RingTv image Q&A: Olympic champion Anthony Joshua on a heavy schedule

Q&A: Olympic champion Anthony Joshua on a heavy schedule

Heavyweight hopeful Anthony Joshua has fought twice so far this year but Britain’s colossal 2012 Olympic champ is scheduled to fight three times in the next 30 days: on Thursday (Nov. 14), a co-feature to the Sky Sports Prizefighter tournament, under the undercard of the Nov. 23 Carl Froch-George Groves event, and a final bout of 2013 on Dec. 14.

RingTv image Q&A: James DeGale

Q&A: James DeGale

Once-beaten British super middleweight contender James DeGale takes on Dyah Davis on Saturday in Glow, Kent. The 2008 Olympic gold medalist spoke to RingTV.com about the fight, the current 168-pound rankings, upcoming super middleweight bouts and his future plans.

RingTv image Q&A: Demetrius Andrade

Q&A: Demetrius Andrade

Demetrius Andrade is dismissive of fellow Olympian Vanes Martirosyan, whom he will face for the vacant WBO junior middleweight title on Saturday, saying the fight is just a springboard to big-time opponents.

RingTv image Q&A: Nonito Donaire

Q&A: Nonito Donaire

Nonito Donaire’s meteoric rise was interrupted by a boxing lesson from Guillermo Rigondeaux in April, but The Filipino Flash is looking to move forward again by returning to a man from his past: Vic Darchinyan.

RingTv image Q&A: Magomed Abdusalamov

Q&A: Magomed Abdusalamov

Magomed Abdusalamov faces fellow unbeaten heavyweight Mike Perez on the Golovkin-Stevens undercard on Saturday. RingTV.com caught up with the Russian puncher, who says the heavyweight division lacks excitement and vows to “wake up” the weight class with his aggressive style.

RingTv image Q&A: Ruslan Provodnikov

Q&A: Ruslan Provodnikov

Ruslan Provodikov was one-half of one of the best fights so far of 2013, his brutal 12-round battle with Tim Bradley in March. The Russian bomber tells RingTV.com that his Saturday showdown with Mike Alvarado will be just as dramatic. “I think it will be another candidate for fight of the year,” said Provodnikov.

RingTv image Q&A: Vasyl Lomachenko

Q&A: Vasyl Lomachenko

One of the best amateur boxers in recent history, two-time Olympic champ Vasyl Lomachenko, will turn pro on the Tim Bradley-Juan Manuel Marquez undercard on Saturday. Anson Wainwright caught up with the Ukrainian southpaw to learn more about his background and pro ambitions.

RingTv image Q&A: Alexander Povetkin

Q&A: Alexander Povetkin

Alexander Povetkin won the WBA’s “regular” heavyweight title when he beat Ruslan Chagaev in 2011 but the undefeated Russian says he consider himself “the real champion” until he beats RING champ Wladimir Klitschko, who he challenges on Saturday in Moscow.

RingTv image Q&A: Miguel Cotto

Q&A: Miguel Cotto

RingTV.com recently caught up with three-division champ Miguel Cotto, who discussed his upbringing, family life, career highs and lows, and training with Freddy Roach for his Saturday comeback fight with Delvin Rodriguez.

RingTv image Q&A: Adonis Stevenson

Q&A: Adonis Stevenson

RingTV.com caught up with RING/WBC light heavyweight champion Adonis Stevenson before the explosive-punching Montreal star defends his titles against former IBF beltholder Tavoris Cloud in his hometown on Saturday on HBO.

RingTv image Q&A: Omar Narvaez

Q&A: Omar Narvaez

Following a slew of amateur achievements and becoming the longest-reigning Argentine titleholder ever (surpassing even the great Carlos Monzon), Omar Narvaez still has more he’d like to accomplish in the two years before his self-scheduled retirement.

RingTv image Q&A: Kubrat Pulev

Q&A: Kubrat Pulev

It’s been a frustrating time for undefeated heavyweight contender Kubrat Pulev, who has been out of the ring for nearly a year because few wanted to face him. American veteran Tony Thompson accepted the challenge and Pulev spoke to RingTV.com about their Saturday showdown.

RingTv image Q&A: Kiko Martinez

Q&A: Kiko Martinez

Kiko Martinez spoke to RingTV.com the day after his thrilling sixth-round TKO of Jhonatan Romero, which earned him the IBF 122-pound title. The new beltholder spoke about the upset victory, his recent loss to Carl Frampton, and about being in the same division as Guillermo Rigondeaux and Nonito Donaire.