Fernando Guerrero faces Caleb Truax in the middleweight main event of PBC’s “The Next Round” on Bounce TV on Sept. 18 in Winter Park, Florida.
Dominic Wade won a split decision over Sam Soliman on Friday in the main event of a ShoBox: The New Generation from Little Creek Casino in Shelton, Washington.
Photos from ESPN’s “Friday Night Fights,” which featured a pair of knockouts by heavy-handed Detroit native Tony Harrison and Ukrainian Olympian Ievgen Khytrov.
Sergio Mora kept his middleweight title dream alive with a 12-round split decision victory over Abraham Han on Friday in Biloxi, Mississippi. Mora withstood a late charge from Han and got up from a 10th-round knockdown to win by scores of 115-112, 114-113, 112-115.
Rances Barthelemy clearly outhustled Argenis Mendez in nearly every round of their rematch for the IBF junior lightweight title on Thursday in Miami, earning a unanimous decision win by scores of 115-111 three times.
Erickson Lubin faces Noe Bolanos, a veteran of 35 pro bouts, on Thursday in a Fox Sports 1-televised bout from Miami, Fla. It will be the first scheduled eight-round bout for Lubin, who only has five pro bouts, but the 18-year-old prospect is the favorite. Find out why in New Faces.
Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook brings us details on how you can view the upcoming Saul Alvarez-Erislandy Lara bout in movie theaters on July 12 and much more.
Veteran Roberto Garcia scored a split-decision over Norberto Gonzalez in the 10-round middleweight main event of a Friday Night Fights card at the UIC Pavilion in Chicago. Garcia, a late substitute, won by scores of 96-93, 95-94, and 94-95.
According to trainer Robert Garcia, first-time welterweight Brandon Rios is looking good ahead of his Nov. 23 bout with Manny Pacquiao, exhibiting knockout power and better speed in his sparring sessions.
Mike Tyson’s signing of U.S. amateur standout Erickson Lubin to his new promotional company, Iron Mike Productions, caught the ire of the USA Boxing program, which has struggled during the last two decades. Did Tyson do anything wrong? Mike Coppinger doesn’t think so.