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Rosado: Always Static Between Me and Jacobs, The Fight Just Had To Happen!

Rosado: Always Static Between Me and Jacobs, The Fight Just Had To Happen!

By Thomas Gerbasi - One of the most appealing parts of boxing for a young athlete is that there isn’t much in the way of a barrier to entry. It’s not like the NBA, NFL or Major League Baseball, where

Epic Farewell a Reminder That Greats Don't Often Meet

By Lyle Fitzsimmons - Hard to believe it’s been a dozen years. And as I sit this morning watching the outer bands of a tropical storm test the flexibility of my backyard trees, I vividly recall steppi

Canelo is a Free Agent. So Now What?

Canelo is a Free Agent. So Now What?

By Dan Rafael - Superstar Canelo Alvarez, regarded by many as boxing’s No. 1 pound-for-pound fighter, has won belts in four divisions from junior middleweight to light heavyweight, and says he is will

"Strength Of Schedule" Is The Only Knock Against Terence Crawford

By Corey Erdman - Terence Crawford is one of two men who is called the pound for pound best fighter on the planet by anybody these days. The consensus top dog amongst outlets and observers is Canelo A

Callum Johnson in Boxing Purgatory Due To Hearn-Gallagher Row

Callum Johnson in Boxing Purgatory Due To Hearn-Gallagher Row

By Tris Dixon - Former IBF light heavyweight challenger Callum Johnson finds himself in boxing purgatory. He’s fallen between the cracks of a dispute between his trainer and manager Joe Gallagher and

Who Will Gervonta Davis Fight Next? Assessing His Options At 130, 135 Pounds

Who Will Gervonta Davis Fight Next? Assessing His Options At 130, 135 Pounds

By Keith Idec - Floyd Mayweather wouldn’t even entertain a question about Gervonta Davis’ potential opponents Saturday night. It wasn’t the appropriate time, according to Davis’ prominent promoter, to

Devin Haney, By Proxy

Devin Haney, By Proxy

By Cliff Rold - Sometimes all you can do is win better. While all their most recent fights aren’t in the same division, it’s fairly easy to start to link a particular crew of lightweight-ish fighters

Tim Ryan Hopes To One Day Get a Call From The Hall

Tim Ryan Hopes To One Day Get a Call From The Hall

By Thomas Gerbasi - It’s a shame, but not a complete surprise, that Tim Ryan hasn’t been given his place in the International Boxing Hall of Fame in Canastota. Simply put, in a world where shouting pa

Election 2020: Casting My Ballots For IBHOF Immortality

Election 2020: Casting My Ballots For IBHOF Immortality

By Lyle Fitzsimmons - It’s election season. And after many years in which a few names clearly separated from the pack of “modern” fighters angling for International Boxing Hall of Fame induction, we’v

Usyk's Second Heavyweight Win Produces More Questions Than Answers

Usyk's Second Heavyweight Win Produces More Questions Than Answers

By Corey Erdman - Derek Chisora arrived at the weigh-in for his bout against Oleksandr Usyk dressed like The Joker, albeit a giant, musclebound version of the normally spindly Batman villain. In the B

Heavyweight Avalanche Starts With Usyk-Chisora

Heavyweight Avalanche Starts With Usyk-Chisora

By Tris Dixon - Over the next few weeks, Tyson Fury, Anthony Joshua, Alexander Povetkin, Dillian Whyte and Kubrat Pulev will see heavyweight action. It might have taken a while for the big guns to get

Usyk-Chisora, Kambosos-Selby Weigh-In Report From London

Oleksandr Usyk and Derek Chisora are ready to take their friendly rivalry to the ring. A heavyweight clash seemingly in the works for most of 2020 is finally set to headline this Saturday at SSE Wembl

Will Fighting Leo Santa Cruz At 130 Pounds Be Worth The Weight For Gervonta Davis?

Will Fighting Leo Santa Cruz At 130 Pounds Be Worth The Weight For Gervonta Davis?

SAN ANTONIO – Gervonta Davis chuckled Thursday, but he quickly clarified that making weight Friday afternoon is no laughing matter. If Davis doesn’t weigh in at 130 pounds or less when he steps on the

Naoya Inoue - The Run, In Progress

Naoya Inoue - The Run, In Progress

By Cliff Rold - The idea that boxing’s best have already settled into the rearview mirror is disproven regularly. There’s always someone new, somewhere on the scale, who comes along to expand the hist

Gervonta Davis Following in The Footsteps of The PPV King

Gervonta Davis Following in The Footsteps of The PPV King

By Thomas Gerbasi - The 24th fight of Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s career may have been his toughest. On October 21, 2000, the 1996 U.S. Olympic bronze medalist, already a world champion at 130 pounds, enga

Umar Kremlev Announces AIBA Presidential Bid, Calls For Unity And Reform

The presidential election for the International Boxing Association (AIBA) has finally got the candidate widely expected to take the reform agenda forward. Umar Kremlev, Vice President of the European

Brook: Khan Didn't Believe He Would Win, Crawford Knows I'm Dangerous

Sheffield’s Kell Brook is not one who looks for the easiest route of resistance. Having won his IBF world welterweight title in the USA against Shawn Porter, Brook would later suffer back to back defe

Best Way To Enhance Lopez's Emerging Profile? Challenge Manny Pacquiao

Best Way To Enhance Lopez's Emerging Profile? Challenge Manny Pacquiao

By Lyle Fitzsimmons - Teofimo Lopez has officially reached the level Frank Sinatra used to sing about. In reverse. He’s made it anywhere. And now it he ought to get a shot to make it there. The chatt

Crawford vs. Brook To Air Live on Premier Sports 1 In UK

A potential last stand for a longtime box-office attraction in the United Kingdom now carries a domestic broadcast partner. The forthcoming showdown between three-division and reigning unbeaten welter

With Canelo In Limbo, Munguia Borrows The Mexican Torch And Eyes GGG

With Canelo In Limbo, Munguia Borrows The Mexican Torch And Eyes GGG

By Corey Erdman - A lot has been asked of Jaime Munguia in a short period of time. The 24-year old became a professional boxer eight years ago, still a teenager, and within five years was already a wo

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