of Fame ring announcer Michael Buffer will be profiled on HBO’s debut series “Cornered” on March 5.
Washington, D.C.’s Charlie Brotman served as a publicist for Sugar Ray Leonard, and will, yet again, preside over the Inaugural Parade when President Barack Obama is sworn in on Jan. 21.
Unbeaten welterweight Dusty Harrison has entered into an agreement with Washington-based attorney Jeff Fried to handle his budding career.
Austin Trout on his fight with Miguel Cotto: “I’m looking at this as my golden opportunity. He’s had his time and done great things with it, but it’s my time now. I’ll be damned if I let this opportunity slip away from me.”
Brooklyn’s Paulie Malignaggi is part of a championship legacy that includes Mike Tyson, Riddick Bowe, Michael Moorer, Eddie Mustafa Muhammad and Zab Judah.
Recent Hall of Fame electees Freddie Roach, Mark “Too Sharp” Johnson and ring announcer Michael Buffer will be on hand for Saturday’s Amir Khan-Lamont Peterson fight.
After landing in Washington, D.C., Amir Khan hopes to land his 27th career victory over Lamont Peterson on Saturday.
Of his choice to stand toe-to-toe with Jan Zaveck, Andre Berto said, ‘I wanted to come back and put on an exciting performance for the fans.’