Middleweight star Gennady Golovkin’s second-round KO of Dominic Wade on Saturday was the most watched HBO boxing event in 2016 with 1,325,000 viewers.
Gennady Golovkin dispatched another overmatched foe on Saturday in Inglewood, California. Let’s hope he receives an actual test sometime in the near future.
Action shots from The Forum, where Gennady Golovkin made short work of Dominic Wade and Roman Gonzalez made longer-than-expected work of McWilliams Arroyo.
The Big (and Little) Drama Show continued as Gennady Golovkin and Roman Gonzalez won again at The Forum in Inglewood, California, the perfect arena for the duo.
Roman Gonzalez defended his RING and WBC flyweight titles with a near-shutout unanimous decision over very game challenger McWilliams Arroyo on Saturday.
Weigh-in shots for Saturday’s show at the Forum in Inglewood, California, starring pound-for-pounders Gennady Golovkin and Roman Gonzalez.
Pound-for-pounders Gennady Golovkin and Roman Gonzalez met their opponents in a civil setting for the last time before weighing in for Saturday’s fights.
WBA/IBF middleweight titleholder Gennady Golovkin, RING flyweight champ Roman Gonzalez and Chocolatito’s challenger, McWilliams Arroyo, discuss their April 23 bouts.
Roman Gonzalez is glad to co-feature another Gennady Golovkin event on April 23 but he hopes to top his own show soon, maybe vs. Juan Estrada or Naoya Inoue.
Pound-for-pound giants Gennady Golovkin and Roman Gonzalez took to the podium on Tuesday in Los Angeles to promote their April 23 fights.
If Chocolatito is successful in April, his promoter will look to put him in an HBO main event with Juan Francisco Estrada
RING flyweight champion Roman ‘Chocolatito’ Gonzalez will likely open the HBO’s April 23 telecast against either McWilliams Arroyo or Juan Hernandez.
One of few who put the little guys on boxing’s map, Humberto ‘Chiquita’ Gonzalez talks about today’s flyweights Roman Gonzalez and Juan Francisco Estrada.
Joe Gallagher spoke to RingTV.com in his first interview since being selected as the first U.K.-born Trainer of the Year, and the Englishman is understandably elated.
THE RING Fighter of the Year has been our most eagerly anticipated year-end award result for decades and the finalists for 2015 have really raised the bar.
RING 108-pound champ Donnie Nietes wants a shot at RING flyweight champ Roman Gonzalez but his management isn’t sure he’s ready to move to 112 pounds.