Undefeated welterweight Keith Thurman says that since Robert Guerrero is relatively new to the 147-pound scene, ‘One Time’ will be ‘The Ghost’s’ toughest challenge to date.
Having previously turned down a bout with undefeated welterweight Keith Thurman, former two-division titlist Robert Guerrero now thinks “One Time” is a unique opponent. They square off on March 7.
Though the bout will be held at a catchweight of 143-pounds, IBF junior welterweight titlist Lamont Peterson believes he will face RING champion Danny Garcia at the right time of their careers on April 11.
Just when you think boxing on free TV is a great thing, the news gets better: As part of NBC’s ‘Premier Boxing Champions’ series, fighters will undergo stringent drug-testing and brain studies.
Tasked with providing expert commentary for NBC’s new boxing series, ‘Premier Boxing Champions,’ Sugar Ray Leonard believes Al Haymon and the network put ‘good pressure’ on premium cable giants HBO and Showtime.
Al Haymon and NBC announced their new boxing series on Wednesday. The first significant fights of the new series includes a March 7 doubleheader in Las Vegas topped by Robert Guerrero-Keith Thurman and Adrien Broner-John Molina, and an April 11 junior welterweight showdown between RING champ Danny Garcia and IBF beltholder Lamont Peterson.
In the interest of making the best fights possible, Golden Boy Promotions President Oscar De La Hoya says he’s planning to discuss these possibilities with advisor Al Haymon.
Golden Boy Promotions president and founder Oscar De La Hoya told RingTV.com that he’d like to match WBC 122-pound beltholder against three-division titleholder Abner Mares, as well as a welterweight showdown between Amir Khan and Robert Guerrero.
Every time Floyd Mayweather Jr. fights, people ask if his nimble legs have finally deserted him. Particularly after a couple fights in which he stayed in the pocket more than usual. And so we must now ask: Have Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s nimble legs finally deserted him?
Click here for part one Saturday, June 21 (continued): Just before New Jersey junior middleweights Hakim Bryant and Al Johnson began their scheduled four-rounder, I turned to Aris and said, “Both of these guys are making their pro debuts. I remember Sean O’Grady saying during one episode of ‘Tuesday Night Fights’ on USA that […]
In Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook, we get an update on the sanctioning body summit in Cancun, Mexico and much more.
Boxing fans witnessed an exciting and interesting weekend, highlighted by Vasyl Lomachenko’s WBO featherweight title-winning victory over Gary Russell Jr., resulting in movement in THE RING’s divisional ratings.
Fans share their thoughts on Vasyl Lomachenko’s impressive WBO featherweight title-winning victory over Gary Russell Jr., Robert Guerrero’s 12-round slugfest with Yoshihiro Kamegai, Saturday’s Terence Crawford-Yuriorkis Gamboa lightweight showdown and other subjects in this week’s Monday mailbag. Enjoy!
Vasyl Lomachnko proved he is the better young prodigy by outpointing Gary Russell Jr. to win the vacant WBO featherwieght title Saturday in Carson, Calif.
See what photographer Naoki Fukuda brought back from Carson, Calif., where Robert Guerrero returned to the ring for 12 rounds of brawling with Yoshihiro Kamegai.
RING Magazine editor Michael Rosenthal shares his thoughts on Saturday’s entertaining Showtime tripleheader from StubHub Center in Carson, Calif. Video also includes post-fight comments from Vasyl Lomachenko, who outpointed Gary Russell Jr., and Robert Guerrero, who won a “crazy all-out war” with Yoshihiro Kamegai.
Robert Guerrero got back in the win column with a unanimous 12-round decision over Japanese slugger Yoshihiro Kamegai on Saturday in Carson, Calif., but it was a hard-earned victory as both welterweights dished out tremendous punishment in a back-and-forth brawl.
The Robert Guerrero-Yoshihiro Kamegai main event for Saturday’s Showtime tripleheader has been overshadowed by the Gary Russell Jr.-Vasyl Lomachenko featherweight co-feature but the welterweights don’t mind. Both are just itching to fight.
Featherweights Gary Russell Jr. and Vasyl Lomachenko, welterweights Robert Guerrero and Yoshihiro Kamegai, and junior middleweights Devon Alexander and Jesus Soto Karass on the scales. Photos by Naoki Fukuda.