From THE RING Magazine: Amir Khan’s path to Canelo Alvarez has been lined with critics and cynics, but he hasn’t doubted himself along the way and won’t start now.
Not a lot of movement this week but some terrific performances were turned in by Robert Easter, Callum Smith and Satoshi Hosono.
Jessie Vargas enters the RING welterweight Top 10 at No. 9 after his impressive knockout of Sadam Ali on Saturday night.
Tyson Fury, whose stunning upset of Wladimir Klitschko on Nov. 28 breathed energy into a lifeless division, has been named THE RING Fighter of the Year for 2015.
The “retirement” of Floyd Mayweather Jr. left a void at the top of the RING Pound-for-Pound list. It was filled by a small wonder.
Leo Santa Cruz made a heavyweight statement on Saturday with his win over Abner Mares to take the WBA 126-pound title.
From THE RING Magazine’s series on the International Boxing Hall of Fame’s Class of 2015, boxing scribe Bernard Fernandez profiles Riddick Bowe, the two-time heavyweight world titleholder who might’ve gone even higher had he faced more of his contemporaries.
With Bermane Stiver-Deontay Wilder just a day away, the yearning for an American heavyweight has surfaced once again. In this feature from THE RING Magazine, we break down the top U.S. big men by decade.
Mark Breland, who will work Deontay Wilder’s corner when the American heavyweight challenges Bermane Stiverne for the WBC title on Saturday, was one of the best amateur boxers ever. The former two-time welterweight titleholder spoke to RingTV.com about the best fighters he faced during his underrated pro career.