Heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder handled a busy Saturday as efficiently as dispatching the 36 opponents he's faced in the ring.
A native of Orlando, Florida, Erickson Lubin will enter the ring with a heavy heart Saturday night when he faces Daniel Sandoval in Chicago.
In the wake of the cancellation of his heavyweight title defense against Alexander Povetkin in Moscow, Deontay Wilder expressed a desire for his next fight to be somewhere within his home state of Alabama. Wish granted.
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.
The slugfest between hammer-fisted behemoths Chris Arreola and Curtis Harper likely won’t be included in any "Art of Boxing" instructional videos anytime soon, but that doesn't mean it wasn't fun to watch.
Chris Arreola and Travis Kauffman came into their fight Saturday night at the AT&T Center in San Antonio as friends and longtime sparring partners. They left with plenty of questions unsettled.
Thursday’s press conference saw fireworks between Chris Arreola and Travis Kauffman when heated words turned into pushing and shoving. Friday’s weigh-in wasn’t as explosive, but Arreola wasn’t going to just let bygones be bygones.
Travis Kauffman was 10 years old when his father, Marshall, opened KING’s (Kids In Need of Guidance) Boxing Gym in Reading, Pennsylvania. Five years after that, Marshall Kauffman brought one of his amateur charges, Kermit Cintron, to the pro ranks. Another five years later and Cintron was at Caesars Palace taking on Antonio Margarito for a 147-pound championship.