Fans have waited patiently for Anthony Joshua to get tagged and it happened tonight in London, England, but the perpetrator paid a heavy price for the infringement.
British star George Groves, who is rated No. 6 by THE RING at 168 pounds, will return on Jan. 30 in London and is on the hunt for a fourth world title shot
Callum Smith lives up to the hype with a first-round blowout of local rival Rocky Fielding and THE RING No. 10 rated super middleweight moves on to bigger game.
British middleweight Chris Eubank Jr. will have had tougher times in sparring than he did with Tony Jeter but moves on to an intriguing collision in December.
English heavyweight David Price watched Deontay Wilder successfully defend his WBC title for the first time on Saturday and then insisted he saw nothing to suggest he cannot take down the undefeated American sensation.
Unbeaten British junior featherweight Kid Galahad has vowed to clear his name after being handed a two-year ban from boxing following a failed drug test.
Despite fierce competition from rival networks, Sky Sports has secured the broadcasting rights to the $300 million megabout between welterweight superstars Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao.
Looking to dust himself off rather soon after his lightweight title loss to Terence Crawford, Ricky Burns will return to the ring on June 27 against Dejan Zlaticanin in Scotland.
Former light heavyweights Nathan Cleverly and Tony Bellew, now cruiserweights, move toward a possible rematch as they co-headline a big card in Liverpool on July 12.
The partnership between UK boxing promoter Matchroom Sport and Sky Sports television is to be extended by a further two years, it was announced Friday.
Danish star Mikkel Kessler enters his anticipated May 25 rematch with Carl Froch with a deep respect for his rival and fellow super middleweight veteran. “We have both fought all over the world,” Kessler told RingTV.com, “that’s what champions do, fight the best everywhere.”
Carl Froch’s super middleweight title unification bout with rival Mikkel Kessler at the O2 Arena in London on May 25 will mark Sky’s return to pay-per-view boxing for the first time since the David Haye-Wladimir Klitschko debacle.