Bernard Hopkins is a legend, a Hall-of-Famer, and one of the greatest boxers to ever live, let alone one of the five best middleweights ever, if not the best, that being said, his career spans for decades, and is not the easiest one to navigate or contextualize. Hopkins finished his
Roman ‘Chocolatito’ Gonzalez was 88-0 as an amateur, but that is really hard to verify, but nonetheless, Gonzalez was one of the best amateurs ever and more than likely the best Nicaraguan amateur ever. Chocolatito didn’t choose to go to the Olympics but rather turned professional at 18-years-old in 2005.
Andy “El Tiburon” Vences (22-0-1 14KOs) of San Jose, California is looking to make the third defense of his WBC Continental Americas super featherweight title on Saturday, June 15th at MGM Grand Garden Arena against Albert Bell (14-0 5KOs) of Toledo, Ohio, which will air at approximately 5:20 PM PST on ESPN2. Vences, a solid amateur who never could quite get
Who is Ruiz? Andy Ruiz Jr. looks more like your co-worker than a pro athlete, but the old adage ‘you can’t judge a book by its cover’ seems to be nearly ideal when thinking of Ruiz Jr.Andy Ruiz Jr., a 105-5 amateur losing only in the most inopportune times at
#AndTheNew Boxing, not unlike life, one setback, and things just seem different. Philadelphia’s Julian “J-Rock” Williams was viewed as one of the most promising 154 lbers in the world, but after a knockout loss to Jermall Charlo in 2016, it seemed as though his story might be one of “what-if”
Most young fighters think about ticket sales as it dominants the boxing industry and often gives young fighters the shot at a big opportunity, but for 20-year-old Devin Haney of Oakland, California, he had a different plan, to use the newly formed smartphone technology and apps that went with the