nicholas walters

RingTv image Welcome to the Hall, Jim

Welcome to the Hall, Jim

On Sunday, HBO commentator Jim Lampley was inducted into the International Hall of Fame in Canastota, NY. You can read his full speech right here.

RingTv image Nicholas Walters drops, outpoints Miguel Marriaga

Nicholas Walters drops, outpoints Miguel Marriaga

Nicholas Walters lost his WBA featherweight title on Friday when he couldn’t make weight, but the top-rated boxer-puncher kept his unbeaten record intact with a one-sided unanimous decision over amateur rival Miguel Marriaga on Saturday at Madison Square Garden Theater in New York City. Walters won by scores of 119-108, 118-109, 117-110.

RingTv image Nicholas Walters misses weight, has two hours to make 126 pounds

Nicholas Walters misses weight, has two hours to make 126 pounds

Nicholas Walters is in jeopardy of losing his WBA featherweight belt after weighing in 127.4 pounds for his scheduled title defense against Miguel Marriaga on Saturday at Madison Square Garden Theater. Walters has two hours to lose 1.4 pounds. If he can’t make the division limit of 126 pounds the WBA title will be vacated and only Marriaga, 125.2 pounds, will be eligible to win it.

RingTv image Dougie’s Friday mailbag

Dougie’s Friday mailbag

In this week’s Friday mailbag, fans from around the globe share their thoughts on Felix Verdejo’s potential, Deontay WIlder’s place in the heavyweight division, Nicholas Walters-Miguel Marriaga, Jesus Cuellar and the featherweight division, Oscar De La Hoya vs. John Duddy (wha!?), mythical matchups and more. Enjoy!

RingTv image Nicholas Walters looks ahead, not behind, when it comes to Marriaga

Nicholas Walters looks ahead, not behind, when it comes to Marriaga

Nicholas Walters will attempt to do more than defend his WBA 126-pound title against Miguel Marriaga on Saturday at Madison Square Garden’s Theater. THE RING’s No. 1-rated featherweight can avenge an amateur loss to the Colombian puncher and set up a unification showdown with WBO beltholder Vasyl Lomachenko if he wins.