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Leo Santa Cruz: At 126 For Now, But I'll Go To 130 To Win a Belt

Leo "Terremoto" Santa Cruz has already accumulated a prestigious personal collection of three world titles in three different divisions. After winning gold at bantamweight, super bantamweight and feat...Read More

Video: Keith Thurman Gives Shawn Porter The "Crazy Eyes"

NEW YORK - WBA Welterweight World Champion Keith "One Time" Thurman will defend his title against former champ "Showtime" Shawn Porter in a blockbuster matchup of two of the world's best 147-pound fi...Read More

Video: Leo Santa Cruz Media Interview on Kiko Martinez

NEW YORK - Undefeated three-division world champion Leo "El Terremoto" Santa Cruz will make the first defense of his Featherweight World Championship against former world champion Kiko Martinez on Sat...Read More

Kiko Martinez Feels Leo Santa Cruz is Not a Legit Featherweight

Kiko Martinez (35-6, 26 KOs) is giving what most perceive to be one last attempt at recapturing a world title, this time in another weight class. The Spaniard suffered a devastating second round knoc...Read More

Santa Cruz-Martinez, Frampton-Quigg Hits Showtime on 2/27

NEW YORK – SHOWTIME® will televise the eagerly anticipated 122-pound world title unification showdown between undefeated super bantamweight world champions Carl Frampton (IBF) and Scott Quigg (WBA), o...Read More

Cuellar Hopes To Get Santa Cruz Before Planned 130 Move

WBA 'regular' featherweight champion Jesus Cuellar (28-1, 21KOs) is hoping to finalize settle the score with Leo Santa Cruz, who holds the WBA 'super' title at 126-pounds. ...Read More

Leo Santa Cruz Wants To Reach The Lightweight Division

BoxingScene.com's Ben Jacobs first reported that a deal was reached for Leo Santa Cruz to defend his title against former IBF super bantamweight beltholder Kiko Martinez, likely on February 20th in Lo...Read More

Leo Santa Cruz-Kiko Martinez in Play For February 20th

Kiko Martinez (35-6, 26KOs) indicated via his Twitter account that he will fight Leo Santa Cruz (31-0-1, 17KOs) on February 20 in Los Angeles. A source close to the situation has now confirmed the ne...Read More

Kiko Martinez Back With Sarmiento, Leo Santa Cruz Looms?

While his upcoming fight has not been determined, former world champion Kiko Martinez (35-6, 26 KOs) will travel on Sunday to Puerto Rico to start training again under the command of Gabi Sarmiento, w...Read More

Jesus Cuellar Hopes Leo Santa Cruz Showdown is Next

WBA "regular" featherweight champion Jesus Cuellar (28-1, 21 KOs) is hoping for a major fight when he returns in 2016. The Argentinean puncher started off 2015 by knocking out former champion Vic D...Read More

Abner Mares Eyes Mid-February Return, Gary Russell Bout

Former three division world champion Abner Mares (29-2-1, 15KOs) is focused on landing another world title opportunity in 2016. After winning a ten round unanimous decision over Arturo Reyes in Ma...Read More

Leo Santa Cruz Wants Lomachenko, Russell, Selby, Cuellar

WBA featherweight champion Leo Santa Cruz (31-0-1, 17KOs) is looking for the big names at 126-pounds and wants to unify the division. Santa Cruz had one of his biggest wins in August when he won a twe...Read More

Cuellar Wants Santa Cruz Next, Move to 130 Soon After

Jesus Cuellar doesn’t see himself sticking around featherweight for much longer. But before he goes, he wants to take on one of the other best 126-pound fighters in the world. “I want to fight two ...Read More

Leo Santa Cruz Wants To Get Payback on Gary Russell Jr.

They fought as amateurs and Gary Russell Jr. (26-1, 15KOs) edged it, so now as professionals their destinies are again in line to collide - but this time Leo Santa Cruz (31-0-1, 17KOs) is determined t...Read More

Leo Santa Cruz To Vacate WBC Belt, Remain at 126

Three division world champion Leo Santa Cruz (31-0-1, 17KOs) has arrived in Kunming, China for the 53 Annual Convention of the World Boxing Council. He plans to inform the WBC that he intends to vacat...Read More

Leo Santa Cruz Leaves WBA and WBC in The Dark

Leo Santa Cruz (31-0-1, 17KOs) has yet to make his future intentions clear. Currently, Santa Cruz is the WBA's "super" champion at featherweight and the WBC's champion at super bantamweight. Neith...Read More

Lee Selby Still Fixated on Leo Santa Cruz Showdown

LEE SELBY has vowed to put on a better show next time on the big American stage. The Wales featherweight defended his IBF title against Mexican Fernando Montiel in Phoenix on Wednesday night. Bu...Read More

Lee Selby: After Montiel, I'd Like Leo Santa Cruz Next

GLENDALE, AZ - Featherweight world champion Lee Selby (19-4-1, 4 KOs)is nearing his U.S. debut against former world champion Fernando "Cochulito" Montiel (54-4-2, 39 KOs) as Premier Boxing Champions (...Read More

Ceja Back in Camp, Wants on Leo Santa Cruz Decision

Julio Ceja (30-1, 27KOs) returned to training last week, after relaxing for a few weeks following his dramatic signature win of the interim-WBC super bantamweight championship with a trilling knockout...Read More

Mayweather Leaves Thrones: BoxingScene Ratings Update

Light Heavyweight: World Champion Adonis Stevenson retained again and it become more glaring by the fight just how bad it is not to have a showdown between he and Sergey Kovalev. They’ve eliminated th...Read More