He entered the ring wearing a Lion’s head, thus signifying that he is one of the young Lions of boxing. And when he left the ring after winning a 12-round majority
Anyone who was on the job and watched them all would have put in a full eight-hour shift and been eligible for overtime pay.
Jermell Charlo defends his 154-pound WBC title against Austin Trout at the Staples Center on Saturday night in Los Angeles, but he’s not packaged as the promotion’s main event attraction
That’s certainly true of boxing, a sport without a season. The first weekend of June was arid. There was no shortage of shows – there were three in Atlantic City alone – but none that created a buzz. By contrast, this coming weekend brings us a spate of noteworthy events.
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The judging of boxing matches is not unlike an art aficionado’s impressions of the masterworks hanging in the Louvre. Some official observers go ga-ga over Monet
Two significant fights in the U.K. served as appetizers to tonight’s “doubleheader” in the Big Apple. At Glasgow, fast rising junior welterweight Josh Taylor kept
It went back and forth between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao until Floyd conclusively beat Manny in May of 2015 and then it was Mayweather. After Mayweather
At least that’s the way Derrick James, thesweetscience.com’s Trainer of the Year for 2017, sees it. He’s the guy who has done for Errol Spence Jr.
One would be hard-pressed to name a year in which there were as many scintillating knockouts. The first arrived in January