Larry Holmes says former manager and trainer Richie Giachetti didn’t get the recognition he deserved because of the bigger names around him.
Larry Holmes fondly remembers his former trainer and manager, Richie Giachetti, who died on Wednesday at 75.
Frank Bruno has ideas of a comeback at age 54 but the former WBC heavyweight titleholder and UK fan favorite may have trouble getting a boxing license.
The pound-for-pound debate has raged since Sugar Ray Robinson’s era. Who topped THE RING’s Pound-for-Pound rankings since the list was introduced in 1989?
Think Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Andre Berto is sub par? Tom Gray shares a list of previous championship bouts that also fell short in quality.
Fans share thoughts on Gennady Golovkin’s middleweight title defense against Martin Murray, the British challenger’s merits, and what should be next for GGG in this week’s Monday mailbag; plus rants on Danny Garcia, Billy Joe Saunders, a Tyson-Frazier mythical matchup, and an email from Dougie’s wife.
Today is the 25th anniversary of Buster Douglas’ shocking win over Mike Tyson for the undisputed heavyweight champion and its effect is palpable to this day. Our own Lee Groves looks back on a true day to remember.
25 years after what Larry Merchant described on-air as “the greatest upset in boxing history,” James “Buster” Douglas recalls his 10th-round knockout of Mike Tyson in Tokyo.
Sam Watson, aide to adviser Al Haymon, believes a mega-bout between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao is bound to happen on May 2 in Las Vegas.
Having done the figurative dance with Floyd Mayweather Jr. before, Manny Pacquiao says he’s willing to see the undefeated pound-for-pounder get the money he wants to make their fight a reality.
After all the debates, speculation and social network bickering, will we see a Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Manny Pacquiao bout at long last? Floyd Sr. thinks so.