After their junior featherweight unification fight, Carl Frampton and Scott Quigg both say they want to face 122-pound champion Guillermo Rigondeaux next.
After three heartbreaking losses in world title fights, British super middleweight George Groves believes he now has the team in place to make it fourth time lucky.
On Feb. 27, Leo Santa Cruz will defend his WBC featherweight title against former junior featherweight beltholder Kiko Martinez.
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.
Fresh off his vacant WBO 122-pound title win over Cesar Juarez, Nonito Donaire looks to face anyone available in the division in 2016.
If the February 27 world title fight between Frampton and Quigg is a sign of things to come then 2016 might be one of the most memorable years in boxing for a long time.
Anthony Crolla gets a second chance at title glory when he faces WBA beltholder Darleys Perez in a rematch of their July encounter that ended in a draw.
Despite lengthy talks, it looks like a showdown between undefeated featherweights Carl Frampton and Scott Quigg is closer to reality.
Carl Frampton might not have lived up to his billing but he certainly had a successful night against Alejandro Gonzalez Jr. in his U.S. debut Saturday night.
Guillermo Rigondeaux’s manager tells RingTV that talks have begun with Eddie Hearn in regard to a future Scott Quigg-Rigondeaux fight in Manchester.
Darleys Perez, Anthony Crolla, Scott Quigg and Kiko Martinez have all weighed in inside their respective division limits ahead of a stacked show in Manchester.
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.