Here’s a list of some of PBC's top rising stars. Boxers on this list are on a hot streak—like a slugger in baseball on a hitting streak or a running back in football who keeps posting 100-yard rushing games. They’re not ranked in any particular order. We’ll leave that to you—the reader.
Newly crowned 168-pound champion Caleb Truax checks in following is victory upset over James DeGale. Plus, we preview our final final card of the year.
Little-known Minnesota native's shocking upset in London, not only secured Caleb Truax his dream of a world championship—but also opened up a world of new possibilities.
Anthony Dirrell entered Friday’s 169-pound clash with Caleb Truax two fights removed from being dethroned as a champion. It didn’t take long for the 31-year-old to prove he’s still worthy of wearing the crown—and prove it he did in a big way.
Long ago, Leon “Bumper” Lawson made two predictions about his grandsons, Andre and Anthony Dirrell: that they would become top amateur fighters and, one day, world champions. The brothers made good on the former prophecy and are working doggedly to bring the latter to reality—and soon.
Man on a mission: As he preps for Caleb Truax, Anthony Dirrell is determined to regain his 168-pound title
Anthony Dirrell was confident of winning his first 168-pound championship defense last April against Badou Jack, a man who was two bouts removed from a 61-second stoppage loss to unheralded Derek Edwards.
The last time brothers Andre and Anthony Dirrell fought on the same night, Barack Obama was barely 60 days into his first term as president. That drought is about to end.
Golden Gloves runner-up and unbeaten professional Jamal James (17-0, 9 KOs) will take on Dominican heavy hitter Juan Carlos Abreu (18-1-1, 17 KOs) in a battle of 147-pounders in the main event on tonight’s Bounce TV card from Full Sail Live in Winter Park, Florida.