Andre Ward: Lawsuit won’t delay his return

06
Jan

Andre Ward: Lawsuit won’t delay his return

Although his lawsuit is ongoing with promoter Dan Goossen, RING super middleweight champion Andre Ward said manager James Prince is working on his next fight, which he anticipates will happen in March or April. 

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04
Dec

Lem’s latest: Maidana says Broner is not ‘a slick boxer’

Marcos Maidana says Adrien Broner “has not been tested by a natural welterweight like me. That’s why this is the hardest fight of his life.” Maidana challenges Broner for the WBA 147-pound title on Dec. 14.

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17
Oct

Hopkins on boxing and black fighters

Bernard Hopkins argues against what he believes is a trend in boxing that “it’s a curse to be slick,” that black fighters are “not entertaining,” and “if you duck, it’s bad.”

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22
Feb

Q&A: Holt says stamina, weight no problem vs. Peterson

Kendall Holt on Friday’s bout with Lamont Peterson: “This fight, I’m going to set things up and make things happen. I have had some good sprints, some good boxing and I am ready to go a good, hard 12 rounds.”

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28
Nov

Can Trout’s vision become a reality against Cotto? Ask the experts

Will Austin Trout’s dream of victory become a reality or a living nightmare in the form of Miguel Cotto?

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26
Nov

Trout dreams of KO victory over Cotto

Austin Trout described his tendency since childhood to envision beating his boxing heroes in the ring, and said, “I have a big list of fighters that I really admire, and Miguel Cotto is on that list.”

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16
Nov

Jones to replace Steward as HBO analyst

Former world titleholder Roy Jones Jr. will take over for the late Emanuel Steward as HBO’s analyst for World Championship Boxing and its Pay Per View broadcasts for the rest of 2012.

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14
Nov

Lem’s latest: Mack says he’s gotten under Froch’s skin

Super middleweight fringe contender Yusaf Mack on IBF titleholder Carl Froch, who he challenges on Saturday in England: “I don’t fade and he can’t beat me.”

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15
Aug

De La Hoya’s not mad about THE RING’s top 10 Olympians list

Oscar De La Hoya on his absence from THE RING’s Top 10 list of fighters who have achieved Olympic and professional success: “I really don’t mind, because I don’t need my head to be blown up any more than it already is.”

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14
Jul

Johnson: ‘I fought the best…I did it with class’

Former RING light heavyweight champion Glen Johnson spoke to RingTV.com about his announced retirement following Friday night’s unanimous decision loss to Andrzej Fonfara.

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