On Jan. 30, Karim Mayfield will step in for injured Ray Robinson against unbeaten Dmitry Mikhaylenko.
On Feb. 13, welterweight prospects Alex Saucedo and Clarence Booth will square off in the main event of UniMas’ ‘Solo Boxeo Tecate.’
On Jan. 19 in Los Angeles, welterweights Jamal James and Javier Molina are set to clash at Club Nokia in an FS1 broadcast.
Welterweights Pedro Campa and Aaron Herrera will square off in an HBO Latino/Top Rank Promotions main event on Dec. 12.
Having already faced Diego Chaves, welterweight Tim Bradley has a warning for IBF titlist Kell Brook, who faces Chaves on Oct. 24.
With Robert Garcia sidelined (again), Phil Lo Greco steps in to face undefeated welterweight Errol Spence Jr. on Saturday night in Las Vegas, Nev.
RING 140-pound champ Danny Garcia spoke to boxing media about his hard-fought majority decision over Lamont Peterson in their NBC-televised 143-pound catchweigth fight. Garcia talked about Peterson, moving to welterweight, facing Victor Postol and Adrien Broner, among other subjects.
This Saturday, NBC kicks off its “Premier Boxing Champions” series with a welterweight bout between Keith Thurman and Robert Guerrero. Anson Wainwright recently caught up with “The Ghost” to get his thoughts on the fight.
Undefeated welterweight Keith Thurman believes he might encounter rough tactics in his March 7 bout against Robert Guerrero, so he’s preparing accordingly.
Welterweight Josesito Lopez says a bout with former Andre Berto can only take him to the next level of prominence. Lopez-Berto kicks off Spike TV’s new “Premier Boxing Champions” show on March 13.
Champing at the bit to return to the ring, former welterweight titlist Shawn Porter is understandably excited to face Roberto Garcia March 13 on Spike TV.
With four top-10 welterweights in action this weekend, the results could determine who will be next in the ring with Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr.
With hopes of ultimately facing RING welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather Jr., undefeated Keith Thurman is looking to others in THE RING’s 147-pound ratings as future challenges.
Against the biggest test of his career, welterweight Sadam Ali pulled off a win most experts saw as impossible. Ali shared his thoughts with RingTV.com.