Freddie Roach

RingTv image Freddie Roach still recovering from Mayweather-Pacquiao grind

Freddie Roach still recovering from Mayweather-Pacquiao grind

Freddie Roach admits that he hasn’t fully recovered from the exhaustive grind of the Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Manny Pacquiao event. Roach was in New York City on Tuesday to take part in the Miguel Cotto-Daniel Geale press conference, put together by Roc Nation, ahead of the Saturday night scrap at Barclays Center.

RingTv image Miguel Cotto unapologetic about catchweight for Daniel Geale

Miguel Cotto unapologetic about catchweight for Daniel Geale

RING/WBC middleweight champ Miguel Cotto was asked time and again about the 157-pound catchweight clause for his Saturday title defense against Daniel Geale during their final press conference in Manhattan on Tuesday. The 34-year-old Puerto Rican star calmly told the boxing press to get over it.

RingTv image Dougie’s Friday mailbag

Dougie’s Friday mailbag

In this week’s Friday mailbag, fans share thoughts on tomorrow’s quadrupleheader in London featuring Kell Brook-Frankie Gavin, Jorge Linares-Kevin Mitchell, Evgeny Gradovich-Lee Selby and Anthony Joshua-Kevin Johnson, plus all-British mythical matchups, love for Nigel Benn, questions about Freddie Roach, Alexander Povetkin and Chris Algieri, and much more. Enjoy!

RingTv image Photo gallery: Manny Pacquiao training

Photo gallery: Manny Pacquiao training

Photos from two days of training during the week before fight week — Manny Pacquiao downstairs at the Wild Card getting ready for the Big One on May 2, when he’ll meet Floyd Mayweather Jr. in Las Vegas. Photographer: Chris Farina/Top Rank.

RingTv image Photo gallery: PacMan meets Rocky

Photo gallery: PacMan meets Rocky

Sylvester Stallone knows boxing drama but can only stand by and watch the real thing like the rest of us, and did so as he dropped by the Wild Card to watch Manny Pacquiao as he prepares to meet Floyd Mayweather Jr. on May 2.

RingTv image Is the chilled-out Floyd Mayweather Jr. for promotion or for real?

Is the chilled-out Floyd Mayweather Jr. for promotion or for real?

With the Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Manny Pacquiao showdown less than a month away, veteran boxing writer Michael Woods wonders if the quiet version of Mayweather Jr. is just part of the promotion or a sign that the often-troubled superstar has matured. Freddie Roach isn’t buying it but wishes Mayweather were a better role model.

RingTv image Freddie Roach: Manny Pacquiao mentally dialed in for Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Freddie Roach: Manny Pacquiao mentally dialed in for Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Freddie Roach and Manny Pacquiao had their first day of camp together at Wild Card Boxing Club in Hollywood, California, on Monday. The two have eight weeks to prepare for the biggest fight in decades, Pacquiao’s May 2 showdown with Floyd Mayweather Jr. Roach told RingTV.com’s Michael Woods that Pacquiao is physically and mentally dialed in for the big challenge.