Heavyweight prospect Dominic Breazeale scored an unpopular decision over cagey Fred Kassi in the co-feature to Wilder-Duhaupas on Saturday in Alabama.
Former USC football standout Gerald Washington will take on veteran heavyweight Nagy Aguilera in the co-feature of a “Golden Boy Live!” telecast airing on Fox Sports 1on Friday. The undefeated prospect wants to prove that he can box as well as he played football.
In Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook, we learn that Al Haymon’s signing spree continues with Abner Mares and Andrzej Fonfara becoming the enigmatic advisor’s latest signees.
Added to the June 21 Showtime tripleheader headlined by Robert Guerrero vs. Yoshihiro Kamegai, former light heavyweight champion Chad Dawson returns after a year’s absence.
Heavyweight Luis Ortiz dominated Monte Barrett through three-plus rounds before stopping the veteran in Round 4 at Fantasy Springs Casino in Indio, Calif., on Thursday. Fellow heavyweights, Dominic Breazeale and Gerald Washington, also scored wins on the card.
Unbeaten heavyweight Gerald Washington will face once-beaten Skipp Scott on Thursday at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, Calif. Washington co-headlines the show with Cuban heavyweight standout Luis Ortiz.
Featherweight prospect Julian Ramirez and heavyweight Olympian Dominic Breazeale are on the recently announced undercard of the Jan. 24 Golden Boy Live! show in Indio, Calif. Ramirez faces Derrick Wilson in the co-feature of the Fox Sports 1 telecast.
Unbeaten Cuban heavyweight Luis Ortiz has signed a co-promotional deal with Golden Boy Promotions and Dade Promotions.
During the Saturday debut of All-Access: Mayweather-Canelo on Showtime, Floyd Mayweather claims that Canelo Alvarez mimics his style. Alvarez, meanwhile, reveals that he was called “freckles” and “cheese head,” by other children growing up in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Manny Pacquiao and arch-rival Juan Manuel Marquez once sang “La Bamba” during a duet on Mexican television during the promotion leading up to their third fight.
Gary Russell, Oscar De La Hoya, Andre Ward, Howard Davis and Antonio Tarver are among the former Olympians who reflected on their professional debuts.