This week on PBC Jabs, we recap our April 28th PBC on FOX show, Errol Spence Jr. announces his return to the ring and Keith Thurman relinquishes his WBC title.
Thurman will remain WBA champion and fight for the WBC's 147-pound belt after he has fully recovered from his injuries; former champions Danny Garcia and Shawn Porter will now meet for the WBC championship.
Boxing’s unified welterweight champion honored at organization’s 45th annual event, joining Steve Spurrier, Larry Bird, Tommy LaSorda, and the late Roy Halladay as award’s recipients.
Unprecedented lineup features 10 marquee events stacked with 12 world champions and 12 title fights over the first six months of 2018.
Errol Spence Jr. Hammers His Way to Top of Loaded 147-pound Division With Masterful Performance Against Lamont Peterson
Welterweight champ willing to take on all-comers—but has his sights set on a unification bout with fellow titleholder Keith Thurman.
Errol Spence Jr. and Keith Thurman Share Podium Now, Hope to Share a Ring in Blockbuster Unification bout in 2018
With a future unification bout against Keith Thurman a possibility, sharing a podium with his 147-pound champion counterpart at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, barely sufficed for Errol Spence Jr. last Saturday night.
Unified 147-pound world champion Keith Thurman discusses how he let down his guard and fell in love while on a vacation in Japan.
It’s easy to envision Keith Thurman cloaked in a scarlet robe, sitting with his eyes closed in a cave somewhere in the Himalaya mountains receiving wisdom from a Tibetan monk. If there is a fiercely independent Renaissance man in boxing today whose narrative is one he has solely designed, it is the fighter known as “One Time.”