Terence Crawford turned what was supposed to be a close fight against Viktor Postol into a showcase for his very special talents Saturday in Las Vegas.
Big punching WBC heavyweight titleholder Deontay Wilder continues to polish his skills as he sets his sights on the best heavyweights in the world.
Blue-collar fighter Joe Smith Jr. had his “Rocky” moment by stopping Andrzej Fonfara on Saturday on national television and might just be getting started.
The Charlo brothers — Jermall and Jermell — have become the first twins to hold world titles in the same division simultaneously. And they might just be getting started.
Canelo Alvarez gave the fans what they expected and wanted on Saturday night, a dramatic knockout of Amir Khan. Now Gennady Golovkin looms.
Badou Jack and James DeGale ensured a super middleweight title-unification bout later this year in spite of strange scoring in the former’s fight Saturday.
Gennady Golovkin dispatched another overmatched foe on Saturday in Inglewood, California. Let’s hope he receives an actual test sometime in the near future.
If Errol Spence is as good as he looked during his fifth-round knockout of Chris Algieri on Saturday, the rest of the welterweights had better be concerned.
Jessie Vargas’ brutal knockout victory over Sadam Ali to win the vacant WBO welterweight title Saturday changed the way he’s perceived.
Sergey Kovalev’s demolition of Jean Pascal in their rematch Saturday brings him another step closer to a fascinating showdown with Andre Ward.
There were no losers in the entertaining Danny Garcia-Robert Guerrero welterweight fight on Saturday at Staples Center in Los Angeles.
Deontay Wilder didn’t look particularly good against Artur Szpilka but got the job done with his ever-present ace in the hole — his punching power — on Saturday in Brooklyn
Billy Joe Saunders’ performance against Andy Lee on Saturday night was more solid than spectacular but also a big step in the new middleweight titleholder’s career.
Daniel Jacobs made the most of the biggest opportunity of his career, knocking out then-unbeaten Peter Quillin in the first round Saturday in Brooklyn.
Tyson Fury’s stunning victory over Wladimir Klitschko on Saturday can be attributed in good part to Klitschko’s inexplicable inactivity but the new champ deserves credit.
Canelo Alvarez’s convincing victory over Miguel Cotto wasn’t a thriller but it was a big step in the career of the young Mexican.