By Derek Gionta: ESPN 2’s Friday Night Fights will host a six-round battle of unbeaten light heavyweight prospects in the opening TV bout this Friday (2/6), as Dustin Echard locks horns with knockout artist Ahmed Elbiali. The fight will take place at the Beau Rivage Resort and Casino in Biloxi, Mississippi.
By Dmytro Mossienko: Double Olympic champion and highly regarded professional Vasyl Lomachenko has claimed that he will fight for the WBO Featherweight title against champion Orlando Salido on March 1st 2014
After the terrible news about Paul Williams being involved in a motor cycle accident, Golden Boy Promotions is looking for a new challenger to face WBC light middleweight champion Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.
Amir Khan says he is over the disappointment of the Lamont Peterson ifight falling through and is fully focused on facing insists Danny Garcia for the WBC light welterweight champion Garcia on July 14.
By: Mike Sloan: Carl Froch had mentioned a few times leading up to last Saturday night that he felt Lucian Bute was a bit overrated. After watching the Englishman dismantleButeand eventually remove him from consciousness, maybe Froch was onto something.
By Ron Valderrama at ringside: May 26th Tucson-Az. Bantamweight, Hanzel "El Tornadito" Martinez survived a scare and managed to walk away with the WBC United States (USNBC) Bantamweight Title in a win over Felipe Rivas.
By Petrer Lerner: There was a bit of everything happening in Italian boxing over the weekend: the long-awaited return of the protagonists of last year’s fight of the year, two EU and a European title fight, two impressive visitors, the comeback of the former pound-for-pound king of Italy, plenty of knockdowns and an absolutely gruesome miscarriage of justice.
British heavyweight Audley Harrison returned to the ring for the first time since being destroyed by David Haye last Saturday evening when he faced fellow Londoner Ali Adams at the Brentwood Centre in Essex
By Derek Bonnett: October 12, 1994 was a very special day for me in terms of my twenty-three years of following professional boxing. I was a seventeen year old kid at the time and the only things that got my heart pumping were cheerleaders, Camaros, and, mostly effectively, boxing matches
By John F. McKenna: Jack Dempsey roared onto the boxing scene just prior to the beginning of the 1920’s. The “Roaring Twenties” if you will. And no individual did more to put that roar into the age which brought theUnited States into its role as a world power
By: Marc Livitz: The fight of his life is just two weeks away and he wishes it could take place tomorrow. Palm Springs, California native Timothy “Desert Storm” Bradley strongly feels that the contest which is set to take place on June 9 at the MGM in Las Vegas is the opportunity of a lifetime