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Why Are So Many Boxing Fans Still Drawn To Adrien Broner?

Why Are So Many Boxing Fans Still Drawn To Adrien Broner?

By Keith Idec - LAS VEGAS – An annoyed Adrien Broner looked around an expansive theater inside MGM Grand and decided it wasn’t big enough for a star his size. According to Broner, the press conference...Read More

Manny Pacquiao - Is This the One?

Manny Pacquiao - Is This the One?

By Cliff Rold - Not many fighters are still considered viable contenders in any weight class twenty years after they win their first title. Even in this era, when it feels like big names are able to s...Read More

Kambosos Details Lessons Learned as Pacquiao Sparring Partner

Kambosos Details Lessons Learned as Pacquiao Sparring Partner

By Thomas Gerbasi - Fighting Manny Pacquiao isn’t an easy task. Whether the Filipino icon is 25, 30 or 40 years old, unless you’re Juan Manuel Marquez, it’s something you probably hope is a one and do...Read More

Terence Crawford-Amir Khan Officially Set for April 20 ESPN PPV

Top Rank and ESPN have officially entered the Pay-Per-View market, running with its star welterweight to help launch the platform. A long-speculated showdown between unbeaten welterweight titlist Ter...Read More

'Maturity process' done, Team Broner says upset of Pac imminent

'Maturity process' done, Team Broner says upset of Pac imminent

By Lyle Fitzsimmons - It’s a tale as old as time. And in boxing terms, a song as old as rhyme. The insistence from a cadre of trainers and others surrounding Adrien Broner that their man is finally gr...Read More

At 40, Manny Pacquiao Remains One Of Boxing’s Biggest Stars

At 40, Manny Pacquiao Remains One Of Boxing’s Biggest Stars

By Corey Erdman - At Manny Pacquiao’s open media workout at Wild Card gym, the future Hall of Famer politely announced that he would not be answering any questions regarding a possible rematch with Fl...Read More

Terence Crawford vs. Amir Khan Isn't Ideal But It's Fun

Terence Crawford vs. Amir Khan Isn't Ideal But It's Fun

By Michael Rosenthal - Of course, Terence Crawford will be a heavy favorite when he defends his welterweight title against Amir Khan on April 20 on pay-per-view television. Crawford is either No. 1 or...Read More

Andrade: Canelo Can't Just Fight Bums To Make All That Money

Andrade: Canelo Can't Just Fight Bums To Make All That Money

By Keith Idec - Don’t expect an apology from Demetrius Andrade for facing his upcoming opponent. The unbeaten WBO middleweight champion gladly would’ve waited to return to the ring if he were guarante...Read More

A Realistic Wish List for the Year Ahead

A Realistic Wish List for the Year Ahead

By Cliff Rold - Whether you’re covering up from the cold on the top of the planet, or heading to the beach to the south, for every fight fan there is only one new season the New Year truly brings. The...Read More

Amanda Serrano: I Don't Dictate My Career Around Katie Taylor

Amanda Serrano: I Don't Dictate My Career Around Katie Taylor

By Thomas Gerbasi - At just 30 years old and with six world title belts already in her possession, there is nothing left to prove for Amanda Serrano. That doesn’t mean she’s letting her foot off the g...Read More

Roach Wants Pac To Teach Lesson: Mayweather Beat Up Little Kid!

Roach Wants Pac To Teach Lesson: Mayweather Beat Up Little Kid!

By Lyle Fitzsimmons - There are a few more wrinkles and grey hairs, perhaps, but some things don’t change. When Freddie Roach and Manny Pacquiao are preparing for a fight, the trainer rarely misses an...Read More

Amir Khan Facing Crawford: To Be Applauded or Condemned?

Amir Khan Facing Crawford: To Be Applauded or Condemned?

By Tris Dixon - SOCIAL media has been sent into frenzy over the news that Amir Khan will likely face Terence Crawford in the USA on April 20. It seemed it was a ‘now or never’ moment, for Khan to take...Read More

Lemieux's Dreams Of A Canelo Bout May Still Be Alive

Lemieux's Dreams Of A Canelo Bout May Still Be Alive

By Corey Erdman - The fact that David Lemieux was being positioned as the next challenger for Canelo Alvarez is somewhere between a thinly veiled secret and public knowledge. Nobody explicitly said th...Read More

Savor Your Favorite Fighters Because They Fade Away

Savor Your Favorite Fighters Because They Fade Away

By Michael Rosenthal - One thing I’ve learned in boxing is that you should appreciate transcendent fighters while they’re at their best because those periods are fleeting. I witnessed up close the cir...Read More

BoxingScene's Rest of the Best of 2018

BoxingScene's Rest of the Best of 2018

By Cliff Rold - Some choices are easy. Oleksandr Usyk as Fighter of the Year, at this website and through just about every outlet that covered boxing in 2018, was as easy as it gets. Three major wins,...Read More

BoxingScene.com's 2018 Fighter of The Year: Oleksandr Usyk

BoxingScene.com's 2018 Fighter of The Year: Oleksandr Usyk

By Keith Idec - When Oleksandr Usyk unloaded that straight left hand to finish Tony Bellew, the emerging star emphatically placed a proverbial exclamation point on his tremendous 2018. The unbeaten Uk...Read More

BoxingScene's 2018 Fight of the Year: Tanaka vs. Kimura

BoxingScene's 2018 Fight of the Year: Tanaka vs. Kimura

By Thomas Gerbasi - On paper, it may look easy. Three titles in three weight classes in 12 fights, all at the age of 23. But that’s not the way it’s gone for Kosei Tanaka, who had visited the deck twi...Read More

Spence, Charlo and Floyd (?!?) To Create Lasting 2019 Memories

If you’ve gotten to this point and aren’t happy, it’s your own fault. You should have seen it coming last year. As has become early January tradition in this Tuesday morning space, we proactively gree...Read More

BoxingScene.com's Knockout of The Year: Whyte Over Chisora

BoxingScene.com's Knockout of The Year: Whyte Over Chisora

By Keith Idec - Dillian Whyte was headed toward another close call against Dereck Chisora. Two years after defeating Chisora by split decision in a slugfest that warranted “Fight of the Year” consider...Read More

BoxingScene’s 2018 Upset of the Year: Harrison vs. Charlo

BoxingScene’s 2018 Upset of the Year: Harrison vs. Charlo

By Cliff Rold - Some guys are there to make a good show. And lose. That’s the role they are chosen for and expected to play matched with established names or rising stars with their eyes on bigger thi...Read More

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