Former lightweight titleholder Juan Diaz is hoping to get a shot at a belt later this year after a dominant performance against Cesar Vazquez in Tucson.
Former unified lightweight titlist Juan Diaz is looking at a win over Cesar Vazquez, on Saturday, as a doorway to new title opportunities.
Former unified lightweight titlist Juan Diaz insists his latest comeback sees him at the bottom of the pecking order.
Former lightweight champ Juan Diaz and former 140-pound standout Mike Alvarado returned to the ring on Saturday in Houston, scoring TKO wins after layoffs.
On Saturday, after respective absences from the ring, Juan Diaz and Mike Alvarado will return in separate bouts in Houston and broadcast on UniMas.
Former unified lightweight titleholder Juan Diaz won another bout against a C-level fighter on Saturday, this time defeating Carlos Cardenas at the Energy Arena in Laredo, Texas. Diaz, now 5-0 in his comeback, won by scores of 99-91, 98-92, and 97-93.
Former lightweight contender Michael Katsidis could return to the ring in March. The Australian slugger, who has not fought since April of 2012, has reunited with trainer Brendon Smith.
Fox Deportes will air classic Golden Boy Promotions fights involving Floyd Mayweather Jr., Oscar De La Hoya, Felix Trindad, Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez, among others on Dec. 23 and Dec. 29.
Paulie Malignaggi and Zab Judah will meet in Saturday’s clash of Brooklyn natives. Sixteen boxing experts are split over who will win the showdown between the veteran two-division titleholders.
Two-division titlewinners Zab Judah and Paulie Malignaggi, who will fight in their native Brooklyn on Dec. 7, recently turned 36 and 33, respectively. When they meet on Dec. 7, the loser’s career may well be at an end.
Zab Judah once coached Paulie Malignaggi as an amateur but he will fight his fellow two-division titleholder as a professional in their native Brooklyn at Barclays Center on Dec. 7.
Juan Diaz, who recently turned 30, fights unheralded Juan Santiago on Saturday on the Mike Alvarado-Ruslan Provodnikov undercard. The former unified lightweight titleholder, who took two years off, says he’s motivated again to regain world-class form and a world title.
Ruslan Provodnikov’s mother traveled from Russia for what is both her first trip to the U.S. and the first time she will be ringside to watch her son as he battles Mike Alvarado on Saturday.