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DAZN, The New Kid On The Block,  Ready For Boxing Kickoff

DAZN, The New Kid On The Block, Ready For Boxing Kickoff

By Thomas Gerbasi - Like it or not, it’s a brand new world when it comes to the broadcasting of boxing. And yes, it will cost you. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing, as there will be more content...Read More

Leonard vs. Hearns, and 30 Years of Living The Dream

Leonard vs. Hearns, and 30 Years of Living The Dream

By Lyle Fitzsimmons - Whaddya know, my favorite day of the year rolled around again over the weekend. Well, OK, maybe it's fourth behind my birthday, my son's birthday and Christmas – but still, it's ...Read More

Canelo-Golovkin: We Saw it Coming

Canelo-Golovkin: We Saw it Coming

By Tris Dixon - SO that is that. Everything has been settled. It might take a while for the dust to settle in the desert but we now officially know there is nothing much between Gennady Golovkin and n...Read More

Is There a Second Act For Roman Gonzalez?

Is There a Second Act For Roman Gonzalez?

By Cliff Rold - Nothing lasts forever, but in boxing some fighters can feel so automatic it’s hard to see the crash coming. From the time he first caught the attention of hardcore fans in a dominating...Read More

Golovkin vs. Canelo: 10 Questions (And Answers)

Golovkin vs. Canelo: 10 Questions (And Answers)

By Michael Rosenthal - Gennady Golovkin and Canelo Alvarez fight for a second time on Saturday night in Las Vegas. Here are some questions I have going into the fight. Alvarez has been through a lot s...Read More

De La Hoya Details Golden Boy's Future, The Business of Boxing

De La Hoya Details Golden Boy's Future, The Business of Boxing

By Thomas Gerbasi - It’s been nearly ten years since Oscar De La Hoya last stepped into the ring as an active fighter against Manny Pacquiao, enough time to continue his transition into life as a prom...Read More

Canelo-GGG, a year later, remains compelling for same reasons

Canelo-GGG, a year later, remains compelling for same reasons

By Lyle Fitzsimmons - Three weeks after the Money circus finally left Las Vegas, it was the fight to save “real” boxing. And for nearly every one of 36 minutes, it delivered. In fact, it wasn't until ...Read More

Canelo-Golovkin Rematch Deserves Your Excitement

Canelo-Golovkin Rematch Deserves Your Excitement

By Lyle Fitzsimmons - Coverage of boxing from the sport’s dedicated media and the mainstream media that parachutes in for larger fights both tend to ride raves of hysteria. When Canelo Alvarez and Gen...Read More

Spence: I'm Way Better Fighter Than Crawford; Who Has He Fought?

Spence: I'm Way Better Fighter Than Crawford; Who Has He Fought?

By Keith Idec - NEW YORK – Errol Spence Jr. respects Terence Crawford. The unbeaten IBF welterweight champion admits the undefeated Crawford is “a great fighter” whose skills and style he appreciates....Read More

Clayton Laurent Jr. Hungers To Reach Heavyweight Title Goal

Middleweight great Marvin Hagler famously said that it’s tough to get up and do roadwork in the morning when you’re sleeping in silk pajamas. In the case of Clayton Laurent Jr., it has to be difficult...Read More

Canelo-Golovkin Judges Will Also Face a Test on September 15

Canelo-Golovkin Judges Will Also Face a Test on September 15

By Michael Rosenthal - Gennady Golovkin and Canelo Alvarez won’t be the only ones facing intense scrutiny on September 15 in Las Vegas. The judges also will be under a microscope. The reason is obviou...Read More

Amanda Serrano Motivated To Secure Sixth Title By Knockout

Take a look at Amanda Serrano’s social media accounts over the last year and there have been a lot of armbars and chokes, kicks and knees, but precious little punching. “I’ve been doing it,” she laugh...Read More

Danny Garcia: I'm Not Chasing Credit From Critical Fans, Media

Danny Garcia: I'm Not Chasing Credit From Critical Fans, Media

By Keith Idec - NEW YORK – Angel Garcia considers his son the most underrated fighter in boxing. Danny Garcia has won world titles in two weight classes. Thirty-five fights into a professional career ...Read More

Porter-Garcia and a Round Robin With Room to Grow

Porter-Garcia and a Round Robin With Room to Grow

By Cliff Rold - Fans of boxing in general had to be excited about the news. Fox is dramatically increasing their investment in the sport via the PBC side of the game. Any heavy investment that transla...Read More

Tom Loeffler Reflects on His Long Journey in Boxing

Tom Loeffler Reflects on His Long Journey in Boxing

By Thomas Gerbasi - It’s the semi-calm before the storm and Tom Loeffler is gearing up for a couple weeks that include Saturday’s Superfly 3 show, an ESPN headliner between his fighter - Ruslan Madiev...Read More

Danny Garcia, Shawn Porter Should Provide Satisfying Saturday

Danny Garcia, Shawn Porter Should Provide Satisfying Saturday

By Lyle Fitzsimmons - Boxing fans can finally envision a pleasant morning after. Rather than the walk of shame prompted by sought-after fights performing below expectations, the Saturday night duel be...Read More

Amir Khan's Last Big Run

Amir Khan's Last Big Run

By Tris Dixon - The best high-wire act boxing has had in recent history is back this weekend. Amir Khan, now 31 and with a professional record of 32 wins and four losses, has been making headlines for...Read More

Lennox Lewis – Urges Heavyweights To Sort Out The Mess

FORMER world heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis says it is down to Anthony Joshua, Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury to prove their superiority at the top of the heavyweight division. Lewis, who is back in...Read More

Golovkin-Canelo Bad Blood Reminiscent of De La Hoya-Vargas

Golovkin-Canelo Bad Blood Reminiscent of De La Hoya-Vargas

By Michael Rosenthal - Oscar De La Hoya and Fernando Vargas couldn’t stand each other at the time they fought in 2002. The animus supposedly stemmed from an incident at De La Hoya’s Big Bear, Californ...Read More

Jacobs: IBF 2nd-Day Weigh-In No Problem; GGG Situation Different

Jacobs: IBF 2nd-Day Weigh-In No Problem; GGG Situation Different

By Keith Idec - NEW YORK – The legend of Daniel Jacobs skipping the IBF’s second-day weigh-in before his fight against Gennady Golovkin has grown to the degree Jacobs can’t help but laugh. It seems as...Read More

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