Australian boxer Davey Browne Jr., who collapsed in the ring after being knocked out in the 12th round of his fight on Friday, Sept. 11, has died from his injuries.
Michael Zerafa’s manager says the young middleweight is feeling “good” after his frightening KO by Peter Quillin and will return home to Australia on Sunday.
In light of the recent Thomas Hauser piece alleging illegal IV use by Floyd Mayweather, Manny Pacquiao speaks out.
Persistent heavyweight Shannon Briggs stopped an overmatched Mike Marrone on Saturday in Florida and then, yes, called out Wladimir Klitschko.
Mike Marrone, who had retired from boxing, returns to face former heavyweight champ Shannon Briggs on Saturday in Hollywood, Florida.
David Lemieux is approaching his middleweight unification bout against Gennady Golovkin with a confidence that defies the odds against him.
Steve Cunningham made no accusations going into Friday’s fight against Antonio Tarver but said he’d sue any opponent who tested positive for PEDs.
Cruiserweight titleholder Marco Huck is fighting in the U.S. for the first time, has a new trainer and a new promoter (himself), and that’s just the beginning of his new plan.
It may finally be lights out for the boxing career of James Toney, as the 46-year-old lost a 10-round unanimous decision to journeyman Charles Ellis on Saturday.
Despite Brian Viloria’s continued rise in the flyweight rankings, he’s not yet considered a candidate to face RING champion Roman Gonzalez.
Former two-weight world titleholder Brian Viloria had an easy time dispatching Omar Soto on Saturday night but now looks to challenge the very best.
Junior bantamweight contender Arthur Villanueva suffered his first career defeat, a technical decision to McJoe Arroyo in a vie for the vacant IBF title.
Cesar Cuenca got off the canvas to outpoint Ik Yang by a unanimous decision and win the vacant IBF 140-pound title on Saturday in Macau. Cuenca improved to 48-0.
Nonito Donaire Jr., who fights in Macau on Saturday, says he must go back to a hit-and-not-get-hit boxing style in order to remain in the sport at the world-class level.