Amir Khan believes he can bring Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s career to an inglorious end, by inflicting a first defeat on the American superstar. The British welterweight contender also says Manny Pacquiao is a potential opponent but he first must face Chris Algieri on May 29.
Former heavyweight and cruiserweight titleholder David Haye admits he may have to act in a supporting role to re-launch his career as an elite boxer.
Andre Ward has told Carl Froch to start answering his phone if he is serious about facing him in the U.K. this summer for the WBA super middleweight title.
Though he says he has bigger fish to fry against Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao first, Amir Khan insists he wants to challenge IBF welterweight titlist in an all-British clash.
Kell Brook easily swept aside Jo Jo Dan in Sheffield, England, on Saturday, and reiterated his challenge to Amir Khan to face him in a highly-anticipated all-British summer blockbuster.
Kell Brook’s first fight back since being attacked by a machete-wieding psycho in the Canary Islands will be shown in America on March 28 on Showtime, which also broadcast Brook’s IBF title-winning performance against Shawn Porter.
Rising English junior welterweight Bradley Saunders will face compatriot and Commonwealth titleholder Dave Ryan at the Metro Arena in Newcastle on April 4.
Romanian heavyweight Christian Hammer insists he has the weapons and power to become the first man to defeat British contender Tyson Fury when they meet this Saturday, at the O2 Arena in London, England.
Richar Abril’s WBA lightweight title defense against Englishman Derry Mathews next month is off due to the Cuban holder suffering from a virus.
British super middleweight contender George Groves insists he is prepared to wait for his mandatory WBC title shot rather than face long-time domestic rival James DeGale for the vacant IBF belt. The WBC title is held by Anthony Dirrell, who was granted a voluntary defense by the organization.
English super middleweight contender James DeGale will fight for the IBF title, most likely on April 25 at the O2 Arena in London, after his countryman, Carl Froch, finally vacated the belt on Tuesday.
Carl Froch is expected to vacate his IBF super middleweight title this week, leaving the way clear for mandatory challenger James DeGale to fight for the belt in late spring. DeGale’s promoter Eddie Hearn proposed a rematch with George Groves for the IBF title, which prompted a social media exchange between the two.
IBF junior featherweight titleholder Carl Frampton’s defense against Chris Avalos, in Belfast, Northern Ireland on Feb. 28, will be shown live in the UK by free-to-air channel, ITV, which is expected to attract an armchair audience of at least 5 million, possibly more.
An elbow injury has forced IBF super middleweight titleholder Carl Froch to abandon hopes for a March showdown with Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., with his next fight now likely to be in early summer.
British lightweight contender Derry Mathews is banking on home advantage giving him the edge when he challenges WBA titleholder Richar Abril on March 6 at the Echo Arena.