Holly Holm had her “Buster Douglas moment” upsetting Ronda Rousey to win the UFC bantamweight title but the former boxer’s victory belongs to her, not boxing.
The second edition of PBC on ESPN series, headlined by Danny García-Paulie Malignaggi on Aug. 1, delivered the largest boxing audience on ESPN since 1998.
Jay-Z’s Roc Nation Sports and Fox Sports 1 have reached a three-fight agreement for a televised series called “Throne Boxing,” with the first show to feature welterweight Dusty Hernandez-Harrison against Tommy Rainone on Jan. 9.
Russian light heavyweight Sergey Kovalev says he’ll be fully loaded with “bullets” for his showdown with Bernard Hopkins to decide who will leave Atlantic City with three belts around his waist on Nov. 8.
It was a dead week but Billy Dib’s move to 130 did open up a spot at featherweight, which was filled by Filipino contender Marvin Sonsona.
Undefeated super middleweight star Joe Calzaghe and Richard Steele, third man in the ring for some of modern boxing’s most historic bouts, in this installment of RING correspondent Bernard Fernandez’s blog from Canastota.
Fans watched as Oscar De La Hoya’s fists were immortalized in plaster during the 2014 International Boxing Hall of Fame Induction Weekend. Photos by Alex Menendez/Hoganphotos-Golden Boy Promotions.
Author Brin-Jonathan Butler chronicles Guillermo Rigondeaux’s story, from outcast amateur star to outcast world champion, and examines the consequences faced by those who leave Cuba and those who choose to stay.
Naoki Fukuda, whose work is regularly shown on RingTV.com and in the pages of THE RING Magazine, won first place at the Boxing Writers Associtaion of America photo contest, which took place at the BWAA’s annual awards dinner
Showtime will air the second episode of ‘All-Access: Canelo Vs. Angluo’ tonight on at 10 p.m. ET/PT in advance of the pay-per-view clash between former RING 154-pound champion Canelo Alvarez and junior middleweight contender Alfredo Angulo on March 8.
Twenty-four boxing insiders give their picks as super middleweight Bryan Vera tries again to beat Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (who will try again to make weight), this time in San Antonio when the two meet for Saturday’s rematch of Chavez’s unpopular UD win last September.