Bob Arum said Julio Cesar Chavez could fight Brian Vera next, and eventually, Andre Ward.
Saul Alvarez on Austin Trout, who defeated Alvarez's older brother, Rigoburto, in 2011: "Beating him will make a statement, and in so doing, I plan to avenge my brother’s loss to him and bring victory home to Mexico."
Golden Boy Promotions CEO Richard Schaefer said the Paul Malignaggi-Adrien Broner showdown will likely happen on HBO while discussing upcoming fights with the media after Hopkins-Cloud. Schaefer also talked about potential heavyweight fight between Deontay Wilder and Tony Thompson.
Robert Guerrero on Floyd Mayweather: "He's not that big. Floyd's not like Andre Berto, who, I mean, was just bulked up and huge. But you've got to respect Floyd, because, I mean, he's fast, he's slick and he's smart and he's a mastermind in the ring."
Oscar De La Hoya is picking Robert Guerrero to upset Floyd Mayweather and Canelo Alvarez to possibly stop Austin Trout in their upcoming fights.
Saul Alvarez says he's focused on his 154-pound title unification bout with Austin Trout on April 20, but he also says wants to headline a big show on Sept. 14 even if it competes with Floyd Mayweather's planned pay-per-view date.
The world should know soon whether it will witness a 154-pound clash of unbeatens between WBC beltholder Saul "Canelo" Alvarez and WBA titleholder Austin Trout.
Kendall Holt after Friday night's loss to Lamont Peterson: "My body just wasn't responding. My body and my mind just weren't on the same page. My body wanted to do one thing, and my mind said do something else."
WBA junior middleweight beltholder Austin Trout on a potential clash with WBC counterpart Saul "Canelo" Alvarez: "I'm just waiting for the paperwork."
Referee Tony Weeks will make his East Coast debut with Friday night's Lamont Peterson-Kendall Holt fight at The D.C. Armory in Washington, D.C.
Floyd Mayweather on his groundbreaking new deal: "Showtime and CBS, I've got to take my hat off to them. They did a tremendous job and I am happy to be a part of this family."
Robert Guerrero: "I'm a man of faith. I'm a man of God, and I feel that God has put me in this position for a reason: Not to humble the world of boxing, but to humble Floyd Mayweather."
Austin Trout on a potential fight with Saul "Canelo" Alvarez: "Me and Canelo fighting each other is something that boxing needs. Champion fighting champion, you can't get any more exciting than that."
Floyd Mayweather signed a groundbreaking pay-per-view venture with Showtime and the cable network's parent company, CBS Corporation, staring with a May 4 fight with Robert Guerrero. Under the terms of the deal, Mayweather could fight six times in 30 months.
IBF beltholder Lamont Peterson on Kendall Holt: "At the end of the day...I don't think that he will be able to bite down like I'm going to be able to."
Miguel Cotto plans to return to the ring in the fall.
Although unbeaten Floyd Mayweather has created a media firestorm by naming IBF beltholder Devon Alexander as the leading opponent to face him on May 4, Alexander's trainer says his fighter is focused on recovering from a biceps injury, and the IBF says it won't approve a defense against Mayweather.
Does the presence of referee Steve Smoger favor the power of Gennady Golovkin or the potential for improvisational creativity from the rugged Gabriel Rosado?
Former titleholder Yuri Foreman discusses fatherhood, the death of his former manager, his quest to become a Rabbi and his return to the boxing with RingTV.com.
Shane Mosley, 41, on his clash with WBA welterweight titleholder Paulie Malignaggi: "I just think that I want to continue to build the legacy, with me, my father and my camp by getting back on top at this age."
Shane Mosley's lawyer says the fighter will challenge Paulie Malignaggi on April 27
Sugar Ray Leonard on Adrien Broner: "I've been watching this kid, man, and this kid, man, he's a talent. That kid has it. He's one of those rare fighters that has the entire package. He has everything."
WBA junior middleweight beltholder Austin Trout said a fight with Saul Alvarez would make him "dig deeper" and bring out his best.
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.