IBF junior middleweight titleholder Cornelius Bundrage on his separation from manager Manny Steward: “It’s just time to move on. So I’m putting it out there that I need a new manager, a new promoter, and that I need to be with somebody that’s going to help me to get the big fights.”
Hard-hitting IBF welterweight titleholder Randall Bailey calls Devon Alexander “a full-blown midget,” adding Tim Bradley “doesn’t want a part of fighting me — not even in his wildest dreams.”
Manny Pacquiao’s trainer, Freddie Roach, believes the fighter’s marital troubles might have factored in to his sub-par performance against Juan Manuel Marquez in November.
Could WBC 154-pound titleholder Saul Alvarez face former two-time welterweight beltholder Paul Williams, THE RING’s No. 8-rated junior middleweight contender, on Sept. 15?
Jermain Taylor’s resume includes 12 major titleholders over the course of his past 14 bouts, including two victories over future hall of famer Bernard Hopkins.
Junior middleweight titleholder Austin Trout hopes to deliver a career-defining performance in defense of his WBA “regular” belt against top-10 contender Delvin Rodriguez on June 2.
“God has given me my skills back,” says Zab Judah, who believes himself ready to challenge the winner of Lamont Peterson vs. Amir Khan, or Danny Garcia, who recently beat Erik Morales for the WBC junior welterweight title.
Former junior middleweight title challenger Deandre Latimore, who fights in the opening bout of this week’s ShoBox: The New Generation, says that he owes his new attitude to sparring sessions with Floyd Mayweather Jr.