Lee Selby was ringside Saturday for Carl Frampton’s win against Leo Santa Cruz and hopes Frampton fights him next in a featherweight unification match in the UK.
Still-undefeated junior lightweight Josh Warrington could be looking at a title shot against Lee Selby after scoring a ninth-round victory over Patrick Hyland in England.
Scott Quigg has headed to New York for Leo Santa Cruz-Carl Frampton and the winner, along with any other prominent featherweight, may be in his sights.
Lee Selby is heading stateside for a close look at Leo Santa Cruz versus Carl Frampton and has crosshairs locked on a unification clash with the winner.
Gary Russell Jr. faces Patrick Hyland on Saturday but he seems more interested in how he will face Vasyl Lomachenko, Leo Santa Cruz and Lee Selby one day.
Lee Selby, Jamie McDonnell, George Groves and Matthew Macklin scored victories on the Anthony Joshua-Charles Martin undercard in London on Saturday.
Lee Selby defended his IBF featherweight title against Eric Hunter, getting up from a second-round knockdown to outwork the American by unanimous decision on Saturday.
Charles Martin is the defending titleholder but U.K. fans are hopeful of seeing Anthony Joshua wrench the belt from him tomorrow in London, England.
Lee Selby, as always, is calm, cool and collected ahead of his mandatory title defense against Eric Hunter and is eyeing the biggest matchups available at 126 pounds.
British bantamweight Jamie McDonnell returns to U.K. shores against a former world titleholder and is eager to bolster his already impressive resume.
Talented IBF featherweight titleholder Lee Selby returns to action for a mandatory assignment against Philadelphia’s Eric Hunter in London, England, on April 9.
IBF featherweight titleholder Lee Selby is looking to build off his successful U.S. debut earlier this month and face the big names at 126.
Roman Gonzalez and Gennady Golovkin showed why they’re among the pound-for-pound best on Saturday but there’s debate on where GGG ranks in the P4P Top 5.
The “Double-G’s,” Roman Gonzalez and Gennady Golovkin, did what they were supposed to do on Saturday, turning supposedly competitive bouts into routs.