Canelo Alvarez was fortunate to emerge victorious and Erislandy Lara was frustrated by a controversial decision but both took a step forward.
Lightweight titleholder Terence Crawford’s sensational knockout of Yuriorkis Gamboa on Saturday night was a breakthrough victory.
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.
Chris Algieri took an unusual path to the WBO junior welterweight title, which he took from Ruslan Provodnikov on Saturday.
Adonis Stevenson won his title defense against Andrzej Fonfara on Saturday in Montreal. Fonfara won the hearts of those who saw it.
Juan Manuel Marquez was the black sheep in the Mexican triumvirate that included Marco Antonio Barrera and Erik Morales but has outlasted the others and emerged as the enduring star, which he proved once again with a dominant decision over Mike Alvarado.
Bernard Hopkins, nine months shy of 50, gives us another age-defying performance, dominating Beibut Shumenov to unify two light heavyweight titles.
Manny Pacquiao might not be quite the fighter he once was but he proved in his rematch with Tim Bradley that he remains a force in boxing.
Danny Garcia survives an inspired attempt by challenger Mauricio Herrera to take his RING championship in Puerto Rico.
Canelo Alvarez demonstrated in a dominating victory over Alfredo Angulo that he won’t allow his frustrating loss to Floyd Mayweather Jr. to cause significant damage to his career.
Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. prepared properly for his rematch with Bryan Vera and it paid off with a convincing victory on Saturday.
Lamont Peterson, Mikey Garcia and Marco Huck all shined on a busy Saturday, retaining their major world title belts against respectable opposition in impressive fashion.
BIGGEST WINNER Jean Pascal: Pascal re-established himself as a major player in the light heavyweight division by easily outpointing a strangely inactive Luce Bute on Saturday in Montreal. That said, Pascal wasn’t particularly impressive. He did enough to win most rounds by punching in fierce, but relatively few flurries, perhaps to preserve energy. He clearly […]
Marcos Maidana stunned Adrien Broner and the boxing world on Saturday in San Antonio, demonstrating in the process that he probably is better than many believed he was.