Former RING junior welterweight champion Danny Garcia and Robert Guerrero will meet in Jan. 2016. But is it a fight fans really want?
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.
Miguel Cotto deserves credit for his knockout victory over Daniel Geale on Saturday in Brooklyn but we shouldn’t get carried away.
Welterweight contender Robert Guerrero survived a knockdown and the aggression of Aron Martinez to earn a hard-fought split decision in the main event of a “PBC on NBC” card on Saturday at StubHub Center in Carson, California. Guerrero, who was dropped at the end of Round 4, won by scores of 97-92, 95-94, 94-95.
Roberto Guerrero weighed in at 145.6 pounds for his welterweight main event on Saturday against Aron Martinez, who weighed 146.6 pounds. Guerrero-Martinez headlines a “PBC on NBC” afternoon show from StubHub Center in Carson, California. The weigh-in results for entire card can be viewed on the official bout sheet.
Without a single belt on the line, RING junior welterweight champion Danny Garcia and IBF titlist Lamont Peterson hope to engage in a higher level of performance on April 11 on NBC.
Yoshihiro Kamegai has yet to win a fight televised in the U.S., but the Japanese slugger says he’s learned from each setback and intends to bring improved game – along with his usual fireworks – to his Friday showdown with Alfonso Gomez on Fox Sports 1.
Welterweight contender Robert Guerrero gave Keith Thurman credit for winning their 12-round title bout at MGM Grand in Las Vegas on Saturday, but the rugged veteran, who got up from a ninth-round knockdown and pressed the rest of the fight, said he won over the fans watching on NBC during the post-fight press conference.
Fans share their thoughts on the Keith Thurman-Robert Guerrero fight, what might be next for both welterweights who (in the opinion of many fans, but certainly not all) made the debut of PBC on NBC a success, and also give their opinions on the broadcast of boxing’s return to prime-time network TV in this week’s Monday mailbag. Enjoy!
Abner Mares wanted to put on a show for the fans that tuned into the “PBC on NBC” broadcast on Saturday. However, illness prevented him from being 100 percent against Arturo Santos Reyes, who he outpointed over 10 rounds. Still, Mares is targeting Leo Santa Cruz for his next bout.
Keith Thurman and Robert Guerrero made up for the lackluster Adrien Broner-John Molina fight with a 12-round welterweight barnburner that was the perfect way to debut the inaugural “PBC on NBC” show in front of a raucous 10,106 fans at the MGM Grand Garden on Saturday in Las Vegas.
Keith Thurman outclassed Roberto Guerrero to win a unanimous decision in a 12-round welterweight bout on NBC’s Premier Boxing Champions card Saturday in Las Vegas.
Weigh-in photos for Saturday’s “Premier Boxing Champion” show featuring Keith Thurman vs. Robert Guerrero, Adrien Broner vs. John Molina and Abner Mares vs. Arturo Santos Reyes.
It’s been nearly 30 years since championship boxing has been broadcast on NBC in prime time. Former heavyweight champion Larry Holmes fought on that card on May 20, 1985 and shares his experience and thoughts on the sport’s return on Saturday night.