Recent Hall of Fame electees Freddie Roach, Mark "Too Sharp" Johnson and ring announcer Michael Buffer will be on hand for Saturday's Amir Khan-Lamont Peterson fight.
With Saturday night's postponement of the Wladimir Klitschko-Jean Marc Mormeck fight, American Seth Mitchell finds himself in the spotlight against Timur Ibragimov.
After landing in Washington, D.C., Amir Khan hopes to land his 27th career victory over Lamont Peterson on Saturday.
Freddie Roach called Amir Khan-Lamont Peterson "a great fight," and said that he wants Floyd Mayweather next for Manny Pacquiao.
Amir Khan on a recent run-in with Tim Bradley: "I said something like, 'you ought to grow some balls.'"
Trainer Freddie Roach will call the Dec. 3 bout between WBA "regular" heavyweight beltholder Alexander Povetkin and Cedric Boswell.
Fighting siblings Lamont and Anthony Peterson are giving back to Washington, D.C., the community which produced them.
WBA/IBF 140-pound titleholder Amir Khan and his trainer Freddie Roach say he's ready for his Dec. 10 defense against Lamont Peterson. Khan says he will likely move up to the welterweight division in 2012.
Amir Khan will fight Lamont Peterson on Sky Sports for the first time since he vanquished Marcos Maidana in December
Bob Arum is targeting a Brandon Rios-Yuriorkis Gamboa fight for sometime in 2012, but says that Tim Bradley is a distant possibility for Manny Pacquiao.
Freddie Roach could have Amir Khan, Jorge Linares, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. and Manny Pacquiao training at his Wild Card Boxing Club this week.
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."
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."
Richard Schaefer: "Maybe Amir Khan should be like Manny Pacquiao. Maybe he should run for president."
Lamont Peterson's storied sparring session with Floyd Mayweather Jr.
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.
Richard Schaefer: "Amir Khan will definitely fight Lamont Peterson in Washington, D.C., and Seth Mitchell will definitely be on the card there."
Richard Schaefer: "We of course, are going to invite Mrs. [Hillary] Clinton, and I know that Amir Khan and all of us would certainly like to extend an invitation to [President Barack Obama] as well."
Devon Alexander's signing with Golden Boy coincides with his plans to rise from junior welterweight into the welterweight ranks.
Khan-Peterson could showcase Mitchell or Russell in the Nation's Capitol
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.
Amir Khan has fought twice in Las Vegas, once in New York, and now could face Lamont Peterson in either Washington, D.C., or Detroit.
Source: Amir Khan could defend his belts against Lamont Peterson on Dec. 10, with Detroit, Washington, D.C., and, Montreal being considered for the site
Floyd Mayweather Jr.: "I'm going to finish you off." Victor Ortiz: "I'm going to put you on your (butt)."
Victor Ortiz on Floyd Mayweather: 'I have nothing to lose, man. Absolutely nothing. What does he have? He's got everything that I want.'
WBC welterweight titleholder Victor Ortiz hopes to make Floyd Mayweather Jr. yet another knockdown victim.
Although negotiations with Amir Khan failed the first time, it appears that an IBF defense against Lamont Peterson is 'going to go down,' said Peterson's manager.
Victor Ortiz is looking to be his "Vicious" namesake against Floyd Mayweather in defense of his WBC welterweight belt on Sept. 17
Richard Schaefer is targeting Abner Mares-Joseph Agbeko II for Dec. 3 and says that Robert Guerrero's MRI revealed "no broken bones" in his shoulder.
Amir Khan might just have the inside track over training stablemate Manny Pacquiao in the race to fight Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Aging Erik Morales aims to prove his detractors wrong once again in his upcoming WBC junior welterweight title bout against Lucas Matthysse