The Travelin’ Man returns to Omaha…again: Part two

20
Dec

The Travelin’ Man returns to Omaha…again: Part two

In Part Two of Lee Groves’ Omaha travelogue, ‘The Travelin’ Man’ counts punches for an HBO doubleheader, then makes a Hall of Fame-worthy race home.

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15
Dec

The Travelin’ Man returns to Omaha…again: Part one

In Part One of Lee Groves’ latest journal, RingTV’s resident ‘Travelin’ Man’ returns to Omaha to cover an HBO tripleheader – but he’s in a rare time crunch.

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13
Dec

RING Ratings Update: Charlo’s win highlights a busy weekend

A lot of action took place this past weekend, including wins by Jermall Charlo, Terence Crawford and Anthony Joshua, but the consequences were limited.

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23
May

After a yearlong absence, Ray Beltran stops Ivan Najera

On Saturday night, after a year away from the sport, lightweight contender Ray Beltran faced struggling Ivan Najera in Laredo, Texas.

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20
Apr

Ray Beltran vs. Ivan Najera on May 21

With both men seeking career redemption, lightweights Ray Beltran and Ivan Najera are set to clash on May 21 in Laredo, Texas.

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09
Jun

Ring Ratings Update: Froch, Beltran, Taylor exit rankings

Carl Froch, Raymundo Beltran and Jermain Taylor have been removed from the rankings of their respective divisions for different reasons. To find out why and who will replace them read this week’s Ring Ratings Update.

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04
May

Ring Ratings Update: Manny Pacquiao slips in the rankings

Manny Pacquiao’s unanimous decision loss to Floyd Mayweather Jr. caused the Filipino superstar to drop a notch or two in THE RING’s welterweight rankings and in the magazine’s Pound-for-Pound Top 10.

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01
May

Raymundo Beltran stops Takahiro Ao in the second round

Raymundo Beltran stopped Takahiro Ao 1:29 into Round 2 on Friday night at The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas but can’t claim the vacant WBO lightweight title because he didn’t make weight.

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30
Apr

Photo gallery: Raymundo Beltran misses weight, Takahiro Ao still eligible to win title

Raymundo Beltran missed the lightweight mark and is no longer eligible to win the WBO title while his opponent, Takahiro Ao, weighed in at a safe 134.8 pounds for their fight on Friday in Las Vegas.

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30
Apr

Raymundo Beltran: ‘I have persevered’

At the apex of a career which has seen its ups and downs, former two-time lightweight title challenger, Ray Beltran vies for the vacant WBO title tomorrow night against former two-division titlist Takahiro Ao.

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