It was a war in which bombs were launched; blood was spilled and whose participants were never the same again. Our resident historian Lee Groves remembers the breathtaking spectacle that was Diego Corrales-Jose Luis Castillo I, 10 years later.
Jose Luis Castillo graciously agreed to speak with RingTV.com about the best fighters he fought during his 80-fight career that has spanned 25 years. The former lightweight champ split every category between two fighters. (Can you guess who he selected the most?)
Ruslan Provodnikov’s mother traveled from Russia for what is both her first trip to the U.S. and the first time she will be ringside to watch her son as he battles Mike Alvarado on Saturday.
Former welterweight beltholder Joshua Clottey will return to the ring on Saturday against Dashon Johnson in Huntingtown, N.Y. Fans who attend the show also have the opportunity to watch the Floyd Mayweather-Canelo Alvarez fight on a big screen.
Saul Alvarez ended Shane Mosley’s run of 21 straight victories over rivals of Mexican descent when they fought last May, and now he is looking to for a similar, if not, more impressive result against Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. will be honored as Male Fighter of The Year by the Nevada Hall of Fame on Saturday, where the first inductees wil include Mike Tyson and Sugar Ray Leonard, as well as trainers Eddie Futch and Freddie Roach.
Mike Tyson will be inducted into the Nevada Hall of Fame on Aug. 10, along with former titleholder Mike McCallum and the late Diego Corrales.
Two years after being in the fight of his life in the boxing ring, Diego Corrales lost his life in a motorcycle accident.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. answers his fans’ questions about fighting in Europe, his preparations for his May 4 showdown with Robert Guerrero, his toughest fight so far, how he would have fought Thomas Hearns, and the final goals of his career, in a very special episode of REAL TALK.
Referee Tony Weeks will make his East Coast debut with Friday night’s Lamont Peterson-Kendall Holt fight at The D.C. Armory in Washington, D.C.
Micky Ward on referee Pat Russell’s stoppage of Brandon Rios-Mike Alvarado: “You’d rather be a punch too early than a punch too late, so I think that the referee did a good job of stopping it.”