Figueroa and Magsayo meet for interim WBC Title, Jarrett Hurd Returns on Showtime: Entire Card Preview
This weekend Showtime Championship Boxing will be delivering yet another intriguing card. All three matchups can go either way, and will give clarity to where each fighter stands in their respective decisions. The sport in 2023 is off to a great start, and this card should continue the positive momentum.
Dan Rafael reported earlier today on Twitter that Showtime would be adding three tripleheaders to its 2023 schedule. There is one card scheduled for April 8th, one for May 13th, and the other for June 24th. The April 8th card will take place at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson,
Simply the best fight we have seen so far, as Luis Nery vs. Azat Hovhannisyan delivered in more ways than one, and might not just be the best fight of the month, but the best fight of the year. After the fight, I said the following in my news column
The U.K. for the second month in a row will see the best fighter of the month of a bout in their country, as Mauricio Lara’s knockout of Leigh Wood was the most memorable performance, to me, and should put him in one of the top spots in the featherweight
The ESPN televised portion of the April 8th Top Rank Boxing card has been officially announced. The card will take place at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. Shakur Stevenson (19-0, 9 KOs) will be headlining at his hometown arena for the second straight outing, making his debut in
In a phone booth kind of a fight, power punching jr. welterweight Subriel Matias (19-1, 19 ko) dropped Jeremias Ponce (30-1, 20 ko) at the end of the fifth, causing his corner to stop the fight before the start of the sixth to win the vacant IBF title and ending
New York City- It wasn’t easy; it was actually pretty grueling. But Brooklyn legend Heather “The Heat” Hardy (24-2, 4 ko) found a way to gut out a majority decision against the sharp shooting Taynna Cardoso (5-2, 1 ko) in front of a packed Sony Hall in New York City.
Two-time Olympic gold medalist and multi-division world champion Guillermo Rigondeaux (20-3, 13 KOs) is back in action this weekend in Hialeah, Florida. He is the main event of a Warriors Boxing card that is promoted by Leon Margules. The 42-year-old Rigondeaux is fighting for the first time in over a
John “Scrappy” Ramirez (10-0, 8 KOs) is an intriguing super flyweight prospect from Los Angeles, California who is getting his first opportunity to headline a Golden Boy Promotions card tomorrow night on DAZN. The card will take place at the Fantasy Springs Casino in Indio, California. With great super flyweights
FOTY ALERT: Luis Nery and Azat Hovhannisyan Put On a Show, Mauricio Lara Stakes His Claim to Top Spot at 126
Luis Nery and Azat Hovhannisyan put on one of the more exciting and passionate performances that boxing has seen in some time, a fight with all the makings of a classic rivalry. Two genuine contenders at the top of their division taking each other on when there are more lucrative