Always the gamesman, Bernard Hopkins attests to know everything about Sergey Kovalev ahead of their Nov. 8 light heavyweight title unification bout.
Further whetting the appetites of Manny Pacquiao and Chris Algieri’s fans, HBO has released more training blog entries prior to their Nov. 22 welterweight title bout.
Fans share their thoughts on Saturday’s light heavyweight title unification showdown between Bernard Hopkins and Sergey Kovalev, as well as Jean Pascal, Keith Thurman-Leonard Bundu, and the difference between hall of famers and all-time greats in this week’s Monday mailbag.
Undefeated Brooklyn welterweight Sadam Ali and once-defeated Argentine foe Luis Abregu will fighting over a significant career step on the Nov. 8 undercard of Bernard Hopkins-Sergey Kovalev.
Russian light heavyweight Sergey Kovalev says he’ll be fully loaded with “bullets” for his showdown with Bernard Hopkins to decide who will leave Atlantic City with three belts around his waist on Nov. 8.
Oscar De La Hoya spoke to RingTV about the Bernard Hopkins-Sergey Kovalev and David Lemieux-Gabriel Rosado fights, and working to return boxing to its “glory years.” He says big fights between the best will happen in 2015 and beyond but don’t hold your breath for a Gennady Golovkin-Floyd Mayweather showdown.
Montreal-based middleweight puncher David Lemieux spoke to RingTV about his U.S. and HBO debut against Gabriel Rosado on Dec. 6 at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center and a future showdown with Gennady Golovkin.
Press conference for the Dec. 6 HBO “Boxing After Dark” card in Brooklyn, New York, headlined by middleweights David Lemieux and Gabriel Rosado.
Both Manny Pacquiao and Chris Algieri will be prepared for what they believe will be their biggest challenges to date and their training blogs reflect their statements.
Fighting dirty is a tactic Bernard Hopkins knows all too well but his opponent, Sergey Kovalev insists he’ll be prepared to fight just as as questionably on Nov. 8.
Be it luck or blessing, former middleweight title challenger Gabriel Rosado’s canceled bout with James Kirkland opened the opportunity for a fight against David Lemieux on Dec. 6.
Gennady Golovkin HBO-televised stoppage of Marco Antonio Rubio on Saturday was watched by 1,304 million viewers, according to Nielsen Media Research, making his 18th consecutive knockout the second highest viewed premium cable boxing event of 2014.
Jose Benavidez Jr. insists the time is now to make his big push in the junior welterweight division. He’ll challenge Mauricio Herrera on Dec. 13.
After all the debates, speculation and social network bickering, will we see a Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Manny Pacquiao bout at long last? Floyd Sr. thinks so.
WBA middleweight titlist Gennady Golovkin’s popularity rise with every fight. That popularity has spilled over into the West Coast where “GGG” will face Marco Antonio Rubio on Oct. 18.
On Nov. 8, welterweight Sadam Ali won’t just be stepping up in his next bout; he’ll be swimming in uncharted waters against Luis Carlos Abregu.