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Easter Says Mikey Garcia is 'Going To Be a Win, An Easy Win'

Easter Says Mikey Garcia is 'Going To Be a Win, An Easy Win'

By Lyle Fitzsimmons - There are myriad elements to a boxing match. Winners – and, on the highest level, champions – are typically the fighters that have the better skill sets, the greater power punche...Read More

Manny Pacquiao and Boxing's Endless Circle

Manny Pacquiao and Boxing's Endless Circle

By Tris Dixon - THEY were heady days, when Manny Pacquiao scorched a terrifying path to the pinnacle of the pound-for-pound lists. But they were also a long, long time ago. One-hundred-and-fifty round...Read More

Fearless Josh Taylor Aiming To Emulate Joe Calzaghe Success

Fearless Josh Taylor Aiming To Emulate Joe Calzaghe Success

By Tris Dixon - IT is hard to sound level-headed while having the ambition to match Hall of Famers, but Scotland’s classy Josh Taylor somehow manages it. The southpaw super-welterweight, who won a fan...Read More

Pacquiao, Roach, Arum: The End of a Happy Family

Pacquiao, Roach, Arum: The End of a Happy Family

By Michael Rosenthal - Manny Pacquiao, Freddie Roach and Bob Arum comprised the most-enduring and successful fighter-trainer-promoter combination of their generation. Roach and Arum orchestrated Pacqu...Read More

Despite Talk, Ramirez Not Seeking Toughest Tests at 140 Pounds

Despite Talk, Ramirez Not Seeking Toughest Tests at 140 Pounds

By Keith Idec - Deep down, the fighter in Jose Ramirez must’ve meant what he said. It’s just hard to take these statements seriously from someone who’s listed as a 100-1 favorite by numerous Internet ...Read More

James DeGale - Sometimes The Duck is The Right Move

James DeGale - Sometimes The Duck is The Right Move

By Cliff Rold - James DeGale (24-2-1, 14 KO), 2008 Olympic Gold Medalist and two-time former IBF super middleweight titlist, might be a three time titlist some day. If he is, it won’t be necessarily b...Read More

O'Connor Vows Upset: I'm Walking Away With Jose Ramirez' Belt

O'Connor Vows Upset: I'm Walking Away With Jose Ramirez' Belt

By Thomas Gerbasi - There’s so much to think about for Danny O’Connor as he prepares for his first world title shot against WBC 140-pound champion Jose Carlos Ramirez this Saturday. He’s choosing to i...Read More

The Art Of Beef And How It Enhances Boxing

It is of no coincidence that the two biggest fights that can be made in boxing are stuffed full of animosity. Both Canelo-GGG and a potential — and seemingly inevitable — showdown between Anthony Josh...Read More

Creating The Perfect Fighter - at Welterweight

Creating The Perfect Fighter - at Welterweight

By Lyle Fitzsimmons - There are some fighters who do one thing exceedingly well but lack other important attributes. Think punchers who can’t box, busy guys with no power or fast guys with balky chins...Read More

Boxing Finally Fully Embraces Streaming Broadcast Technology

Boxing Finally Fully Embraces Streaming Broadcast Technology

By Corey Erdman - For most of the history of entertainment transmissions, boxing has been on the cutting edge of broadcast technology. By and large, the direction that live broadcasts have moved throu...Read More

Breazeale: I'd Beat 'Lucky' Wilder Easier Than Ugonoh and Molina

Breazeale: I'd Beat 'Lucky' Wilder Easier Than Ugonoh and Molina

By Keith Idec - Dominic Breazeale isn’t impressed with Deontay Wilder. The confident contender thinks so little of the hard-hitting WBC heavyweight champion that Breazeale believes beating Wilder woul...Read More

WBO Title Shot at Stake in Saucedo's Hometown Fight on ESPN

WBO Title Shot at Stake in Saucedo's Hometown Fight on ESPN

By Keith Idec - Whenever Alex Saucedo attended events at Chesapeake Energy Arena, his mind would wander. Whether he was watching an Oklahoma City Thunder game, a hockey game or a monster truck event, ...Read More

Vargas: I'm Nothing Like Lo Greco, I Will Give Amir Khan Hell!

If this seems familiar, it should. A fighter from Toronto spoke during a press conference Thursday in England about having more than enough time to prepare and all the motivation he needs to upset he...Read More

Joshua-Wilder: We'll Probably Get a Fight, Might Miss a Rivalry

Joshua-Wilder: We'll Probably Get a Fight, Might Miss a Rivalry

By Cliff Rold - No one should be shocked. They shouldn’t even be all that surprised. After the requisite social media bantering, the trash talk, the competing ‘offers’ for a showdown, this fall the bo...Read More

Regis Prograis: I'm The Uncrowned King at 140, I Want All Titles

Regis Prograis: I'm The Uncrowned King at 140, I Want All Titles

By Thomas Gerbasi - When Regis Prograis returns home to New Orleans and faces Juan Jose Velasco on July 14, he will do so as a conquering hero, complete with an interim world title belt around his wai...Read More

Golovkin's Coach on Canelo Running, 168 Jump, Charlo's Worth

Golovkin's Coach on Canelo Running, 168 Jump, Charlo's Worth

By Lyle Fitzsimmons - Gennady Golovkin has three middleweight title belts he’d like to keep. And he’s grown fond of the pound-for-pound love that comes with them. But when his combatively negotiated, ...Read More

There's Something Evil in Boxing and it Stinks

There's Something Evil in Boxing and it Stinks

By Tris Dixon - THIS column should begin with me telling you how Scotland’s Josh Taylor came of age in a huge step-up fight. I should be able to point out how he brilliantly demonstrated things he had...Read More

How Errol Spence Jr. Became Everyone's Favorite Welterweight

How Errol Spence Jr. Became Everyone's Favorite Welterweight

By Andreas Hale - The welterweight division may be crowded with talent, but Errol Spence Jr. is the one holding all of the cards to success. After wrecking mandatory challenger Carlos Ocompo on Saturd...Read More

Muhammad Ali Book Brings New Insight To Legendary Career

Muhammad Ali Book Brings New Insight To Legendary Career

By Thomas Gerbasi - At this point in time, it wouldn’t be out of line to assume that there is nothing new to be learned about Muhammad Ali. Countless books have tackled every aspect of the life of “Th...Read More

Is Boxing About to Ask Fans to Dig Deeper Than Ever?

Is Boxing About to Ask Fans to Dig Deeper Than Ever?

By Cliff Rold - Until MMA really got hot, it was fair to say no sport in the US cost its fans more money for home viewing on a regular basis than boxing. Sure, the professional and college gridiron ha...Read More

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