Gabriel Bracero was in discussions for several big fights before his arrest on Sunday, said his promoter, Lou DiBella.
The idea of IBF/WBA middleweight titlist Gennady Golovkin and Danny Jacobs fighting in New York is music to one promoter’s ears.
Now with noted trainer Freddie Roach in his corner, Miguel Cotto share his thoughts of Roach, ex-foe Manny Pacquiao and his June 7 challenge of middleweight champion Sergio Martinez.
Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook brings us details on the return of Orlando Cruz and Felix Verdejo, scheduled to compete in separate bouts on April 19, and much more.
Just four days after coming home from Verona, N.Y., the Travelin’ Man was back on the road to begin the second of five trips that will run through Dec. 14. His latest destination was New York City to work the CompuBox keys for the Manny Pacquiao-Brandon Rios HBO pay-per-view show.
Bronx-based 154-pound prospect Eddie Gomez assessed his fourth-round TKO of Steve Upsher Chambers on the first Golden Boy on FOX show in New York City. “I’m an elite boxer,” says Gomez, who was still 20 when he outclassed the more-experienced Chambers. “I’m a different breed.”
RingTV.com’s resident historian Lee Groves returns to recount his recent trip to New York City to work the CompuBox keys for Tyson Fury’s U.S. debut against Steve Cunningham this past Saturday, but first the “Travelin’ Man” describes his first visit to famed boxing bar Jimmy’s Corner.
Paul Malignaggi hopes the inaugural boxing card at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on Saturday reignites the fight game in the New York City area. The Brooklyn native defends his WBA welterweight title against Pablo Cesar Cano on the Showtime-televised card.
The Dec. 1 showdown between former three-division titleholder Miguel Cotto and undefeated WBA 154-pound beltholder Austin Trout will be broadcast live on Showtime, it was announced during the kick-off press conference for the event in New York City on Monday.