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Buffalo Beginners Bring Bad Luck For Reigning Champs

Buffalo Beginners Bring Bad Luck For Reigning Champs

By Lyle Fitzsimmons - It was our first time at a live fight card … and the end of a pair of eras. When old pal Phil MacDonald and I hopped in my dad’s Chevy Caprice for a trip from hometown Niagara Fa...Read More

Who Can Handle

Who Can Handle "The Truth" After Brook-Spence?

By Tris Dixon - It turns out that it is not just Lieutenant Daniel Kaffee, played by Tom Cruise in A Few Good Men, who can’t handle the truth. Kell Brook can’t either. The former IBF welterweight worl...Read More

Errol Spence Jr.'s Moment Of Truth

Errol Spence Jr.'s Moment Of Truth

By Andreas Hale - Ever since he made his professional debut in 2012 after failing to medal at the London Olympic games, expectations have been sky high for “The Truth.” Actually, scratch that. The day...Read More

Malignaggi Breaks Down Why Brook-Spence Will Be Special Fight

Malignaggi Breaks Down Why Brook-Spence Will Be Special Fight

By Keith Idec - Paulie Malignaggi always enjoys England, but the former two-division champion is more excited than usual about this trip to the United Kingdom. Malignaggi considers Kell Brook-Errol Sp...Read More

Alex Saucedo Feels Career Boost With Abel Sanchez in Corner

With Alex Saucedo’s record sitting at 24-0 with 15 knockouts and Abel Sanchez manning the corner, it’s evident that the 22-year-old welterweight is on the verge of a step up sooner rather than later. ...Read More

Anselmo Moreno: A Postscript or A New Chapter

Anselmo Moreno: A Postscript or A New Chapter

By Cliff Rold - He wasn’t so much knocked out as surrendered into the finish. It was a moment reminiscent of the end of Aaron Pryor-Alexis Arguello II or Manny Pacquiao-Erik Morales III. Anselmo Moren...Read More

Michael Conlan: I Just Want To Be Great For My Country

Michael Conlan: I Just Want To Be Great For My Country

By Thomas Gerbasi - Two-time Olympian Michael Conlan may be living in Los Angeles and sporting a U.S. cell phone number now, but don’t start fitting him for red, white and blue trunks just yet. He’s s...Read More

Why Do Boxing Robberies Continue To Happen?

Why Do Boxing Robberies Continue To Happen?

By Corey Erdman - If boxing is considered to be a form of physical art, then perhaps it stands to reason that the work of its artists are all too often misinterpreted and unappreciated. On Saturday, t...Read More

Mayweather, McGregor and a Game of Meaningless Posturing

Mayweather, McGregor and a Game of Meaningless Posturing

By Andreas Hale - Hey, did you hear the news? You know, the news that Dana White and Conor McGregor have come to an agreement for their side of the negotiations with Floyd Mayweather? The news had eve...Read More

Shakur Stevenson: I want to be somebody that's great in my sport

By Thomas Gerbasi - To any other 19-year-old, the Instagram post could have been just another picture. For Shakur Stevenson, his post 22 weeks ago was a mission statement. “It was just a regular pictu...Read More

Ray Beltran Fighting Hard To Move Away From B-Side Label

Lightweight contender Ray Beltran was told at an early age that he needed to be content with where he was in life. But the Los Mochis, Mexico native didn’t buy in to the notion that where you are is w...Read More

Arum Wants Murata to Face Saunders Next, Fight at MSG One Day

Arum Wants Murata to Face Saunders Next, Fight at MSG One Day

By Keith Idec - NEW YORK – Bob Arum came to Madison Square Garden on Thursday to promote Terence Crawford’s debut in the big building. Halfway around the world, a press conference took place earlier T...Read More

Gervonta Davis: Will He Make the Long Game?

Gervonta Davis: Will He Make the Long Game?

By Cliff Rold - When watching him fight, the thing that jumps out is often best seen between rounds. It’s the eyes. There is a focus to 22-year old Gervonta Davis (17-0, 16 KO) that is hard to miss. H...Read More

Felix Diaz: I Have The Experience To Beat Terence Crawford

Felix Diaz: I Have The Experience To Beat Terence Crawford

By Thomas Gerbasi - When most of the kids in Santo Domingo were turning double plays, hoping for a shot at the major leagues, Felix Diaz was turning over his punches in the gym, learning the craft tha...Read More

Gary Russell Jr. Firm on Goals: Unifications, Lomachenko - Twice

Gary Russell Jr. Firm on Goals: Unifications, Lomachenko - Twice

By Lyle Fitzsimmons - Gary Russell Jr. admires Bernard Hopkins. But by no means does he want to be Bernard Hopkins. Even as a Saturday night defense against Oscar Escandon draws nearer, the WBC’s feat...Read More

Something Special: Kell Brook and Errol Spence

Something Special: Kell Brook and Errol Spence

By Tris Dixon - This time two weeks from now another English football stadium will have emptied and stories for the next decade and beyond will start to be retold. Will Kell Brook be able to pick up f...Read More

Will Mayweather and McGregor Try To Upstage Canelo-Golovkin?

Will Mayweather and McGregor Try To Upstage Canelo-Golovkin?

By Andreas Hale - Boxing fans won’t have to wait any longer because Saul “Canelo” Alvarez vs. Gennady “GGG” Golovkin will go from fiction to reality on September 16th, 2017 at a location to be determi...Read More

Maicelo Determined to Make Good On Promise to Late Grandmother

Maicelo Determined to Make Good On Promise to Late Grandmother

By Keith Idec - HACKENSACK, N.J. – Jonathan Maicelo couldn’t sleep. The lightweight contender was back home in Peru only a few days, but losing a world title fight to Colombia’s Darleys Perez was eati...Read More

Khalid Yafai: In the Spotlight This Weekend

Khalid Yafai: In the Spotlight This Weekend

By Cliff Rold - It seems boxing is all about good news these days? A strong segment of the fans want a showdown between Gennady Golovkin and Saul Alvarez? We’re getting it. Andre Ward owed Sergey Kova...Read More

Gary Russell Jr. Says a Rematch With Lomachenko is Personal

Gary Russell Jr. Says a Rematch With Lomachenko is Personal

By Thomas Gerbasi - Gary Russell Jr. may be the most patient man in boxing. So it was no surprise that he didn’t get rattled when the second defense of his WBC featherweight title against Oscar Escand...Read More

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