After a promotional change earlier in the year and a fight postponement due to injury, undefeated junior featherweight contender Carl Frampton is ready to make up for lost time. The popular Belfast native, who fights Jeremy Parodi in his hometown on Saturday, has set sights on UK rival Scott Quigg and newly crowned IBF beltholder Kiko Martinez.
Junior welterweight Ruslan Provodnikov, who will face WBO beltholder Mike Alvarado on Oct. 19, said that he is pulling for both Tim Bradley and Manny Pacquiao in their respective fights with Juan Manuel Marquez and Brandon Rios.
As part of the wrap-up to last Saturday’s majority decision by Floyd Mayweather Jr. over Canelo Alvarez, Showtime will air the final episode of All Access: Mayweather vs. Canelo.
In part 2 of this in-depth interview, promoter Eddie Hearn discusses the upcoming heavyweight clash between David Haye and Tyson Fury, Nathan Cleverly’s fall from grace, plus the possibility of matching welterweight Kell Brook against a certain outspoken bloke from Cincinnati, and more.
Negotiations are ongoing for an early September fight between heavyweights Seth Mitchell and Chris Arreola.
Anthony Crolla scored a majority decision over Gavin Rees in a 12-round lightweight clash of British standouts on Saturday in Bolton, England. On the undercard, junior featherweight contender Scott Quigg remained undefeated with a third-round TKO of William Prado.
Ricky Hatton has expressed anger and disappointment over Scott Quigg’s defection to rival British promoter Eddie Hearn and revealed the unbeaten junior featherweight contender snubbed an offer to fight in America under Golden Boy Promotions.
The respectful rivalry between undefeated UK junior featherweight contenders Carl Frampton and Scott Quigg continued to build following Frampton’s ninth-round TKO of Kiko Martinez in his native Belfast, Northern Ireland, on Saturday.
Carl Frampton passed his sternest test yet in flying colors with a ninth-round stoppage of Kiko Martinez in a war to claim the European 122-pound title at the Odyssey Arena in his native Belfast, Northern Ireland, on Saturday.
Chuck Giampa, the new Chairman of THE RING Ratings Committee, details this week’s changes to the magazine’s divisional ratings, highlighted by Robert Guerrero’s welterweight rise following his gusty decision victory over Andre Berto.
Robert Guerrero won’t dazzle anyone with his performances but he’s damned hard to beat, as Andre Berto discovered on Saturday night in Ontario, Calif.
Teen prospect Julian Ramirez is advanced for his age but that doesn’t mean he didn’t learn a thing or two sparring with undefeated 122-pound contender Scott Quigg recently. Ramirez will open the Solo Boxeo broadcast on Saturday.