The pound-for-pound debate has raged since Sugar Ray Robinson’s era. Who topped THE RING’s Pound-for-Pound rankings since the list was introduced in 1989?
Roman Gonzalez and Gennady Golovkin showed why they’re among the pound-for-pound best on Saturday but there’s debate on where GGG ranks in the P4P Top 5.
The promoter of RING junior flyweight champ Donnie Nietes is keen on matching his fighter with RING flyweight champ Roman Gonzalez in late 2016.
After having been stopped in his challenge for Roman Gonzalez’s RING flyweight championship, Brian Viloria is now contemplating his own future.
The “Double-G’s,” Roman Gonzalez and Gennady Golovkin, did what they were supposed to do on Saturday, turning supposedly competitive bouts into routs.
RingTV contributor Mitch Abramson makes the case for Gennady Golovkin to top the pound-for-pound list after his eighth-round win over David Lemieux.
Middleweight KO kings Gennady Golovkin and David Lemieux made weight for their anticipated HBO Pay Per View main event on Saturday.
Part Two of Diego Morilla’s expansive feature on Roman Gonzalez focuses on the great champion’s belief in God, his training regime and potential legacy.
Weigh-in photos for Saturday’s MSG card featuring Gennady Golovkin vs. David Lemieux and Roman Gonzalez vs. Brian Viloria.
Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez waited patiently to be recognized as the world’s finest pound for pound fighter and has also filled some very big shoes.
No. 1 pound-for-pounder Roman Gonzalez and Brian Viloria take to the podium one last time before Saturday’s bout at Madison Square Garden.
This Saturday night, a new, post-Floyd Mayweather Jr. era kicks off on HBO Pay-Per-View…and we couldn’t be more excited.
Flyweight champ Roman Gonzalez seems to relish his new role as the sport’s pound-for-pound No. 1 boxer as well as Saturday’s expected stern challenge from Brian Viloria.