Veteran boxing scribe Joe Santoliquito says the Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao fight is one of those rare generational occurrences featuring two boxers that have grabbed the general public’s imagination. With this in mind, the president of the Boxing Writers Assoc. of America takes an unscientific look at the 10 biggest mega-fights in history, based on their event appeal.
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.
Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook reveals the latest inductee of the Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame on August 9, Roberto Duran.
Some of boxing’s most notable personalities will be once again inducted in this year’s Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame. Founder Rich Marotta shares the details.
Fighters from Argentina have been responsible for some of the most dramatic knockdowns in boxing history, and many believe Marcos Maidana has the potential to join that list against Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Just four days after coming home from Verona, N.Y., the Travelin’ Man was back on the road to begin the second of five trips that will run through Dec. 14. His latest destination was New York City to work the CompuBox keys for the Manny Pacquiao-Brandon Rios HBO pay-per-view show.
Lucas Matthysse will step into the ring for the fight of his life 90 years to the day after Argentine hero Luis Angel Firpo, who was then also 30 years old, had his iconic brawl with Jack Dempsey. Don’t expect him to get all misty about it, though.
July 4, America’s celebration of the adoption date of the Declaration of Independence, is one of the most festive holidays on the calendar. Once upon a time it was also a date when major boxing events were held. RingTV.com’s resident historian Lee Groves gives us his choice of the most notable July 4 fights.