With every Errol Spence Jr.-Leonard Bundu, there seems to be more than enough bouts to set things back to Square One with Premier Boxing Champions.
Could 135-pound contender Jose Felix Jr., who faces Robert Frankel tonight in Fallon, Nevada, be suffering from focus issues as of late? Steve Kim reports.
As the boxing-crazed masses, we all know what goes on inside the ropes. But outside them? Well, we’ll just leave that to Boxing Don Dinkins.
So now that the 2016 Summer Olympics are over, what’s next for some of the Games’ top amateurs? Rian Scalia reports.
Still seemingly a work in progress, lightweight Mason Menard has his sights set on bigger prizes in his division, namely Terry Flanagan’s WBO title.
Whose promotional hooks will wind up in the unassuming kids who have just given their all in the amateurs leading up to the Olympics? Steve Kim reports.
An unfortunate fact, most prizefighters end their careers under less desirable circumstances and in comparable shape. Professor Marty Mulcahey looks back.
Ray “Boom Boom” Manciniand Steve Kim in UCN's "Gloves Off"
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Felix in Fallon
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Mason Menard on the rise
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