In Part Three of his latest journal, ‘The Travelin’ Man’ Lee Groves returns to Canastota, New York for the remainder of the 2016 IBHOF Induction Weekend.
RingTV.com’s Lee Groves was on the road again, this time returning to Canastota, New York, for the 2016 International Boxing Hall of Fame Weekend.
Two legendary figures – Sugar Ray Leonard and Jerry Izenberg – on Sunday joined the ranks of those who have fallen under the spell of “Boxing’s hometown.”
Four Golden Boy Promotions prospects recorded victories on Sugar Ray Leonard’s charity fight card Wednesday in Hollywood, California.
BJ Flores was critical of Beibut Shumenov after losing a decision on July 25, but Sugar Ray Leonard had a different take on the Kazakhstani’s technique.
Think Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Andre Berto is sub par? Tom Gray shares a list of previous championship bouts that also fell short in quality.
Sugar Ray Leonard spoke to RingTV’s Dominic Verdin after the debut show of “PBC on NBC” at MGM Grand in Las Vegas on Saturday. The living legend talked about the importance of boxing’s return to prime-time network TV, Adrien Broner’s potential, and gave his thoughts on the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight (but no prediction).
Fans share their thoughts on the Keith Thurman-Robert Guerrero fight, what might be next for both welterweights who (in the opinion of many fans, but certainly not all) made the debut of PBC on NBC a success, and also give their opinions on the broadcast of boxing’s return to prime-time network TV in this week’s Monday mailbag. Enjoy!
It’s been nearly 30 years since championship boxing has been broadcast on NBC in prime time. Former heavyweight champion Larry Holmes fought on that card on May 20, 1985 and shares his experience and thoughts on the sport’s return on Saturday night.
Echoing the sentiments of many a fan and pundit, undefeated welterweight Keith Thurman says Al Haymon’s deal with NBC is a blessing and good for the sport.
Just when you think boxing on free TV is a great thing, the news gets better: As part of NBC’s ‘Premier Boxing Champions’ series, fighters will undergo stringent drug-testing and brain studies.
Tasked with providing expert commentary for NBC’s new boxing series, ‘Premier Boxing Champions,’ Sugar Ray Leonard believes Al Haymon and the network put ‘good pressure’ on premium cable giants HBO and Showtime.
Thirty-five years ago today, boxing observers believed they would witness a rare event – the coronation of two superstars: Sugar Ray Leonard, who was favored to beat WBC welterweight titleholder Wilfredo Benitez, and Marvelous Marvin Hagler, a 4-to-1 choice to unseat undisputed middleweight champion Vito Antuofermo.