Well, earlier today I quoted a joke from Steve Farhood on Chris Mannix’s SI Boxing podcast, and well the context of the joke went over my head. The post has now been deleted, well, because it is embarrassing posting that type of story and being credentialed media, but all I
Fighters competing on Saturday’s PPV undercard headlined by the heavyweight championship showdown between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury went face-to-face on Thursday at the final press conference before they enter the ring on SHOWTIME PPV® from STAPLES Center in an event presented by Premier Boxing Champions. The PPV undercard begins
Arnold Barboza Jr. is hungry for a 140-pound world title shot. The Los Angeles native, who has fought all but one of his 19 professional bouts in California, will head to Texas intent on staking his claim as one of the division’s top contenders. Barboza will face Manuel Lopez on Friday,
With Roman Gonzalez no longer fighting on December 8th’s final HBO telecast due to a knee injury, former world champion Juan Francisco Estrada has entered the mix. Estrada (37-3, 25 KO) will face Victor Mendez (28-3-2, 20 KO) as Gonzalez’s original opponent of Pedro Guevara, will now no longer have a dancing partner.
Blue-chip super featherweight prospect Gabriel Flores Jr. (10-0 5KOs) of Stockton, Ca will return December 14th in Corpus Christi, Texas on the undercard of the much anticipated rematch between WBO super middleweight champion Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez and Jesse Hart, which the entire card will be broadcast on ESPN+. Flores Jr.
In the lead-up to the pay-per-view clash between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury for the WBC heavyweight title, live at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Ca, Fury is going the extra mile in gamesmanship. Fury left the fighters hotel on Wednesday afternoon and walked around downtown Los Angeles only