Junior featherweight Guillermo Rigondeaux has been stripped of his RING championship after going almost three years without a Top 5 opponent.
After struggling at featherweight, Nonito Donaire seems to have found his footing at 122 pounds and will return on April 23.
Undefeated RING junior featherweight champion Guillermo Rigondeaux will make his British debut when he faces James Dickens in Liverpool on March 12.
After their junior featherweight unification fight, Carl Frampton and Scott Quigg both say they want to face 122-pound champion Guillermo Rigondeaux next.
Fresh off his vacant WBO 122-pound title win over Cesar Juarez, Nonito Donaire looks to face anyone available in the division in 2016.
After his win over Miguel Cotto, Canelo Alvarez is the newest RING champion and the latest addition to the magazine’s pound-for-pound list.
RING 122-pound champ Guillermo Rigondeaux is anxious to get back into the ring on Saturday’s Cotto-Canelo undercard after 11 months of inactivity.
Guillermo Rigondeaux is set to defend his RING 122-pound title against Drian Francisco on the Miguel Cotto-Canelo Alvarez undercard, according to Francisco.
Guillermo Rigondeaux’s inactivity has led the WBO to strip his title, and his former manager says the fighter and the people around him share the responsibility.
Guillermo Rigondeaux’s manager tells RingTV that talks have begun with Eddie Hearn in regard to a future Scott Quigg-Rigondeaux fight in Manchester.
The manager of Guillermo Rigondeaux says the weight issues that have stalled talks for a possible clash with Vasyl Lomachenko could still be worked out.
According to multiple sources, a deal is in the works for junior featherweight champion Guillermo Rigondeaux to face featherweight titleholder Vasyl Lomachenko.
Guillermo Rigondeux, THE RING junior featherweight champ and pound-for-pound player, could be signing with Al Haymon soon, according to the Cuban’s manager.