Cherry hangs tough, wins unanimous decision over Rhodes
Edner Cherry trained in Florida with world champion Keith Thurman as he prepared for his fight against Lydell Rhodes, and the experience seems to have been beneficial for both stablemates.
Recommitted Rhodes ready to resume winning ways against Cherry
Lydell Rhodes was frustrated after losing a unanimous decision to Sergey Lipinets in October, during which the “Hackman” fatigued during the later rounds and was penalized a point for holding.
Cherry, Rhodes look to get back on winning track on June 28
There are many ways to put together a thrilling boxing match. One that’s often overlooked: Match two talented fighters who are desperate to rebound from stinging defeats—and desperate to avoid losing back-to-back fights for the first time in their careers.
On Halloween Eve, Lydell ‘Hackman’ Rhodes plans to carve up Sergey Lipinets in battle of unbeatens
If you spot Lydell Rhodes out and about—say, at a restaurant or grocery store or pumping gas—you’ll see an ordinary dude. Throw him in the squared circle, though, and that’s when his alter ego manifests.
Lydell Rhodes’ two-part plan: beat Sergey Lipinets, then graduate from opening act to headliner
Lydell Rhodes was going about his business in a Las Vegas gym recently, training for his upcoming fight against Sergey Lipinets. Then in walked the gym’s owner—some dude named Floyd Mayweather Jr.—and after the two exchanged fist bumps, Rhodes took his training session to another level.
Fight like a champion: Connections with two all-time greats helping shape Lydell Rhodes’ career
Despite being undefeated through 24 fights, Lydell Rhodes doesn’t yet know what it feels like to be called a champion. But he certainly knows what it feels like to work in close proximity to one.
Unbeaten 140-pound prospect Lydell Rhodes hits the ground running in advance of upcoming bout
At the witching hour on October 10, Lydell Rhodes woke up and conjured a unique way to celebrate his 28th birthday: The Las Vegas-based boxer ran a mile for every year he’s been alive.
Veteran heavyweight contender Tony Thompson to headline October 30 card on Bounce TV
Deontay Wilder isn’t the only American heavyweight looking to solidify his position at the top of the division.