On Friday night, undefeated lightweight Saul Rodriguez will face Ivan Najera on truTV’s ‘MetroPCS Friday Night Knockout.’
Undefeated lightweight Saul Rodriguez will face Ramsey Luna at the Churchill County Fairgrounds in Fallon, Nev. broadcast on “Solo Boxeo.”
Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. outpointed undersized Marcos Reyes on Saturday in El Paso, Texas. It wasn’t a good showing for Chavez, who may be beyond help.
Three months after a crippling stoppage loss to Andrzej Fonfara, can Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. turn his luck around on Saturday?
Bristling with newfound confidence under trainer Robert Garcia, lightweight Michael Angelo Perez seeks a win on Saturday night.
Featherweight contender Jesus Cuellar returns to action on Saturday against Vic Darchinyan at the StubHub Center in Carson, Calif. The bout will be televised live on NBC Sports Network.
On Saturday night, lightweight Saul Rodriguez and welterweight Alex Saucedo will share the spotlight in separate eight-round bouts at the Florentine Gardens in Hollywood, Calif. to be televised on UniMas’ “Solo Boxeo Tecate.”
On Friday, heavyweights Alexander Povetkin and Mike Perez will go head to head in Moscow, Russia for the opportunity to face WBC titlist Deontay Wilder.
Robert Garcia spoke to RingTV’s Dominic Verdin about training Brandon Rios for his fighter’s anticipated rubber match against Mike Alvarado on Saturday in Colorado. Garcia says if Rios, who he’s trained since the amateurs, does not win it could be his last fight.
In an interview recently conducted via HBO, Brandon Rios offered his opinion on facing former junior welterweight rival Mike Alvarado for a third time.
IBF featherweight titlist Evgeny Gradovich was understandably stunned as he was the recipient of a draw against Jayson Velez on Saturday night.
Could undefeated featherweight Jayson Velez defeat IBF titlist Evgeny Gradovich for his strap on Nov. 29? Velez’s trainer, Abel Sanchez certainly believes so.
Most of the buzz going into Saturday is over middleweight power-puncher Gennady Golovkin, but the man he’ll face is no slouch. Marco Antonio Rubio sports an impressive KO ratio of his own — 51 knockouts in 66 bouts — and will bring a formidable range of experience into the ring.