On Saturday night, Top Rank and ESPN+ hosted an evening of fights in Las Vegas, topped by Terence Crawford vs. Jeff Horn for Horn’s WBO welterweight title.
Tags: Aelio Mesquita, Antonio Moran, Bob Arum, boxing, Crawford-Horn, Darleys Perez, David Kaminsky, DeShon Webster, ESPN, Frank Rojas, Gabriel Flores Jr., Jeff Horn, Jorge Rojas, Jose Benavidez Jr., Jose Pedraza, Las Vegas, Maxim Dadashev, MGM Grand Garden Arena, Michael Baca II, Mike Baca II, Nevada, Recap, results, Shakur Stevenson, Steven Nelson, Terence Crawford, Top Rank, Trevor Lavin, WBO welterweight title
The latest stage of sports viewing evolution is the new ESPN+ app. Will it ultimately change the way the boxing-crazed masses watch their favorite sport?
Tags: al haymon, Bob Arum, boxing, DAZN, Editorial, ESPN, Golden Boy Promotions, HBO Boxing, Horn-Crawford, Jeff Horn, Michael Baca II, Mike Baca II, op-ed, opinion, showtime, Terence Crawford, Top Rank, WBO welterweight title
Undefeated featherweight prospect Shakur Stevenson may only be six fights into his pro career but he believes he’s ready for bigger and better challenges.
Tags: Andre Ward, Bob Arum, boxing, Brad Goodman, Bruce Trampler, Editorial, James Prince, op-ed, opinion, Shakur Stevenson, steve kim, Top Rank
Tonight marks the first time a Filipino champion faces a compatriot in a title defense and it all happens in Fresno, California, on ESPN+.
Tags: Ancajas-Sultan, Bob Arum, boxing, California, Editorial, ESPN, Fresno, IBF junior bantamweight title, Jerwin Ancajas, Jonas Sultan, Jose Ramirez, op-ed, opinion, Rick Mirigian, Save Mart Arena, steve kim, Top Rank, Top Rank Boxing on ESPN
Why has – and is – so little boxing programming been scheduled for HBO in 2018? Steve Kim reports.
Tags: Adonis Stevenson, Badou Jack, Bob Arum, boxing, Editorial, Eleider Alvarez, ESPN, Gary Russell Jr., HBO, HBO Sports, IBF featherweight title, Joseph Diaz Jr., Josh Warrington, Kovalev-Alvarez, Lee Selby, op-ed, opinion, Peter Nelson, Russell Jr.-Diaz Jr., Russell-DIaz, Selby-Warrington, Sergey Kovalev, showtime, Showtime Sports, steve kim, Stevenson-Jack, Top Rank, WBC featherweight title, WBC light heavyweight title, WBO light heavyweight title
Last Saturday night, now a three-division champion, Vasiliy Lomachenko turned his career up to a whole new level by beating Jorge Linares. Steve Kim reports.
Tags: Azat Hovhannisyan, Bob Arum, boxing, Editorial, ESPN, Golden Boy Promotions, Jaime Munguia, Jimmy Glenn, Jimmy's Corner, Jorge Linares, Lomachenko-Linares, Madison Square Garden, Munguia-Ali, New York City, op-ed, opinion, Recap, results, Rey Vargas, Robert Alcazar, Sadam Ali, steve kim, Top Rank, Vargas-Hovhannisyan, Vasiliy Lomachenko, Vasyl Lomachenko, WBA lightweight title, WBC junior featherweight title, WBO junior middleweight title
As undefeated junior featherweight Isaac Dogboe is relishing his new turn as a major beltholder, his manager Mike Altamura sees big things in his future.
Tags: Bill Tibbs, Bob Arum, boxing, Dogboe-Magdaleno, Editorial, Isaac Dogboe, Jessie Magdaleno, Mike Altamura, op-ed, opinion, Recap, results, Top Rank, WBO junior featherweight title
Philadelphia might just be one significant, relevant fight card away from being reborn as a serious fight city. Luis Cortes III reports.
Tags: Bob Arum, boxing, Bryant Jennings, Christian Carto, Demond Nicholson, Editorial, ESPN, Isaac Dogboe, J Russell Peltz, Jesse Hart, Jessie Magdaleno, Joey Dawejko, Joseph Adorno, Liacouras Center, Luis Cortes, Luis Cortes III, Magdaleno-Dogboe, Marcel Rivers, NABF super middleweight title, op-ed, opinion, Peltz Boxing, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, preview, Temple University, Top Rank, WBO junior featherweight title
A rare Japanese titlist for his size, Ryota Murata will defend his WBA ‘regular’ 160-pound title against Emanuele Blandamura, Sunday morning, on ESPN2.
Tags: Bob Arum, boxing, Editorial, Emanuele Blandamura, ESPN2, Esquiva Falcao, Gennady Golovkin, GGG Promotions, Gilberto Mendoza, Hassan N'Dam, Hassan N'Dam N'Jikam, Martin Mulcahey, Marty Mulcahey, middleweight, Murata-Blandamura, op-ed, opinion, Ryota Murata, Teiken Promotions, Tom Loeffler, Top Rank, WBA "regular" middleweight title
The start of Jose Ramirez and Felix Verdejo’s careers kicked off at the same time but have taken severely divergent paths since. Bill Tibbs reports.
Tags: Amir Imam, Antonio Lozada Jr., Bill Tibbs, Bob Arum, boxing, California, Central Valley, Editorial, Felix Trinidad, Felix Verdejo, Fresno, Jose Ramirez, Madison Square Garden, Madison Square Garden Theater, Miguel Cotto, op-ed, opinion, Puerto Rico, Ramirez-Imam, Rick Mirigian, The Theater, Top Rank, vacant WBC junior lightweight title
Ray “Boom Boom” Manciniand Steve Kim in UCN's "Gloves Off"
Teofimo Lopez: ‘I am never satisfied. I have to earn everything in life, and in boxing’
Back from ‘The Big Easy’
Manny Pacquiao KOs Lucas Matthysse to capture WBA ‘regular’ welterweight title
ESPN results: Regis Prograis stops Juan Jose Velasco
Undefeated Teofimo Lopez continues ‘the takeover’ in New Orleans tonight
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