On Saturday night, ‘Top Rank Boxing on ESPN’ featured a main event pitting former heavyweight title challenger Bryant Jennings against Alexander Dimitrenko.
On Friday night, Golden Boy Promotions and ESPN featured a televised doubleheader, in Indio, California, with 130-pounder Andrew Cancio in its main event.
After having fallen short in a world title attempt and suffering promotional issues, heavyweight Bryant Jennings realizes boxing is both sport and business.
Having trotted the globe to build his professional career, TJ Doheny now holds a world title to match his traveling ways. Bill Tibbs reports.
Former two-division titlist Carl Frampton and lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury might just be one fight each from prominence on Saturday.
The events might not quite be high-profile but there’s still plenty of boxing on this weekend for the hardcore fan to enjoy. Steve Kim reports.
After having spent most of his career at lightweight, unbeaten Ryan Martin will challenge Josh Taylor in the next season of the World Boxing Super Series.
Ray “Boom Boom” Manciniand Steve Kim in UCN's "Gloves Off"
Bryant Jennings says ‘By-By’ to Alexander Dimitrenko in thrilling heavyweight fight
ESPN2 results: Andrew Cancio beats Dardan Zenunaj in an exciting action fight
Bryant Jennings, the businessman of boxing
From Ireland to Australia to the United States to Japan, TJ Doheny is truly a world champion
Carl Frampton and Tyson Fury ready themselves for bigger fights
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