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Tom Brown Reflects on The Lost Art of Building a Fighter

By Thomas Gerbasi - Tom Brown remembers the look he got from his brother-in-law, Dan Goossen, and it wasn’t a good one. “No, it was not,” he recalls. Brown is normally quick with a laugh, but as he re...Read More

Big Fights on The Horizon Generate Pound For Pound Sentiments

Big Fights on The Horizon Generate Pound For Pound Sentiments

By Lyle Fitzsimmons - Magazines have them. Websites have them. Even cable television networks throw their hats into the pound-for-pound ring. So as the year’s eighth month nears its ninth and a series...Read More

“Fighting Words” - Time to Learn “The Truth” About Errol Spence

“Fighting Words” - Time to Learn “The Truth” About Errol Spence

by David P. Greisman - We know that Errol Spence is the truth. We know that “The truth” is more than just his nickname. We just don’t know the whole truth. Yet. We’re about to. We’re on the verge beca...Read More

Errol Spence: Some Have It, Some Don't - I Have The 'It' Factor

Errol Spence: Some Have It, Some Don't - I Have The 'It' Factor

By Thomas Gerbasi - Barclays Center was emptying, but the buzz was still in the air, especially on press row, where reps from various media outlets were discussing the Fight of the Year candidate betw...Read More

Because... That's Boxing For You.

Because... That's Boxing For You.

By Jake Donovan - Teofimo Lopez tried to warn media on site and viewers at home that corruption was alive and well, both in the 2016 Rio Olympics and within the International Boxing Association (AIBA)...Read More

Spence Wants To 'Out-Do' Thurman, Capitalize On NBC Exposure

Spence Wants To 'Out-Do' Thurman, Capitalize On NBC Exposure

By Keith Idec - As the 2016 Summer Olympics conclude Sunday, the best fighter to emerge from the 2012 U.S. Olympic Boxing Team intends to capitalize on exposure not even eventual superstars Floyd Mayw...Read More

Team USA: Can Claressa Shields be a Game Changer?

Team USA: Can Claressa Shields be a Game Changer?

By Cliff Rold - There has been nothing wrong with referring to bantamweight Shakur Stevenson as Team USA’s best chance at an Olympic gold medal in boxing. There has been everything wrong with anyone f...Read More

Ryan Burnett Meets Ryan Farrag On Bellew-Flores Bill

Ryan Burnett will make a defence of his domestic belt in the autumn. The Belfast bantamweight, 24, was ordered by the British Boxing Board of Control to put his Lonsdale belt on the line against Ry...Read More

Jarrell Miller: I'm The Guy That People Never Saw Coming

Jarrell Miller: I'm The Guy That People Never Saw Coming

By Thomas Gerbasi - Before he was 'Big Baby,' Jarrell Miller was just another teenager on the New York City boxing scene, but one of the stars of that scene, Dmitriy Salita, saw something special in h...Read More

Olympic Boxing Return Yields Sentimental Sadness

Olympic Boxing Return Yields Sentimental Sadness

By Lyle Fitzsimmons - It’s an Olympic year. There’s boxing to be watched. But this year, as my Olympic rings are mixed with my boxing rings, I’m sad. I miss Howard Davis Jr. Perhaps the greatest U.S. ...Read More

"Fighting Words" - Billy Joe, Canelo: Saunders' Stubborn Stand

by David P. Greisman - Billy Joe Saunders is far from the first fighter to have his business decisions come into question. He’s far from the worst. Others have lost years off their careers, lost their...Read More

Pacquiao's Potential HBO PPV Departure, Mayweather II Influence

Pacquiao's Potential HBO PPV Departure, Mayweather II Influence

By Keith Idec - When Manny Pacquiao announced through a spokesperson earlier this week that he’ll fight Jessie Vargas on November 5, most people that follow boxing closely weren’t the least bit surpri...Read More

Karperis: My Goal is To Reach The Next Level Like Algieri, Smith

Depending on where you reside in the world, there are certain tells that let a fighter known that he’s on the right track in his career. For New York junior welterweight Anthony Karperis, recognition ...Read More

Rosado Shakes Head, Tears Apart Saunders For Walking Away

Rosado Shakes Head, Tears Apart Saunders For Walking Away

By Jake Donovan - It’s a scenario that Gabriel Rosado has lived through before and can’t believe is happening again. The part-time actor and full-time resurgent middleweight was believed to be on the ...Read More

Team USA: Can Boxing Become a Story?

Team USA: Can Boxing Become a Story?

By Cliff Rold - On Wednesday afternoon, Team USA got something it needed badly. After being shut out of the medal stand on the men’s side for the first time in Olympic competition in 2012, light flywe...Read More

Hardy, Vincent Take Women's Boxing To The Big Stage

Hardy, Vincent Take Women's Boxing To The Big Stage

By Thomas Gerbasi - Given the Wild Wild West nature of women’s boxing, it really should be no surprise that the biggest Stateside fight that could be made at the moment came together suddenly in a mat...Read More

A Dose of Reality For American Olympic Fever

A Dose of Reality For American Olympic Fever

By Lyle Fitzsimmons - It’s hardly a guaranteed pathway to professional boxing supremacy. In fact, ring history is littered with examples of fighters who strutted their stuff on the Olympic stage, then...Read More

“Fighting Words” - Kovalev-Ward: Great to Make, Hard to Sell

“Fighting Words” - Kovalev-Ward: Great to Make, Hard to Sell

by David P. Greisman - As shameful as it is that the two best light heavyweights in the world are still no closer to facing each other, no weight class should be tied down by the lack of one fight bei...Read More

Errol Spence Sees Shakur Stevenson Getting Gold in Rio Games

Errol Spence Sees Shakur Stevenson Getting Gold in Rio Games

By Keith Idec - The most promising fighter to emerge from the 2012 U.S. Men’s Olympic Boxing Team expects big things this month from one particular amateur on the 2016 squad. From what Errol Spence Jr...Read More

Andre Ward: Extra Added Pressure With Being a Gold Medalist

Andre Ward: Extra Added Pressure With Being a Gold Medalist

By Jake Donovan - Carlos Balderas Jr. and Nico Hernandez are the lone two Americans due to appear in Olympic boxing action this weekend. Both boxers will fight on Saturday, the first day of boxing for...Read More

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