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RingTv image Video: Lamont Peterson post-fight presser

Video: Lamont Peterson post-fight presser

Lamont Peterson spoke to the media after his disappointing KO loss to Lucas Matthysse. “I was hoping they didn’t stop the fight because I believe I can weather any storm,” he said. “Of course, the referee is looking out for my best interest but I was willing to fight on.”

RingTv image Video: Lucas Matthysse post-fight presser

Video: Lucas Matthysse post-fight presser

No. 1-rated junior welterweight contender Lucas Matthysse addressed the media at the post-fight presser following his third-round KO of Lamont Peterson. Matthysse said he’s now focused on RING champ Danny Garcia and his promoter Richard Schaefer says he’s focused on making that bout for Sept. 7.

RingTv image Dougie’s Monday Matthysse mailbag

Dougie’s Monday Matthysse mailbag

Fans had lots of feedback on Lucas Matthysse’s impressive third-round stoppage of Lamont Peterson and plenty of opinions on a potential showdown with Danny Garcia, as well as other fights, including the Carl Froch-Mikkel Kessler rematch, in this week’s Monday mailbag. Enjoy!

RingTv image Video: Lucas Matthysse post-fight interview

Video: Lucas Matthysse post-fight interview

Lucas Matthysse spoke to the boxing media after his third-round KO of Lamont Peterson. The Argentine puncher said that he was aware that RING 140-pound champ Danny Garcia was ringside for the fight. “He looked a little worried,” Matthysse said. “I told him ‘I’m coming for you next.’”

RingTv image Purdy aims to turn Alexander’s ‘lights out’

Purdy aims to turn Alexander’s ‘lights out’

British welterweight Lee Purdy thinks IBF beltholder Devon Alexander, who he challenges on HBO on Saturday, quit against Tim Bradley and will not be able to handle his pressure and punching power. Purdy, who says he knows how to fight southpaws, vows to knock Alexander out.

RingTv image Video: Zab Judah post-fight presser

Video: Zab Judah post-fight presser

Zab Judah spoke to the media after extending 140-pound champ Danny Garcia 12 rounds in a losing, but competitive effort. Judah gave Garcia respect. Oscar De La Hoya said Judah “is in the mix” at 140 pounds and could fight Golden Boy’s other junior welterweight standouts.

RingTv image Peterson training with Broner for Matthysse clash

Peterson training with Broner for Matthysse clash

Barry Hunter, the long-time trainer of IBF junior welterweight titleholder Lamont Peterson, tells RingTV.com that Peterson has been joined in training camp by WBC lightweight titleholder Adrien Broner in Peterson’s hometown of Washington D.C.