His gigs might not all be high-profile but veteran trainer Joe Goossen is always working. On September 8, he’ll be in Amir Khan’s corner versus Samuel Vargas.
Tags: Amir Khan, Arena Birmingham, boxing, California, Editorial, Joe Goossen, op-ed, opinion, Samuel Vargas, September 8, steve kim, Ten Goose Gym, Van Nuys
Tonight a more cautious and conscientious Ryan Garcia – perhaps out of necessity – faces Carlos Morales, in Indio, California, on Facebook Live.
Tags: boxing, California, Carlos Morales, Danny Luna, Editorial, Facebook, Facebook Watch, Fantasy Springs Casino, Gervonta Davis, Golden Boy Fight Night, Golden Boy Promotions, Henry Garcia, Indio, Michael Baca II, Mike Baca II, op-ed, opinion, preview, Ryan Garcia
As we inch further away from summer, the month of September has much to offer, in the sport of boxing. Steve Kim details this month’s upcoming dates.
Tags: Alejandro Santiago, Alexander Povetkin, Anthony Joshua, Antonio Orozco, Aston Palicte, boxing, Callum Smith, Canelo Alvarez, Carlos Morales, Danny Garcia, David Lemieux, DAZN, Devin Haney, Donnie Nietes, Editorial, Errol Spence Jr., ESPN, Facebook, Facebook Watch, Felipe Orucuta, FS1, Gennady Golovkin, George Groves, Golden Boy Promotions, HBO, HBO Pay-Per-View, Jaime Munguia, Jerwin Ancajas, John Molina, Jose Ramirez, Jose Uzcategui, Juan Carlos Burgos, Juan Francisco Estrada, Kazuto Ioka, McWilliams Arroyo, op-ed, opinion, Roman Gonzalez, Ryan Garcia, Saul Alvarez, September, Shawn Porter, ShoBox, showtime, Spike O'Sullivan, steve kim, Superfly, Thomas Mattice, Victor Ortiz, Zhora Hamazaryan
In Part Two of his latest editorial, Michael Baca II examines Canelo Alvarez’s obsession with putting an end to Gennady Golovkin’s middleweight title reign.
Tags: Abel Sanchez, boxing, Canelo Alvarez, Chepo Reynoso, Eddy Reynoso, Editorial, Gennady Golovkin, Golden Boy Promotions, Golovkin-Alvarez II, Golovkin-Canelo II, Jose "Chepo" Reynoso, Michael Baca II, Mike Baca II, op-ed, opinion, oscar de la hoya, Saul Alvarez
When Scott Quigg entered the ring at 142 pounds against WBO 126-pound titlist Oscar Valdez, last March, he inadvertently forced a tipping point for change.
Tags: 24-hour weigh-ins, Andy Foster, boxing, California State Athletic Commission, Editorial, Frank Espinoza, Greg Sirb, IBF, op-ed, opinion, Oscar Valdez, Pennsylvania State Athletic Commission, Scott Quigg, steve kim, Valdez-Quigg, WBA, WBC, WBO, WBO featherweight title, weigh-ins
You’ve heard of the walk-off home run in baseball. In boxing, we now have the “walk-off run home,” as heavyweight Curtis Harper demonstrated last Friday.
Tags: boxing, Curtis Harper, Editorial, Efe Ajagba, FS1, Greg Cohen, Guinness Book, Guinness Book of World Records, heavyweight, James Honerman, Minnesota Office of Combative Sports, Nate Campbell, op-ed, opinion, PBC, PBC on FS1, Premier Boxing Champions, preview, Recap, results, Richard Schaefer, Rick Glaser, Ringstar Sports, Ronnie Shields, steve kim
In Part One of his latest editorial, Michael Baca II touches on middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin’s frustration heading into the Canelo Alvarez rematch.
Tags: Abel Sanchez, boxing, Canelo Alvarez, Editorial, Gennady Golovkin, Golden Boy Promotions, Golovkin-Alvarez II, Golovkin-Canelo II, Jaime Munguia, Michael Baca II, Mike Baca II, op-ed, opinion, oscar de la hoya, preview, Saul Alvarez, WBA/WBC middleweight titles
After falling short in his first attempt to defend his WBO lightweight title for the first time, Ray Beltran is now in a zone of uncertainty.
Tags: Bill Tibbs, boxing, Editorial, ESPN, Jose Pedraza, op-ed, opinion, Pedraza-Beltran, Ray Beltran, Raymundo Beltran, Recap, results, Top Rank, Top Rank Boxing on ESPN, Vasiliy Lomachenko, WBO lightweight title
Matchroom Boxing’s Eddie Hearn is lacking that one big name to take Matchroom Boxing and DAZN to the next level. Could Manny Pacquiao solve this problem?
Tags: Anthony Joshua, Artur Beterbiev, Billy Joe Saunders, boxing, Danny Roman, DAZN, Eddie Hearn, Editorial, James Tennyson, Jarrell Miller, Katie Taylor, Manny Pacquiao, Matchroom Boxing, Maurice Hooker, op-ed, opinion, Scott Quigg, steve kim, Tevin Farmer, Tomasz Adamek
Last weekend’s announcement of lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury facing WBC titlist Deontay Wilder took many by surprise but is it pay-per-view worthy?
Tags: Anthony Joshua, boxing, BT Sport, Deontay Wilder, Eddie Hearn, Editorial, Frank Warren, Fury-Wilder, lineal heavyweight championship, Martin Mulcahey, Marty Mulcahey, Matchroom Boxing, op-ed, opinion, showtime, Tyson Fury, WBC heavyweight title, Wilder-Fury
Ray “Boom Boom” Manciniand Steve Kim in UCN's "Gloves Off"
Neeco Macias looks to impress in Golden Boy debut against Jesus Soto Karass
From America to Scotland, the WBSS continues its worldwide tour
Nonito Donaire moves down
Hollywood Fight Nights results: Serhii Bohachuk keeps record perfect with a first round KO
Miguel Roman hopes the third time is the charm against Miguel Berchelt
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