Carl Frampton holds plenty of admiration for Leo Santa Cruz heading into their 126-pound title fight Saturday night. He also plans on holding the championship belt afterward.
Carl Frampton hopes his remake of “Coming to America” is better received than his original version.
Anthony Joshua had to work harder than he expected against Dominic Breazeale on Saturday, but he finished the job early once again to retain his world heavyweight title.
While differing in opinion on who will prevail Saturday in their heavyweight title showdown in London, both British champion Anthony Joshua and American challenger Dominic Breazeale agree on one thing: Someone is getting knocked out.
James DeGale knows all about upsets. And the Londoner is adamant Saturday’s clash with Rogelio Medina is not going to be another one.
James DeGale's next two objectives: Take care of Rogelio Medina, then clean up the 168-pound division
James DeGale wants to make two things very clear: First, he has huge respect for Rogelio Medina, his next opponent. Second, he insists Medina is merely a stepping stone to his ultimate goal—namely, total domination of the 168-pound weight class.
It was “Prince” Charles Martin was entered the ring at London’s O2 Arena wearing a crown Saturday, but it was Anthony Joshua who exited it as the newest monarch of boxing.