Francisco “El Bandido” Vargas fought in not just one but two Fight of the Year fights and two other grueling slugfests that could make a grown man quiver.
On Thursday, Roy Jones Jr. has what he says will be his last professional fight when he faces journeyman Scott Sigmon in Jones’ hometown of Pensacola, FL.
The year of 2017 is gone, and it has been a bittersweet one for Latino fighters across the world. We’ve gone from having a Nicaraguan flyweight at the very top
Fractured relationships and splintered audiences didn’t stop prizefighting from surpassing all expectations in the year 2017.
THREE PUNCH COMBO — There were several significant bouts this past weekend and with that several good performances. Let’s get […]
THE HAUSER REPORT — It was a good night for the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on Long Island in New […]
INGLEWOOD, CALIF.-WBC super featherweight titlist Miguel Berchelt proved his win was not a fluke and led the fight card with […]
Berchelt vs Miura Go To War in Los Angeles Golden Boy Promotions was at the Inglewood Forum for the second […]
It’s a fight that’s gone almost completely under the radar in the English-speaking world, but Orlando Salido returns to the […]
KNOCKOUT ARTIST JHONNY GONZALEZ — His name resulted from a misspelling on his birth certificate, relatively few know about his […]