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Ryan Garcia Is The Boxing Superstar Of The Digital Era

Ryan Garcia Is The Boxing Superstar Of The Digital Era

By Corey Erdman - Following Canelo Alvarez’s destruction of Rocky Fielding at Madison Square Garden, Oscar De La Hoya took the podium in the media area assembled in the hallways beyond the locker room...Read More

Chris Van Heerden Motivated To Push Forward By Dad's Memory

The knockdowns at the hands of Errol Spence or the split-decision loss years ago to Nicola Stevanovic do not add up to the pain and anguish Chris van Heerden endured during the last couple days of 201...Read More

Would Spence vs. Pacquiao Be Any Better Than Spence-Garcia?

Would Spence vs. Pacquiao Be Any Better Than Spence-Garcia?

By Michael Rosenthal - First Errol Spence picked on a little guy. Now he’s after an old guy. Errol, with due respect, you’re going to have to pick on someone who doesn’t enter the ring at a distinct d...Read More

Arum: Haymon, Wilder Were Wise To Walk Away From DAZN Deal

Arum: Haymon, Wilder Were Wise To Walk Away From DAZN Deal

By Keith Idec - Bob Arum agrees wholeheartedly with Al Haymon. Yes, you read that correctly. The antagonistic adversary who’s rarely shy about blasting boxing’s most mysterious figure actually applaud...Read More

Once More To The Home Court For Lamont Peterson

Once More To The Home Court For Lamont Peterson

By Cliff Rold - Regional draws have always been part of the lifeblood of boxing. Done right, a fighter can be a franchise. In some towns, it can be the sort of franchise that is the biggest thing in t...Read More

Van Heerden Confident Career Will Now Be On Right Path

Van Heerden Confident Career Will Now Be On Right Path

By Thomas Gerbasi - The wounds are still open and emotions are as raw as ever for Chris Van Heerden. It’s less than three months after his father Daniel was murdered in South Africa in December, and w...Read More

Pacquiao flush with options, but still wants Mayweather rematch

Pacquiao flush with options, but still wants Mayweather rematch

By Lyle Fitzsimmons - Manny Pacquiao is a man with options. He was ringside at AT&T Stadium on Saturday night and cordially engaged potential opponent Errol Spence Jr. after the IBF welterweight champ...Read More

McKenna Brothers Aim For Success in The Growing Irish Invasion

Go west, young man. They didn’t tell the McKenna brothers, Aaron and Stevie, just how far west, but ultimately the lads from County Monaghan in Ireland found their way to Southern California to chase ...Read More

Mikey Garcia is a Winner Regardless of Result Against Spence

Mikey Garcia is a Winner Regardless of Result Against Spence

By Michael Rosenthal - Mikey Garcia has already won. I would’ve advised him not to move up in weight to challenge IBF welterweight titleholder Errol Spence, just as his family members (including broth...Read More

Here's Why Spence-Garcia Should Air On FOX, Not FOX PPV

Here's Why Spence-Garcia Should Air On FOX, Not FOX PPV

By Keith Idec - DALLAS – Mikey Garcia is realistic. The undefeated four-division champion understands that four inches, 15 to 20 pounds and 24-0 aren’t the only numerical challenges he’ll encounter Sa...Read More

Luis Nery - New Audience, New Start

Luis Nery - New Audience, New Start

By Cliff Rold - Fans who follow the lower weight classes are well aware of the roller coaster career of Mexico’s 24-year old former WBC and lineal bantamweight titlist Luis Nery (28-0, 22 KO). A fight...Read More

Spence Aims For 'Spectacular Performance' Against Mikey Garcia

Spence Aims For 'Spectacular Performance' Against Mikey Garcia

By Thomas Gerbasi - It’s just a few days away from the biggest fight of 2019 thus far and the narrative has shifted. When it was announced that Errol Spence would defend his IBF welterweight title aga...Read More

Robert Garcia: Mikey Now a 147-Pounder, He's Better Than Spence

Robert Garcia: Mikey Now a 147-Pounder, He's Better Than Spence

By Lyle Fitzsimmons - Robert Garcia, to say the least, knows boxing. He’s seen world champions. He’s been a world champion. And he’s trained world champions. And as a card-carrying member of the Ray L...Read More

Dmitry Bivol Dominates With An Appreciation For His Craft

Dmitry Bivol Dominates With An Appreciation For His Craft

By Corey Erdman - VERONA, NY—Most fighters are schooled in communicating the fact that they’re confident, but few exude it effortlessly the way Dmitry Bivol does. Walking around the Turning Stone Casi...Read More

Shawn Porter Has a Plan To Change The Way He's Perceived

Shawn Porter Has a Plan To Change The Way He's Perceived

By Michael Rosenthal - Shawn Porter is already perceived as an accomplished fighter. The one-time amateur standout has been among the best welterweights in the world for six-plus years, he has won two...Read More

Smith Determined To Prove He's No Ordinary Joe Versus Bivol

Smith Determined To Prove He's No Ordinary Joe Versus Bivol

By Keith Idec - The pain was excruciating. That’s what Joe Smith Jr. remembers most from his fight against Sullivan Barrera. The light heavyweight contender knew right away that he had suffered a brok...Read More

Just Keep Punching, The Career Resurrection of Yordenis Ugas

Just Keep Punching, The Career Resurrection of Yordenis Ugas

By Cliff Rold - Henry Armstrong is one of the greatest prizefighters ever to lace gloves. No one argues about that. It’s almost a fundamental principle of the sport. Henry Armstrong was stopped in his...Read More

Dmitry Bivol's Future Includes Targeting a World Title at 168

Dmitry Bivol's Future Includes Targeting a World Title at 168

By Thomas Gerbasi - At 28, Dmitry Bivol is the considered the young kid on the championship block in the light heavyweight division and, chronologically, that’s correct. But when you realize that the ...Read More

Ugas Resurrects Career, Preps For Upset Bid Against Porter

Ugas Resurrects Career, Preps For Upset Bid Against Porter

By Lyle Fitzsimmons - Anyone who saw this coming five years ago, take a bow. Back then, in the late spring of 2014, Yordenis Ugas was coming off a second straight loss – and third in seven fights – an...Read More

James DeGale and George Groves: Missions Accomplished

James DeGale and George Groves: Missions Accomplished

By Tris Dixon - Their legacies were destined to be intertwined though it was thought for the longest time that a full-stop would have come with a retirement showdown between George Groves and James De...Read More

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