Juan Manuel Marquez's sixth-round knockout of Manny Pacquiao will be among "Boxing's Best" on HBO, a series comprised of seven major showdowns to be featured over five days beginning on Christmas.
Fights involving multi-belt winners Floyd Mayweather, Bernard Hopkins and Shane Mosley are part of the plans of Golden Boy CEO Richard Schaefer for the year 2013.
Hard-hitting junior middleweight Alfredo Angulo will enter his second fight under trainer Virgil Hunter when he meets Jorge Silva on Saturday night.
The uncle and trainer of Floyd Mayweather said he would like for his next fight to be against Tim Bradley.
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.
Will Juan Manuel Marquez finally defeat Manny Pacquiao? Read on for the opinions of 27 boxing insiders.
Brooklyn native Zab Judah to Philadelphia's Danny Garcia: "When you come into Brooklyn, you have to show some respect. Take your ass whooping and head down I-95."
Manny Pacquiao will be featured on TNT on Thursday night as a result of visits from former NBA stars Charles Barkley and Reggie Miller.
Fans have plenty of positive feedback on both Austin Trout and Miguel Cotto plus thoughts and questions on what both junior middleweights should do next (most of which involve Saul "Canelo" Alvarez) in this week's Monday mailbag. Enjoy!
A bruised but unbowed Miguel Cotto met the boxing press following his unanimous decision loss to Austin Trout at his "home" arena, the famed Madison Square Garden.
Austin Trout told the boxing media that he's going after the other 154-pound titleholders, especially Saul "Canelo" Alvarez, who he believes he would beat as soundly as he did Miguel Cotto.
Austin Trout addressed the media after winning the biggest fight of his career, his unanimous decision over Miguel Cotto. Middleweight prospect Daniel Jacobs, who continued his comeback on the undercard, also spoke to the press.
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.
Action shots from New York, where Austin Trout took down the king of Madison Square Garden, Miguel Cotto, with a unanimous-decision win on Saturday night.
Miguel Cotto did not like how wide the scorecards were for his unanimous decision loss to Austin Trout on Saturday in New York City, where the Puerto Rican star was previously unbeaten, but there's no doubt that the 27-year-old southpaw deserved to win.
Austin Trout on his triumph over Miguel Cotto: "It was a dream come true. I've been waiting for this moment my whole career."
Brooklyn middleweight Danny Jacobs scored his second straight knockout since suffering paralysis caused by a malignant tumor against Chris Fitzpatrick on Saturday night at New York's Madison Square Garden.
Junior middleweight Jorge Melendez's fourth-round knockout of James Winchester represented the first time the loser had been stopped.
RING junior welterweight champion Danny Garcia will be facing a former world titleholder for the sixth time when he meets southpaw Zab Judah on Feb. 9 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Miguel Cotto weighed 153.6 to Austin Trout's junior middleweight limit 154 in advance of Saturday night's fight at New York's Madison Square Garden.
Fans have questions about the promotional/business side of Saturday's Miguel Cotto-Austin Trout showdown, more feedback on Guerrero-Berto and a potential Mayweather-Guerrero fight, plus pro and con opinions on the late Hector Camacho in this week's Friday mailbag. Enjoy!
Sam Watson likes Austin Trout's chances against Cotto, saying that Trout is "gonna just tear his ass up."
Miguel Cotto is the undisputed boxing king of New York City, but Austin Trout -- who will defend his WBA 154-pound belt against the Puerto Rican star on Satruday at Madison Sqaure Garden -- isn't intimidated, having fought in far more hostile environments.
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.
Miguel Cotto, Austin Trout, Jayson Velez, Sal Sanchez III and Daniel Jacobs addressed the media at the final press conference for the Showtime-televised Cotto-Trout 154-pound showdown at Madison Square Garden on Saturday.
Undefeated junior middleweight titleholder Austin Trout talks to RingTV's Bill Emes about preparing to defend his WBA title against former champ Miguel Cotto at Madison Square Garden on Saturday.
WBA junior middleweight titleholder Austin Trout plans to make a bloody mess of challenger Miguel Cotto, who claims the champion's southpaw style won't be a problem.
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.
Will Austin Trout's dream of victory become a reality or a living nightmare in the form of Miguel Cotto?
Three-division titlewinner Miguel Cotto met New York Knicks' forward Carmelo Anthony prior to Sunday night's victory over the Detroit Pistons at Madison Square Garden, where Cotto will face Austin Trout on Saturday.
Andre Berto was treated for injuries and released from Loma Linda University Medical Center following Saturday night's loss to Robert Guerrero, and is resting with family at his home in Winter Haven, Fla.
Austin Trout described his tendency since childhood to envision beating his boxing heroes in the ring, and said, "I have a big list of fighters that I really admire, and Miguel Cotto is on that list."
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.
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?"
In advance of the Showtime-televised, Dec. 1 Miguel Cotto-Austin Trout clash , FOX Deportes will each air Cotto's victory over Shane Mosley from 2007, and Trout's win over Rigoburto Alvarez from February of last year.
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.
Robert Guerrero on Andre Berto and PEDs: "Everybody's guilty until they're proven innocent, and he was proven innocent."
WBC junior featherweight titleholder Abner Mares and eight-division titlewinner Manny Pacquiao handed out free Turkeys at different venues over the weekend.
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.
Once-beaten middleweight Danny Jacobs and undefeated junior lightweight Jayson Velez will each appear on the Dec. 1 Miguel Cotto-Austin Trout card at New York's Madison Square Garden.
Adrien Broner: "Critics are like butt holes: Everybody's got one. If I really just wanted to hear a butthole, I'll pass gas."
Former world titleholder Roy Jones Jr. will take over for the late Emanuel Steward as HBO's analyst for World Championship Boxing and its Pay Per View broadcasts for the rest of 2012.
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.
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.
Fans get Dougie's picks and opinions on upcoming major fights and potential machups -- including Mares-Morneo, Viloria-Marquez, DeMarco-Broner, Ward-Pavlik, Golovkin-Oosthuizen and Garcia-Judah -- as well as other subjects in this week's Friday mailbag. Enjoy!
Rapper 50 Cent to Floyd Mayweather Jr. on Twitter: "You should have know not to go against me PUNK."
Undefeated heavyweight prospect Deontay Wilder will pursue his 26th knockout in as many victories without a loss against unbeaten Kelvin Price on the Dec. 15 Amir Khan-Carlos Molina undercard.
50 Cent has apparently split from Floyd Mayweather and moved ahead with two fighters he signed: Billy Dib, who may defend his featherweight belt under Cotto-Trout, and Yuriorkis Gamboa, who fights on the Pacquiao-Marquez IV undercard.
Although WBA welterweight beltholder Paulie Malignaggi has been mandated to face unbeaten Diego Chaves, he prefers a rematch with Ricky Hatton.
Thomas Hearns commented exclusively to RingTV.com about his trainer and father figure Emanuel Steward. "In my opinon," said the hall-of-fame boxer. "Emanuel Steward was the best trainer that ever lived."
Golden Boy CEO Richard Schaefer and Golden Boy President Oscar De La Hoya flanked Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s advisor, Leonard Ellerbe, at ringside during Saturday night's fights at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Paulie Malignaggi was glad he fought before his hometown fans at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, but disappointed with the narrow decision, the CompuBox scoring and the fact that rival Pablo Cesar Cano failed to make the 147-pound division limit.
RING, WBA and WBC junior welterweight champion Danny Garcia, could fight on an undercard of Bernard Hopkins in Philadelphia should the former titleholder return to the ring.
WBA "regular" junior middleweight beltholder Austin Trout and retired refereee Joe Cortez will be among those on the crew calling Saturday night's quadruple-header for Showtime.
Pablo Cesar Cano can not win the WBA welterweight title owned by Paulie Malignaggi after having missed weight for Saturday night's clash at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Golden Boy President Oscar De La Hoya would like to deliver on Saul Alvarez's request to face either Miguel Cotto, Sergio Martinez or Floyd Mayweather on May 4.
Steve Smoger has worked Paulie Malgnaggi's last loss as well as his most significant victory, and will be the third man in the ring for Malignaggi's fight against Pablo Cesar Cano on Saturday night.
Danny Garcia's Showtime-televsied junior welterweight championship defense against Erik Morales on Saturday at Brooklyn's Barclays Center kicks off a busy fall and winter schedule for Golden Boy Promotions.
IBF junior middleweight titleholder Cornelius Bundrage could have his selection of opponents from among promotional stablemates such as Alfredo Angulo, James Kirkland and Erislandy Lara, all of whom are handled by Golden Boy.
Paulie "The Magic Man" Malignaggi: "It feels really good that things are turning around for me, and it feels really good that there's a lot of positive things going on for me inside of the ring and outside of the ring."
WBC junior middleweight titleholder Saul "Canelo" Alvarez has directed Golden Boy officials to launch an all-out effort to make his next fight on May 5 against either Floyd Mayweather Jr., Miguel Cotto or Sergio Martinez.
Undefeated 154-pound contender Austin Trout on his size advantage against Miguel Cotto: "We agreed that if we need to, we can definitely push this little dude around."
Freddie Roach on Manny Pacquiao's out-of-court settlement with the Mayewathers: "It's something I don't want to get in the middle of. That's between them." On Amir Khan: "You can't teach a good chin in boxing."
In a prepared statement, Floyd Mayweather Jr., his father and his uncle say they "never intended to claim that Manny Pacquiao has used or is using any performance enhancing drugs."
Manny Pacquiao has settled his defamation of character suit with Floyd Mayweather, but does that mean their mega-fight will happen?
Undefeated junior middleweight beltholder Austin Trout plans to remain unbeaten by ending Miguel Cotto's New York City win streak on Dec. 1.
The Dec. 1 showdown between former three-division titleholder Miguel Cotto and undefeated WBA 154-pound beltholder Austin Trout will be broadcast live on Showtime, it was announced during the kick-off press conference for the event in New York City on Monday.
Three-division titlewinner Miguel Cotto is considered to be among the biggest and most successful New York City draws in boxing's history.