The gamesmanship is on. In the only fight trainer Robert Garcia deemed feasible for Floyd Mayweather Jr., his fighter, Marco Maidana is challenging the RING welterweight champion to “fight like a man.”
In Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook, Marcos Maidana insists that in their first outing, Floyd Mayweather wasn’t as fast as he’s portrayed.
The much-anticipated rematch between British heavyweights Tyson Fury and Dereck Chisora has a new date after Chisora pulled out five days before their scheduled July 26 matchup with a broken hand.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. says he will be “faster” and “stronger” for his welterweight rematch on Sept. 13 against Marcos Maidana, who countered that “it’s a great advantage that I already know Mayweather.”
Despite claims of wanting to do battle in Brooklyn, Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s rematch with Marcos Maidana will see Las Vegas as its host city on Sept. 13.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. was defiant at today’s New York press conference to kick off the publicity for Mayweather-Maidana II, saying once again he’s up against the critics and any perception that his opponent scored in the first fight was because he’s a dirty fighter.
British cruiserweights Tony Bellew and Nathan Cleverly are headed for a sequel to their memorable 175-pound encounter, won by Cleverly three years ago, after posting convincing victories over Julio Cesar Dos Santos and Alejandro Valori, respectively, in Liverpool on Saturday night. Full undercard report included.
Speculation is becoming reality as Marcos Maidana is confirming that talks for a September 13 rematch with Floyd Mayweather Jr. are indeed in the works.
The July 10 rematch between IBF junior lightweight titleholder Argenis Mendez and Rances Barthelemy will give Mendez “a second chance to correct a mistake,” according to former undisputed heavyweight titleholder Mike Tyson, who will promote the return bout.
Amidst an electric soccer-style atmosphere, Carl Froch claimed an eighth-round stoppage victory to wipe the slate clean in his rematch with countryman George Groves.
Carl Froch stopped George Groves with an enormous straight right hand at 2:34 of the eighth round of their rematch before an estimated 80,000 Saturday at Wembley Stadium in London.
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In advance of their Saturday rematch, IBF/WBA super middleweight titleholder Carl Froch and George Groves have successfully made the 168-pound limit.
George Groves was criticized in his first fight with IBF super middleweight titleholder Carl Froch for “running out of steam” but says a new training regimen will put him over the top in the rematch a week from now.