Vic Darchinyan on Nonito Donaire: “I’m going to come and expose him and show to all of the world that I can beat him, and not only just beat him, but I can beat him easily.”
RingTV.com: Regrets reporting that Lamont Peterson tested positive for human chorionic gonadotropin following his eighth-round knockout of Kendall Holt last month.
IBF President Daryl Peoples has received the official post-fight drug test results from Lamont Peterson’s eighth-round knockout victory over Kendall Holt last month.
IBF President Daryl Peoples and members of Kendall Holt’s camp want to the D.C. Commission to release the post-fight drug test results from Holt’s loss to Lamont Peterson last month.
Leo Santa Cruz has vacated his IBF bantamweight belt in favor of rising into the junior featherweight division.
Although unbeaten Floyd Mayweather has created a media firestorm by naming IBF beltholder Devon Alexander as the leading opponent to face him on May 4, Alexander’s trainer says his fighter is focused on recovering from a biceps injury, and the IBF says it won’t approve a defense against Mayweather.
Former RING light heavyweight and middleweight champion Bernard Hopkins’ next fight, a March 9 clash with IBF 175-pound beltholder, Tavoris Cloud, will be formally announced during a press conference on Jan. 15, Hopkins’ 48th birthday.
IBF junior welterweight beltholder Lamont Peterson will defend his crown against ex-titleholder Kendall Holt on Feb. 22 in Peterson’s home town of Washington, D.C.
Having lost title bouts to Andre Ward, Lucian Bute and Joe Calzaghe, super middleweight contender Sakio Bika looks to cash in on a potential WBC title fight agianst Nikola Sjekloca on Feb. 16.
While IBF light heavyweight titleholder Tavoris Cloud could defend his belt against Bernard Hopkins on March 9, IBF super middleweight beltholder Carl Froch is weighing mandatory challenger Adonis Stevenson or WBA counterpart Mikkel Kessler.
IBF junior welterweight beltholder Lamont Peterson could face Kendall Holt on Feb. 22 at the D.C. Armory.