Abner Mares and Joseph Agbeko say they are ready to prove who's the better bantamweight and erase the controversy of their first fight, won by Mares, when they meet again in Anaheim, Calif., on Dec. 3.
Nonito Donaire put on a show during his recent public workout in New York City and the bantamweight king says he plans to do the same on Saturday when he defends his WBC/WBO titles against unbeaten veteran Omar Narvaez at Madison Sqaure Garden.
A fiery Chad Dawson took to the podium after his controversial TKO of Bernard Hopkins. Dawson got into it with Jean Pascal, while his trainers John Scully and Winky Wright had some choice words for Hopkins.
Gary Shaw is as proud as a promoter can be of newly crowned WBC lightweight titleholder Antonio DeMarco.
Paul Malignaggi and Dewey Bozella discus their fights on the Hopkins-Dawson undercard and their futures. Golden Boy Promotions CEO Richard Schaefer announces that his company will protest the referee decisions for the Hopkins-Dawson and DeMarco-Linares fights.
RingTV's Doug Fischer tries to make sense of the bizarre ending to the Hopkins-Dawson fight. Dawson won THE RING/WBC light heavyweight titles with a second-round TKO after shoving the 46-year-old veteran to the canvas in the second round.
Watch the unveiling of the Ripley's Believe It Or Not was statue of Bernard Hopkins at the final press conference for the light heavyweight champ's showdown with Chad Dawson on Saturday.
Watch a true master boxer train and hold court as light heavyweight champ Bernard Hopkins breaks down his goal for Saturday's title defense against Chad Dawson.
Trainer John Scully discusses being reunited with Chad Dawson and his fighter's challenge of light heavyweight champ Bernard Hopkins on Saturday.
Former light heavyweight titleholder Chad Dawson discusses his relationship with recently reunited trainer John Scully and his challenge to champ Bernard Hopkins this Saturday in Los Angeles.
A preview of the upcoming fight between Hopkins and Dawson.
Former junior welterweight titleholder and St. Louis native Devon Alexander joined a VIP group to hear President Barack Obama speak during the presidents recent visit to St. Louis.