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Will Commey or Lopez Take Home Saturday’s Heisman Trophy Over Crawford?

Will Commey or Lopez Take Home Saturday’s Heisman Trophy Over Crawford?

By Mitch Abramson - Terence Crawford may be the biggest star of Saturday’s card at Madison Square Garden. But Richard Commey’s lightweight title fight with upstart Teofimo Lopez is unquestionably the

Crawford: I Don't Believe Loma, Canelo Have Passed Me On P4P List

Crawford: I Don't Believe Loma, Canelo Have Passed Me On P4P List

By Keith Idec - NEW YORK – Bob Arum introduced Terence Crawford on Wednesday the same way he glorifies Vasiliy Lomachenko. “Terence is worth the price of admission by himself,” Arum said during a pres

Saturday's Real Main Event and The Future at Lightweight

Saturday's Real Main Event and The Future at Lightweight

By Cliff Rold - It was easy for a long time to wonder if the 135 lb. division could ever get to what seemed the needed final elimination showdown between Vasyl Lomachenko and Mikey Garcia. For a slive

Alamo vs. Castaneda Clash Of Unbeatens Set For February

Big plans are in store for the Boxeo Telemundo series in year ahead, which comes out swinging with a terrific main event in one of the circuit's favorite locations. A junior welterweight crossroad

Conlan Views Nikitin Rematch as Best Christmas Present

Conlan Views Nikitin Rematch as Best Christmas Present

By Thomas Gerbasi - It was the perfect ending to the first chapter of Mick Conlan’s professional boxing career and he agreed. Fighting at home in Belfast in front of a packed house at Falls Park in Au

Recent Heavyweight Momentum Warrants Generational Perspective

Recent Heavyweight Momentum Warrants Generational Perspective

By Lyle Fitzsimmons - I’m in a heavyweight state of mind. And given the recent deluge of big men carrying gaudy belts, it’s no coincidence. WBC kingpin Deontay Wilder vaporizes Luis Ortiz with a singl

Anthony Joshua: Version 2.0

Anthony Joshua: Version 2.0

By Tris Dixon - ONCE again Anthony Joshua will be calling for the biggest slice of any heavyweight pie after he regained his world heavyweight titles with a commanding victory over Andy Ruiz. Joshua w

The Big Ruiz: The Dude Abides (In His Fight With Joshua)

The Big Ruiz: The Dude Abides (In His Fight With Joshua)

By Mitch Abramson - When the Hall-of-Fame matchmaker Bruce Trampler was making fights for heavyweight Andy Ruiz Jr. with Top Rank, there were times when he wondered if boxing was Ruiz’s first priority

Whyte: I'm Getting Screwed Over; Wilder Don't Wanna Fight Me!

Whyte: I'm Getting Screwed Over; Wilder Don't Wanna Fight Me!

By Keith Idec - Dillian Whyte isn’t angry at WBC president Mauricio Sulaiman anymore. The brash British heavyweight has patched up his philosophical differences with Sulaiman, even though the WBC won’

D'Mitrius Ballard Ready To Put Middleweight Division On Notice

It was a fight that was on D’Mitrius Ballard’s radar for a while but one where he recognized wasn’t the right fit for where he was in his career at the time. With a clear mind and reloaded team, the

Adam Lopez Warns: I'm Gonna Be a Problem at Featherweight!

You almost have to feel bad for Oscar Valdez. The former featherweight champion came off the deck to stop Adam Lopez in seven rounds last Saturday, kicking off his 130-pound campaign, but since the La

O'Shaquie Foster: Nobody is Trying To Take Chances With Me Anymore

It takes a lot to catch junior lightweight contender O’Shaquie Foster off guard. A little snowstorm in New York City the week of his fight with Alberto Mercado can do the trick.

Anthony Joshua - What Happens If It Happens Again?

Anthony Joshua - What Happens If It Happens Again?

By Cliff Rold - If he never won another fight, Anthony Joshua (22-1, 21 KO) would be able to say he had a career most fighters could only dream of. In 2012, he won Olympic gold at super heavyweight at

Charlie Sheehy Closing in On Dream of 2020 Olympic Spot

By Thomas Gerbasi - Charlie Sheehy won’t ever forget his first gym. Anyone who sees the Ring of Fire facility under the baseball bleachers at Crocker-Amazon Park in San Francisco won’t forget it, eith

Heavyweight Title Has Truly Gone Global Over The Years

Heavyweight Title Has Truly Gone Global Over The Years

By Ron Lewis - For most of its existence, the world heavyweight title seldom strayed beyond the borders of the United States, yet when Andy Ruiz Jr defends WBA, WBO, IBO and IBF heavyweight titles aga

From Favorite To Suspect, Joshua Faces Mettle Test in Rematch

From Favorite To Suspect, Joshua Faces Mettle Test in Rematch

By Lyle Fitzsimmons - Go ahead… ask yourself. When was the last time a fighter who won as a prohibitive underdog suddenly transformed into a smart-money pick – if not exactly a consensus betting favor

Joshua-Ruiz II Is Like Nothing We've Ever Seen Before

Joshua-Ruiz II Is Like Nothing We've Ever Seen Before

By Corey Erdman - As Andy Ruiz Jr. and Anthony Joshua make their final preparations for Saturday’s heavyweight title rematch, a team of 175 builders are putting the finishing touches on the venue that

The Case for Deontay Wilder in the Pound-for-Pound Rankings

The Case for Deontay Wilder in the Pound-for-Pound Rankings

By Mitch Abramson - Trying to make sense of how Deontay Wilder fights is no easy chore. His bouts end in concussive knockouts, but he often struggles with opponents. He lands the right hand with text

Frampton: Not A Chance In Hell Santa Cruz Fights Gervonta Davis

Frampton: Not A Chance In Hell Santa Cruz Fights Gervonta Davis

By Keith Idec - Carl Frampton watched from a ringside seat Saturday night in Las Vegas as Leo Santa Cruz comfortably beat Miguel Flores to become a four-weight world champion. Frampton wasn’t overly i

Tete-Casimero: An Unpredictable Holiday Gift

Tete-Casimero: An Unpredictable Holiday Gift

By Cliff Rold - First there was a rematch. Soon there will be another. Rightfully, much of the boxing world is focused on the heavyweight division. WBC titlist Deontay Wilder scored another sensationa

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