In Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook, we learn what motivated undefeated Gary Russell Jr. to be the fighter he is today and much more.
With Hall of Fame weekend upon us, boxing’s greats aren’t just excited about Saturday night’s middleweight championship bout between Sergio Martinez and Miguel Cotto; they have their opinions on who will emerge victorious.
HBO’s Legendary Nights: The Tale of Gatti-Ward doesn’t offer many new insights, but does an excellent job of rekindling the drama around one of boxing’s greatest trilogies, and of portraying the friendship that evolved between two warriors beyond the ring.
Micky Ward shared his thoughts and emotions about watching Legendary Nights: The Tale of Gatti-Ward for the first time at the New York City premiere on Wednesday. RingTV.com’s Bill Emes also spoke to Lou DiBella, the late Gatti’s manager Pat Lynch and trainer Buddy McGirt.
Former titleholder Antonio Tarver will return from what will have been a 17-month ring absence against Mike Sheppard on Nov. 26.
Miguel Cotto’s third-round stoppage of Delvin Rodriguez ranks as the highest drawing cable fight of 2013 so far.
RING junior welterweight champ Danny Garcia says of No. 1-rated Lucas Matthysse, who challenges him on Sept. 14: “If he’s not careful, he’s gonna get hurt.”
The late Arturo Gatti is a new entrant on this year’s International Boxing Hall of Fame ballot. RingTV.com’s historian Lee Groves asks whether the beloved warrior is a first ballot-worthy Hall of Famer or if he should be bypassed. Groves makes compelling arguments for either proposition.
HBO’s Jim Lampley will review Sergio Martinez’s unanimous decision over Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. and Saul Alvarez’s fifth-round knockout of Josesito Lopez on the latest episdoe of The Fight Game this Saturday.
Unbeaten former lightweight titleholder Brandon Rios on his Oct. 13 clash with undefeated 140-pound contender Mike Alvarado: “It’s going to be a very violent, very bloody fight. It’s going to be a can’t-miss fight.”
WBA lightweight beltholder Brandon Rios on Johnny Murray: "I think that he's a warrior who wants to brawl like me."
The lead homicide investigator says the Canadian judge 'is being unfair' to Arturo Gatti's family by proceeding with the civil trial.
A nearly 11-month long investigation into the death of boxer Arturo Gatti has determined that it was a homicide, according to a source central to the case.