Is Dominic Wade really the second-best middleweight in the world? He won’t tell you outright but insists he’s going to defeat Gennady Golovkin on April 23.
Gennady Golovkin doesn’t want to wait two years to face Canelo Alvarez but Alvarez reportedly believes it will grow interest in their fight.
RING flyweight champion Roman ‘Chocolatito’ Gonzalez will likely open the HBO’s April 23 telecast against either McWilliams Arroyo or Juan Hernandez.
Shane Mosley and Ricardo Mayorga are past their primes but the two former champs put on a show on Saturday in Inglewood, California.
HBO executive Peter Nelson is echoing the sentiments of what many true fight fans have been insisting for years: It’s time to hail the little guys. And RING flyweight champion Roman Gonzalez leads the pack.
Tickets for the May 16 Gennady Golovkin-Willie Monroe Jr. WBA middleweight title fight, which takes place at The Forum in Inglewood, California, go on sale this Tuesday, March 17 at 12:00 p.m. PT.
HBO’s broadcast of Juan Manuel Marquez’s unanimous decision over Mike Alvarado generated a peak viewership of 1,322,000, making it the second most watched bout on cable so far in 2013 and this year, according to Nielsen Media Research on Tuesday.
Juan Manuel Marquez and Mike Alvarado spoke to the media after their hard and entertaining fight at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif., on May 17. Marquez, who scored a unanimous decision, was humble in victory. Alvarado was gracious in defeat. Marquez also spoke about a fifth bout with Manny Pacquiao.
Juan Manuel Marquez turned in a performance befitting his return to The Forum in Inglewood, Calif., where he first made his name in the 1990s, on Saturday. Marquez got up from a knockdown to outclass and outfight Mike Alvarado to an entertaining unanimous decision.
Everyone, from combatants Juan Manuel Marquez and Mike Alvarado to weigh-in co-host Tim Bradley, is promising a war tomorrow night at The Forum, in which a shot at Manny Pacquiao could be on the line.
Like most observers and fans, Juan Manuel Marquez believes Saturday night’s fight against Mike Alvarado is sure to be a war.
Juan Manuel Marquez isn’t looking past Saturday’s challenge of Mike Alvarado but knows a win can get him another bout against archrival Manny Pacquiao, whom the modern-day Mexican legend says was at his best in victory over Tim Bradley last month.
In the lead-up to Juan Manuel Marquez’s challenge of Mike Alvarado on May 17, two videos highlighting the four-division titlist are now available for viewing.
The build-up to Juan Manuel Marquez’s May 17 match with Mike Alvarado kicks off on April 19 with HBO’s broadcast of “Road to Marquez-Alvarado.”
K2 Promotions Managing Director Tom Loeffler chimes in on the $1 million dollar penalty in place should neither Gennady Golovkin nor Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. make the 168-pound limit for their tentative July 19 bout.
Top Rank CEO Bob Arum tells RingTV.com about a new stipulation in the build-up to a tentative super middleweight clash between Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. and WBA middleweight titlist Gennady Golovkin.
Alan Massengale reports from the Juan Manuel Marquez-Mike Alvarado press conference in Inglewood, Calif., where their fight marks boxing’s return to The Forum on May 17. Massengale spoke to Marquez, Alvarado and promoter Bob Arum.