Nicholas Walters proved at the highest level that he is the knockout machine he appeared to be the past few years, stopping Donaire with a single right to the head at the end of Round 6 Saturday at the StubHub Center.
Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s rematch victory over Marcos Maidana went exactly as expected, and now the pound-for-pound king faces the inevitable question: What now?
RingTV.com editor Doug Fischer shares his thoughts on compiling a list of the 20 greatest boxers since World War II for a story that appears in the October 2014 issue of THE RING and explains why Floyd Mayweather Jr., among other modern-era stars, did not make the cut.
Adrien Broner turned in an impressive performance against Emmanuel Taylor on Saturday, pulling away in the second half of the fight to win handily and position himself for a big fight.
Brandon Rios-Diego Chaves was a foul-fest, to be sure, but the timing for points deducted and the ambiguous reasons for doing so indicate a referee who had lost his grip on the fight.
Canelo Alvarez was fortunate to emerge victorious and Erislandy Lara was frustrated by a controversial decision but both took a step forward.
Lightweight titleholder Terence Crawford’s sensational knockout of Yuriorkis Gamboa on Saturday night was a breakthrough victory.
Vasyl Lomachnko proved he is the better young prodigy by outpointing Gary Russell Jr. to win the vacant WBO featherwieght title Saturday in Carson, Calif.
RING Magazine editor Michael Rosenthal shares his thoughts on Saturday’s entertaining Showtime tripleheader from StubHub Center in Carson, Calif. Video also includes post-fight comments from Vasyl Lomachenko, who outpointed Gary Russell Jr., and Robert Guerrero, who won a “crazy all-out war” with Yoshihiro Kamegai.
Chris Algieri took an unusual path to the WBO junior welterweight title, which he took from Ruslan Provodnikov on Saturday.
Oscar De La Hoya was a fan magnet at the peak of this stellar boxing career and not too much has changed, at least not as it unfolded at the International Boxing Hall of Fame, where he will be inducted this weekend.
Intrepid video-reporter Elie Seckbach interviewed RING magazine editor Michael Rosenthal and RingTV.com editor Doug Fischer after Juan Manuel Marquez’s brutally brilliant unanimous decision over Mike Alvarado at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif., on Saturday.
Juan Manuel Marquez was the black sheep in the Mexican triumvirate that included Marco Antonio Barrera and Erik Morales but has outlasted the others and emerged as the enduring star, which he proved once again with a dominant decision over Mike Alvarado.
Tall, lanky Ukrainian Viktor Postol stopped Selcuk Aydin at 2:52 of the 11th round of a junior welterweight fight on the Juan Manuel Marquez-Mike Alvarado card to solidify his position as the WBC’s No. 1-ranked contender.
Manny Pacquiao might not be quite the fighter he once was but he proved in his rematch with Tim Bradley that he remains a force in boxing.