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RingTv image Q&A: Takashi Uchiyama

Q&A: Takashi Uchiyama

THE RING’s No. 1-rated junior lightweight Takashi Uchiyama looks to defend his WBA title on New Year’s Eve for the fifth consecutive year against Oliver Flores. If successful, Uchiyama wants to unify major belts.

RingTv image Dougie’s Monday mailbag

Dougie’s Monday mailbag

Fans from around the world share thoughts on Bradley-Rios, the Charlo twins, Guillermo Rigondeuax, the Mayweather/”IV Gate” story, the WBA, and interesting mythical matchups in this week’s Monday mailbag.

RingTv image Nicholas Walters remains undefeated but gains little else

Nicholas Walters remains undefeated but gains little else

Nicholas Walters lost his featherweight belt on the scales but he remained unbeaten by scoring a unanimous decision over Miguel Marriaga on Saturday in New York City. However, the overweight “Axe Man” failed to chop down his amateur rival the way he had so many previous opponents and didn’t entertain the fans inside Madison Square Garden’s Theater.

RingTv image A deeper dive into PBC on NBC

A deeper dive into PBC on NBC

Was the inaugural episode of NBC’s ‘Premier Boxing Champions’ everything it was cracked up to be? Michael Woods takes a deeper look into the ‘re-branding of boxing.’

RingTv image Video: Angel Garcia talks Garcia-Peterson, rips WBC, WBA

Video: Angel Garcia talks Garcia-Peterson, rips WBC, WBA

Angel Garcia spoke with RingTV’s Bill Emes immediately following his son Danny’s devastating KO against Rod Salka. Garcia spoke about the victory, his son’s move to 147 pounds, possible fight with Lamont Peterson, and his disgust with the WBC and WBA for ruling to strip his son had he lost the non-title bout vs. Salka.