Former 168-pound champion looks to put on a show Friday night in his hometown of Flint, Michigan and show he's still an elite super middleweight.
Heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder delivers crushing first-round knockout of Bermane Stiverne in title rematch, immediately calls out British heavyweight titlist Anthony Joshua for championship unification.
Heavyweight Champion talks disappointment of another opponent's failed drug test and promises to make statement against mandatory challenger Bermane Stiverne Saturday night on Showtime.
All three 154-pound world champions prevailed on a night where the division's best put on an exciting show in Brooklyn, New York.
Six of the world's top 154-pound boxers are ready to pay homage to their division's deep history, while trying to strengthen their own legacies Saturday night during a title tripleheader in Brooklyn, NY.
Unbeaten contender Erickson "Hammer" Lubin insists that after a lifetime of training for a moment like Saturday night, he's ready to take his place as a 154-pound world champion.
The blank faces would mill around behind the peeling, rusted bars, bunched together so tightly that at times they could hardly move.
The little voice in Mario Barrios’ head kept whispering to be patient, stay back, don’t lean. His eyes intently focused, working out of a slight crouch, Barrios whittled down a very tough Naim Nelson. Barrios remained unbeaten in the main event of a Premier Boxing Champions show on Fox Sports 1, Tuesday night in Bethlehem, Pa.