Referee Kenny Bayless on Juan Manuel Marquez-Manny Pacquiao IV: "When the bell rang for the first round, I could actually really see that it wasn't going to go the distance."
THE RING editor Michael Rosenthal gives his thoughts on Juan Manuel Marquez's shocking sixth-round KO of arch-rival Manny Pacquiao from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, the site of the future hall of famers fourth fight.
All the action from the fourth fight in this epic series, ending with Juan Manuel Marquez's sixth-round knockout of Manny Pacquiao.
Bouts from the undercard of Marquez-Pacquiao IV, featuring Yuriorkis Gamboa vs. Michael Farenas, Miguel Vazquez vs. Mercito Gesta and Javier Fortuna vs. Patrick Hyland.
Juan Manuel Marquez's shocking sixth-round knockout avenged his two losses and a draw to Manny Pacquiao in shocking fashion on Saturday at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
Yuriorkis Gamboa rose from a ninth-round knockdown after twice dropping Michael Farenas on the way to Saturday night's unanimous decision for the WBA's interim junior lightweight belt.
IBF lightweight beltholder Miguel Vazquez easily decisioned Mercito Gesta for his 12th straight win.
Featherweight Javier Fortuna unanimously decisioned Patrick Hyland for the WBA's interim belt on Saturday night's Manny Pacquiao-Juan Manuel Marquez card.
Mexican-American Olympian Jose Ramirez stopped his lightweight opponent in the first round of his professional debut on Saturday night's Manny Pacquiao-Juan Manuel Marquez undercard at the MGM Grand.
You can watch two bouts from the non-HBO Pay Per View portion of tonight's Manny Pacquiao-Juan Manuel Marquez IV event, plus the preview show, right here, starting at 4:00 p.m. PT/7:00 p.m. ET.
Juan Manuel Marquez should "be more dynamic and explosive, and be able to perform more quickly" than he did in November against Manny Pacquiao, according to his strength and conditioning trainer.
The uncle and trainer of Floyd Mayweather said he would like for his next fight to be against Tim Bradley.
Photos from the scales a day ahead of the fourth (and final?) fight between Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez at the MGM Grand.
Saturday night's fourth bout between Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez has sold out at the MGM Garden Arena, producing a live gate of $10.5 million.
Juan Manuel's trainer, Nacho Beristain, rejected Manny Pacquiao's invitation to a toe-to-toe battle with Marquez, saying, "They can't and will not fight toe-to-toe, because that's not their styles."
Floyd Mayweather Jr. plans to fight twice in 2013 against opponents to be determined on May 4 and Sept. 14, the two Mexican holiday weekends.
Following Angel Hernandez's announced intention to consult his lawyers about a possible lawsuit against Freddie Roach over what he says were insinuations about Juan Manuel Marquez's use of PEDs, Roach called Hernandez "a rat" and "a piece of s__t."
Strength and conditioning guru Angel Hernandez claims that trainer Freddie Roach has accused Juan Manuel Marquez of having used performance enhancing drugs out of fear that his fighter will defeat Manny Pacquiao on Saturday night.
Manny Pacquiao says Juan Manuel Marquez can "prove something" by abandoning his counter-punching style and standing, "toe-to-toe," against him on Saturday night.
Rapper-turned-promoter 50 Cent envisions a clash between former featherweight titleholder Yuriorkis Gamboa and lightweight sensation Adrien Broner, and says he's the man who can make Mayweather-Pacquiao happen.
Juan Manuel Marquez doubts that he could "ever have a real, personal relationship" with Manny Pacquiao out of the ring, to which Pacquiao said "That's his problem."
WBO welterweight titleholder Tim Bradley could return to the ring on Feb. 9, and managerial and promotional stablemate Brandon Rios could get a shot at Manny Pacquiao on April 20.
Juan Manuel Marquez on speculation that he has taken PEDs: "I think that you can say anything that you want, but you don't have any proof, so what does that mean? It means nothing"
Brandon Rios: "I just want to prove everybody wrong and to show everybody that when I make my weight, and I'm where I'm supposed to be at, there's no stopping me."
Will Juan Manuel Marquez finally defeat Manny Pacquiao? Read on for the opinions of 27 boxing insiders.
Manny Pacquiao went a couple of rounds with ex-NBA stars Charles Barkley and Reggie Miller as part of a production called Charles and Reggie: Toe to Toe with Manny Pacquiao.
Trainer Virgil Hunter says Amir Khan's knockout losses are more about awareness than his having a fragile chin, and believes that Miguel Cotto erred by training at high altitude before facing Austin Trout..
Sugar Ray Leonard on Manny Pacquiao-Juan Manuel Marquez IV: "This fight here is the most defining moment for these two guys."
Manny Pacquiao will be featured on TNT on Thursday night as a result of visits from former NBA stars Charles Barkley and Reggie Miller.
Austin Trout wished his 88-year-old great grandmother, Dorothy Johnson, "Happy birthday 'Nanna' Johnson," after Saturday night's unanimous decision victory over Miguel Cottto.
Manny Pacquiao's one-hour workout will be streamed live from a screen that is seven stories tall in Times Square on Friday.
Juan Manuel Marquez and rival Manny Pacquiao will be featured in the third episode of HBO's 24/7 series, Pacquiao-Marquez 4.
Manny Pacquiao and Freddie Roach spoke to RingTV's Dominic Verdin about their fourth fight with Juan Manuel Marquez. Pacquiao says he still has "fire." Roach says they welcome the new muscled-up version of Marquez.
Miguel Cotto spoke to the media about his fights with Floyd Mayweather, Manny Pacquiao and Antonio Margarito after the final presser for his showdown with WBA 154-pound titleholder Austin Trout on Saturday.
The prospect of a highly-anticipated clash of junior featherweights between Abner Mares and Nonito Donaire was among the many topics broached by Golden Boy CEO Richard Schaefer in New York on Wednesday.
Tuesday afternoon in Hollywood, and Manny Pacquiao once again climbed the iconic staircase at the Wild Card Boxing Club to train for his fourth fight against Juan Manuel Marquez.
Juan Manuel Marquez: "As for the steroids, I'm willing to give myself to any anti-doping tests. Why don't Manny Pacquiao and I both do it? I don't care. To shut everybody up. And, of course, my exams have always been clear."
Austin Trout "will see, on Saturday, the best Miguel Cotto ever," says Cotto, who is unbeaten in seven fights at New York's Madison Square Garden, and in nine bouts overall in The Big Apple.
Juan Manuel Marquez on Manny Pacquiao: "It seems that Manny has only one opponent every time we fight -- me -- while I have four – Manny and the three judges."
Manny Pacquiao after his third fight with Juan Manuel Marquez: "When I got back to the dressing room I thought, 'That finally settles that. I won’t have to fight Juan Manuel Marquez again.'"
Robert Guerrero on his victories over Selcuk Aydin and Andre Berto: "I've had to come into these last two fights and to set the tone and show the world that I'm a force to be reckoned with in the welterweight division."
Ricky Hatton following Saturday night's knockout loss to Vyacheslav Senchenko: "No matter how upsetting it is, I have got to be a man and say, 'It is the end of Ricky Hatton.'"
Golden Boy CEO Richard Schaefer contends that Ricky Hatton still is deserving of a rematch with Paulie Malignaggi despite Saturday's knockout loss to Vyacheslav Senchenko, whom Malignaggi stopped in April.
Vyacheslav Senchenko's ninth-round body shot stopped Ricky Hatton for the third time in his career and the first before his hometown fans at the Manchester Arena in England.
Paulie Malignaggi on Ricky Hatton-Vyacheslav Senchenko: "The keys for Hatton are to really get inside and be rough...For Senchenko, its about establishing his jab."
Austin Trout says facing Miguel Cotto in his partisan New York won't affect him: "The crowd has never had an effect on me. If anything, what it has done is given the motivation and it has made me want to make them shut up."
Jimmy Kimmel to Manny Pacquiao: "You announced that you had quit drinking, and quit gambling, and that you had quit cock fighting, and then, for the first time in seven years, you did not win...Will you go back to drinking, gambling and cock fighting?"
Manny Pacquiao and arch-rival Juan Manuel Marquez once sang "La Bamba" during a duet on Mexican television during the promotion leading up to their third fight.
Oscar De La Hoya, Freddie Roach and Sugar Ray Leonard, who all faced Hector "Macho" Camacho in the ring, agree that the Puerto Rican star had the makings of an all-time great.
Manny Pacquiao on Juan Manuel Marquez: "Our strategy this time is more aggressiveness and of course to develop and to improve the strength more, and also focus on the speed. We have the side-to-side movement. I'm not worried about his strength."
Robert Guerrero on Andre Berto and PEDs: "Everybody's guilty until they're proven innocent, and he was proven innocent."
"After I scored the knockdown, early in the fight, I went back to my corner thinking I would finish him in the next round. Freddie Roach told me, 'We have him right where we want him. Finish it.'"
Juan Manuel Marquez on the second fight with Manny Pacquiao: "I still get very angry when I think about hearing those scores being read. After two fights I felt I had won at least 19 of the 24 rounds."
If southpaw Michael Farenas lands, "that'll be the end of the road" for Yuriorkis Gamboa, says Farenas' promoter, Gerry Penalosa.
Having endured past issues with depression, including suicidal thoughts, former titleholder Ricky Hatton says he's already won the battle whether he wins or loses Saturday night's welterweight clash with Vyacheslav Senchenko.
Unbeaten former featherweight beltholder Yuriorkis Gamboa will meet southpaw Filipino Michael Farenas on the Dec. 8 Manny Pacquiao-Juan Manuel Marquez IV card.
WBC junior featherweight titleholder Abner Mares and eight-division titlewinner Manny Pacquiao handed out free Turkeys at different venues over the weekend.
Oscar De La Hoya says Adrien Broner "is Floyd Mayweather, [Bernard] Hopkins, myself...all wrapped into one."
Manny Pacquiao will make his seventh appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Nov. 21 in advance of his Dec. 8 clash with Juan Manuel Marquez. Pacquiao had been victorious in every fight following his berth on the show except the last one, after which he lost to Tim Bradley.
Mexican amateur sensation Jose Ramirez participated in his first workout under the Top Rank banner at The Wild Card in Hollywood, Calif., on Wednesday, and will make his professional debut on the Dec. 8 undercard of Manny Pacquiao-Juan Manuel Marquez IV.
Manny Pacquiao on his controversial draw with Juan Manuel Marquez in their first fight: "After I knocked Márquez down for third time in the first round, and I headed back to the corner, I was thinking 'It’s over.'"
Juan Manuel Marquez on his controversial draw with Manny Pacquiao in their first fight: "I got up from three first-round knockdowns and gave him a boxing lesson for the final 10 rounds."
Austin Trout on his fight with Miguel Cotto: "I'm looking at this as my golden opportunity. He's had his time and done great things with it, but it's my time now. I'll be damned if I let this opportunity slip away from me."
Adrien Broner: "With the talent that I have, the type of guy that I am, the charisma that I have, I knew that there would be some point in time when boxing will revolve around Adrien Broner."
WBA junior middleweight titleholder Austin Trout and challenger Miguel Cotto will be featured in pre- and post-fight documentaries in association with their Dec. 1 clash at New York's Madision Square Garden on Showtime.
Amir Khan eyes the Devon Alexander-Kell Brook winner
As he trains to face his own Marquez, Brian Viloria is back in the Wild Card alongside Manny Pacquiao, and says the old days are where Pacman should look for the keys to victory.
Southpaw IBF welterweight titleholder Devon Alexander will face unbeaten Kell Brook as part of a Showtime-televised 147-pound triple- or quadruple-header at a site to be determined.
Knockout artist Randall Bailey: "I want to fight guys that want to fight and guys that feel the same way that I feel. I don't want to go 12 rounds ... I want those Marvin Hagler-Tommy Hearns types of fights."
Gary Russell, Oscar De La Hoya, Andre Ward, Howard Davis and Antonio Tarver are among the former Olympians who reflected on their professional debuts.
Highly-celebrated 2012 U.S. Olympian Jose Ramirez has signed with Top Rank. The lightweight will make his professional debut on the undercard of the fourth bout between Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez on Dec. 8 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
Rapper 50 Cent to Floyd Mayweather Jr. on Twitter: "You should have know not to go against me PUNK."