Michael Koncz on Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao: "If the fans still want to see this fight, we're willing to do it."
Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Tim Bradley: "Amir Khan ducked me first. So before anybody wants to say that I ducked him, no, he ducked me."
Floyd Mayweather Jr. was found innocent on Wednesday of the charges leveled against him for allegedly threatening two security guards.
Alex Ariza considers it to be "a huge compliment" that rivals believe his fighters' success, including that of Manny Pacquiao and Amir Khan, is a result of performance enhancing drugs.
Trainer Freddie Roach predicts the outcome of Manny Pacquiao-Juan Manuel Marquez III, and discusses whether Tim Bradley, Floyd Mayweather or Amir Khan are in the Pac-Man's future.
Mike Lee, Mike Jones-Sebastian Lujan and the rematch between Pawel Wolak and Delvin Rodriguez stack the undercard of Miguel Cotto-Antonio Margarito II.
Nonito Donaire wants to deliver a classic performance when he debuts at New York's Madison Square Garden against Omar Narvaez on Oct. 22.
Trainer Danny Garcia warned referee Joe Cortez that Victor Ortiz would "throw a low blow or a head butt" if they felt Floyd Mayweather Jr. was fighting dirty.
Among promoter Lou DiBella's long-range goals is to see either Sergio Martinez or Andre Berto in against Manny Pacquiao or Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Rolando Arellano: "If the opportunity puts him in a position to go for a title, and Victor Ortiz doesn't mind playing the politics that go with that, then I'll go ahead and start to position him against a Devon Alexander."
Sugar Ray Leonard discusses his new autobiography, the life it chronicles, and the success of Real Steel.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. goes from Miami to Washington, D.C., in a weekend
Victor Ortiz's heart was in the right place, but his hands were down -- and that made him fair game for Floyd Mayweather's knockout punch.
Freddie Roach has the inside scoop on Lamont Peterson, and thinks he will be Amir Khan's toughest opponent yet.
Freddie Roach: "Tim Bradley ducked one of my guys, Amir Khan, and he would get knocked out by my other guy, Manny Pacquiao."
With the third fight against Juan Manuel Marquez approaching, Manny Pacquiao plans to make this the final word on who's better. So why have a rematch clause in the contract?
Lamont Peterson: "This is a dream come true for me. This is my chance right here to win two world titles right here in my home town."
WBO junior welterweight titleholder Tim Bradley believes that putting his career in Bob Arum's hands will make him a superstar.
Actor Hugh Jackman has "a funny feeling" that Manny Pacquiao would defeat Floyd Mayweather Jr. in a close fight.
Devon Alexander: "I still can't believe that I met President Barack Obama... I got to shake his hand. He looked me in the eye and said, 'Okay, nice to meet you son... do good.'"
Lamont Peterson's storied sparring session with Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Nonito Donaire's WBO and WBA defense against Omar Narvaez will be his last bantamweight bout before pursuing a junior featherweight fight against WBC beltholder Toshiaki Nishioka.
Lamont Peterson says he won't allow Amir Khan to defeat him in his own back yard when they meet in Washington, D.C., on Dec. 10.
Undefeated heavyweight Seth Mitchell aims to validate assertions that he could be America's next titleholder.
The tour to promote "Capitol Showdown: Khan vs. Peterson" kicks off with press conferences in London and Washington, D.C. this week.
Tim Bradley: "I've never met Manny Pacquiao, but I know a lot about him from reading his book. So because we're on the same show, it will be the first time I've ever met him."
Recently slated to face Amir Khan, and having already fought Lamont Peterson, Tim Bradley struggles to pick a winner in the upcoming bout between the two.
Paulie Malignaggi wants to be where the action is, and has set his sights on the top now that he is part of the welterweight division.
Victor Ortiz has released a final plea for a rematch with Floyd Mayweather, saying it's not about the money, but "for the integrity, the dignity and the honor of our sport and for the fans."
Lou DiBella: "So Manny Pacquiao should fight Juan Manuel Marquez -- a guy who is two weight classes below him -- and Sergio Martinez should fight two guys that nobody has ever heard of?"
Oscar De La Hoya quips that he will fight Floyd Mayweather Jr. once again.
Brandon Rios: "Everybody says that Yuriorkis Gamboa is something very special, Gamboa is this and Gamboa is that. But honestly, I want to see what everybody's talking about."
Victor Ortiz: "Personally, I think that was a cheap shot." Kevin Cunningham: "Victor took it to the streets... Floyd finished it."
Vicente Escobedo outlasted Rocky Juarez in a must-win fight for both former U.S. Olympians on Saturday night in Indio, Calif.
Bob Arum: "There's one word that I want to leave them with and that's retaliation. I'm not going to get angry, I'm not going to get bitter at what they did, but man am I going to get even in spades."
Robert Guerrero: "Floyd Mayweather, Manny Pacquiao -- those are young fighters' dream fights, and I personally think that it's their obligation to give the best of the best a chance."
Miguel Cotto: "My swelling over my face, and I had received punches in fights before, but it was never like that when this fight was over."
Bernard Hopkins: "Boxing is like dealing with a [prostitute.] You've got to protect yourself at all times. If you don't protect yourself at all times, then the repercussions can and most likely will be fierce."
Larry Merchant discusses the fiery post-fight exchange with Floyd Mayweather Jr., and offers some opinions on how "Money" and Pacman would fare against past fighters.
Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s victory over Victor Ortiz on Saturday -- as strange as it was -- put us in a familiar position: Trying to determine who is the top dog, Mayweather or Manny Pacquiao. "Money" won't like our decision.
Oscar De La Hoya said Victor Ortiz's headbutts were "uncalled for," Floyd Mayweather's actions were "bad sportsmanship," and that referee Joe Cortez "fell asleep during the fight."
Alexander wants Berto before Ortiz gets a rematch
How did RingTV.com's Lem Satterfield, who was ringside for the Floyd Mayweather-Victor Ortiz welterweight showdown on Saturday, grade the mega-event and its participants? Read on and find out.
Roger Mayweather: "When Victor Ortiz gets his a-- whipped, he's going to say the same thing that all of the rest of them said: 'Aw, I could have, or I would have, or I should have.' But you didn't."
Sugar Ray Leonard: "Could I beat Floyd Mayweather? Yeah, I mean, damn right I could beat Mayweather. But then again, if you asked him, what would he say? He would say the same thing about me."
Devon Alexander's signing with Golden Boy coincides with his plans to rise from junior welterweight into the welterweight ranks.
Seth Mitchell's third round knockout raised his mark to 23-0-1 and was his 17th stoppage, while Felix Diaz improved to 10-0 with a unanimous decision.
Victor Ortiz did not choke when Floyd Mayweather Jr. grabbed him by the throat at Friday's pre-fight weigh-in.