The Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame will present Mayweather with his “Fighter of the Year” award at the annual induction gala on Saturday, August 8, at Caesars Palace.
In Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook, we get the details on Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s second consecutive Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame “Fighter of the Year” award.
In Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook, we get the official weights for tonight’s edition of “Friday Night Fights,” notable underdog victories and much more.
In Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook, we get an update on the sanctioning body summit in Cancun, Mexico and much more.
Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook reveals the latest inductee of the Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame on August 9, Roberto Duran.
Some of boxing’s most notable personalities will be once again inducted in this year’s Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame. Founder Rich Marotta shares the details.
HBO has made a doubleheader out of the Jan. 18 Championship Boxing telecast featuring a 175-pound matchup between former champs Lucian Bute and Jean Pascal and a heavyweight showdown between undefeated prospect Mike Perez and once-beaten Carlos Takam.
The late Emanuel “Manny” Steward trained Thomas Hearns, Julio Cesar Chavez Sr., Evander Holyfield, Lennox Lewis, Wladimir Klitschko and Mike McCallum among his seemingly endless list of current and former world champions.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. will be honored as Male Fighter of The Year by the Nevada Hall of Fame on Saturday, where the first inductees wil include Mike Tyson and Sugar Ray Leonard, as well as trainers Eddie Futch and Freddie Roach.
Mike Tyson will be inducted into the Nevada Hall of Fame on Aug. 10, along with former titleholder Mike McCallum and the late Diego Corrales.
Immediately after his six-day odyssey to Canastota, N.Y., then Montreal, and back to the International Boxing Hall of Fame, the Travelin’ Man journeyed Dallas to work the CompuBox keys for HBO’s Mikey Garcia-JuanMa Lopez and Terence Crawford-Alejandro Sanabria doubleheader.
Floyd Mayweather calls Robert Guerrero “a religious guy” who is also a “big-time hypocrite” in Showtime’s latest episode of All Access: Mayweather vs. Guerrero.
In part II of Travelin’ Man returns to Los Angeles, Lee Groves explains the significance of boxing’s return to network TV before recounting his CompuBox analysis for the CBS-, Showtime Extreme- and Showtime-televised fights from the L.A. Sports Arena on Dec. 15.