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 get the details on WBC lightweight titlist Omar Figueroa possibly moving to the junior welterweight division.
Jerry Belmontes looks to rebound from his split-decision loss to WBC lightweight beltholder Omar Figueroa Jr. by beating Abner Cotto in their crossroads bout in Corpus Christi, Texas, on Thursday. The bout tops a “Golden Boy Live!” telecast on Fox Sports 1.
Alternating from orthodox to southpaw, junior welterweight Frankie Gomez controlled Vernon Paris throughout the evening for a 10-round shutout on Friday’s “Golden Boy Live!” main event.
In Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook, we learn that no challenger above or below middleweight is under WBA titlist Gennady Golovkin’s radar.
Has junior welterweight Vernon Paris found himself at last? With a new team in tow, the “Iceman” will answer this question Friday night on “Golden Boy Live!”
Boxing fans in Southern California will have many options on where to catch a fight card on Friday night. Golden Boy Promotions has a “Golden Boy Live!” show in Indio, Thompson Boxing presents a “Locked ‘N Loaded” card in Onatrio, and Bobby D. Presents has a show in San Diego.
Lightweight prospect Mercito Gesta stopped veteran Luis Arceo after Round 7 on Friday at Longshoreman’s Hall in San Francisco, Calif. The bout topped a “Golden Boy Live!” telecast that included the debut of Chinese heavyweight Taishan Dong.
In Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook, we get more build-up for the upcoming Gennady Golovkin-Daniel Geale middleweight title clash on July 26.
Action shots from Las Vegas, where Alfonso Gomez and Joseph Diaz both won by unanimous decisions over their respective opponents, Ed Paredes and Ramiro Robles, and Diego De La Hoya won by a fifth-round TKO of Miguel Tamayo. Photos by Naoki Fukuda.
Ed Paredes and Alfonso Gomez weighed 150 and 150.2 pounds, respectively, on Tuesday in advance of tonight’s “Golden Boy Live!” junior middleweight bout in Las Vegas.
Junior featherweight Joseph Diaz Jr. has heard the declaration by fellow 122-pound prospect Diego De La Hoya that he already envisions eventual bouts against him and WBC beltholder Leo Santa Cruz, but he remains focused on his Wednesday bout against Ramiro Robles.
Alfonso Gomez says he’s fought better opposition than fellow junior middleweight Ed Paredes, who he will face on Wednesday at The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino as the Fox Sports 1/Fox Deportes “Golden Boy Live!” series returns to Las Vegas.
Ed Paredes is looking at his career in a positive light after signing with Golden Boy Promotions last year and plans on showing the company it made the right decision with a win over comebacking Alfonso Gomez on July 9.