Floyd Mayweather Jr.

RingTv image Video: Tim Bradley exclusive interview

Video: Tim Bradley exclusive interview

Tim Bradley spoke to RingTV about his June 27 fight with Jessie Vargas, how he could cause Floyd Mayweather Jr. problems and other subjects in this exclusive interview.

RingTv image Bob Arum willing to be part of a Mayweather-Pacquiao rematch

Bob Arum willing to be part of a Mayweather-Pacquiao rematch

Bob Arum had a lot of complaints about the way the promotion for Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Manny Pacquiao event was handled by Mayweather’s side, but would the 83-year-old hall of fame promoter be against staging an immediate rematch between Mayweather and the star of his Top Rank stable? Of course not.

RingTv image Lou DiBella strikes back

Lou DiBella strikes back

Promoter Lou DiBella has heard it all, has seen all the internet memes about his fighter, former RING middleweight champion Sergio Martinez. And now, it’s time to strike back at those who might just be a little misinformed.

RingTv image Dougie’s Monday mailbag

Dougie’s Monday mailbag

In this week’s Monday mailbag, fans from both sides of The Pond share their thoughts on Kell Brook’s domination of Frankie Gavin, Amir Khan’s tough outing against Chris Algieri, Lee Selby’s title win against Evgeny Gradovich, Anthony Joshua’s demolition of Kevin Johnson and what might be next for the weekend’s winners. Enjoy!

RingTv image Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Manny Pacquiao PPV does 4.4 million U.S. buys

Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Manny Pacquiao PPV does 4.4 million U.S. buys

The May 2 Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Manny Pacquiao fight shattered the previous record for total pay-per-view buys and now ranks as the highest-grossing pay-per-view of all time by generating more than 4.4 million U.S. buys and more than $400 million in domestic pay-per-view revenue alone, according to a press release from HBO, which co-broadcasted the event with the Showtime cable network.

RingTv image Is Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s crossover appeal finished?

Is Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s crossover appeal finished?

The Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Manny Pacquiao pay-per-view event will generate record-breaking numbers, but given the disappointing nature of the fight, will the masses pay to see Mayweather in record numbers again? BWAA President Joseph Santoliquito posed this question to Larry Merchant, Max Kellerman and New York Daily News sports columnist Mike Lupica, among others.

RingTv image Best I’ve faced: Jose Luis Castillo

Best I’ve faced: Jose Luis Castillo

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?)

RingTv image Dougie’s Monday #MayPac Mailbag

Dougie’s Monday #MayPac Mailbag

Fans shared their thoughts (mostly disappointment) on the Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Manny Pacquiao mega-dud, complained about Mayweather’s style and Pacquiao’s lack of grace after losing, and asked Dougie to give his opinions on the fight, its impact on the sport and what might be next for the two future hall of famers in this week’s Monday mailbag. Enjoy!

RingTv image Commentary: Floyd Mayweather Jr., ‘the Bad Guy,’ wins again

Commentary: Floyd Mayweather Jr., ‘the Bad Guy,’ wins again

The majority of people who witnessed Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s cunning application of the sweet science to clearly outpoint Manny Pacquiao on Saturday are upset the mega-event failed to live up to their expectations. But if you bought the PPV expecting to see fireworks, you were a casualty of hype, writes RingTV.com contributor Andreas Hale, and shame on you for being sucked into it.