Despite possessing speed, talent and youth, former 140-pound titlist Amir Khan has dealt with his share of misfortune. He says he’s turned things around.
Tags: Amir Khan, Arena Birmingham, boxing, DAZN, Editorial, Joe Goossen, op-ed, opinion, preview, Samuel Vargas, steve kim, Virgil Hunter
On Saturday night, WBC heavyweight titlist Deontay Wilder squared off against Luis Ortiz in a Showtime main event, at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
Tags: Andre Dirrell, Anthony Joshua, Barclays Center, boxing, Brooklyn, Deontay Wilder, Jose Uzcategui, Joseph Parker, Luis Ortiz, Michael Baca II, Mike Baca II, New York, Recap, results, showtime, Uzcategui-Dirrell II, Virgil Hunter, WBC heavyweight title, Wilder-Ortiz
Anyone can pick a major fight result but unless you know all its story lines, you might not know everything you think you know…Michael Baca II reports.
Tags: boxing, HBO Pay-Per-View, IBF/WBA/WBO light heavyweight championship, John David Jackson, Las Vegas, Main Events, Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino Events Center, Michael Baca II, Mike Baca II, Nevada, prediction, Story Lines, Virgil Hunter, Ward-Kovalev 2, Ward-Kovalev II
It’s Week 22 of Michael Baca II’s ‘The War Report,’ featuring a full recap of boxing’s best and what to look forward to in the coming weeks.
Tags: Adonis Stevenson, Andrzej Fonfara, boxing, Michael Baca II, Mike Baca II, results, schedule, showtime, Stevenson-Fonfara, The War Report, Tony Yoka, Travis Clark, Virgil Hunter, War Report, WBC light heavyweight title, Week 22
Tonight’s rematch between WBC 175-pound titlist Adonis Stevenson and Andrzej Fonfara has many possible outcomes but only two could lead to ultimate glory.
Tags: Adonis Stevenson, al haymon, Andre Ward, Andrzej Fonfara, Bell Centre, boxing, Canada, Eleider Alvarez, Jean Pascal, lineal light heavyweight title, Michael Baca II, Mike Baca II, Montreal, PBC, Premier Boxing Champions, Quebec, Sergey Kovalev, showtime, Stevenson-Fonfara II, Virgil Hunter, WBC light heavyweight title
After a night of heavyweight action on FOX, an inpromptu – and VERY surreal – bout between WBC titlist Deontay Wilder and Dominic Breazeale ensued.
Tags: Abel Sanchez, Alabama, Birmingham, Breazeale-Ugonoh, Carlos Vargas, Christina Breazeale, Deontay Wilder, Dominic Breazeale, Gennady Golovkin, Gerald Washington, Hurd-Harrison, Izuagbe Ugonoh, Jarrett Hurd, Jerry Gonzalez, Legacy Arena, Manny Robles, PBC, PBC on FOX, Premier Boxing Champions, steve kim, Tim Smith, Tony Harrison, vacant IBF junior middleweight title, Virgil Hunter, WBC heavyweight titlist, Westin Birmingham
Done right, the Sergey Kovalev vs. Andre Ward 175-pound championship bout could rejuvenate boxing for hardcore fans and the eyes of the mainstream.
Tags: Andre Ward, HBO Pay-Per-View, IBF/WBA/WBO light heavyweight titles, John David Jackson, Kovalev-Ward, Max Kellerman, Michael Baca II, Pound for Pound, Sergey Kovalev, Virgil Hunter
Two proud men. One huge world light heavyweight championship fight. “The President” Andrew V. Kennedy looks deeper into Sergey Kovalev vs. Andre Ward.
Tags: Andre Ward, Andrew V. Kennedy, Brin-Jonathan Butler, Egis Klimas, HBO Sports, IBF/WBA/WBO light heavyweight titlist, Kathy Duva, Kovalev-Ward, Las Vegas, Main Events, Natalia Kovalev, Nevada, November 19, Peter Nelson, Roman Simakov, Sergey Kovalev, T-Mobile Arena, The President, Virgil Hunter
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.
Tags: Andzrej Fonfara, boxing, Boxing Don Dinkins, Canelo Alvarez, Carl Froch, Carlos Cuadras, Chocolatito-Cuadras, Chris Eubank Jr., Daniel Jacobs, Floyd Mayweather Jr., Fury-Klitschko II, Gabe Rosado, Gabriel Rosado, Gennady Golovkin, Golovkin-Brook, Gonzalez-Cuadras, Ishe Smith, Jacobs-Mora II, Jesus Soto Karass, Joe Smith Jr., Kamegai-Soto Karass II, Kell Brook, Liam Smith, op-ed, opinion, Outside the ropes, Roman Gonzalez, Saul Alvarez, Sergio Mora, Smith-Alvarez, Smith-Canelo, Tyson Fury, Virgil Hunter, Willie Monroe Jr., Wladimir Klitschko, Yoshihiro Kamegai
The closer we get to bell time for Gennady Golovkin-Kell Brook, the more outspoken trainer Abel Sanchez gets regarding his star pupil. Steve Kim reports.
Tags: Alvarez-Khan, Amir Khan, AT&T Stadium, Canelo Alvarez, Canelo-Khan, Dallas, Daniel Jacobs, Darnell Boone, Eddy "Chepo" Reynoso, Errol Spence Jr., Gennady Golovkin, GGG-Brook, Gilberto Ramirez, Golden Boy Promotions, Golovkin-Brook, K2 Promotions, Kell Brook, Kenneth McNeil, Liam Smith, Max Golovkin, Oleg Herman, oscar de la hoya, Saul Alvarez, Smith-Alvarez, Smith-Canelo, steve kim, Texas, Tom Loeffler, Virgil Hunter, WBO junior middleweight title
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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