Middleweight beltholder Peter Quillin could soon defend his WBO title against promotional stablemate Danny Jacobs.
In the absence of a bout against Floyd Mayweather Jr., Freddie Roach would like to see Manny Pacquiao against Tim Bradley.
Miguel Cotto's advisor, Gaby Penagaricano, assesses potential matchups against Manny Pacquiao, Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Saul Alvarez.
Marcos Maidana on Devon Alexander: "Sooner or later, I will catch him. And once I catch him, I will knock him down."
Richard Schaefer on Bob Arum: "It's just one bulls--t story after the other...People should just realize that this guy doesn't want to do the fight."
Tim Bradley is known to be among a list of five candidates being considered as the next opponent to face Manny Pacquiao, but Golden Boy Promotions CEO Richard Schaefer believes that he is the favorite.
If Juan Manuel Marquez can't get the Pacquiao fight, he envisions challenging Lamont Peterson for a fourth title.
Manny Pacquiao recently responded to Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s Twitter challenges, stating during a press conference in the Philippines that their super-fight can happen if Mayweather accepts a 50-50 split of the money.
Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao once fought on the same night in the same building.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. said he's "ready to put my belt up" during his latest Twitter attack on Manny Pacquiao, one day after telling the Filipino superstar to "step up punk."
Floyd Mayweather Jr.: "Manny Pacquiao I'm calling you out. Let's fight May 5th and give the world what they want to see."
Victor Ortiz will have to explain to the Nevada Commision why he told a reporter that his intentional head butts were meant to break the nose of Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Like everyone else, Freddie Roach will be eagerly awaiting the results of Bob Arum's trip to the Philippines to decide who's next for Manny Pacquiao.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. must now apply for his license to fight on May 5, though no problems are expected.
Mexico's Julio Cesar Chavez could face Puerto Rico's Miguel Cotto if he wins his next fight, and Cotto is not selected for a rematch with Manny Pacquiao.
James Kirkland: "I think that this is going to be a learning experience for Floyd Mayweather. Jail can make you a better person. But crime don't pay."
Manny Pacquiao will be offered his choice of opponents between Tim Bradley, Miguel Cotto, Juan Manuel Marquez and Lamont Peterson on or after January 10 in his native Philippines.
Lamont Peterson's trainer, Barry Hunter, says Lamont Peterson is ready for any top fighter in the sport, including Manny Pacquiao.
Angel Hernandez says that his training methods were validated in Juan Manuel Marquez's November performance against Manny Pacquiao.
Although Floyd Mayweather Jr. avoided jail time for a second legal issue on Friday, the fighter must begin serving 90 days on Jan. 6.
Sergio Martinez's advisor says the fighter showed "big balls because he's playing with his future" in renouncing the WBC belt, honoring THE RING magazine title and threatening to leave HBO for Showtime.
Manny Pacquiao's advisor Michael Koncz said "Lamont Peterson is another option" among those being considered as an opponent in the wake of Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s legal issues.
A photo of a cell similar to that which could occupy Floyd Mayweather during his 90-day sentence at the Clark County Detention Center have been released.
Los Angeles Lakers star hints he might sign with Floyd Mayweather's promotional group.
Lamont Peterson's trainer, Barry Hunter, and Manny Pacquiao's trainer, Freddie Roach, both like a matchup between their fighters.
Freddie Roach: "I think that Lamont Peterson is a great opponent for Manny Pacquiao if the Mayweather fight doesn't happen...That is, if he really doesn't want to take the fight with Khan."
Although his left hand was broken in two places as much as a week and a half prior to his fight, Andre Ward set the tempo by continually nailing Carl Froch with powerful hooks and jabs.
Will Floyd Mayweather receive a license to fight in Las Vegas in time for May 5, the date of his scheduled return to the ring? Executive director Keith Kizer says "it's too early to say."
Victor Ortiz and Andre Berto will have their blood and urine randomly drug tested by the Voluntary Anti-Doping Association in advance of their rematch on Feb. 11.
Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s 90-day jail sentence falls squarely on the time he'd need to train for a potential bout with Manny Pacquiao.
Victor Ortiz on Floyd Mayweather Jr.: "I was trying to break his nose. 100 percent. Because he nailed me 16 times with his elbow."
Andre Ward: "I think that I should get more credit in the categories that keep coming up in terms of toughness and in terms of my chin."
Robert Guerrero believes that he is not only at least as big and as strong as Floyd Mayweather Jr., but that he has a more stable mental constitution.
Amir Khan plans to take care of Lamont Peterson, finish off Tim Bradley, and then climb to welterweight for potential bouts against Floyd Mayweather or Shane Mosley.
On his 80th birthday, Top Rank Inc. Bob Arum discusses things he would change about boxing, among other subjects.
Juan Manuel Marquez: "If Manny Pacquiao wants the fourth fight, I want that fourth fight. But if Pacquiao don't want to fight with me, maybe I will re-think my future."
British lightweight contender John Murray believes that WBA titleholder Brandon Rios is underestimating his skills, and says that he plans to expose the unbeaten slugger's defensive weaknesses.
Amir Khan on a recent run-in with Tim Bradley: "I said something like, 'you ought to grow some balls.'"
Golden Boy CEO Richard Schaefer says Bob Arum is using Floyd Mayweather Jr. as leverage to get a better deal for a fourth Manny Pacquiao-Juan Manuel Marquez fight.
Manny Pacquiao told his local press in the Philippines that negotiations are ongoing for a bout with Floyd Mayweather.
Freddie Roach: "You're going to get about $30 million with the one guy, Marquez, and you're going to get $100 million with the other guy, Mayweather. So why wouldn't you take the $100 million?"
Joe Cortez: "Victor Ortiz, you know, it's a shame that he opted to go with the headbutts and whatnot. He created a bad situation for him, for Floyd Mayweather and for myself."
Golden Boy CEO Richard Schaefer claims Top Rank won't negotiate Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao, but rival Bob Arum says Schaefer "is jumping to conclusions."
Bob Arum on Floyd Mayweather: "We’re calling his bluff. He keeps running around screaming, 'Take the tests.' Okay, we’ll take the tests. Just to get the fight done."
Joe Cortez: "This is the kind of fight that boxing needs. These are the kinds of fighters boxing needs -- fighters like Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez."
Manny Pacquiao: "I really need to have my best performance in this fight" against Juan Manuel Marquez.
Juan Manuel Marquez knows his style and intelligence are familiar to Pacquiao, but thinks his opponent will be surprised by some changes he's made.
Richard Schaefer will pursue bouts between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao and Saul Alvarez versus Julio Cesar Chavez Jr.
Victor Ortiz's manager says the fighter will demand Olympic-style random drug testing for the rematch with Andre Berto.
HBO is considering a rematch between Victor Ortiz and Andre Berto as part of a doubleheader with Devon Alexander versus Paulie Malignaggi.
Before a singing a duet expressing his love, Manny Pacquiao talked to Jimmy Kimmel on his show about the possibility of fighting Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Juan Manuel Marquez: "We are not the only ones saying we won the fights. There are a lot of fans and media out there saying the same thing--that we won those two fights."
Michael Koncz: "It's evident to me what Floyd Mayweather's camp is doing. They're just making an announcement to steal the thunder from Manny Pacquiao's show that's coming up."
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."