Images from Macau as the participants in Saturday’s Manny Pacquiao-Chris Algieri card stepped on the scales. Photos by Chris Farina/Top Rank.
Manny Pacquiao weighed 143.8 pounds, just under the catchweight of 144 pounds for his WBO welterweight title bout against Chris Algieri, who came in slightly over at 144.2 at Saturday morning’s weigh-in in Macau. Algieri returned to the scale and checked in at 143.6.
Chris Algieri’s unfolding “Rocky” story got a boost from the man himself at a Los Angeles press conference to promote Algieri’s Nov. 22 fight against Manny Pacquiao. Photos by Chris Farina – Top Rank.
In Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook, the seeds have been sown for a potential featherweight title unification bout between Vasyl Lomachenko and the winner of Nonito Donaire-Nicholas Walters.
Fans share their displeasure with the official scorecards of Arthur Abraham’s unanimous decision over Paul Smith, their excitement for Artur Beterbiev, plus their questions about Keith Thurman, Deontay Wilder, the Klitschko-Pulev fight and much more in this week’s Monday mailbag.
In Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook, former Golden Boy Promotions CEO Richard Schaefer insists he has no information regarding the current issues between Floyd Mayweather and Leonard Ellerbe.
Vasyl Lomachenko and Zou Shiming will support Manny Pacquiao’s WBO welterweight title defense against Chris Algieri on November 22 in Macao, China.
Junior welterweight prospect Jose Ramirez spoke to RingTV about pursing a college business degree, training at Wild Card Boxing Club for his first eight rounder on the Rios-Chaves undercard, fighting Vasyl Lomachenko during his extensive amateur career, making the 2012 U.S. Olympic team and sparring with Manny Pacquiao.
Click here for part one Saturday, June 21 (continued): Just before New Jersey junior middleweights Hakim Bryant and Al Johnson began their scheduled four-rounder, I turned to Aris and said, “Both of these guys are making their pro debuts. I remember Sean O’Grady saying during one episode of ‘Tuesday Night Fights’ on USA that […]
In Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook, we get an update on the sanctioning body summit in Cancun, Mexico and much more.
Boxing fans witnessed an exciting and interesting weekend, highlighted by Vasyl Lomachenko’s WBO featherweight title-winning victory over Gary Russell Jr., resulting in movement in THE RING’s divisional ratings.
Fans share their thoughts on Vasyl Lomachenko’s impressive WBO featherweight title-winning victory over Gary Russell Jr., Robert Guerrero’s 12-round slugfest with Yoshihiro Kamegai, Saturday’s Terence Crawford-Yuriorkis Gamboa lightweight showdown and other subjects in this week’s Monday mailbag. Enjoy!
Vasyl Lomachnko proved he is the better young prodigy by outpointing Gary Russell Jr. to win the vacant WBO featherwieght title Saturday in Carson, Calif.
Action shots from ringside at Vasyl Lomachenko’s titlewinning victory over Gary Russell Jr. and Devon Alexander’s comeback win over Jesus Soto Karass. Photos by Naoki Fukuda.
RING Magazine editor Michael Rosenthal shares his thoughts on Saturday’s entertaining Showtime tripleheader from StubHub Center in Carson, Calif. Video also includes post-fight comments from Vasyl Lomachenko, who outpointed Gary Russell Jr., and Robert Guerrero, who won a “crazy all-out war” with Yoshihiro Kamegai.
After going 1-1 in his first two pro fights, Vasyl Lomachenko went a long way toward validating the high expectations placed on him with a majority-decision victory over Gary Russell Jr.
Vasyl Lomachenko defeated Gary Russell Jr. by a majority decision to win the vacant WBO featherweight title Saturday at the StubHub Center.
RingTV reports from the final press conference of the Roberto Guerrero-Yoshihiro Kamegai headlined June 21 Showtime tripleheader, where Alan Massengale interviewed Guerrero, Golden Boy President Oscar De La Hoya, Vasyl Lomachenko and Gary Russell Jr.