post-fight presser

RingTv image Video: Deontay Wilder post-fight presser

Video: Deontay Wilder post-fight presser

Undefeated heavyweight puncher Deontay Wilder answered questions from the media after extending his KO streak to 30-0 by stopping Nic Firtha in four rounds. “He surprised me by coming in like a maniac,” said Wilder, who is aiming for a WBC title shot. “Tonight, I had my sniper rifle out.”

RingTv image Video: Quillin-Rosado post-fight presser

Video: Quillin-Rosado post-fight presser

Peter Quillin and Gabriel Rosado met the media at the post-fight press conference for their WBO middleweight title bout, which Quillin won by 10th-round TKO due to a cut that Rosado suffered. Rosado said “the doctor and referee ruined what could have been a great finish.”

RingTv image Video: Gonzalez, Mares, Santa Cruz post-fight presser

Video: Gonzalez, Mares, Santa Cruz post-fight presser

Jhonny Gonzalez, Abner Mares and Leo Santa Cruz spoke to the media after their explosive fights on Aug. 24. Gonzalez may have scored the upset of the year with his first-round KO of Mares, who was gracious and classy in defeat. Santa Cruz spoke about winning his second world title.

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: Danny Garcia post-fight presser

Video: Danny Garcia post-fight presser

RING/WBC/WBA 140-pound champ Danny Garcia and his father-trainer Angel Garcia answered the media’s questions about his hard-fought unanimous decision over Zab Judah at the post-fight press conference.

RingTv image Video: Mares-Moreno post-fight presser

Video: Mares-Moreno post-fight presser

Abner Mares and Anselmo Moreno addressed the boxing media after their 12-round battle that Mares won by unanimous decision. Mares says the only fight he wants next is a showdown with THE RING 122-pound champ Nonito Donaire.