The PBC’s most recent primetime offering on NBC registered a dismal .8 overnight rating, one of the worst ever produced for a prime time sporting event.
The WBC is apparently in the final stage of its investigation into Alexander Povetkin’s positive drug test and will give him a chance to explain himself.
Heavyweight veteran Chris Arreola is a big underdog against WBC titleholder Deontay Wilder but he isn’t counting himself out and Wilder isn’t overlooking him.
Ron Katz and Joe DeGuardia had already upset the odds with Chris Algieri, so why were so many surprised when they did the same with Joe Smith Jr.?
Andre Ward has agreed to face Alexander Brand on Aug. 6 at Oracle Arena as a prelude to his Nov. 19 blockbuster match with unified champion Sergey Kovalev.
Sammy Vasquez Jr., who served two tours of duty in Iraq, faces former titleholder Luis Collazo in the July 16 co-feature of Wilder-Arreola on Fox.
Former RING junior flyweight champion Giovani Segura returned to the ring on Saturday night with a win but can he parlay it into one last title run?
Jarrett Hurd vs. Oscar Molina will open the CBS broadcast at Barclays Center on Saturday headlined by Keith Thurman’s title defense against Shawn Porter.
The IBF plans to punish any titleholder or rated fighter with a one-year ban and by vacating their title if they decide to participate in the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
Although he’s celebrating his WBC lightweight title win, Dejan Zlaticanin says he wants the winner of the upcoming Anthony Crolla-Jorge Linares bout next.
Blue-collar fighter Joe Smith Jr. had his “Rocky” moment by stopping Andrzej Fonfara on Saturday on national television and might just be getting started.
Jerry Capobianco, who trains Joe Smith Jr., believes WBC titleholder Adonis Stevenson is too old and slow for his boxer, predicting Smith would beat him.
Joe Smith crashed light heavyweight favorite Andrzej Fonfara to the canvas in the first round to score a career-changing knockout in Chicago on Saturday.