You can watch a live stream of today’s Floyd Mayweather Jr. media day workout from the Mayweather Boxing Club in Las Vegas, Nevada, starting at 4:00 p.m. PT/7:00 p.m. ET., thanks to the HBO Boxing YouTube channel.
WBC featherweight titlist Jhonny Gonzalez is fired up to make his third defense against Gary Russell Jr. on Saturday night. And he’s ready for war.
With less than 1,000 available to the general public, you’d better get the jump on Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Manny Pacquiao tickets when they go on sale…if you can afford them. Michael Woods reports.
This Saturday, NBC kicks off its “Premier Boxing Champions” series with a welterweight bout between Keith Thurman and Robert Guerrero. Anson Wainwright recently caught up with “The Ghost” to get his thoughts on the fight.
During a Nevada State Athletic Commission hearing in which concerns regarding certain behaviors featured in Showtime’s “All Access” were addressed, Floyd Mayweather criticized editing aspects of the documentary-style program.
John Molina’s first major challenge at 140 pounds resulted in a loss to hard-hitting Lucas Matthysse. Molina now intends to turn things around against Humberto Soto on September 13.
As he now holds a piece of the junior featherweight crown, WBC titlist Leo Santa Cruz believes he’s a wanted man and will attempt to fend off the challenge of Manuel Roman on September 13.
Observers were split by their opinions of who was winning Brandon Rios-Diego Chaves at the time of the DQ, but all agreed that the Las Vegas judges’ scores for Jessie Vargas-Anton Novikov didn’t reflect reality.
In part two of Travelin’ Man Lee Groves’ trusty RingTV.com Vegas journal, Lee’s return was jam-packed with work, an unbelievable mattress and flight attendants with a sense of humor – we think.
RingTV.com’s resident Travelin’ Man, Lee Groves returns to America’s Playground to count punches for a ShoBox card and as usual, there are many new faces to meet and experiences to share.
Canelo Alvarez and Erislandy Lara arrived by limousine at the MGM Grand, along with combatant pairs Abner Mares-Jonathan Oquendo, Juan Manuel Lopez-Francisco Vargas and Johan Perez-Mauricio Herrera, for Saturday’s Showtime PPV card. Photos by Naoki Fukuda.
With a truly global feel, the undercard bouts are set for this weekend’s junior middleweight main event between Saul Alvarez and Erislandy Lara.
Ed Paredes is looking at his career in a positive light after signing with Golden Boy Promotions last year and plans on showing the company it made the right decision with a win over comebacking Alfonso Gomez on July 9.
Despite being advised not to take the bout against Erislandy Lara on Saturday night, Saul “Canelo” Alvarez insists his mission is to face the most dangerous fighters from here on out.
Like any good student, junior middleweight Saul Alvarez has learned from his past wins and sole loss to Floyd Mayweather and plans putting his lessons to good use against Erislandy Lara on July 12.