Going into his world title challenge on Saturday, Kevin Mitchell garnered attention from the media for his newfound work ethic and battle with alcoholism. Although he would ultimately lose his … Continue Reading Linares TKOs Mitchell in a bloody match
History was made last Saturday when James DeGale became the first British Olympic Gold medalist to win a world title by overcoming a mid-round surge from Michigan native Andre Dirrell … Continue Reading DeGale Makes History, Wins Title
Following the tactical match that was mislabeled “Fight of the Century” by both experts and casual fans, boxing has rejuvenated itself with exciting matches such as Canelo Alvarez’s stunning knockout … Continue Reading Golovkin & Gonzalez Score KOs
Mayweather v. Pacquiao is finally happening, as the two fighters have agreed to terms for a fight on May 2nd.
We take a look at the candidates for the 2014 Fighter of the Year.
Father Time is an undefeated entity, but Sergey Kovalev deserves all the credit for delivering the most lopsided loss of the ageless wonder Bernard Hopkins’ career. Kovalev (26-0-1, 23KO) wasted … Continue Reading Kovalev Makes Hopkins Look His Age in a Dominant Performance
An anticipated fight-of-the-year candidate quickly turned into a one-sided affair as Juan Francisco Estrada battered ex-champion Giovani Segura for an 11th round TKO in Mexico City on Saturday. This was … Continue Reading Juan Estrada Dominates Giovani Segura in 11th Round TKO
In a unification bout for the WBA and RING flyweight titles, Roman Gonzalez showed poise and power with a ninth-round TKO over Akira Yaegashi on Friday in Tokyo.
Rogelio Medina pulls off the upset with a 3rd round TKO over J’Leon Love
In his first fight since December former titleholder Austin Trout began his comeback with a tougher-than-expected decision victory over Daniel Dawson. Trout (27-2, 14KO) started the fight well by displaying … Continue Reading Austin Trout Begins Comeback
Two welterweights put their undefeated records on the line last Saturday and the result has shaken the boxing world. When Shawn Porter knocked out Paulie Malignaggi in April it put … Continue Reading Brook Upsets Porter; Figueroa KOs Estrada
The three favored fighters took care of business on Saturday to nobody’s surprise. The first bout between cancer-survivor Daniel Jacobs and Australian contender Jarrod Fletcher proved to be the most … Continue Reading Garcia, Peterson, and Jacobs Stay Busy
The best news in boxing last Saturday turned out not to be any fight that occurred. Instead, the announcement of a Nov. 8 bout with Bernard Hopkins and Sergey Kovalev … Continue Reading Hopkins-Kovalev Announced, Rios Scores Disappointing DQ Victory
Due to basically living a cave for the past month (no internet, AHHH!) and solving financial problems, I have neglected to write an article for quite some time. This is … Continue Reading Canelo & Lara Earn Respect and Criticism
Even Superman had a rough battle or two but in the end he always came out on top. In a tougher and more entertaining bout than expected Adonis “Superman” Stevenson … Continue Reading Stevenson vs. Fonfara
The simplicity of boxing allows grand narratives to be drawn quickly. When a fight is announced, there is usually a clear ‘good’ guy and ‘bad’ guy to root for and … Continue Reading Mayweather Wins But Loses Aura of Invincibility