Terence Crawford’s trainer, Brian McIntryre, says his fighter, who is scheduled to return on Oct. 24, could face Manny Pacquiao in March or April of 2016.
David Lemieux dropped Hassan N’Dam four times en route to a decision victory to earn the IBF middleweight title and stamp himself as a major player in the division.
David Lemieux and Hassan N’Dam made weight for their IBF middleweight title bout on Saturday in Montreal. Lemieux weighed 160 pounds; N’Dam weighed 158.6.
Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook brings us details on this weekend’s Televisa card from Cancun, Mexico, headlined by former three-division titlist Cristian Mijares.
Underdog Chris Algieri’s inspirational effort in outworking Ruslan Provodnikov to earn the WBO 140-pound title on Saturday shook up THE RING’s junior welterweight rankings.
Showtime’s entertaining Lamont Peterson-Dierry Jean/Jermell Charlo-Gabriel Rosado doubleheader will be replayed on Tuesday, Jan. 28, at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on Showtime Extreme.
Lamont Peterson proved he’s got a lot left in his tank and still a major player in the 140-pound division with his spirited decision victory over Dierry Jean on Saturday. Peterson, the IBF titleholder, would like a shot at RING champ Danny Garcia.
Lamont Peterson rebounded from a KO loss in his last bout and retained his IBF 140-pound title by outworking and outfighting undefeated challenger Dierry Jean to a unanimous decision victory in the main event of a Showtime Championship Boxing telecast from Washington, D.C., on Saturday.
Lamont Peterson is no stranger to comeback attempts. The IBF junior welterweight champion begins another one when he fights Dierry Jean on Saturday.
IBF junior welterweight titleholder Lamont Peterson and challenger Dierry Jean weighed in for Saturday’s matchup in Washington, D.C. Photos by Delane Rouse/Hoganphotos – Golden Boy Promotions.
Lamont Peterson was reserved and philosophical during the final presser for his showdown with Dierry Jean on Saturday but the veteran was also confident that he will keep his IBF 140-pound title despite suffering a KO loss in his last bout. Jean predicts a stoppage victory.
RingTV.com sought the opinions of 18 boxing insiders as to their thoughts on who will win Saturday’s Lamont Peterson-Dierry Jean junior welterweight title bout and why. The fight will air live on Showtime from Peterson’s native Washington, D.C.
Junior welterweight beltholder Lamont Peterson says Dierry Jean will find out what it’s like to face a “top level” veteran when he defends his IBF belt against the unbeaten challenger on Saturday on Showtime.
IBF junior welterweight titleholder Lamont Peterson will try to rebound from a third-round stoppage loss to Lucas Matthysse against Dierry Jean on Jan. 25 at The D.C. Armory.
Former undisputed middleweight champion Jermain Taylor ended a 14-month ring absence with Saturday night’s seventh-round technical knockout of Juan Carlos Candelo.