Training camp has officially kicked off for Manny Pacquiao, who will face welterweight Timothy Bradley for the third time on April 9.
Filipino prospects John Vincent Moralde and Romero Duno maintained their unbeaten records with wins in General Santos City, Philippines on Saturday, but it wasn’t easy.
WBO bantamweight titlist Pungluang Sor Singyu kicked off his second reign with a successful defense against Jetro Pabustan.
Knockout CP Freshmart didn’t get the KO, but he got the win once more over Carlos Buitrago with a unanimous decision in Thailand.
In his first bout since losing a decision to Amnat Ruenroeng last March, Chinese flyweight Zou Shiming gave mainland fans a stoppage of Brazil’s Natan Coutinho.
Filipino junior featherweight Albert Pagara will face Yesner Talavera on Feb. 27 now that his original opponent, former titleholder Juan Carlos Sanchez, has dropped out.
Manny Pacquiao says his third fight against Tim Bradley will be his last. True or not, his ‘farewell’ party plan has left a lot of people confused.
Manny Pacquiao reiterated on Monday that his third bout with Tim Bradley will be the last fight of his career, and he wants to end it with a bang.
WBO strawweight titleholder Kosei Tanaka overcame a fifth-round knockdown to stop Filipino challenger Vic Saludar in Round 6 on New Year’s Eve in Japan.
At age 32, Japanese junior flyweight Akira Yaegashi showed he had enough left in the tank to box the fight of his life and earn another world title.
Former featherweight titleholder Evgeny Gradovich is rumored to be considering a move to 122 pounds to challenge Nonito Donaire, but first things first.
Fresh off his vacant WBO 122-pound title win over Cesar Juarez, Nonito Donaire looks to face anyone available in the division in 2016.
Shane Mosley scored his second-straight knockout win of the year, finishing Venezuelan Olympian Patrick Lopez at 2:00 of the 10th and final round.
On Feb. 27, unbeaten 115-pounder Albert Pagara will face former titlist Juan Carlos Sanchez Jr. in Cebu City, Philippines.
Marlon Tapales earned the mandatory challenger spot to the WBO bantamweight title with a second-round technical knockout of Shohei Omori.