With Friday’s funeral procession for Muhammad Ali, ‘The Greatest of All Time,’ we’re reminded of a icon who fought for more than heavyweight championships.
Larry Holmes says former manager and trainer Richie Giachetti didn’t get the recognition he deserved because of the bigger names around him.
Larry Holmes fondly remembers his former trainer and manager, Richie Giachetti, who died on Wednesday at 75.
It’s been nearly 30 years since championship boxing has been broadcast on NBC in prime time. Former heavyweight champion Larry Holmes fought on that card on May 20, 1985 and shares his experience and thoughts on the sport’s return on Saturday night.
Wladimir Klitschko proved again that he is without peer in the heavyweight division by knocking out No. 1 contender Kubrat Pulev on Saturday. Klitschko is the most dominant heavyweight champ since Lennox Lewis, but does he rank among the all-time great big men?
Boxing legends Larry Holmes, Aaron Pryor, Julio Cesar Chavez Sr., Roberto Duran, Erik Morales and Ray “Boom Boom” Mancini attended Thursday night’s 25th annual Fight For Children charity event at The Washington Hilton.
During a Q&A session in Pennsylvania, old rivals Mike Tyson and Larry Holmes recounted their 1988 heavyweight bout, which ended with Holmes on the canvas in the fourth round.
In Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook, George Groves predicts a definitive victory in his rematch with super middleweight titlist Carl Froch on Saturday.
Tempers flared between the Angelo Santana-Hank Lundy camps at Thursday’s weigh-in for tonight’s lightweight clash on ShoBox: The New Generation from the Wolstein Center in Cleveland, Ohio.
Many boxing historians and those who were lucky enough to be fans during the 1970s when the heavyweight division was loaded with talent consider former contender Earnie Shavers to be the hardest all-time puncher among big men. Shavers and his old rival, Larry Holmes, agree with this designation.