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Miguel Berchelt-Francisco Vargas Rematch Set, 3/23 on ESPN; Winner Could Get Lomachenko
Miguel Berchelt and Francisco Vargas are prepared to do it all again—and this time, with even more at stake than just the 130-pound title. A rematch to their Jan. ’17 thriller—which Berchelt won by 11th round knockout to dethrone the previously unbeaten Vargas—is set for March 23 at The Forum in Ing
Antonio Margarito: The “Loaded” Gloves and His Rivalry with Miguel Cotto on Dec 23 on Telemundo
The New Season Debuts on Telemundo this Sunday, December 23 at 11 p.m. ET with a Look Back at the Controversy Behind Three-Time Former Welterweight World Champion Antonio Margarito: The “Loaded” Gloves and His Rivalry with Miguel Cotto.
Linares stops Cotto in junior welterweight debut
In his junior welterweight debut, Linares scored two knockdowns and blew away Abner Cotto in a third-round knockout victory in the main event of the "Golden Boy Fight Night" card on Facebook Watch at the Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, California.
Top Rank signs highly touted 16-year-old prospect Xander Zayas
Top Rank, which already has a deep pool of elite prospects 21 years and younger, added a fresh face to its lineup on Thursday when it announced the signing of highly regarded 16-year-old welterweight Xander Zayas.
Former Puerto Rican boxer to sign autographs at Prime today
As a child, Cotto was enrolled in boxing to help him lose weight. He took training from the most famous boxing gym in Puerto Rico, the “Bairoa Gym” in Caguas, where he developed into a top-class amateur boxer.
WATCH: Manny Pacquaio’s Son Makes Boxing Debut
Legendary Boxer Manny Pacquaio is One of the Greatest Boxers Ever to Step Into a Ring… Now His Son Has Put on the Gloves Competitively for the First Time, as He Made His Amateur Debut…
With Adrien Broner vanquished, talk turns to Manny Pacquiao vs. Floyd Mayweather 2
LAS VEGAS — In so many ways, it felt like it was 2009 once again for Manny Pacquiao. He outclassed Adrien Broner on Saturday at the MGM Grand Garden to retain his WBA welterweight title, looking more like a 29-year-old than Broner did.
Pacquiao vs Broner: Final press conference quotes
“I feel so blessed and happy because of the excitement around this fight. It’s come from the fans here in the U.S. and media all over the world. I want to go out there and make all the people happy.
Margarito vs. Mosley—Ten Years Later
The phrase “Equal Justice Under Law” is chiseled in stone, forever etched in immortality. Thursday marked ten years since Antonio Margarito’s initial defense of the WBA Super Welterweight World title he’d taken from Miguel Cotto six months earlier…
A Backward Step is Treason: The Night Shane Mosley Shattered Antonio Margarito
Perhaps it was the aura of his opponent, a fighter with a preternatural—grotesque even—capacity for violence. Or maybe it was the troubles both professional and personal dogging him. He was the opponent that night, too; that designation—loudly confirmed by a crowd eager to see him scalped—felt espec
Anthony Joshua vs. TBA: Is the Maddening Logjam About to Burst Open?
By the time that you read this, Team Anthony Joshua may have come to terms with Team Jarrell Miller for a fight in New York in late April or May. “Big Baby,” say multiple sources, has separated himself from the pack in the scrum to be Joshua’s next opponent.
Why Aren’t More Major Fights in Boxing Being Made?
It’s 2019, which means another year of a time–honored boxing tradition: The blame game. Over the next few months, fights will crumble and fingers will be pointed. Network relationships will be cursed, promoters will be decried and social media timelines will be filled with more fans firing off criti
Aaron Pico prepares for Henry Corrales at Bellator 214, then championships in MMA and boxing
HOLLYWOOD — Aaron Pico sits on a stool at the famed Wild Card Boxing Club on Vine Street and seems entirely in his element. Pico wraps his hands for a sparring session under the watch of acclaimed boxing trainer Freddie Roach. Also looking on, from the posters and photos on the walls surrounding the
Teofimo Lopez Jr. named ESPN 2018 prospect of the year
Top Rank has a long history of signing fighters out of the Olympics and developing them into champions and superstars. The company has done it time and again, including with three of the biggest stars of their time: Oscar De La Hoya, Floyd Mayweather and Miguel Cotto.
Unfulfilled Potential: How Gennady Golovkin was screwed by the system
There stood Ring Announcer Joe Martinez, microphone in one hand, score totals adorning the other. As he paced his way through the judges’ tallies the fighters listened intently. A brief pause sharpened the senses of fighter and fan alike before two well-known words rang out and reverberated through
Serrano: “I Want to Be a Role Model for Young Girls”
Brooklyn Star Believes Her Record-Breaking Achievements Will Inspire New Generation. Amanda Serrano wants her legacy to inspire the next generation of girls to take up boxing as she prepares to challenge for World title honors in a seventh weight class when she faces Eva Voraberger for the WBO Super
Corner Talk: Pacquiao looks to defy time, Broner eyes defining moment
Father time is an opponent every athlete dreads. The saying goes, “father time is undefeated.” Well, Michael Jordan met his match in 2003 when he retired for the third time in his career. Barry Bonds in 2007. Kobe Bryant in 2016. Just to name a few in recent memory.
When Freddie Roach predicts a Manny Pacquiao KO it never happens
The first time Manny Pacquiao fought without Freddie Roach in his corner he ended his long KO drought with a stoppage of Argentine power puncher Lucas Matthysse. The Matthysse fight was in July of 2018, Manny hadn’t stopped an opponent since Miguel Cotto in 2009. A few months later Pacquiao signs wi
Canelo vs. Mayweather, other archived Alvarez fight replays, highlights on DAZN
Floyd Mayweather Jr. versus Canelo Alvarez took place on Sept. 14, 2013 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Mayweather, who was 44-0 with 26 KOs at the time, needed big names to square off with after agreeing to a landmark six-fight, 30-month deal worth at least $200 million with Showtime/CB
Canelo Alvarez and the mostly tragic history of Mexican boxers at Madison Square Garden
On Saturday, when Saul “Canelo” Alvarez fights Rocky Fielding for the WBA regular super middleweight world title in Madison Square Garden, he’ll be the first Mexican boxer to headline there in over 35 years.