Junior featherweight Guillermo Rigondeaux has been stripped of his RING championship after going almost three years without a Top 5 opponent.
Tyson Fury, whose stunning upset of Wladimir Klitschko on Nov. 28 breathed energy into a lifeless division, has been named THE RING Fighter of the Year for 2015.
Flyweight champ Roman Gonzalez seems to relish his new role as the sport’s pound-for-pound No. 1 boxer as well as Saturday’s expected stern challenge from Brian Viloria.
The “retirement” of Floyd Mayweather Jr. left a void at the top of the RING Pound-for-Pound list. It was filled by a small wonder.
THE RING Magazine brand moves into the future with live streams of two fight cards every month on digital media players Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire.
From THE RING Magazine’s series on the International Boxing Hall of Fame’s Class of 2015, boxing scribe Bernard Fernandez profiles Riddick Bowe, the two-time heavyweight world titleholder who might’ve gone even higher had he faced more of his contemporaries.
The May 2 showdown between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao has been building up for more than five years and THE RING magazine has followed the rise and collision course of both future hall of famers. Be sure to order the digital edition of the May 2015 edition of THE RING previewing the super fight.
Two-time world titleholder Paul Williams has endured many dark moments since he was paralyzed in a motorcycle accident in 2012 but has built a new life and dreams big.
With Bermane Stiver-Deontay Wilder just a day away, the yearning for an American heavyweight has surfaced once again. In this feature from THE RING Magazine, we break down the top U.S. big men by decade.