Showtime’s Stephen Espinoza says Deontay Wilder will likely fight again in January and provided a short-list of RING-rated heavyweights as possible opponents.
Two world-class middleweights. Daniel Jacobs and Peter Quillin, will collide at the Barclays Center for serious bragging rights.
THE RING No. 1 rated welterweight, Kell Brook, faces Diego Chaves on Oct. 24 and the bout will be broadcast in the U.K. and the U.S.
How well did Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Andre Berto do in pay-per-view buys? Despite conflicting reports, we can all agree on one thing: Not that great.
Showtime Sports Executive VP and GM Stephen Espinoza gives a behind-the-scenes perspective on how the fight of the 21st century, between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao, finally came together.
Check out all the sights from today’s press conference at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles, where Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao weren’t the only unlikely duo in the house.
RING middleweight champion Miguel Cotto might have just signed the deal of a lifetime with Roc Nation Sports. But how will this pact affect his career from here on out? Michael Woods reports.
In yet another, “He said/he said” scenario, RING welterweight and junior middleweight champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. insists he’s trying his best to make a fight with Manny Pacquiao.
A rematch with Floyd Mayweather Jr. is “probably the biggest fight out there” for Miguel Cotto if the Puerto Rican star’s talks failed to produce a May 2 bout against Canelo Alvarez. That’s what Cotto’s adviser, Gaby Penagaricano said during an interview with RingTV.com last month. “We’re interested. If we end up not fighting Canelo because […]
With Al Haymon’s big deal with NBC in place, you’d think Showtime’s Stephen Espinoza would be somewhat intimidated. Seemingly, that’s not the case at all.
Although ongoing negotiations for a May 2 clash between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao “are making progress,” according to Stephen Espinoza, the Showtime Sports executive said, “we’ve got a long way to go” during a Thursday interview with RingTV.com.
In Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook, we learn who undefeated Tyson Fury faces next on his road to squaring off against RING heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko.
HBO is dusting off its star-making machine for Canelo Alvarez. The network did a good job with Oscar De La Hoya and Floyd Mayweather Jr. Now HBO is working hand-in-hand with De La Hoya and going to go head-to-head with Mayweather to establish the next star.
Stephen Espinoza said Canelo Alvarez’s move from Showtime to HBO was “deceitful” on the part of the fighter’s promoter, Golden Boy President Oscar De La Hoya. The Showtime Sports executive said De La Hoya discussed a multi-fight deal with Alvarez and Showtime just a few weeks ago.
During a Nevada State Athletic Commission hearing in which concerns regarding certain behaviors featured in Showtime’s “All Access” were addressed, Floyd Mayweather criticized editing aspects of the documentary-style program.
Showtime’s boxing boss Stephen Espinoza spoke to RingTV’s Bill Emes about the public and media backlash to the Danny Garcia-Rod Salka fight and Bernard Hopkins’ recent choice to fight Sergey Kovalev on HBO rather than face Adonis Stevenson on his network.
As “ShoBox: The New Generation” nears a milestone 200th episode, Gordon Hall and Steve Farhood reflect upon the shows’ impact on boxing with RingTV.com with tales of humor, sadness and inspiration.