Watch the Francisco Vargas-Orlando Salido final press conference today, starting at 12 p.m. PT/3 p.m. ET, on RingTVLive.com and GoldenBoyPromotions.com.
RING junior flyweight champion Donnie Nietes wants a shot at WBA/WBO titleholder Juan Francisco Estrada but must get past Raul Garcia first on Saturday.
Tyson Fury put his foot in his mouth once again in an online video, questioning Wladimir Klitschko’s sexuality and also making anti-Semitic remarks.
Just when we thought former WBA 126-pound titlist Nicholas Walters was going to face WBO beltholder Vasyl Lomachenko, the ‘Axe Man’ chopped the fight down.
VADA’s Dr. Margaret Goodman recently spoke to RingTV to share her thoughts on Francisco Vargas’ positive test for clenbuterol.
On the heels of Manny Pacquiao’s disappointing PPV effort, Bob Arum said not to expect big numbers when top talents Terence Crawford and Viktor Postol meet.
Middleweight star Gennady Golovkin’s second-round KO of Dominic Wade on Saturday was the most watched HBO boxing event in 2016 with 1,325,000 viewers.
The Big (and Little) Drama Show continued as Gennady Golovkin and Roman Gonzalez won again at The Forum in Inglewood, California, the perfect arena for the duo.
The media would rather discuss Gennady Golovkin’s fame and future than his fight with Dominic Wade on Saturday but GGG remains grounded and in the present.
Tyson Fury and Wladimir Klitschko will do it again in a rematch of their Nov. fight when Fury authored the upset and ended Klitschko’s near-decade long reign.
Is Dominic Wade really the second-best middleweight in the world? He won’t tell you outright but insists he’s going to defeat Gennady Golovkin on April 23.
HBO’s Tammy Ross, who announced she was stepping down today, said tonight’s PPV highlighted for her that the industry has reached an identity crisis.
Max Kellerman shares his thoughts on Andre Ward, and says the anticipated Ward-Sergey Kovalev fight is the best matchup that can be made in boxing.
Joseph Diaz Jr. talks about his HBO debut, a decision over Jayson Velez. Diaz says there’s room to improve but he feels he’s transitioned from prospect to contender.