Adrien Broner: “I know what fight can happen, and that’s me and [Manny] Pacquiao.”
Maria Matias, mother of Hector “Macho” Camacho: “I lost my son three days ago. He’s alive only because of a machine. My son is not alive. My son is only alive for the people who love him.”
Sugar Ray Leonard on being sexually abused as a teenager: “It knocked me down, but it didn’t knock me out.”
RingTV.com’s resident historian Lee Groves looked into the storied title-fight lineage of Las Vegas before working the CompuBox keys for Showtime’s big quadrupleheader topped by the Saul Alvarez-Josesito Lopez fight at the MGM Grand on Sept. 15.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. was entertaining during a Tuesday workout at his Las Vegas-based gym in preparation for his May 5 clash with WBA 154-pound titleholder Miguel Cotto.
Sugar Ray Leonard on Marvin Hagler, who he upset 25 years ago: “Roberto Duran came over and he leaned toward the ropes, and he told me, at my table: ‘Ray, you box him, you beat him.'”
Sugar Ray Leonard has shared his thoughts on his legendary showdown with Marvin Hagler, as well as his opinions on Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao, with RingTV.com.
Episodes of HBO’s 24/7 series featuring Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Miguel Cotto will be televised on CNN in advance of their May 5 fight at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
Sugar Ray Leonard on Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao: “I think Tommy Hearns knocks both of those guys out…I think I knock them out too.”
Sugar Ray Leonard discusses his new autobiography, the life it chronicles, and the success of Real Steel.
Five-division titlewinner Thomas Hearns, two- division beltwinner Mark “Too Sharp” Johnson and five-time Trainer of The Year Freddie Roach headline the 2012 International Hall of Fame ballot.
Larry Merchant discusses the fiery post-fight exchange with Floyd Mayweather Jr., and offers some opinions on how “Money” and Pacman would fare against past fighters.
Sugar Ray Leonard: “Could I beat Floyd Mayweather? Yeah, I mean, damn right I could beat Mayweather. But then again, if you asked him, what would he say? He would say the same thing about me.”
Of his choice to stand toe-to-toe with Jan Zaveck, Andre Berto said, ‘I wanted to come back and put on an exciting performance for the fans.’