Super Welterweight Champ Jermell Charlo counts down his Greatest Hits
In anticipation of Saturday night's title fight against former 154-pound champion Austin Trout, we take a look back on a trio of "Iron Man's" most significant fights.
Lee Selby graduates from small halls to packed arenas in his Greatest Hits
To quote French poet Charles Baudelaire, or maybe it was AC/DC: “It’s a long way to the top if you want to rock and roll.” And the trip is no shorter if you’re blasting noses in place of eardrums for a living. Just ask Lee Selby.
Devon Alexander marches on two divisions in his Greatest Hits
Noted Greek historian Plutarch, as vaguely quoted by infamous German philosopher and socio-financial activist Hans Gruber, said that when Alexander the Great saw the breadth of his domain he wept because there were no more worlds left to conquer.
Miguel Vazquez learns the importance of preparation in his Greatest Hits
You could reasonably assume Miguel Vazquez never did a stint in the Boy Scouts, judging by his Greatest Hits.
Deontay Wilder crushes with a conscience in his Greatest Hits
The words are as big as the man currently giving voice to them.
Julian Williams climbs a steep learning curve in his Greatest Hits
Julian Williams is as hard on himself as he is the other dude in the ring.
Fernando Guerrero gets mentally tough in his Greatest Hits
The mental game is every bit as important as the physical work that happens in the ring, and Fernando Guerrero (27-3-0, 19 KOs) knows it. It’s a lesson that will play out for him Friday when he takes on Caleb Truax (25-2-2, 15 KOs) at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT on Bounce TV from Full Sail Live in Winter Park, Florida.
Jermall Charlo gets it done quickly in his Greatest Hits
Other fighters have a nasty tendency to not stay around long when Jermall Charlo is in the ring. Of his last 15 fights, eight were over by the fifth round. Only one went the distance. It may be a sign for Cornelius Bundrage on Saturday, when the champion defends his world title against Charlo at Foxwoods Resort in Mashantucket, Connecticut (NBC, 4 p.m. ET/1 p.m. PT), to try to take the Texas native into the deepest of waters. Strap in and hang on, if you can.