Irish world champion Carl Frampton is having a better week than you
Overall, 2016 is off to a strong start for the Belfast-born Carl Frampton.
This time for Adrien Broner, ‘AB’ means ‘About Business’
Next up for Adrien Broner: Ashley Theophane. After that? Setting up shop outside of the ring and on an iTunes playlist near and dear to your phone.
Chris Arreola breaks ankle, postponing fight with Dominic Breazeale
Chris Arreola was all set for a veteran-vs-prospect heavyweight clash at the end of April, but after breaking his right ankle he’ll now have to wait till summer to take on the rangy Dominic Breazeale.
Sergey Lipinets unleashes brutal liver shot to stop Levan Ghvamichava
Sergey Lipinets said Levan Ghvamichava wouldn’t be able to hold up against his power. Go ahead and add “soothsayer” to Lipinets’ résumé—along with “undefeated 140-pound prospect.”
Keith Thurman-Shawn Porter reset for June 25 as part of stacked spring and summer
A bump in the road—literally—may have slowed down the Keith Thurman-Shawn Porter donnybrook, but you can’t keep a good fight down.
Deontay Wilder ready to travel to Russia to defend title against Alexander Povetkin
The land of the free and the home of …well, probably something other than Deontay Wilder’s next fight, anyway.
Keith Thurman, eager to fight Shawn Porter, talks about his accident and recovery
It didn’t seem like much at first. A little soreness, a little stiffness—nothing that was any worse than after a hard day of sparring.
Big punchers Tony Harrison and Fernando Guerrero both eyeing quick ending
Let’s talk about knockout power for a minute. Tony Harrison has shown it at 78 percent clip in his 23 fights. Fernando Guerrero has put ’em to sleep in 65 percent of his 31 tilts. Guerrero also has been stopped three times, though, and Harrison has once.