With one right hook, former world champion Luis Collazo recharged his career and delivered a second straight setback to Sammy Vasquez Jr.
What happens when two skilled boxers at opposite points in their careers meet in a fight that neither believes he can afford to lose? We’re about to find out.
For a brief moment, Luis Collazo had Keith Thurman on the ropes and believed he was on the verge of being crowned a 147-pound world champion for a second time in his career.
This week in boxing history, PBC celebrates two of our own champions, remembers a pair of heavyweight title fights featuring a Hall of Fame foursome and looks back at the last lightweight title defense by a multi-division legend.
Before he turned pro as a boxer, Sammy Vasquez Jr. showed the depths of his courage during two tours of duty in Iraq with the National Guard. Now Vasquez is displaying similar fearlessness in the ring.
Sammy Vasquez Jr. was hoping his last opponent would provide the toughest challenge of his fast-rising career. It didn’t work out that way, but “The Sergeant” may get his wish with his next foe.
The beach, a cabin in the mountains, Amir Khan’s face—Keith Thurman’s pondering what he wants to hit next.